Ocoee, Tennessee

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Ocoee is an unincorporated community in Polk County, Tennessee, United States. Although it is unincorporated, it has a post office, with the ZIP code of 37361.[1]


Its elevation is 797 feet (243 m), and it is located at 35°7′28″N 84°43′6″W / 35.12444°N 84.71833°W / 35.12444; -84.71833 (35.1245194, -84.7181327).[2] Ocoee is located at the intersection of US 64/US 74 and US 411/SR 33.


Ocoee's economy is fueled by the Cherokee National Forest and the Ocoee River which is known for its whitewater rafting. The upper section of the Ocoee was home to the 1996 Olympics for slalom racing.

Ocoee has a McDonald's, a Dollar General Store, a Hardee's, a Huddle House, grocery store/supermarket, a bank and the Whitewater Inn. On November 30,2016, an EF3 tornado touched down in Ocoee, causing two deaths and severe damage to a post office and a shop.