Perched on Lake Okeechobee midway between West Palm Beach to the east and Fort Myers to the west, Clewiston is Florida's sweetest town. That's because of its sugarcane crop and Sugar Festival. Visitors come for sugar tours, to fish for bass in the nation's second-largest freshwater lake, and to hike or bike the lake's trail. In the center of town, don't miss the historic Clewiston Inn. Built in 1938 by the United States Sugar Company to host company executives and visiting dignitaries, the inn remains a rare treat, a true throwback to Old Florida. The inn is registered as a National Historic Site.