About Davie, FL
Just outside of the Miami metro area is a little piece of small town America. With a population hovering around 100,000, it’s the most populous municipality labeled a “town” in Florida, but still has that local community vibe to it given it’s relatively large size. Here, people still own horses, herd cattle, and like to think of themselves as a western town. Some urban development has stemmed a little of that spirit, but if you talk to any locals you’ll see it still alive to this day in their mannerisms and folksy ways.