Little River Spring. in Suwannee County, is one of the over 200 springs in the Suwannee River Basin and watershed.

There are lots of choices for canoe and kayak leasings along the Suwannee River. Suwannee Canoe Outpost is conveniently situated at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park, near Live Oak.Suwannee Roots Revival is a large music celebration, held at Spirit of the Suwannee Music ParkIts crucial for visitors to the river to understand how important it is to secure just what you bring with you. Take only pictures, and youll have a lifetime of memories.

Dowling Park River Camp is just one of numerous stops available to paddlers along the river.

While the Suwannee River forms up in Georgias Okefenokee Swamp, its essentially navigable from White Springs, near Jasper in Hamilton County, southward. In your canoe, paddlecraft or kayak, youll get to check out the numerous natural wonders of one of Americas best rivers.

Our Natural North Florida area is blessed to have the Suwannee River as its main freshwater tourist attraction. Yes, we have no crowded beaches or amusement park, however we have Floridas longest free flowing river. There are no dams and just a few blockages along its path from White Springs to the Gulf of Mexico.

Paddlers can take advantage of the numerous State Parks-run and managed River Camps. A call to the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail Headquarters at (386) 294-1120 will get you more info. In addition to the River Camps, there are a number of parks (state and personal) and camping areas along the river.

Here are a few points of interest:

Royal Spring County Park Fanning Springs State Park Wes Skiles Peacock Springs State Park Gornto Springs ParkFishing at the mouth of the Suwannee River near the Gulf of MexicoTheres a lot of extra details on paddling our picturesque riverss and waterways HERE. Our 60+page Suwannee River Wilderness Trail Paddling Guide is offered online as a PDF.

Download the Paddling Guide HERE and prepare your journey!

Our Natural North Florida area is blessed to have the Suwannee River as its primary freshwater destination. While the Suwannee River forms up in Georgias Okefenokee Swamp, its basically navigable from White Springs, near Jasper in Hamilton County, southward. In addition to the River Camps, there are a number of parks (state and private) and camping sites along the river. Suwannee Canoe Outpost is easily located at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park, near Live Oak.Suwannee Roots Revival is a large music celebration, held at Spirit of the Suwannee Music ParkIts crucial for visitors to the river to understand how important it is to take out just what you bring with you.