Orange County is home to Orlando, Disney World, and Sea World. There are hundreds of attractions for tourists and Florida residents to enjoy year round.
Popular destinations around Orange County and Orlando are the Wet n’ Wild water park, Orlando Premium outlet mall, The Mall at Millenia, Orlando’s Museum of Art and Sciences, Medieval Times Dinner Theater and Tournament, and live entertainment including the Blue Man Group and Cirque du Soleil.
The Orange County Convention Center hosts dozens of events annually.
Orange County Table of Contents
A branch of the National organization Society of Women Engineers, the Central Florida section is a networking group that brings awareness of engineering opportunities and career advancement to women in the area. The Central Florida branch of Women Engineers covers Orange County, Osceola County, Seminole County, and the surrounding areas.
Orange County Map
This map of Orange County, FL show the city of Orlando, Lake Buena Vista, the Orlando International Airport, and the Beeline Expressway, which runs east to Coco Beach.
It is a large county spread over 1,004 square miles with more than 1 million residents. Orange County has numerous universities and colleges including the University of Central Florida, Rollins College, and Full Sail University (Digital Media.)
Orange County’s largest cities are Orlando, Apopka, and Ocoee. The county seat is Orlando. Orange County is a charter county and is self-governing. The median age in Orange County is 32.
Orange County is located in east-central Florida and is surrounded by 4 counties:
- Lake County is located to the West and North
- Seminole County is located to the North
- Brevard County is located to the East
- Osceola County is located to the South
Area Codes and Zip Codes for Orange County
The area code for Orange County, FL is 407.
Cities in Orange County Florida
Orange County has 13 incorporated cities.
- Bay Lake
- Belle Isle
- Lake Buena Vista
- Winter Garden
- Winter Park