The largest freshwater lake in Florida is Lake Okeechobee. Experienced fishermen in the area can tell you that the most common fish there are crappie, bream, bass, and sunfish. What is not commonly known is that more than 250 different species of fish inhabit this lake. Lake Okeechobee is positioned roughly between Ft Myers and West Palm Beach, Florida.
From Miami to Vero Beach fishing vacationers flock to Okeechobee for the fishing and the beautiful serenity of the lake. When on vacation, whether fishing or not, it is always your best bet to stay in a timeshare. You can do it without having to listen to a sales presentation and you get all the benefits of being a timeshare owner. Plus at a fraction of the cost! Notable timeshares in the area include:
Florida’s Gulf Coast Beach Timeshare Resorts –