Punta Rassa, Florida

In the 1800s, this area was used for cattle shipping, where Florida cattle would be sent off to Cuba. It was one of the homes for the "King of the Cracker Cowboys," Jake Summerlin, who was one of the wealthiest cattle barons in Florida. By the 1880s, it became known as a great sport fishing location, and was often visited by the prized tarpon fish.