Ocala Drive-in

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4850 S Pine Ave
Ocala, FL 34480 Ocala Rate and review
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Ocala drive-in is a Family Owned and Operated Drive-in theatre dedicated to bringing our guest only the finest in affordable family entertainment. Open 7 nights a week , rain or shine. Take a trip back to the good ole days and enjoy the true value of Family Entertainment .

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4850 S Pine Ave, Ocala, FL 34480
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Open 7 Nights a week Two Great Movies for One Low Price, Adults $6 Children (6-12) $3 Children 5 and Under FREE.

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