With a delightful climate providing a change of seasons, Marion County is a perfect blend of rolling hills, spreading oaks, rivers and lakes. The northeast
quarter of the county is predominately National Forest land. The Forest has several trails, picnic areas, camping, canoeing, and
bathing sites, helping people enjoy the wildlife, and spring fed rivers.
The Silver, St. Johns, Ocklawaha, and Withlacoochee rivers as well as Lake Weir offer any refreshing water activities you could want.
Often referred to as horse farm country, Marion County contains over 900 horse farms. Many farms are open to the public, giving you a great destination for a scenic afternoon
Centrally located, Ocala is the major city in Marion County. Ocala’s beauty and charm have attracted many new residents, giving it the distinction of being
voted the 5th best place to live in America. The beautiful Historic districts of Belleview, Dunnellon, McIntosh and Ocala enhance the charm of Marion County.
Within one or two hours from all the major attractions, you have easy access without the congested lifestyle that surrounds them.