Ocala, Florida is the gateway to the Ocala National Forest, a 383,000 acre protected forest - second largest in Florida, and the southernmost forest in the continental United States. Marion county, the county in which Ocala is located, is also a major thoroughbred center, with well over 1,200 horse farms. In fact, Ocala is known as the horse capital of the world.
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Ocala is located in Florida.
Ocala, Florida has a population of
family-centric than the surrounding county with
23.48% of the households
containing married families with children.
The county average for households married with children is 19.37%.
The median household income in Ocala, Florida is
The median household income for the surrounding county is $37,187
compared to the national median of $50,935.
The median age of people living in Ocala is
The average high temperature in July is 92
degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 45.9 degrees.
The average rainfall is approximately 52.3 inches
per year, with 0 inches of snow per year.