Florida citrus growing regions are divided into several districts. The Indian River District is a narrow strip of approximately 200 miles long and 10 miles wide along the Florida central east coast. The Indian River is known for some of the best grapefruit in the world. The Sunridge District is the central Florida region from Leesburg down to the Arcaida area. The interior region of Florida is known for their greating tasting oranges and tangerines. The Gulf District is in the southwest region of Florida and includes Colier County and Hendry County.