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Activities In Ocala Florida

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Ocala is also a great place for families due to its proximity to schools, parks, and shopping centers.

Ocala is home to many recreational opportunities for visitors and residents alike. One of the most popular attractions is Silver Springs State Park which features a variety of natural springs as well as boat tours on the Silver River. Other popular attractions include Lake Weir, which offers fishing, boating, and camping; The Ocklawaha River; and Wekiwa Springs State Park which features a variety of waterfalls. For those who are looking for culture and amenities, Ocala is the place to be. It has an arts council that hosts events such as the annual Arts Festival and Ocala International Film Festival. 

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Silver Springs, Florida

Since the mid-19th century, the natural environment of Silver Springs has attracted visitors from throughout the United States. The glass-bottom boat was invented and tours of the springs began in the late 1870s.In the 1920s, W.

Carl Ray and W.M. “Shorty” Davidson, after leasing the land from Ed Carmichael (upon whose death the springs were left to the University of Florida), developed the land around the headwaters of the Silver River into an attraction that eventually became known as Silver Springs Nature Theme Park.

The attraction featured native animal exhibits, amusement rides, and 30 or 90-minute glass-bottom boat tours of the springs. The 1934 ‘Princess Donna’ is the oldest and only remaining operational boat from this bygone era.

For millennia, humans have been captivated by the stunning beauty and crystal clear waters of one of America’s largest springs. Experience a Silver Springs Glass Bottom Boat tour. Kayak the five-mile Silver River. Explore the Silver River Museum and Cracker Village. Camping, hiking, dining and shopping as well!

The Ocala National Forest

The Ocala National National Forest in Florida is an amazing place to explore. With more than 383,000 acres consisting of wilderness and water resources, including rivers, lakes, and springs, there are more than enough activities to enjoy. On our road trip to the forest this past weekend, we had fun hiking, kayaking, snorkeling, and swimming. Our first stop was an off the beaten path hike to Lake Eaton Sinkhole Trail.

Rainbow Springs River

Rainbow Springs State Park is a Florida state park located on U.S. 41, 3 miles (5 km) north of Dunnellon, Florida. It comprises 1,459.07 acres (5.9046 km2) upland (which includes around 100 acres (0.40 km2) of wetlands) and 12.83 acres (51,900 m2) submerged. The most significant natural feature is the first-magnitude headspring basin, which produces up to 600,000,000 US gallons (2,300,000 m3) of fresh water per day,

World Equestrian Center

The largest equestrian complex in the United States is a world-class, multi-indoor, and outdoor arena facility offering state-of-the-art amenities to accommodate numerous disciplines within the equine industry and more!

Sholom Park

Sholom Park is home to native wildlife including numerous bird species, making Sholom Park a birdwatcher’s paradise. Paved trails lead you through open prairies and under the shaded canopies of live oaks, hickories, and long leaf pine trees. Tribute benches are strategically placed throughout the park allowing guests a place to rest, relax, and reflect.

Fort King National Historic Landmark

The Fort King National Historic Landmark is located in Ocala, Florida – Marion County. Fort King, originally built in 1827, was named for Colonel William King who commanded the Fourth Infantry before Brevet Brigadier General Duncan L. Clinch. In July 1836, Fort King was abandoned and burned by the Seminoles. In 1837, the second Fort King was built. This site served as military headquarters for most of the Second Seminole War.

Appleton Museum of Art

The Appleton Museum of Art brings art and people together to inspire, challenge and engage present and future generations through our wide range of collections, exhibitions, programs and educational opportunities.

Santos Campground

Explore some of the best mountain biking in Florida and even internationally.

Santos includes 80-plus miles of single-track diverse bike trails for beginners as well as expert-level trails that will challenge even the most elite riders.

Developed and maintained through a partnership with the volunteer-based Ocala Mountain Bike Association, Santos is perennially rated as one of the best mountain bike facilities in existence. Numerous wooden features and the Vortex Freeride area located in a former limerock quarry provide extreme terrain in the flatlands of Florida.


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