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Suwannee River Attractions

We are famous for our Suwannee River attractions. For more information on the Suwannee River, you can go to

Below is a list of some of the attractions and State Parks that go along the Suwannee. People stay at the Lake City Campground and go to day trips to the Suwannee. It is a nice day getaway.


Go tubing down the Suwanee River.
For information on tubing from the north entrance (3.5 hour float) please call the North Ranger Station between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (386-497-1216) seven (7) days a week.

For information on tubing from the south entrance (1.5 hour or 45 minute float) please call the South Ranger Station between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. (386-497-2302) seven (7) days a week.

For more information please call the park office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (386-497-4690) Monday through Friday.




Outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike revel in opportunities for adventure as well as serenity and relaxation. Freshwater springs, lakes and rivers offer diverse forms of water play, from diving and snorkeling to canoeing and tubing. Year-round festivals and special events attract thousands of visitors, local residents and artists to celebrate Florida roots and cultural heritage. And shoppers delight in the numerous antique and collectible stores that beckon with a wealth of unique trinkets and treasures.
Suwannee River For more information, call Florida Tourist Info Center at 386-758-1312 or toll free 877-746-4778.


Open daily from 8 a.m. to sundown. Exhibits are open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Special events are scheduled at the center throughout the year. Events include presentations of folk art, crafts, and the performing arts. For more information please call 386-397-2733.


It’s a short stroll from the trailhead through an open meadow into the lush woods surrounding Falling Creek, a tributary of the Suwannee River. A well-built boardwalk winds through a floodplain forest of bald cypress, sweetgum, and magnolia. You hear the falls well before you see them. At not quite 1/4 mile, you reach an observation platform overlooking the burbling tannic water. Stand and enjoy the cool rush of air and the ambiance of one of Florida’s rare natural waterfalls before you continue to the end of the boardwalk for a pretty picture – the waterfall framed by the forest.


The Suwannee Bicycle Association is a non-profit, membership organization formed to promote environmental awareness and family fitness through bicycling and other outdoor activities in the Suwannee River region. Located in White Springs, Florida, the organization seeks to help people obtain a greater understanding and appreciation of natural ecosystems, history and cultural heritage of the Suwannee River Region.
The Suwannee Bicycle Association is affiliated with Adventure Cycling Association, League of American Bicyclists, International Mountain Bike Association (IMBA), and NORBA. SBA supports the efforts of Hostelling International. SBA conducts educational trips, bicycling, hiking and canoeing in the region, maintains a headquarters building with a libarary of resouce materials and maps. SBA publishes and distributes educational brochures and pamphlets about the region. SBA also helps develop and maintain public bicycle, hiking, and canoe trails and helps establish environmental interpretation facilites along them.
Conducts trips: bicycling, canoeing and kayaking, hiking, snorkeling and spring hopping in the region.
Maintains a headquarters building with maps, resource materials and interpretative information,
Publishes and distributes educational brochures and pamphlets about the region. SBA also helps develop and maintain public bicycle, hiking and canoe trails and helps establish environmental interpretation facilities along them.

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Check out these golf courses nearby

Quail Heights Country Club

1 mile South of U.S. 90 on Branford Hwy. S.R. 247 27-hole championship golf course: the Creeks nine, the Ponds nine and the most recent, the Dunes nine. The club has a restaurant, pro shop, swimming pool, bar, catering and ball room services. Semi-private, visitors welcome. To contact them call them at 386-752-3339 or visit their website at

Southern Oaks Golf Club

West off US 90 and I-75 on the Service road Semi-private, 18-hole championship golf course. 9 holes bring scenic Lake Harris into play, while the pine-bordered back nine offers a distinctly different challenge. The club has four tennis courts, an Olympic-size pool, bar, restaurant and club, a well-stocked golf shop, driving range and golf professionals. Out-of-town visitors welcome. To contact them call 386-752-2266 or visit their website at

Suwannee River Valley Country Club

8055 Highway 129 S, Jasper, FL 32052, Phone number: 904-792-1990

This Northern Florida course offers surprisingly hilly terrain, and a good variety of holes ranging from straight, doglegs, short and long. Water does not come into play. Hole #7, a 431-yard, par 4, is considered the signature hole and the most difficult hole on the course. There are additional sets of tees that can be used when playing an eighteen hole round.

Attractions Near Campground

Santa Fe River Canoe Outpost

Canoe in the most beautiful part of Florida, the Santa Fe Canoe Outpost offers a wide variety of paddling excursions on the Santa Fe, Ichetucknee, and Suwannee Rivers. As you float lazily downstream, you will experience river banks filled with pines, cypress, oaks, and other hardwoods. An abundance of wildlife can be sighted year round, including several species of turtles, birds and fish. In addition, on special occasions, beaver, otter, deer, wild boar, and, of course, our old friend the alligator. For more information, call 386-454-2050 or visit their web site

Ginnie Springs

Enjoy seven crystal-clear, freshwater springs nestled in over 200 wooded acres along the banks of the Santa Fe River. Cavern & cave diving, canoeing, scuba diving & swimming. No pets allowed. It is open everyday of the year. The water in the springs is 72 degrees year round. For information call 386-454-7188 or visit their web site at

Webb’s Antique Mall

Hours: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. 7 days a week
Founded in 1995, this large 50,000 square foot antique mall has been a long time “stop over” for many people traveling north and south on I-75. Many regulars frequent the mall for the bargains that come in. Conveniently located and open 7 days a week, it is a wonderful place to spend a few hours or even a day. Over 400 booths and cases.  For more information, call 386-758-5564.

Wild Adventures Theme Park

Choose from 59 rides, 17 shows, 26 concerts & events, and from 84 animals. This is a huge park that is famous for no lines because they have so much at this location. It is only 45 minutes from our campground and a popular destination spot and a great place to take the kids. They have a water park for a good cool down.

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