Winter on the river

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Sunrise over the Suwannee River along the Wilderness Trail

Come out and enjoy a spring paddling trip on the beautiful Suwannee River. Start your day on the river with the morning sun glancing through the trees and steam rising as warm waters meet the cool air. You can end your day with hot showers and a warm campfire in one of our five river camps. Currently the river is at an optimal level for paddling, with the clear running springs found along the river just begging you to stop for a swim.

The river camps are intended to be used by paddlers or through hikers on the Florida Trail. To maintain the wilderness experience drive in camping is not available. Many private, state, and county locations are also available to stay overnight or restock supplies. Our homepage has all the information you need to plan your trip by using the links in bold print. Feel free to call us with any unanswered questions, or you can call one of the local outfitters who are also experts on the river conditions and accommodations.

The Suwannee River is ever changing, every visit will be unique. River conditions can change overnight depending on weather. As your visit approaches you can use the following website to check on conditions with the live river level readings at