Osceola County consists of over 10 main communities, several smaller enclaves and hundreds of neighborhoods. Located geographically in the Central Southeast section of Central Florida is is bordered by Orange County to the North, Okeechobee County to the South, Brevard County to the East and Polk County to the West. It is home to portions of the Walt Disney World Resort area. The hospitality and agriculture industries are the two largest industries in the county.
The main roadways in Osceola County include The Florida Turnpike which runs North South through the entire county, Hwy 192 which runs East to West and I-4 which runs through its Northwestern corner in the tourist area.