Incorporated in 1887, Kissimmee is the County seat of Osceola County. Although much has changed over several decades, this friendly, down-to-earth community is still best known for Kissimmeeits bi-annual Silver Spurs Rodeo and its genuine cowboy vibe. A charming, distinctive area that’s part of one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations and just south of Orlando, Kissimmee deserves your exploration. The area’s authentic small-town charm evolves into theme park thrills, outdoor adventures, challenging golf, and tranquil beach landscapes.

Despite tremendous growth, Kissimmee remains a sporting paradise with numerous lakes like Lake Toho which is known for excellent bass fishing, picnic areas, covered pavilions and campgrounds. Hunters can enjoy the wide-open Osceola plan, home to wild turkey, white-tailed deer and fox squirrels. For more information, visit www.kissimmee.org.