Women Hiking

Lots of paths worth traveling.
Seminole County is home to 60 miles of picturesque trails perfect for hiking, biking and enjoying the sights and sounds of nature. The Great Florida Birding Trail runs across several Seminole County w

 
ilderness areas, giving you the chance to experience some of the world's
 
 most enchanting birds. Discover some the most scenic areas of the county on the Florida National Scenic Trail, a 1,300-mile trail that runs from the panhandle to the Everglades.



 
Kayaking in Seminole CountyWhen you’re looking for things to do in Seminole County, look no further than cruising scenic rivers instead of highways, hike wilderness trailsinstead of sidewalks and shuttle between holes on th e golf course. Whether you’ve got ten minutes to decompress between meetings or a couple of days to go fishing, there’s more than you bargained for here in the natural wonderland of Seminole County. From pristine waterways and wildlife, to superb shopping and dining, to fascinating arts and culture, you’ll find endless ways to relax and play while looking for things to do in Seminole Florida.

 

 

Seminole County
is a county in the U.S. state of Florida. Located between Orange County to the south and Volusia County to the north, it is part of the Greater Orlando metropolitan area. Its county seat and largest city is Sanford. As of the 2010 Census, Seminole County's population was 422,718, a 15.75% increase from 2000

The government currently operates under a County Charter originally adopted in 1989 and amended in November, 1994. Policymaking and the legislative authority are vested in the Board of County Commissioners, a five-member board elected to four-year terms in partisan, countywide elections and from single member districts. The Board adopts the County budget, levies property taxes and other fees, and hires the County Manager and County Attorney. In addition to the Board there are five Constitutional Officers who are elected to partisan, four-year terms in accordance with the constitution of the State of Florida.