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Living In Kissimmee, FL

An Introduction to Kissimmee, FL

The City of Kissimmee is home to more than 50,000 residents. While this may seem like a small number, proximity to Orlando, lakes and major Florida attractions makes this city a great place to call home.


Kissimmee has a rich history that dates back to an establishment in the mid-1800s. Relics of the area's past are on display at the Osceola County Historical Society's Pioneer Village at Shingle Creek, which features exhibits, special events and holiday celebrations.


The city's past blends with the present in the historic district of Downtown Kissimmee, home to a variety of unique shops and restaurants that offer a taste of local flavor. Browse the farmers market and take in the views of the downtown lakefront and architecture. If you want to surround yourself with this district's charming atmosphere, search for Kissimmee apartments in the downtown area.


Kissimmee Apartments and Neighborhoods

Thanks to the abundance of lakes in the Kissimmee watershed, many area apartments offer the perk of placid water views. From the resort-style luxury of Metro West to the gated golfing community of Stoneybrook, apartment seekers can find the perfect housing options to match their style and meet their needs. When searching for the best places to live in Kissimmee, you should also check out these other popular neighborhoods:

  • Airport North: This appropriately named community is located just two miles north of the Orlando International Airport, making it an excellent location for professionals who travel for work.
  • Signal Hill: Situated between Rolling Hills Elementary School, Rosemont Elementary School and Rosemont Community Park, this community is perfect for young families.
  • The Oaks: This lakeside village is nestled within the Kissimmee Oaks Golf Club and combines privacy with easy access to some of the area's best shopping and dining.


Exploring a new city is part of the fun when moving to an apartment. Use ApartmentGuide.com for a quick and easy Kissimmee apartments search, so you don't miss out on any of the excitement.


Free Things to Do in Kissimmee

Whether you want to stroll the Disney-designed streets of Celebration Town Center, learn about the town's beginning at the Osceola County Welcome Center and History Museum, or dance to the live music at one of Old Town's classic car cruises, the Kissimmee area offers an impressive array of no-cost activities for you to enjoy.


For Kissimmee Families with Kids
Kissimmee is home to some of the Sunshine State's most exciting family activities. Float high above the city when you book a hot air balloon ride through Soaring Sports, or skim over the area's everglade swamps with an airboat tour courtesy of Wicked Airboat Rides. And, if you happen to live in apartments near the Gateway Airport, you might want to stop in to explore the Kissimmee Air Museum.

Located in the School District of Osceola County, Kissimmee is home to a diverse blend of public, private and charter schools, with Celebration School, Neptune Middle School and Osceola County School of Arts routinely listed among the area's top schools.


Outdoor Recreation in Kissimmee

Lake Tohopekaliga, also known as Lake Toho, is a popular outdoor destination for Kissimmee residents. This large freshwater lake provides excellent opportunities for bass fishing, boating and watersports. Renters on the north side of the lake live close to Big Toho Marina, which is a great place to grab a bite to eat or find a fishing guide for your day on the water.


Pet-friendly Places in Kissimmee
With more than 50 dog-friendly restaurants and a variety of local dog parks such as KUA Cumbie Canine Court and Partin Triangle Dog Park, Central Florida makes it easy for its four-legged residents to get in on the fun.


Kissimmee Shopping

Shopping is a popular Kissimmee pastime, and living in an apartment on the west side of town will put you near some of the best shopping opportunities in the city. Osceola Mall offers all the shops you're accustomed to seeing at major retail shopping centers, while the Kissimmee Manufacturers Outlet offers deep discounts that appeal to bargain hunters.


Best Beaches near Kissimmee

If you're looking for an alternative to the nearby theme parks and attractions of Orlando, you're only an hour from the sand and surf of Cocoa Beach, Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach.

Florida's Gulf Coast is also just a short distance away, with cities like Tampa and St. Petersburg located an hour to the west.

Frequently Asked Questions About Kissimmee

What is the average rent in Kissimmee?

The average rent of a studio apartment in Kissimmee is $1,085 per month. For a one-bedroom apartment it's $1,605 per month. For a two-bedroom apartment the average rent is $1,992 per month.

What is the average cost of rent for a one-bedroom in Kissimmee?

The average rent of a one-bedroom apartment in Kissimmee is $1,605

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