Parts of Florida’s Orange County and Osceola County contain Walt Disney World. Due to a tax restriction on producing money in Osceola County, the majority of the attractions and lucrative businesses are situated there.
Around 47 square kilometres of land are devoted to Disney World. Its size is roughly twice that of Manhattan Island. Compared to Disneyland and other Disney parks, Walt Disney World is substantially bigger.
There are many environmental protection areas, wetlands, and wildlife on the property that the Walt Disney company owns and manages in addition to the park. A bus stop that also acts as the monorail’s terminal may be found. Disney World’s registered address is at Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Bay Lake is a sister city to this one.
These two cities work similarly to most other cities while being jointly owned by Walt Disney Corporation. There is a quasi-governmental structure in place, taxes are paid to the state, and both communities have post offices.
Employees of the park are urged to reside within Lake Buena Vista’s city lines so that the park city may continue to function as a real city. Town authorities are all part of Disney’s cast of characters, and Disney security is a real police force.