Town of Micanopy, Alachua County, Florida.

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The Town of Micanopy encompasses 1.03 square miles near the Alachua-Marion County line in rural north-central Florida between Gainesville (home of the University of Florida) and Ocala (Horse Capital of the World). Micanopy’s 669 residents occupy 300 residences. Our beautiful southern community was named for Seminole Chief Micanopy (ca.1780-1849).

Once a critical hub for commerce in Florida, “The Town that Time Forgot” is now known for its 19th-century buildings offering visitors antiques, art, food, music, and hospitality under the shade of enormous oak trees. Many Micanopy families trace their roots to the early days of railroads, agriculture, and small industry. At its heart, Micanopy remains a dynamic community contributing to the richness of north-central Florida and beyond.

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