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Located along the banks of the scenic Santa Fe River, a tributary of the Suwannee River, the park features sinkholes, hardwood hammocks, river swamps, and sandhills. As the river courses through the park, it disappears underground and reemerges over...more
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We are veteran trail walkers in the Florid pRks system, and annual members of the parks. These trails have lost their blazes and the map is very confusing. We finally realise we were lost and just doubled back. It takes so little to walk a...More
We only stopped here for one night and were delighted with the camp site. We were impressed with the expansive things to do at this state park. We would like to go back and stay for a few days or more to explore the horseback...More
My husband and his friends come up here in the winter for camping in the bunk houses. He’s been coming for years and we happen to be in the area so he wanted to take me to see the area.
Very serene location. Was raining...More
We enjoy visiting and walking the shorter trail that crosses the suspension bridge. The trail is well marked and our dogs enjoy the scents. The river is nice to walk next to and the tree cover provides nice shade. The trail has benches and places...More
I stayed at O'leno with my family in June 2018. We found the campground quiet and well maintained. Well worth the drive for my family from all ends of Florida. We brought bikes and biked the roadways and then hiked the trails. Saturday morning we...More