O'Leno State Park

River Sink

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Location: O'Leno State Park, on U.S. 441, 10 km north of High Springs.
Open: All year 8 to sundown.
Fee: Car with 1 adult USD 4, Car with up to 8 adults USD 5, Motorcycle USD 2.
Classification: KarstPonor
Guided tours:  
Address: O'Leno State Park, 410 S.E. Oleno Park Road, High Springs, Florida 32643, Tel: +1-386-454-1853.
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O'Leno State Park has a lot of sinkholes and other impressive karst features. It lies along the scenic Santa Fe River, a tributary of the Suwannee River. This river disappears underground and reemerges five kilometre away in the River Rise State Preserve. The place where the river disappears is called The Sink and may be reached on the River Trail.