Circle Square Commons

The Heart of Our Hometown Atmosphere

     With design and architecture reflecting small-town charm, Circle Square Commons is a place where you can learn, exercise, relax, grab a quick bite, dance and be entertained! It is open to the public and home to The Town Square, Circle Square Cultural Center, The Ranch Fitness Center & Spa, Master the Possibilities and variety of other local businesses.

     The Town Square is a popular destination with its weekly Farmers Market on Thursdays. Shoppers can select from fresh seasonal produce from local growers as well as plants, homemade soaps, jewelry and more! Dance to pre-recorded OTOW Favorites Tuesdays through Thursdays and live entertainment Fridays and Saturdays on The Town Square. This is a free popular activity for residents and the public (weather permitting).

     Circle Square Commons offers endless possibilities for enjoyment both day and night.

The mission of the Circle Square Commons Farmers Market is to provide healthy, fresh, seasonal local produce and other assorted products to the residents and visitors to the community.

Master the Possibilities, Inc. provides quality instruction and learning experiences for adult students throughout Marion County, Florida and beyond.

Circle Square Cultural Center at Circle Square Commons brings top name entertainment to the Ocala area, featuring spectacular events and performers every year.

The ultimate fitness, spa & salon experience. The Ranch Fitness Center & Spa is equipped with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and strength training equipment and features an exclusive selection of specialized massages, facials, body wraps, and hair and nail services.

Find Your Fun

With live entertainment, a weekly Farmers Market, dining and other local businesses, Circle Square Commons is a place where people meet up and socialize.

Horse Fever at Circle Square Commons

The Horse Fever public art project was created in 2001 by Marion Cultural Alliance (MCA) in partnership with Florida Thoroughbred Breeders’ and Owners’ Association. The Horse Fever herd has stood as a testament to the unification of culture and community. In 2005, MCA created a traveling herd of horses, dubbed Horse Fever in Motion. Then in 2011, to commemorate the Horse Fever 10th year anniversary, MCA created a new herd featuring 31 new artists’ designs. These horses have traveled to events all over Ocala and are deeply cherished by our community. In 2021, the fourth herd was on display throughout Marion County. On Top of the World’s very own horses can be seen at Circle Square Commons – Inspiration (2001) by artist Mary Verrandeaux and Celestial Magic (2021) by artist Michele K. Farrar. Stop by for a photo op!