Osceola County is located in Florida just south of the Orlando area. It has a population of roughly 276,000, and the county seat is Kissimmee which is located at the northern tip of the county.

The county was established in 1887. It was created from the Brevard and Orange counties, and was later split into a smaller area. Since that time, the boundaries have held a diverse and vibrant community, and houses a large Puerto Rican population.

Osceola County boasts a perfect proximity to many of the attractions that bring millions of visitors to the state every year. Its economy is boosted by the theme parks which lay within miles of the county’s borders. This closeness brings many visitors who want to visit the Orlando area, but but also find accommodations outside of the big city, and also provides a perfect retreat for commuters who work in the city, but prefer a quieter lifestyle while at home.

In addition, Osceola County is divided by Florida’s Turnpike and US 192, which make it easy to access the coast or the southern and northern parts of the state. The county also houses several universities and colleges. Johnson University Florida, and Florida Technical college are just two of the centers for higher learning that draw young adults from across the country.

The beauty of the country is unparalleled, with green, rolling hills, lush vegetation, and many lakes dotting the countryside. Quiet country lanes are abundant, and they lead up to homes that are surrounded by trees and the gentle bustle of nature, making this county one of a kind.