A small town in Florida's Big Bend region, Steinhatchee is known for its Spanish moss, the egrets who seem in nearly permanent residence, and the abundant fishing opportunities. In addition, miles and miles of tranquil country roads and bike trails await the relaxation-driven visitor. Steinhatchee combines the ambience of the 19th century with the conveniences of the 21st century. Victorian waterfront homes line the shores, and footpaths and gardens decorate the surroundings. Steinhatchee is often referred to as "The Best Kept Secret in Florida."