There are hills in central Florida and if you feel the need to visit some, take a drive east of Highway 75 on State Road 52 to San Antonio and St. Leo. Look for the water tower which sits at the center of the City and towers over the City Hall, the Volunteer Fire Department and (most importantly) a great Mexican restaurant called Pancho Villa. Just a block away is the St, Anthony Catholic School which has been in the City for 125 years. San Antonio hosts the famous Rattlesnake Festival every year in October. Just east of San Antonio is St. Leo and the location (not surprisingly) of St. Leo University. The University has 1,000 resident students and also runs 17 continuing education centers in seven states with a current enrollment of 13,000. Just opposite the University Gates is the St. Leo Abbey Golf Course which is a lovely course with rolling hills. And, when you’ve enjoyed the hills and the view you can drive a bit further to the capital of East Pasco County – Dade City.
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