The Arcadia Opera House, built in 1906, is a museum and enormous antique shop. It houses an amazing collection of historical items and the theater is in near original condition. Several paranormal investigations have taken place there and the Opera House is a well know haunted location.
Our mission is to provide a permanent loving home to unwanted exotic pets, non-releaseable wildlife, and endangered species. We are also a rehab facility for injured and orphaned native wildlife. Lions, Tigers and Bears Inc. believes that education about animals and their connection to the environment are the keys to conservation and the future of the world.
Fishermen's Village stands on the site of the Maud Street City Docks which were built in 1928-29 to replace the old King Street pier. The King Street pier was home to the fish packing houses, or plants, that were integral to the fishing industry of the area. The old docks gave way to the Barron Collier bridge which was later replaced by the present bridge known as northbound Route 41.
Family-friendly complex with a retail shop, steak-&-seafood eatery, nature park & rides for kids.
Waterfront park providing paved trails, up-close views of manatees, an amphitheater & kayak rentals.
Canoe Outpost-Peace River was first called Canoe Outpost of Arcadia when founded in 1969 by Tex and Donna Stout. Charlotte Bragg took over in 1978 and the company was called Peace River Canoe Outpost. Becky Bragg became owner and president in 2001 and incorporated under the name Canoe Outpost-Peace River which had been the marketing name for years. Becky, her son, brother, and nephew still own and run the business today. Canoe Outpost-Peace River is a member of the marketing family called Canoe Outpost.