Celery and the Saint Johns River Oviedo, Sanford, and DeBary Topo Map

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Barely over the county line north of Orange County, enter Seminole County near Oviedo. You’re still in Greater Orlando with its ever-devouring growth, but this is also lake and river country, with some remaining greenspace for the angler, canoeist, and wildlife observer. Sanford is slipping out of its small-town role and is increasingly perceived as part of Greater Orlando because so many Orlando-bound travelers arrive here at the international airport or at Amtrak’s Auto Train terminus. Many plunge on south to the theme parks, missing out on the treasures that Sanford itself has to offer. Boats with a draft of up to 8 feet can still sail from the Atlantic Ocean all the way to Sanford on the St. Johns River. The city remains an important port, just as it was in the steamboat days when the river was central Florida’s chief “highway.”
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Oviedo, Florida

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