Bring binoculars and a sharp
set of ears.
Experience some of the world’s most enchanting birds on the Great Florida Birding Trail across multiple Seminole wilderness areas.
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Seminole County is served by three major Florida highways, I-75 on the west side of the state, I-95 on the east side of the state and I-4, which crosses between them. Below are directions that will bring you into the general vicinity of Seminole County from various parts of Florida. For detailed directions to the actual city you’ll be staying in, we advise using Google maps driving directions.
From Tampa/St. Petersburg:Take I-275 N
Follow signs for I-275 N/I-4 and merge onto I-275 N
Take exit 45B to merge onto I-4 E
From Jacksonville: Take US-1 S/US-90 E/Main St N
Continue to follow US-1 S/US-90 E
Take the exit onto I-95 S
Take exit 260B to merge onto I-4 W
From Miami:Take I-95 N. Continue until you reach exit 12A-12B.
Take exit 12A-12B for FL-826 W/Florida Tumpike/FL-826 E/I-95 N.
Take exit 12 A on the left for Florida Turnpike toward FL-826 W
Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Turnpike and merge onto Florida's Turnpike/Ronald Reagan Turnpike.
Take exit 259 to merge onto I-4 E
Flying in?Orlando/Sanford International Airport puts you right in Seminole County. Simply follow the signs as you leave the airport for your city of choice.
If you’re flying into Orlando International Airport, to reach Seminole County’s eastern cities such as Sanford, take FL-528 E to FL-417 N. To reach the county’s more central and western cities such as Altamonte Springs, take FL-408 W, then merge onto I -4 E, then take FL-436.
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