A paradise surrounded by history and nature!
The community of Labelle, also in Hendry County, was founded originally in a territory purchased by Joe B. Hendry and Henry Ford in the 1940’s. After that, subdivisions were developed and, since the 1970’s, rapidly became the home of many families that were the pioneer settlers of this beautiful portion of Florida. Today these families are part of a prosperous community in a peaceful and quiet place, an example of the conservation of the state’s natural richness.
The city of LaBelle is located in a region of exuberant nature, immersed in an oak forest that gives it a landscape-like character and to this day provides shade for its streets and land parcels. The oak tree continues to be a symbol of the vegetation of this area and is part of almost all the developments that have been carried out here. Port LaBelle’s superb location could not be better for nature and boating enthusiasts, since it is very close to the Caloosahatchee River and the intersection of two important highways, SR 29 and SR 80, which connect it to the booming city of Fort Myers, only 26 miles away from this lovely place.
The city of Labelle, the main urban conglomerate of the region, maintains an important historic center, home to buildings from the end of the 19th and start of the 20th century. These buildings are being preserved since they are considered part of the architectural heritage of the state of Florida. The historic center gives an antique atmosphere to the city that blends with the modern urban developments.
What makes Hendry County famous?
Hendry County is the center of citrus production in Florida, as well as sugar cultivation and vegetable farming. Close to 75% of the county’s land is designated for agriculture. Several agricultural festivals draw thousands of visitors to the region, especially the Hendry County’s Swamp Cabbage Festival, which is attended annually by close to 25,000 visitors, plus the thousands of locals, who all share their love for agricultural activities and the richness of nature in this area.
The surroundings of LaBelle and Hendry County:
Hendry County is located between the southern border of Lake Okeechobee and the northern border of Everglades Park. LaBelle is located in the northeastern section of the county, on SR 80, the main road that connects this city with nearby Fort Myers and the eastern part of the state.
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