O’LENO STATE PARK MAP FLORIDA
6,000 acres. O’Leno State Park is in north-central Florida. The area includes sandhills and hardwood hammocks, swamps and flatwoods, and there’s a segment of the Sante Fe River, which goes underground for a stretch. Deer, bobcat, and wild turkey are among the wildlife.
Activities: Hiking and backpacking are available on the 12-mile Natural Bridge trail.
Camping Regulations: Camping is limited to one primitive area at Sweet Water Lake. No more than 12 may camp here at one time. It’s necessary to first register and pay a small fee. Fires are permitted in a fire circle provided.
For Further Information: O’Leno State Park, Route 2, Box 1010, High Springs, FL 32643; (904)454-1853.
O’LENO STATE PARK MAP FLORIDA Photo Gallery
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