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Sholom Park is a non-profit, privately owned, 44-acre botanical garden in Ocala, Florida. Opened to the public in 2004, the park features more than 2 miles of paved trails and more than 100 species of plants and trees. Sholom Park seeks to become a...more
All reviews quiet place feed the fish koi pond great place to walk relaxing walk no pets allowed fish food olive trees walking trails enjoy nature nice walking beautiful landscaping walk around natural beauty ocala area labyrinth benches
Peace, harmony, wholeness, completeness, and tranquility. These are some of the words that define Sholom. This park delivers these in spades! If you need to get away and find solace and solitude, it is THE place to go. It is Ocala's best kept secret gem....More
We've been to Ocala multiples times visiting family but this is the first we have visited Sholom Park. It was a beautiful setting for a walk or sit and take in the surrounding nature. I can only imagine how beautiful it must be in the...More
Excellent place to be 'away', close to home. Peace of Mind would be a right description. Make certain you won't be using the main gazebo at the same time the 'Yoga' practitioners are using it. You'll lose your early bird try. You'll be re-direct to...More
Enjoyed our walk around the park. Koi fish are huge and plenty of turtles to see. The walk in the labyrinth garden is enjoyable...especially with thought provoking signs along the way. Even this time of year there is beauty everywhere. The maps available at the...More
Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.... (30 Replies)
FYI - for all our overseas, out of state and country visitors and fans of NYC, The Rock Center tree was delivered today 11/12 to 30 Rock. It is a seventy-six (76') Norway spruce from Easton, CT - the last few years thr RC trees have been from Connecticut - must be something in the water that makes them so perfect for this prestigious honor - the RC tree is possibly the most viewed in the world. So if you are in the City over the holidays, make sure you take a gander and see it lit with...More
November 12, 2009|
Thanks poppa. Cant wait to see it, I know its not lit yet however still going to be great to see.