Counties in Florida that I have Visited

There are 67 counties in Florida
The Sunshine State

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Florida County Outline Map

Florida, courtesy of: Mob Rule

I have visited 37 Counties = 55.2% of Counties in Florida

Dry Tortugas

Dry Tortugas National Park
Monroe County, Florida

State Capitol in Tallahassee
State Highpoint at Britton Hill

Interesting Florida county trivia

Counties in Florida

Below are the 67 counties in Florida. Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it. Those counties that I have visited are in Red. If I have a photograph or other item associated with a county somewhere else on my website, there will also be a link.
  1. Alachua: Where's Waldo?; Lost Rivers
  2. Baker
  3. Bay
  4. Bradford
  5. Brevard
  6. Broward: South Florida Lighthouses; Sports Facilities I Never Imagined; Sunrise; Venice of Whatever
  7. Calhoun
  8. Charlotte: Rotonda West; Corona's Corona
  9. Citrus
  10. Clay: Sesame & Hemp
  11. Collier: Big Cyprus National Preserves; Ochopee Post Office
  12. Columbia
  13. De Soto
  14. Dixie
  15. Duval: Low Clearance
  16. Escambia: Adjacent Counties, Same Name, Different States; Pensacola Time Zone Anomaly; Westernmost Spot in Florida
  17. Flagler: Move the Road
  18. Franklin: Last Place in the U.S.
  19. Gadsden
  20. Gilchrist: Cut the Corner
  21. Glades: Lake Okeechobee's Five Counties
  22. Gulf: Florida Time Zone Anomaly
  23. Hamilton
  24. Hardee
  25. Hendry: Lake Okeechobee's Five Counties
  26. Hernando: Public Street
  27. Highlands: Archbold Biological Station
  28. Hillsborough Florida Highlands?:
  29. Holmes
  30. Indian River: David and Goliath
  31. Jackson
  32. Jefferson: First Name, Surname Symmetry; Presidential Places
  33. Lafayette
  34. Lake: Gary Coleman on the Grassy Knoll
  35. Lee
  36. Leon: Beer Can Pond; Natural Bridges
  37. Levy
  38. Liberty: Smallest county population in Florida (7,021 people in 2000 Census).
  39. Madison
  40. Manatee
  41. Marion: Residential Airparks
  42. Martin: Lake Okeechobee's Five Counties
  43. Miami-Dade: Largest county population in Florida (2,253,362 people in 2000 Census); Moorish Revival; Panther Crossing; Versace Mansion
  44. Monroe: Florida's Southern Keys, Part I, Florida's Southern Keys, Part II, Practically Insignificant; Dry Tortugas Ferry, Dry Tortugas Lighthouses, Fort Thomas Jefferson, Fort Zachary Taylor; Key West Lighthouses, South Florida Lighthouses
  45. Nassau: Saint Marys River
  46. Okaloosa
  47. Okeechobee: Lake Okeechobee's Five Counties
  48. Orange: Cheesy Orlando; Gargantuan Garages; I Went Backstage at Disney World; My First Helicopter Ride; Fort Christmas
  49. Osceola: Just Keep Turning; New Urbanism Viewed through Maps; NOT as the Crow Flies; Worst Commutes in the USA; Yeehaw Junction
  50. Palm Beach: Largest county in Florida (2,386 square miles); High Point; Lake Okeechobee's Five Counties; Ultralineamentum (Jupiter); Directional Upstart Eclipses Namesake
  51. Pasco: For Aficionados of Counties
  52. Pinellas
  53. Polk: Spook Hill; Worst Commutes in the USA
  54. Putnam
  55. Santa Rosa
  56. Sarasota
  57. Seminole: Penciling-In Reagan
  58. St. Johns: Castillo de San Marcos; Saint Augustine Lighthouse; On the Feast Day
  59. St. Lucie
  60. Sumter
  61. Suwannee
  62. Taylor
  63. Union: Smallest county in Florida (240 square miles).
  64. Volusia
  65. Wakulla
  66. Walton: New Urbanism Viewed through Maps; Britton Hill
  67. Washington

Quick facts about Florida


(1) U.S. Census Bureau FedStats - MapStats: 2000 Land Area; United States.
(2) U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder: 2005 Population Estimates; Table GCT-T1.