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Park is beautiful. Main attraction is the swimming area and rustic remains of the original town of Keno which became O'leno. There is a swimming area in the river and a walk through the forest along the river to the place where the river goes underground, all very interesting.…
Great place to visit for all ages. We strolled the River trail, and it was gorgeous. Well maintained trails and facilities.
Love our state parks. We had site 26 in the Magnolia campground. Level, spacious and shade. W/E and dump station. The other campground Dogwood was better for popups and tents. Multiple hiking and biking trails. Clean bathrooms. Historical buildings and a museum.
We camped in the Dogwood loop which is nice and private. It's definitely the " real Florida" as advertised! Bathrooms are centrally located. The road is tight so it's a little challenge getting the camper in the campsite. The Magnolia loop road is a bit wider but the bathrooms…
We camped several nights at O'Leno State Park in January 2020. The park has lots of natural attractions but lacks managememt to make it a great park. Ecotic plants are taking over the park. There are lots of exibits in the Nature Center but few of them are labeled. This park…