Seminole County

Seminole county was recently named Orlando North and appropriately so. Seminole county is part of metro Orlando located in the northern section between Orange county and Volusia county.

Seminole county is smaller than Orange County with about 500,000 residents. It covers different sides of Central Florida and is about 345 square miles in size.Seminole county became an official county in 1913 named after the Seminole Indians that once lived there.

Seminole county does bring a lot of natural resources with 2,000 spring fed lakes and rivers. As such, it fits the motto Florida’s Natural Choice. The most notable natural resource is the Wekiva River State Park where resident can

Seminole County residents can also enjoy the many walking and biking trails such as Seminole Wekiva Trail andthe Cross Seminole Trail. The Central Florida zoo is located in Sanford, adding to the many things that one can experience.

Seminole county also has a large technology corporate corridor. Year after year, Lake Mary, Florida has been named one of the top ten suburbs in the nation for quality of life. Seminole county has a long reputation of quality schools, particularly the schools in Oviedo. Sanford and Longwood both have historic districts. Altamonte Springs is known for all its shopping, restaurants, and Cranes Roost park. Seminole County even has its own Sanford International Airport.All these extras are found in Seminole’s seven cities and towns.

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