Orlando North Seminole County Tourism
In the heart of Central Florida, Seminole County is quickly becoming a favorite destination. Whether you're looking for a newer hotel, at a better rate, the enjoyment of the natural wonders of a true Florida vacation, fine dining, miles of crystal clear rivers and wilderness trails, superb golf courses or simply to relax your mind and soul in our charming historic villages - it's easy to see why Seminole County is Florida's Natural Choice.Located between the theme parks of Central Florida and the beautiful Treasure Coast beaches, access to Seminole County is a breeze. Whether visitors fly into hassle-free Sanford-Orlando International Airport or Orlando International, or arrive by Amtrak or by vehicle on I-4, the excitement is only a short hop away.Visitors find many of the same flagship hotels and amenities as in Orlando, but often for a significantly lower rate. In addition to the excellent hotels that our guests currently enjoy, Seminole County has recently opened new hotels including a Hyatt Place, Residence Inn and a Westin.Seminole County boasts 2,000 freshwater lakes and clear running rivers that create an abundance of outdoor activities. From kayaking to fishing, boating and hiking, the Wekiva River, Wekiva Springs State Park and other areas have become popular attractions. Showing a wilder side, flat-bottom airboats propel riders on an exhilarating trip in search of alligators and wildlife. A great new attraction located at the Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens is ZOOm Air Adventures - an aerial adventure course that allows visitors to explore the tree tops from an animal's perspective. ZOOm Air is completely environmentally friendly and goes well beyond the usual zip line courses. Alternatively, the area hosts several golf courses, great antique shopping and charming villages with restaurants and nightlife for every taste.Surrounded by the beauty of natural Florida, Seminole County offers the classic Florida experience.