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The historic Marion Theatre dates to the 1940s and still features the latest films.
Outdoor malls like Market Street feature large standalone retailers.
La Cuisine is part of the expanding downtown food scene.
The Paddock Mall is a popular shopping destination.
Mark's Prime Steakhouse offers high-end dining on the downtown square.
O'Malley's Alley is one of the more popular watering holes.
Many restaurants have taken over historic business locations, including Ivy on the Square.
Located in the downtown square, Harry's is a popular destination.
Soul Essentials occupies one of the many historic homes in the area.
The Mojo Grill is one of the many popular Ocala eateries.
A resident takes advantage of the available bike paths.
Horses are a common sight in pastures along the area’s roadways.
Golf is one of the more popular pastimes.
A kayaker paddles on the Silver River.
A mini horse shows off at an event.
The weekly Ocala farmers market draws large crowds.
Polo is one of the many horse disciplines active in the area.
A horse stands in a pasture near one of the many barns in the area.
Mountain biking is a popular sport.
Ocala has a growing nightlife scene.
Fishing is a popular pastime.
A street performer plays his guitar.
Visitors to Silver Springs State Park walk the park's colonnade.
Joggers take advantage of the miles of public trails available in Ocala.
A view of Magnolia Avenue at night.
Apartments.
Townhomes.
Downtown condominiums.
Estate homes are available on large farms or in town.
Many Victorian-era homes have been restored over the years.
Patio homes are a popular option for young families and older adults.
Many residential subdivisions fill the area.
Mobile and modular home communities are another option.
Larger modern homes are available.
Homes on small lots.
Ocala is home to several horse statues located throughout the community and decorated in different themes.
Silver Springs State Park's glass-bottom boats are a popular attraction.
The historic Union Station is now an art gallery.
The Appleton Museum of Art.
The iconic Ocala gazebo on the square is a popular landmark.
The Ocala Skate Park draws skaters from across the region.
 
Fort King National Historic Landmark features a full-sized replica of the 19th-century fort that stood on the site.
Rolling hills of a pasture at sunset.
Wide open spaces abound in the area.
Springs and sinkholes form caves and pools in limestone formations.
Cedars, pines and palm trees are typical throughout the area.
The Ocklawaha River runs through the area.
Cattle graze in a pasture just outside the city limits.
Horses graze in pastures dotted with grand oaks.
The Ocala International Airport terminal.
Interstate 75 seen from an overpass.
SunTran buses pull into the depot.
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The historic Marion Theatre dates to the 1940s and still features the latest films. – Carlos E. Medina

Outdoor malls like Market Street feature large standalone retailers. – Carlos E. Medina

La Cuisine is part of the expanding downtown food scene. – Carlos E. Medina

The Paddock Mall is a popular shopping destination. – Carlos E. Medina

Mark's Prime Steakhouse offers high-end dining on the downtown square. – Carlos E. Medina

O'Malley's Alley is one of the more popular watering holes. – Carlos E. Medina

Many restaurants have taken over historic business locations, including Ivy on the Square. – Carlos E. Medina

Located in the downtown square, Harry's is a popular destination. – Carlos E. Medina

Soul Essentials occupies one of the many historic homes in the area. – Carlos E. Medina

The Mojo Grill is one of the many popular Ocala eateries. – Carlos E. Medina

A resident takes advantage of the available bike paths. – Carlos E. Medina

Horses are a common sight in pastures along the area’s roadways. – Carlos E. Medina

Golf is one of the more popular pastimes. – Carlos E. Medina

A kayaker paddles on the Silver River. – Carlos E. Medina

A mini horse shows off at an event. – Carlos E. Medina

The weekly Ocala farmers market draws large crowds. – Carlos E. Medina

Polo is one of the many horse disciplines active in the area. – Carlos E. Medina

A horse stands in a pasture near one of the many barns in the area. – Carlos E. Medina

Mountain biking is a popular sport. – Carlos E. Medina

Ocala has a growing nightlife scene. – Carlos E. Medina

Fishing is a popular pastime. – Carlos E. Medina

A street performer plays his guitar. – Carlos E. Medina

Visitors to Silver Springs State Park walk the park's colonnade. – Carlos E. Medina

Joggers take advantage of the miles of public trails available in Ocala. – Carlos E. Medina

A view of Magnolia Avenue at night. – Carlos E. Medina

Apartments. – Carlos E. Medina

Townhomes. – Carlos E. Medina

Downtown condominiums. – Carlos E. Medina

Estate homes are available on large farms or in town. – Carlos E. Medina

Many Victorian-era homes have been restored over the years. – Carlos E. Medina

Patio homes are a popular option for young families and older adults. – Carlos E. Medina

Many residential subdivisions fill the area. – Carlos E. Medina

Mobile and modular home communities are another option. – Carlos E. Medina

Larger modern homes are available. – Carlos E. Medina

Homes on small lots. – Carlos E. Medina

Ocala is home to several horse statues located throughout the community and decorated in different themes. – Carlos E. Medina

Silver Springs State Park's glass-bottom boats are a popular attraction. – Carlos E. Medina

The historic Union Station is now an art gallery. – Carlos E. Medina

The Appleton Museum of Art. – Carlos E. Medina

The iconic Ocala gazebo on the square is a popular landmark. – Carlos E. Medina

The Ocala Skate Park draws skaters from across the region. – Carlos E. Medina

Fort King National Historic Landmark features a full-sized replica of the 19th-century fort that stood on the site. – Carlos E. Medina

Rolling hills of a pasture at sunset. – Carlos E. Medina

Wide open spaces abound in the area. – Carlos E. Medina

Springs and sinkholes form caves and pools in limestone formations. – Carlos E. Medina

Cedars, pines and palm trees are typical throughout the area. – Carlos E. Medina

The Ocklawaha River runs through the area. – Carlos E. Medina

Cattle graze in a pasture just outside the city limits. – Carlos E. Medina

Horses graze in pastures dotted with grand oaks. – Carlos E. Medina

The Ocala International Airport terminal. – Carlos E. Medina

Interstate 75 seen from an overpass. – Carlos E. Medina

SunTran buses pull into the depot. – Carlos E. Medina

The historic Marion Theatre dates to the 1940s and still features the latest films.
Outdoor malls like Market Street feature large standalone retailers.
La Cuisine is part of the expanding downtown food scene.
The Paddock Mall is a popular shopping destination.
Mark's Prime Steakhouse offers high-end dining on the downtown square.
O'Malley's Alley is one of the more popular watering holes.
Many restaurants have taken over historic business locations, including Ivy on the Square.
Located in the downtown square, Harry's is a popular destination.
Soul Essentials occupies one of the many historic homes in the area.
The Mojo Grill is one of the many popular Ocala eateries.
A resident takes advantage of the available bike paths.
Horses are a common sight in pastures along the area’s roadways.
Golf is one of the more popular pastimes.
A kayaker paddles on the Silver River.
A mini horse shows off at an event.
The weekly Ocala farmers market draws large crowds.
Polo is one of the many horse disciplines active in the area.
A horse stands in a pasture near one of the many barns in the area.
Mountain biking is a popular sport.
Ocala has a growing nightlife scene.
Fishing is a popular pastime.
A street performer plays his guitar.
Visitors to Silver Springs State Park walk the park's colonnade.
Joggers take advantage of the miles of public trails available in Ocala.
A view of Magnolia Avenue at night.
Apartments.
Townhomes.
Downtown condominiums.
Estate homes are available on large farms or in town.
Many Victorian-era homes have been restored over the years.
Patio homes are a popular option for young families and older adults.
Many residential subdivisions fill the area.
Mobile and modular home communities are another option.
Larger modern homes are available.
Homes on small lots.
Ocala is home to several horse statues located throughout the community and decorated in different themes.
Silver Springs State Park's glass-bottom boats are a popular attraction.
The historic Union Station is now an art gallery.
The Appleton Museum of Art.
The iconic Ocala gazebo on the square is a popular landmark.
The Ocala Skate Park draws skaters from across the region.
 
Fort King National Historic Landmark features a full-sized replica of the 19th-century fort that stood on the site.
Rolling hills of a pasture at sunset.
Wide open spaces abound in the area.
Springs and sinkholes form caves and pools in limestone formations.
Cedars, pines and palm trees are typical throughout the area.
The Ocklawaha River runs through the area.
Cattle graze in a pasture just outside the city limits.
Horses graze in pastures dotted with grand oaks.
The Ocala International Airport terminal.
Interstate 75 seen from an overpass.
SunTran buses pull into the depot.
The historic Marion Theatre dates to the 1940s and still features the latest films.
Outdoor malls like Market Street feature large standalone retailers.
La Cuisine is part of the expanding downtown food scene.
The Paddock Mall is a popular shopping destination.
Mark's Prime Steakhouse offers high-end dining on the downtown square.
O'Malley's Alley is one of the more popular watering holes.
Many restaurants have taken over historic business locations, including Ivy on the Square.
Located in the downtown square, Harry's is a popular destination.
Soul Essentials occupies one of the many historic homes in the area.
The Mojo Grill is one of the many popular Ocala eateries.
A resident takes advantage of the available bike paths.
Horses are a common sight in pastures along the area’s roadways.
Golf is one of the more popular pastimes.
A kayaker paddles on the Silver River.
A mini horse shows off at an event.
The weekly Ocala farmers market draws large crowds.
Polo is one of the many horse disciplines active in the area.
A horse stands in a pasture near one of the many barns in the area.
Mountain biking is a popular sport.
Ocala has a growing nightlife scene.
Fishing is a popular pastime.
A street performer plays his guitar.
Visitors to Silver Springs State Park walk the park's colonnade.
Joggers take advantage of the miles of public trails available in Ocala.
A view of Magnolia Avenue at night.
Apartments.
Townhomes.
Downtown condominiums.
Estate homes are available on large farms or in town.
Many Victorian-era homes have been restored over the years.
Patio homes are a popular option for young families and older adults.
Many residential subdivisions fill the area.
Mobile and modular home communities are another option.
Larger modern homes are available.
Homes on small lots.
Ocala is home to several horse statues located throughout the community and decorated in different themes.
Silver Springs State Park's glass-bottom boats are a popular attraction.
The historic Union Station is now an art gallery.
The Appleton Museum of Art.
The iconic Ocala gazebo on the square is a popular landmark.
The Ocala Skate Park draws skaters from across the region.
 
Fort King National Historic Landmark features a full-sized replica of the 19th-century fort that stood on the site.
Rolling hills of a pasture at sunset.
Wide open spaces abound in the area.
Springs and sinkholes form caves and pools in limestone formations.
Cedars, pines and palm trees are typical throughout the area.
The Ocklawaha River runs through the area.
Cattle graze in a pasture just outside the city limits.
Horses graze in pastures dotted with grand oaks.
The Ocala International Airport terminal.
Interstate 75 seen from an overpass.
SunTran buses pull into the depot.

The historic Marion Theatre dates to the 1940s and still features the latest films. – Carlos E. Medina

Outdoor malls like Market Street feature large standalone retailers. – Carlos E. Medina

La Cuisine is part of the expanding downtown food scene. – Carlos E. Medina

The Paddock Mall is a popular shopping destination. – Carlos E. Medina

Mark's Prime Steakhouse offers high-end dining on the downtown square. – Carlos E. Medina

O'Malley's Alley is one of the more popular watering holes. – Carlos E. Medina

Many restaurants have taken over historic business locations, including Ivy on the Square. – Carlos E. Medina

Located in the downtown square, Harry's is a popular destination. – Carlos E. Medina

Soul Essentials occupies one of the many historic homes in the area. – Carlos E. Medina

The Mojo Grill is one of the many popular Ocala eateries. – Carlos E. Medina

A resident takes advantage of the available bike paths. – Carlos E. Medina

Horses are a common sight in pastures along the area’s roadways. – Carlos E. Medina

Golf is one of the more popular pastimes. – Carlos E. Medina

A kayaker paddles on the Silver River. – Carlos E. Medina

A mini horse shows off at an event. – Carlos E. Medina

The weekly Ocala farmers market draws large crowds. – Carlos E. Medina

Polo is one of the many horse disciplines active in the area. – Carlos E. Medina

A horse stands in a pasture near one of the many barns in the area. – Carlos E. Medina

Mountain biking is a popular sport. – Carlos E. Medina

Ocala has a growing nightlife scene. – Carlos E. Medina

Fishing is a popular pastime. – Carlos E. Medina

A street performer plays his guitar. – Carlos E. Medina

Visitors to Silver Springs State Park walk the park's colonnade. – Carlos E. Medina

Joggers take advantage of the miles of public trails available in Ocala. – Carlos E. Medina

A view of Magnolia Avenue at night. – Carlos E. Medina

Apartments. – Carlos E. Medina

Townhomes. – Carlos E. Medina

Downtown condominiums. – Carlos E. Medina

Estate homes are available on large farms or in town. – Carlos E. Medina

Many Victorian-era homes have been restored over the years. – Carlos E. Medina

Patio homes are a popular option for young families and older adults. – Carlos E. Medina

Many residential subdivisions fill the area. – Carlos E. Medina

Mobile and modular home communities are another option. – Carlos E. Medina

Larger modern homes are available. – Carlos E. Medina

Homes on small lots. – Carlos E. Medina

Ocala is home to several horse statues located throughout the community and decorated in different themes. – Carlos E. Medina

Silver Springs State Park's glass-bottom boats are a popular attraction. – Carlos E. Medina

The historic Union Station is now an art gallery. – Carlos E. Medina

The Appleton Museum of Art. – Carlos E. Medina

The iconic Ocala gazebo on the square is a popular landmark. – Carlos E. Medina

The Ocala Skate Park draws skaters from across the region. – Carlos E. Medina

Fort King National Historic Landmark features a full-sized replica of the 19th-century fort that stood on the site. – Carlos E. Medina

Rolling hills of a pasture at sunset. – Carlos E. Medina

Wide open spaces abound in the area. – Carlos E. Medina

Springs and sinkholes form caves and pools in limestone formations. – Carlos E. Medina

Cedars, pines and palm trees are typical throughout the area. – Carlos E. Medina

The Ocklawaha River runs through the area. – Carlos E. Medina

Cattle graze in a pasture just outside the city limits. – Carlos E. Medina

Horses graze in pastures dotted with grand oaks. – Carlos E. Medina

The Ocala International Airport terminal. – Carlos E. Medina

Interstate 75 seen from an overpass. – Carlos E. Medina

SunTran buses pull into the depot. – Carlos E. Medina

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