Sleep Inn & Suites Ocala - Belleview
13600 SW 17th Court
Ocala, FL 34473
Phone: (352) 347-8383
Fax: (352) 347-7830
13600 SW 17th Court, Ocala, FL, US, 34473
- Phone: (352) 347-8383
- Fax: (352) 347-7830
The whole family will have fun at this amusement center that includes go-karts, bumper boats, a miniature golf course, a large arcade, a giant indoor playground, and a snack bar.
Enjoy picnic tables, volleyball courts, hiking and walking trails, basketball courts, tennis courts, a children's playground, and a picnic pavilion while at this great relaxing park.
Discovery Center features hands-on workshops for children (2-16yrs) and a Summer Adventure Camp for kids (8-12yrs). Workshops for adults are also available.
Best Hay Farm Petting Zoo offers a variety of kid-friendly farm animals for viewing, petting, and feeding. A stroll through the barn gives visitors an opportunity to meet alpacas, llamas, goats and a few of other barnyard friends. Some highlights of the zoo include: goats, pigs, horses, sheep, ducks, donkeys, emus, and peacocks just to name a few. Come and meet all of their four-legged, furry and feathered friends. Pony rides are available, as well as a picnic area.
A nine acre family water park that features eight flumes rides, a 450,000 gallon wave pool, volleyball courts, a children's play area, picnic facilities, and many more exciting attractions for the whole family to enjoy.
This public library offers a huge collection of fiction and nonfiction books, as well as magazines and reference books, plus offers an array of programs for both adults and children.
Set into the rolling hills of central Florida on 50 beautiful acres, this informative, interactive, and entertaining farm with delight kids of all ages and features a petting area, old-fashioned hay rides, pony rides, and a Wildlife Rehabilitation Center that features over 20 species of native wildlife.
Lake Holathlikaha makes this state park a popular place for fishing, swimming, and canoeing. The area is also a haven for many plants and animals, including threatened and endangered species.
Situated north of Orlando in Ocala and encompassing over 350,000 acres, the Ocala National Forest offers you a chance to explore and enjoy Florida naturally. This is the country's southernmost forest and includes over 600 rivers, springs and lakes. Highlights of the park include four separate recreation areas (Alexander Springs, Juniper Springs, Silver Glen Springs and Salt Springs) featuring sparkling natural springs with year round water temperatures of 72-degrees Fahrenheit, plus numerous historical and breathtaking regions to explore. Activities in the park consist of camping, boating, hiking, biking, horseback-riding, fishing, birding, wildlife-viewing and many 4-wheel trails for ATVs and Jeeps. The Ocala National Forest offers visitors a chance to get back to nature. - Diane Dilov-Schultheis