City of St. Cloud, Florida

Originally, the city was built as a retirement community for Civil War Union veterans who paid $50 for five-acre lots. Because of these roots, founders first named the downtown streets, running north and south across numbered streets, for states who participated in the War on the Union side. Later, as St. Cloud spread more to the east and west, former states in the Confederacy were used as well. The city’s original grid pattern is still a main residential area for the city.

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4th generation family owned and operated Florida honey farm producing and bottling raw all natural and unadulterated Florida Honey. 

Central Florida Animal Sanctuary provides housing for lions, tigers, and puma that would otherwise have no place to go. Come learn about these magnificent animals and their place in our world.

Reptile World Serpentarium's opened in 1972, houses an impressive collection (over 80 species) of snakes from around the world, ranging from the familiar and innocuous to the exotic and deadly. Often listed among the top ten deadliest snakes in the world you will find a splendid 13+ foot King Cobra, a beautiful Black Mamba and all four of Florida's venomous snakes on display.