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Minutes away from the action in Orlando, Kissimmee offers a more relaxed pace of life.

  • Tourism
  • Suburb
  • Commuter
  • Amtrak
  • Rail Service
  • Public Transportation

Perched at the edge of Florida’s most famous tourist destinations, Kissimmee delivers the resort experience regardless of whether you’re staying for a weekend or a lifetime. The affordable rental rates have made Kissimmee especially popular among folks who work at the famous theme parks in nearby Orlando.

One thing you will never have to worry about while living in Kissimmee is not being able to find fun activities to keep you busy. Kissimmee is located just minutes from some of Central Florida's most famous attractions: Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios and LegoLand are all open year round for your enjoyment. Most parks and attractions offer special rates for Florida residents, especially if you are purchasing annual passes. Kissimmee is also located about an hour away from some of Florida's most pristine and award-winning beaches, including Daytona Beach and the Tampa Bay area's Clearwater and St. Petersburg Beaches.

If it's dining, clubs, and live shows you have on your radar, Kissimmee/Orlando has everything you are looking for and more. Downtown Disney offers a variety of dining and shopping options along with a permanent Cirque du Soleil show, La Nouba. Downtown Disney is also home to the legendary House of Blues restaurant and concert venue, a popular stop for national touring acts.

Explore the City

Lighthouse at Lake Tohopekaliga

Fireworks display over the water

A topical oasis in Kissimmee

Relax beneath the palm trees in Kissimmee

Rent Trends

As of October 2018, the average apartment rent in Kissimmee, FL is $822 for a studio, $1,123 for one bedroom, $1,316 for two bedrooms, and $1,526 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Kissimmee has increased by 5.1% in the past year.

Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent
Studio 425 $822
1 BR 746 $1,123
2 BR 1,034 $1,316
3 BR 1,233 $1,526


40 Walk Score® Car-Dependent
27 Transit Score® Some Transit
52 Bike Score® Bikeable

Living in Kissimmee

  • History

    First incorporated as a city in 1883, Kissimmee was established just in time to take advantage of major railroad expansion in Florida, which boosted the community’s growth considerably. It remained largely an agricultural area until the arrival of Walt Disney World in neighboring Orlando in in 1971; tourism in the region exploded after that, and Kissimmee experienced an economic transformation. The city remains a major player in the Central Florida tourism industry, with scores of guests from across the world passing through every year.

  • Cost

    The cost of living in Kissimmee is considerably lower than the state average, and rental rates tend to be fairly affordable. Single-bedroom apartments and condos are readily available for under $1000 per month, while large rental houses sometimes top $2,000 monthly.

  • Parks

    While theme parks and amusement parks are the signature attractions of Kissimmee, the city does maintain a healthy network of more traditional parks. Several public sports facilities such as Denn John Community Park provide excellent recreation grounds for the locals, and wooded nature preserves like Shingle Creek Park serve as tranquil retreats for quiet contemplation. Osceola Heritage Park features the popular concert venue Silver Spurs Arena as well as Osceola County Stadium, which hosts spring training games and other sporting events throughout the year.

  • Transportation

    With an economy based so heavily on tourism, Kissimmee has transportation down to a science. Highways 441 and 192 are the main arteries through the city, with direct access to the Florida Turnpike on the east side. Amtrak also serves the city with its Silver Meteor and Silver Star lines.

  • Shopping

    If you enjoy shopping until you drop, Kissimmee is the location of your dreams. The small town is seriously close to big time shopping. From quaint boutiques to discount outlets galore and major malls, Kissimmee has everything needed to satisfy your every shopping desire.

    If small shops and unique boutiques pique your interest, there are dozens of locally-owned stores for you to browse throughout Kissimmee and Celebration. If you are looking for a bargain, the Kissimmee/Orlando area is home to several outlet malls including Orlando Premium Outlets© and Lake Buena Vista Factory Outlets, these outlets feature major retailers offering incredible deals.

    Of course, if malls with hundreds of shops, department stores, food courts, and movie theaters are what you want Orlando has several major malls for your enjoyment. The Florida Mall, The Mall at Millenia, and Festival Bay Mall satisfy every whim with choices from JC Penney and Macy's to upscale retailers like Jimmy Choo and Tiffany's & Co.

  • Restaurants

    Kissimmee residents benefit from a thriving restaurant scene that caters to the varied tastes of Kissimmee’s many visitors. Broadway is home to several local favorites, from Cuban cafes to all-American diners to traditional Italian fare and a few more exotic options.

  • Highlights

    Old Town, Old Courthouse, Gatorland, Monument of States, Kissimmee Lakefront Park, Big Toho Marina, Kissimmee Historic District, Osceola County Stadium, Osceola Heritage Park


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