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OLeno State Park


410 S.E. Oleno Park Road
High Springs, FL 32643
386.454.1853
No Email Address
http://www.floridastateparks.org/oleno/
2 Reviews
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We had site #17. Sites are very sandy and heavily treed with a narrow dirt road that leads into them. 2 campgrounds-only one suitable for larger rigs. Each site has picnic table, fire ring/grill, and water. Our site was hard to back into because of narrow road and undergrowth directly across from site was thick. Playground in center of camping loop was nice and there were newer bathhouses. We mostly went to tube on the Lchnetucknee River. O'Leno has nice amenities in park-suspension bridge, CCC museum, bike trails, hiking trails, swimming area, 17 cabins and rec/dining hall for groups, bike rentals, canoe rentals, fire wood for sale, Jr Ranger program, and several ranger programs. Water in park does smell like sulfa. We would camp here again but chose a different site.

Received from for visit in Jun 2008


Site Number: 17
Stay Again? YES
This is a very rustic campground - lots of privacy between sites. Very nice, clean, updated bathrooms - the showers each have a separate changing area with heat lamps. The park is about 12 miles away from Itchnetucknee State Park, which is a very popular place in the summertime for tubing. There is a paved bike path that connects the two parks.

Received from Cindy B for visit in Feb 2008


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES



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