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Marion County is located south of Gainesville in north central Florida. Created in 1844, the county is named after General Francis Marion, a hero of the Revolutionary War from South Carolina, as many of the area’s early settlers came from that state. As of 2010, the population was 331,298. The total area of the county is 1,663 square miles, and most of the area is made up of rolling hills. The county is famous for producing champion race horses. More than 44,000 jobs exist through breeding, training, and support of the equine industry.
The principal city and county seat is Ocala. The city is named for a Native American village, Ocale, visited by–and possibly wiped out by–Hernando de Soto’s Spanish expedition in 1539. In 1827, Fort King was built nearby to protect settlers from the Seminole tribes. In 1844, the fort was used for the first county courthouse. Ocala was established in 1849.
The Marion County Jail can house as many as 1,800 male and female adult and juvenile inmates. Under the direction of the Custody and Security Division of the Corrections Bureau of the Sheriff’s Office, the facility is located at 700 NW 30th Avenue, Ocala, Florida 34475. Video visitation may be scheduled by calling 352-438-5961 up to one week in advance. Detailed information is available on the website; for answers to questions about a specific inmate, call 352-351-8077. Use the website to find a Florida inmate in this jail.
The oldest state detention facility for women, opened in 1956, is also located in Marion County. Lowell Correctional Institution, which has been expanded and renovated several times over the years, houses up to 1,456 adult, youthful, and juvenile female inmates. It is located at 11120 NW Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482. Vocational programs available at the facility include cosmetology, culinary arts, architectural drafting, equine care, and computer support. The Institute also supervises the Lowell Work Camp and Annex. The Annex houses females in maximum security and those on death row. To inquire about visitation scheduling, call the facility at 352-690-8900.
The state houses male adult inmates in the Marion Correctional Institution, not far from the Lowell facility, at 3269 NW 105th Street, Ocala, Florida 34475. Mail should be addressed to P.O. Box 158, Lowell, Florida 32663. It originally was built to support the women’s facility, but has housed males since 1976. For more information, call 352-401-6400.
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Marion County Jail Address: 700 N.W. 30TH AVENUE OCALA FL 34475