Orange County consists of over 30 communities and enclaves and thousands of unique neighborhoods. Located geographically in the Central East of Central Florida, Orange County is bordered by Seminole County to the North, Osceola County to the South, Brevard County to the East and Lake County to the West.
Orange County is most notably known as the theme park capital of the world as it is home to Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Florida and Sea World Orlando. However, it is not all just theme parks, Orange County is also home to one of the largest universities in the country, UCF - The University of Central Florida. Darden Restaurants (owner of Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse, Yard House, The Capital Grille among others), Tupperware, Miller's Ale House, Red Lobster and Planet Hollywood all have made their corporate headquarters in Orange County.
The main roadways in Orange County include I-4 which runs North to Northwest through the county, The 429 and the 417 expressways which form a loop around the Orlando metro area and Hwy 50, the 408 expressway and Hwy 528 all which run East-West through the county.