The Wilderness Trail was designed around recreation hubs, such as state parks and small towns, which feature activity centers, visitor services, and proximity to the river. From these hubs visitors can explore the surrounding areas by canoe, boat, bicycle, horseback, or foot.
The District has partnered with Florida State Parks to build comfortable cabins and rustic river camps for overnight stays along the Wilderness Trail. River camps, accessible only by foot or from the river, offering screened sleeping platforms, screened pavilions for dining and group activities, and restrooms are located at the following District properties:
For more information and/or to reserve lodging, call 800.868.9914 or visit the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail website.
Boat Ramps and Canoe Launches
For information on boat ramps and canoe launches along the upper and lower Suwannee River plus portions of the Alapaha, Santa Fe, and Withlacoochee rivers, see our Boat Ramps & Canoe Launches map (PDF, 3.29MB). Those familiar with user-generated maps and XML may want to download the KML file.
Boat Ramps & Canoe Launches poster (PDF, 3.73MB)
April 1, 2015 - The District will be conducting a prescribed fires today on the Steinhatchee Springs tract in southwestern Lafayette County and the Devil's Hammock tract in central Levy County. For the safety of recreational users, public access to burn areas will be closed during burning operations. Contact Scott Gregor, Natural Resource Specialist at 386.362.8130 for additional information.