O'Leno State Park Topo Map

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The major feature of O’Leno State Park is the Santa Fe land bridge, a hardwood hammock and sinkhole area where the Santa Fe River goes underground and reappears a mile or so later. The 6,000-acre park provides places for horseback riding, swimming, fishing, and boating as well as biking and nature trails. It has a large pavilion and kitchen facilities, which make it a favorite destination for folks from Gainesville who use the buildings and grounds for weddings and fraternity parties. Itchetucknee Springs State Park, 12 miles away, offers swimming, canoeing, tubing, and rafting on a clear spring-fed run that feeds into the Santa Fe River near its confluence with the Suwannee. Trails: Paved entrance road, 2.0 miles; dirt and sand double and single tracks, 13.0 miles. Location: Alachua and Columbia Counties.
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High Springs, Florida

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