O'Leno State Park / River Rise State Preserve Topo Map

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Includes: Limestone Trail, River Sink Trail, Partner's Branch Loop, River Rise Trail. This 6,000-acre park sounds like a place that could have been named after some obscure Irish clan, but O’Leno has a far more colorful and bizarre history. In a roundabout way, the name derives from the small settlement established here on the banks of the Santa Fe in the early 1800s. It was first called Keno, after a form of lotto gambling. Religious leaders found the name unsuitable and managed to have it changed to Leno, perhaps because “L” is the next letter after “K.” This short loop trail meanders through a transitional forest of hardwood and pine. The Santa Fe River flows through the park, disappearing underground for three miles before returning to the surface. Sinkholes, hardwood hammocks, and sandhill communities line the trail.
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High Springs, Florida

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