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Sholom Park, Ocala

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Sholom Park is a non-profit privately owned, 44-acre botanical garden in Ocala, Florida. Opened in 2004, the park features over 2 miles of paved trails and more than 250 species of plants and trees.
The park features include a formal garden walk, rose garden, prairie area, olive trees, azaleas, labyrinth and a pond with koi. It is handicap-accessible.

Sholom Park is named after Sholom, the grandfather of local developer Sidney Colen, who founded the Park as a gift to all people seeking Peace. Sholom/Shalom also means peace in Hebrew.

Areas can be rented for weddings and events.
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  • This is an amazing, Beautiful little park, right in the middle of a number of developments. There are paths to walk, a substantial parking area, and shaded benches for the weary. 
    This is an amazing, Beautiful little park, right in the middle of a number of developments. There are paths to walk, a substantial parking area, and shaded benches for the weary.  more »
  • What a beautiful place to walk! This was my first visit here. I have been checking out local parks for hiking/walking. Shalom park has paved trails, beauty in gardens, open area for picnicking... 
    What a beautiful place to walk! This was my first visit here. I have been checking out local parks for hiking/walking. Shalom park has paved trails, beauty in gardens, open area for picnicking...  more »
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  • This park is beautiful, calm, serene. It means Peace. It has a labyrinth with lots of posts with questions to help you go within and have insights about your life. They offer free yoga on Saturdays at 9:00am and have different activities throughout the month. Check out their website
  • Very nice park that had a band stage and adequate parking. The only improvement I would make would be to build a pond behind the band stage for a more appealing look. They invited the Harp Twins to perform and it was a nice concert.

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