Micanopy is the second oldest city in the State of Florida.
The Town of Micanopy encompasses 1.03 square miles near the Alachua-Marion County line. Located near I-75, Micanopy is just 15 miles south of Gainesville. Micanopy’s 542 residents occupy about 300 residences. The beautiful southern community was named for Seminole Chief Micanopy. Settled in 1821, Micanopy is the second oldest city in the State of Florida.
The Historic Town is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and its’ charming tree lined streets and antique stores have helped the town earn the title of the Antique Capitol of Florida.