Has been ranked among the best places to live in Florida. It stretches from Oviedo to Longwood and is just north of Casselberry. Located in Seminole County and part of the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford Metro area, Winter Springs is known for being a high quality place to live for both professionals and families with its’ more natural suburban communities and the city’s focus on keeping it beautiful.
Winter Springs is a family community with high rated schools and parks, several churches and a couple synagogues. With a current population estimate of 37,639, the city keeps its community spirit alive focusing on family activities and the natural beauty of the area. The cost of living is higher than the average across the country but lower than some of the surrounding communities in Seminole County.
Winter Springs is part of Seminole County whose slogan is “Florida’s Natural Choice” and it really is full of nature, outdoor activities, parks and recreation, 12 park sites managed by the City of Winter Springs offer playgrounds, sporting facilities and hiking and biking trails, a dog park and more, making Winter Springs a great place to live if you love getting outdoors and enjoying nature.
Winter Springs is part of the Seminole County school system which is highly rated in Florida. Within the city is Winter Springs Highschool, Indian Trails Middle School and several Public Elementary Schools as well as private and special education schools. There are no large colleges directly in Winter Springs, but it is part of the University of Central Florida community, the largest public university in the country, situated only 15 – 20 minutes from the main campus, Full Sail University is another nearby college that is popular among locals.
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