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Getting to Know the Heart of the Southwest Volusia

There are a number of theories how the Volusia County was able to get its name. It is clear, however, that, when it comes to tourist attractions, Southwest Volusia is not lacking, particularly if you are looking at the area known as the Orange City.

Currently, the Orange City is made up of more than 10,000 residents. This number, however, swells to about a hundred thousand due to the fact that a number of tourists from around the Volusia County as well as from other parts of the world, flock to the Orange City to see for themselves the different historic spots in what was once the home of the Euchee and Timucua Indian tribes. Some of the historic sites in Orange City that have been, of late, popular among tourists include the Dickinson Memorial Library and Park, the Orange City Historic District, the Seth French House, and the 1876 Heritage Inn. It is also worthwhile to check out Blue Spring State Park, the Gemini Springs Park, the North Peninsula State Park, the Lake George State Forest, and the Tomoka State Park.

Now, if you want to be able to check out all of these spots, you would need to spend more than a day at the Orange City. That being the case, your best move would be to book a room in any of the hotels in Orange City, FL. Quality Inn is one of the orange City motels FL has that you might want to try.

Quality Inn Orange City FL welcomes their guests with such amenities as cable/ satellite TV, free high-speed wireless Internet connection, pay-per-view channels, and use of the refrigerator and microwave. The hotel also provides free coffee as well as free continental breakfast. This pet-friendly hotel also provides canoeing services as well as access to the fitness center and seasonal outdoor pool.

For reservations or to know more about Quality Inn Orange City, FL, head to http://www.indembsudan.com/60600/28.htm

For Media Contact:
Quality Inn Orange City FL
445 S, Volusia Ave, Orange City, FL, US, 32763-5807

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