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Ocala snapshot
Demographic highlights
Per-capita income:$22,567
Population density:1,457 per square mile
Median household income:$36,706
Total population:56,315 people
Median age:38 years old
Square miles:38.63 square miles
Percent renters:44%
Market highlights
Median rent:$1,201
Median rent, monthly change:0.08%
About Ocala
Area Information

Ocala is a small city in Florida, located halfway between Gainesville and Orlando. Ocala's tree-lined streets boast the sort of homes you?d find in the Old South. With its gorgeous nature and easygoing charm, it?s a great place for those who prefer a quiet pace of life.

A small center of agriculture and manufacturing, Ocala has more than its fair share of natural beauty, including ranches with green, rolling pastures; pristine rivers and lakes; and crystal clear springs. Outdoor lovers will find lots to do, from fishing and hunting to golfing and swimming.

Renting in Ocala gives you easy access to Orlando, home to Disneyworld and Universal Studios, located 80 miles south via I-75. The University of Florida in Gainesville is located only 45 minutes north via I-75, making it a reasonable commuting distance away. Commuters working in Ocala either drive or use the SunTran bus system to get around.

Ocala is also the heart of Florida?s thoroughbred industry, so equestrians delight in the multitude of horse farms dotting the land and in the town's many riding trails and equestrian venues.

Renting in Ocala, FL

Apartments for rent in Ocala are well below the national average. Thanks to its small-town nature, Ocala is one of the more affordable cities in Florida. You get a lot for your money in this quiet town, compared to larger cities in the area.

Ocala Attractions
  • Circle Square Cultural Center ? This auditorium in Circle Square Commons is host to a wide range of entertainment, from concerts to conventions to live theater.
  • Silver Springs State Park ? A popular state park that offers trails, camping, and the Silver River Museum and Environmental Education Center.
  • Wild Waters ? Located within Silver Springs Park, this water park is a great place to spend hot summer days with the family.
Picturesque walking path in Silver Springs State Park. Photo credit: Kristine Paulus / Flickr

A Cracker-style home featured during Ocali Country Days at Silver River State Park. Photo credit: B A Bowen Photography / Flickr