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Overview of Dunedin

The laid-back community of Dunedin, FL has long attracted people for the natural setting, subtropical environment, and small-town atmosphere. Located in Pinellas County on the West Coast of central Florida, Dunedin boasts a beautiful year-round climate that allows for outdoor adventures. Although Dunedin is a resort community for many winter travelers, residents don't have to worry about seasonal congestion because it is still a little-known secret.

Although the community remains small at heart, the progressive attitude and masterful planning makes way for future development and success. People looking at Dunedin apartments for rent may enjoy the extensive park system, bike-friendly roads, and countless downtown merchants. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, roughly 35,350 people call Dunedin home.

Living in Dunedin, FL

As the oldest town south of Cedar Key, the first land deed in Dunedin was recorded in 1852, which was only seven years after Florida became a state. Much of the town's history is still rooted in the culture today, as it is home to the oldest continuous garden club on Florida's West Coast, Dunedin Garden Club, and the historic Orange Belt Railroad Depot on Main Street is now home to the historical society and museum.

As of 2009, the largest employers in Pinellas County include the local school district, Home Shopping Club, Times Publishing Corp., Raymond James and Associates, and the local government. Residents living in Dunedin apartments have a wide range of employment opportunities in and around the city.

Dunedin Attractions and Special Events

Dunedin is known for its eclectic art scene, various galleries, and lively downtown center, but the community also hosts several annual festivals. The Downtown Dunedin Craft Festival began in 1992 and attracts people from across the state. Boasting some of the country's finest artists and crafters, this festival reinforces the artistic atmosphere present in Dunedin. The Dunedin Wines the Blues is another beloved event that attracts more than 30,000 people each year.

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