Suwannee River State Park

About a quarter mile past the ranger station, a high bluff overlooks the spot where the Withlacoochee River joins the Suwannee River on its way to the Gulf of Mexico. Vestiges of history in the park show how important the Suwannee River was to Florida history. Along the river are long mounds of earthworks built during the Civil War to guard against incursions by Union Navy gunboats. Other remnants from the past include one of the state´s oldest cemeteries, and a paddle-wheel shaft from a 19th century steamboat. Five trails, ranging from a quarter mile to 18 miles, loop through surrounding woodlands and provide panoramic views of the rivers. Other activities include fishing, picnicking, and canoeing.



Bicycling, Birding, Canoeing, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Water Recreation


Campfires Permitted, Dump Station, Full Hookups, Number of Sites: 30, Picnic Area, Showers

Fishing Type

Freshwater Fishing, Light Tackle Fishing, Near Shore Fishing

Guest Information

Family Friendly