If renters are looking for fun in the sun, a warm community and fun experiences and opportunities, Odessa, Fla., is definitely the perfect place to find a new home for rent. While this census-designated place isn't technically a city, you wouldn't know it because of all of the exciting happenings that are constantly occurring in the community's limits.
2 Things to Know About Odessa
Odessa was originally named by Russian immigrant and settler Peter Demens, who also named St. Petersburg (which is less than an hour away) after cities in his mother country.
Odessa has roots in many areas of Florida - it was originally considered to be a part of Pasco County, though it's now partially within the limits of Hillsborough County. That being said, Pasco resources are available to city residents.
People new to the area should also think about getting a library card, because it's good at any of the nearby Pasco County Library branches.
What Can You Do in Odessa?
One of the best places to gather and hang out in Odessa is at the Odessa Community Park. Here, visitors can take advantage of 29 acres of land, an outdoor basketball court, tennis courts, a playground, a boardwalk and plenty of room to have a picnic. The community also boasts the Huntsville Equestrian Center, where people looking to take horseback riding lessons and those who are old hats at riding can take advantage of the 1 mile of trails, woods and roads around the property.