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Suwannee River State Park

Planning Your Vacation in Suwannee River State Park

With a rich Civil War history and a wealth of unique flora and fauna, Suwannee River State Park is an ideal destination, whatever your interests. Offering a broad range of recreational activities, plus panoramic vistas across the river, this special part of Florida gives vacationers the chance to get away from it all.

The Best Hiking Trails in Suwannee River State Park

Suwannee River State Park cabins provide vacationers with the opportunity to enjoy more than 18 miles of hiking trails. Taking you through forests and along the river, each trail allows you to explore a different section of the park. As the trails range in age and ability suitability, you simply need to choose the best route for your group.

  • Big Oak Loop Trail

    This easy 10.1-mile trail crosses the Suwanee River and takes hikers through the forest. Wildlife watching is popular along this trial, and you can expect to see many wildflowers in spring.

  • Lime Spring Trail

    This 1.2-mile trail suitable for children provides the chance to see turtles in their natural habitat. Following the river bend, the route also takes hikers across a number of old bridges.

  • Sandhill Trail

    Another easy trail suitable for kids, this route covers 0.8 miles and passes sunny pine forests and Columbus Cemetary. There is also an excellent spot to stop and enjoy a picnic along the route.

The Best Family Activities in Suwannee River State Park

Families visiting Suwannee River State Park will find a host of activities to choose from. Staying in Suwannee River State Park hotels means you can enjoy lazy days out on the river, mornings looking for local birds, or adrenaline-fueled afternoons on the area's mountain bike trails. Whatever your family's interests, you're sure to find the right activity at Suwannee River State Park.

  • Canoeing and kayaking

    A popular way to explore the park from the water, canoes and kayaks can be used on both the Suwanee and Withlacoochee rivers. Suwannee River State Park cabins provide excellent access to the area's ramps, where other vessels can also be launched.

  • Birding

    Herons, egrets, and wood ducks are all found along the river, with red-tailed hawks, woodpeckers, barred owls, and warblers common in the forest. The ideal destination for birders, the park is also part of Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trails.

  • Biking

    With paved routes for young or less experienced cyclists, a variety of off-road trails for mountain bikers, plus a fat-tire route that takes you through pine and hardwood forests, there's something for everyone at Suwannee River State Park.

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