When you stay in Seminole County, you'll enjoy a relaxing, natural setting that's just minutes from Orlando's top attractions. Miles of scenic rivers and acres of beautiful parks offer some of Florida's best natural attractions. You'll also go wild for hotel rates that are about one-third less than Orlando resorts.

Altamonte Springs
Visit Altamonte Mall for more than 180 specialty shops, department stores and restaurants. Another must-see is Crane's Roost Park, where you can enjoy outdoor concerts, art shows and festivals. Or explore extensive nature trails atLake Lotus Nature Park, which also has a fishing pier.

Visit the Ed Yarborough Nature Center for displays of native flora, fauna and butterflies; the Lake Proctor Wilderness Area for miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails; or the Little Big Econ State Forest, a favorite of outdoor enthusiasts for mountain bike riding, fishing, canoeing and more.

Lake Mary
From one of Florida's best golf courses at the Timacuan Golf and Country Clubto miles of pristine nature and wildlife along the Cross Seminole Trail and theFlorida National Scenic Trail, Lake Mary offers some of the most scenic areas of Seminole County.

A gem of a City nestled along the St. John's River with the Orlando Sanford International Airport and Amtrak Auto Train just minutes from its Historic Downtown. Get a glimpse of life in Seminole County during the late 1800s, while enjoying shopping, dining and attractions.

Winter Springs
Explore trendy shops and cuisines at the Winter Springs Town Center, or discover the city's natural beauty on a hike or bike ride on the Cross Seminole Trail. Visit in January for the annual Scottish Highland Games, featuring competitions in athletics, highland dancing, piping, drumming and more.