You are invited to explore the many natural, cultural, and historical treasures Florida has to offer in a brand new way! Whether you are an avid nature lover, a history buff, or simply looking for The Real Florida, the State of Florida's Nature & Heritage Tourism Center is just for you.
Nestled on the historic banks of the Suwannee River, this charming facility serves as a one-stop information center showcasing the many nature-based, cultural and historic venues and events Florida has to offer. Housed under the Center's green roof are exhibits, kiosks, videos and brochures offering endless resources and ideas for you to plan your adventure. Hiking, bicycling, canoeing, birding tours and museums are just a few of the activities you will learn about. In addition, online computers are available to book reservations and aid you in locating various destinations.
The Center is located on the corner of Highway 136 and U.S. Highway 41 in White Springs, Florida. It is easily accessed from I-10 (exit 301) or I-75 (exit 439). Call (386) 397-0921 for more information.
After your visit to the Center, don't miss the opportunity to explore nearby historic White Springs, Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park and Big Shoals Public Lands.