It looks like a third Buc-ee’s could be opening in Florida. Central Florida officials have approved a zoning change request that would bring a new Buc-ee’s location to a 30-acre site in Ocala.
The new store is planned to be built near County Road 326 Interchange with I-75 at the Baldwin Angus Ranch.
The property will have an 80,000-square-foot building, including outdoor areas. It will have a total of 120 fueling stations as well as 750 regular parking spaces and 28 spaces for electric vehicles.
According to Marion County officials, Buc-ee’s will still need to submit a formal proposed site plan to be reviewed by the planning and zoning division before construction can begin.
If all goes well, it would mark the third Buc-ee’s location in Florida. Buc-ee’s has locations off Interstate 95 in Daytona Beach and St. Augustine.
Buc-ee’s is the world’s most-loved travel center. Founded in 1982, Buc-ee’s now has 34 stores across Texas, including the world’s largest convenience store, as well as 10 locations in other states. Buc-ee’s is known for pristine bathrooms, a large amount of fueling positions, friendly service, Buc-ee’s apparel and fresh, delicious food. Originally launched and still headquartered in Texas, Buc-ee’s has combined traditional quality and modern efficiency to redefine the pit stop for their customers. For more information, visit www.buc-ees.com.
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