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Gainesville isn’t just a great college town. It’s a great town. Period. It’s where nature and culture meet. Where trees draped in Spanish moss line quaint Old South inspired streets. Where a cozy quintessential downtown exudes hospitality, comfort, and at times, a certain refined ease in its shops and restaurants. Where state parks are a virtual playground of world-class natural attractions, sinkholes, waterways and waterfalls, shady pine forests, flora and fauna, and amazing natural North Florida sunsets. And where the surrounding towns like High Springs, Alachua, Cross Creek and Micanopy dial-up the charm even further each in their own individual way.
Credit: Alachua County Visitors & Convention Bureau
Living in Gainesville
Gainesville has hot & rainy summers and mild & dry winters. January’s average low is 42°F and high is 66°F. Our hottest month, July is an average of 91°F.
COST OF LIVING
Compared to the rest of the country, Gainesville’s cost of living is 6.10% Lower than the U.S. average. Being a college town, Gainesville provides great offers and opportunities for any student on a budget and restricted schedule.
Gainesville has a strong concentration of young people and active retirees. Being a place of innovation and opportunity, it has become an attractive place to start small businesses—you’ll find anything here! In Gainesville, the world truly is your Oyster.
Things We Love
From assembly line-style foods to eclectic pizza spots to a late night cookie shop, you will find anything and everything to satisfy your sweet and savory tooth.
Downtown Gainesville is a vivid place with shops, restaurants, theaters, farmer’s markets and food truck rallies running all year long
Gainesville is a hub for artists, performers, crafters and musicians. The 352 Walls is a mural art initiative found all around the city and are great for photos! There are also multiple playhouses, museums and attractions provided by the University of Florida.
This city bleeds orange and blue! Join in on the fun and enjoy a Florida Gator Game or other exclusive shows and events provided by the University.
The long awaited Celebration Pointe is North Central Florida’s premier destination to live, shop, work and play. Totaling over 1 million square feet, the project is comprised of dining and entertainment, outlet shopping, Class-A office space and multiple luxury residential offerings.
On your time off you can enjoy an adventurous hike through Paynes Prairie National Reserve. (You can even spot alligators!) Or you can choose to cool off at one of the many Natural Springs in Alachua County. If you’re in for a longer adventure, drive 1-2 hours to one Florida’s infamous beaches!
Travel & Nearby Cities
We have 4 airports within 2 hours of travel time.
We can’t wait for you to fall in love with this place!
Physical Address: 404 NW 14th Avenue, Gainesville, FL 32601 Phone: (352) 378-0078