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    O’Leno State Park

    High Springs, Florida

    O’Leno State Park

    O’Leno State Park Professional Guide

    Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

    "If you are an equestrian, horse camping is available. The horse barn has 20 stalls and there are plenty of trails to give your steed a workout. For the wilderness-minded camper, the Sweetwater Lake primitive area requires a 6.5-mile hike in to sites with a privy, but no water or electricity.

    O’Leno is excellent for hiking, wildlife viewing (you may see deer on the entrance road), and especially paddling the quiet and practically unspoiled Santa Fe River. The Santa Fe is known as a brownish-gold tannin-laced river, and in the park, it disappears underground into a sink, reemerging in adjacent River Rise State Preserve more than 3 miles away."

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    High Springs
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    Camping Florida

    Camping, Horseback Riding
    Additional Use
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    Fees per Night
    Tables, in-ground grills, fire rings, pavilion, and complete bathhouses. The Smokehouse campsite and the cabin area have complete shower/restroom facilities. In addition, three other restroom facilities are located in the park. Primitive camping areas have pavilions, campfire circles, and, except for Sweetwater Lake, cold showers.

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