Osceola County is known for its cowboys, cowgirls and cattle, but it's also home to several oddities. From the Sausage Castle to a nudist resort, the Central Florida county is a bit weird.

Osceola County is an odd place.

And that's saying something to those of us who live in Florida, where weird is often multiplied by 10.

Look past the county's deep-rooted rural history of cattle ranching and cowboys, and you'll find places   such as Cypress Cove nudist resort, a reptile attraction with more than 75 species of snakes and a hotel fit for the King of Rock and Roll. 

There are plenty of odd sights to discover in the county that's home to Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Celebration, Yeehaw Junction and Holopaw. 

Watch "14 Oddities in Osceola County" to see why things are a bit strange south of Orlando. (Warning: There may be some suggested nudity in this video.) 

Also, don't forget to check out the previous videos:

 "10 reasons it's OK to hate Windermere"

"11 Reasons Mount Dora is Just Better"

 "9 Ways You Know You Live in Downtown Orlando" 

"14 Ways Seminole County is Better than Orange County"

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I'll post the best responses on OrlandoSentinel.com.