One of Florida's first state parks, O'Leno State Park was first settled by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's. The recreation center is arranged along the banks of the picturesque Santa Fe River, a tributary of the Suwannee River, and comprises sinkholes, hardwood lofts, stream swamps, and sandhills. As the stream arrangements through the recreation center, it vanishes underground and re-develops more than 5 kilometers 3 miles far from the River Rise Preserve State Park.
O'Leno State Park gives guests the event to loosen up in an indigenous habitat. Guests can take delight by using a day of climbing or biking on the recreation center's shaded trails. The Santa Fe River is a staggering spot to dispatch a kayak or take a stab at angling along its banks. Structures are situated along the waterway's edge, offering a quiet milieu for picnicking and unwinding. The shady, full-office campground is the perfect place for an unwinding overnight remain.