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  1. Clearwater

  2. Largo (Florida)
  3. Dunedin (Florida)

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  4. Ozona (Florida)
  5. Safety Harbor

    Safety Harbor is a city in Pinellas County, West Central Florida.

  6. Palm Harbor
  7. Seminole (Florida)
  8. Pinellas Park
  9. Crystal Beach

  10. Tarpon Springs

    Tarpon Springs is a city in Pinellas County, Florida. It is known for its implication in the sponge diving industry and its strong Greek presence.

  11. Saint Petersburg (Florida)

    Saint Petersburg is located at the base of the Tampa Bay peninsula in Pinellas County, Florida, and enjoys a more subdued social atmosphere than its larger cousin, Tampa. The city has tried to characterize the downtown as an arts and entertainments destination and you will find no shortage of arts and crafts stores, galleries, & museums along with cafes and boutique food shops all within a couple blocks of the Tampa Bay waterfront.

  12. St. Pete Beach

    St. Pete Beach is a city near Saint Petersburg in Tampa Bay in the state of Florida.

  13. New Port Richey
  14. Port Richey

    Port Richey [c] is a city in Pasco County in West Central Florida.

  15. Tampa

    The city of Tampa is the county seat of Hillsborough County and the largest city in West Central Florida.

  16. Anna Maria Island

    Anna Maria Island is a barrier island in Southwest Florida. It contains the cities of Anna Maria, Holmes Beach, and Bradenton Beach.

  17. Brandon (Florida)

    Brandon is a commuter city to the east of Tampa in West Central Florida, near the junction of Interstate 4 and Interstate 75.

  18. Bradenton

    Bradenton is a city in Southwest Florida. It is situated on the Gulf coast.

  19. Plant City

    Plant City is in Central Florida. Incorporated in 1885, Plant City is known as the "Winter Strawberry Capital of the World" because over three-quarters of the nation's midwinter strawberries come from Plant City.

  20. Zephyrhills
  21. Sarasota

    Sarasota is a popular city on the Gulf Coast of Southwest Florida. It is known for its vibrant arts community, excellent restaurants, unique shopping, and beautiful beaches.

  22. Siesta Key

    Siesta Key is a barrier island in Southwest Florida, and has one of the most beautiful beaches in North America and possibly the world. The beach is a fine white powder that is never too hot to enjoy a walk.

  23. Mulberry (Florida)

    Mulberry is a small city of roughly 3,000 residents in southwestern Polk County, Florida.

  24. Lakeland
  25. Citrus County
  26. Crystal River
  27. Bartow (Florida)

    thumb|300px|Old courthouse, now home to Polk County Historical Museum and Polk County Historical & Genealogical Library.

  28. Polk City

    Polk City is a small town in Polk County, Florida. It is home to Fantasy of Flight and located on the southern edge of the Green Swamp.

  29. Auburndale
  30. Fort Meade
  31. Bowling Green (Florida)
  32. Winter Haven

    Winter Haven is the second largest city in Polk County, Florida. The city was formerly an agricultural center, but over the past 1-2 decades has transformed into a largely residential and manufacturing city.

  33. Wauchula
  34. Lake Alfred
  35. Englewood (Florida)
  36. Polk County (Florida)

    thumb|250px|The Singing Tower at Bok Tower Gardens, [[Lake Wales.]]

  37. Zolfo Springs
  38. Dundee (Florida)

    Dundee is a small town of roughly 3,000 people located in east-central Polk County, Florida.

  39. Haines City
  40. Cedar Key

    Cedar Key is an island town on the Nature Coast of North Central Florida.

  41. Clermont

    Clermont is a city in Lake County, Florida, just over 20 miles (32 km) west of Orlando. While the city is small and primarily residential, it is home to a handful of landmarks and offbeat attractions that make it a stop worth considering when in the area.

  42. Florida
  43. Arcadia (Florida)
  44. Davenport (Florida)

    Davenport is a small town of about 2,000 people in the North eastern section of Polk County, in Central Florida, near Lake Tohopekaliga and Lake Marion. Its close proximity to Walt Disney World makes it a very popular destination for tourists wanting to visit the famous theme park.

  45. Lake Wales

    Lake Wales is a small city located in eastern Polk County, Florida. The city is in the middle of a long, narrow region known as the Lake Wales Ridge.

  46. Port Charlotte

    Port Charlotte is a city in Southwest Florida located roughly 30 miles north of Fort Myers and 40 miles south of Sarasota on the gulf coast of Florida. Port Charlotte boasts a growing population of 46,451 (2000 census).

  47. Walt Disney World/Animal Kingdom

    thumb|right|300px|Another train ascends the Forbidden Mountain on an expedition to Everest.

  48. The Villages

    The Villages is an active retirement community located in sunny Central Florida. With about 115,000 residents as of 2015, it is still growing and new homes are being built across three Florida counties: Lake, Sumter and Marion.

  49. Frostproof

    Frostproof is a small town (pop. 3000) in southeastern Polk County, Florida.

  50. Punta Gorda (Florida)
  51. Walt Disney World/Magic Kingdom

    At the Magic Kingdom, you can pillage the Caribbean with Jack Sparrow, spin through a tea party with the Mad Hatter, protect the galaxy with Buzz Lightyear, and visit the six themed lands of the world's most popular theme park.

  52. Walt Disney World/Hollywood Studios

    At Disney's Hollywood Studios, you can help Indiana Jones escape from the Nazis, take a wild limousine ride through Los Angeles, play midway games with the Toy Story gang, and immerse yourself in iconic scenes from Hollywood's past and present.

  53. Walt Disney World

    At the Walt Disney World Resort, you can explore human innovation and cooperation; enjoy rides both thrilling and enchanting; relax and recuperate on the beach or the golf course; and discover an entire resort where children and adults can have fun—together.

  54. Walt Disney World/Epcot

    At Epcot, you can visit Mexico, France, and China, all in the same afternoon; survive crash tests in an experimental car; soar around the world with the wind in your hair; and learn all about human achievement and international cooperation.

  55. Celebration

    Celebration is a census-designated place and an unincorporated community in Osceola County, Florida. It was developed by The Walt Disney Company.

  56. Lake Buena Vista

    Lake Buena Vista is a municipality in Orange County, East Central Florida. It is home to Disney Springs, Typhoon Lagoon, the headquarters of the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), Reedy Creek Improvement District, and most notably the headquarters of the Walt Disney World Resort.

  57. Walt Disney World/Disney Springs

    This article is about the Disney Springs complex at Walt Disney World. For the Downtown Disney district at Disneyland, see Disneyland#Downtown Disney.

  58. Avon Park
  59. Winter Garden

    Winter Garden is a small town Orange County, Florida, located just west of Orlando. It is a quickly expanding community that is becoming a hub for shopping and is also home to the West Orange Trail.

  60. Ocala

    Ocala is a city in North Central Florida]. Here, rolling green pastures lead to crystal springs, gentle rivers and unspoiled lakes, and hundreds of horse farms gallop with thoroughbred natural charm and beauty.

  61. Universal Orlando

    Universal Orlando Resort, located in Orlando, Florida, is a theme park resort containing two action packed theme parks, an entertainment district with non-stop nightlife and extraordinary restaurants, a waterpark, and three (soon to be four) world class Loews hotels. Many visitors describe it as a place of fun, action, magic, excitement, humor, wonder, fantasy and attention to detail.

  62. Mount Dora

    Mount Dora is a city in Lake County, Florida. It is a charming town consisting of 1,400 named lakes.

  63. Sebring
  64. Kissimmee

    Kissimmee is a city in Osceola County. Kissimmee (pronounced /kiˈsimi/, accent on second syllable) is a popular Central Florida tourist destination because of its sunny weather, spring training baseball for major league clubs, and close proximity to Disney World.

  65. Orlando
  66. Orlando International Airport

    Orlando International Airport () is primary airport serving the Orlando metropolitan area, which is also served by Orlando-Sanford International Airport () some 34 mi (55 km) to the north in Sanford. Orlando International Airport is the second-busiest airport in the state of Florida, after Miami International Airport (), and the largest airport serving Central Florida.

  67. Maitland (Florida)
  68. Lake Placid (Florida)
  69. Winter Park (Florida)
  70. Altamonte Springs

    Altamonte Springs is a northern suburb of Orlando in Seminole County, Florida.