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Suwanee River State Park


20185 County Road 132
Live Oak, FL 32060
386.362.2746
No Email Address
www.floridastateparks.org/suwanneeriver
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Poor service. Nothing to do. Disappointing experience!

Received from Harold for visit in Apr 2013


Site Number:
Stay Again? NO
We stayed in site #20 FHU, with picnic table and grill/fire ring. On Reserve America it says it is a pull thru, but site #21 and #28 are instead. They have not updated the site map correctly. Call the ranger station for better info than what RA has because it will tell you no 5ths or MH when they will fit into sites. Park is heavily treed and a lot of sites are very narrow and not deep. Park has recently (1/08) finished putting FHU's into campground with a new bathhouse/laundry as well. Sewer hookups are located more forward than the e/w hookups so bring long hoses, the sewer is not sunk into the ground as normal, it is raised almost a foot off the ground. Campground road is twisty which may make it harder to travel with larger RV's. Normally they have a tram tour on Saturdays but have suspended it right now. Canoeing and kayaking can be done on Suwannee River and you can sit in swings in the day area and watch the river go by. Park has a decent playground easily accessible to the campground but no real designated place to swim. There is a train track right outside of the park and several trains go by in the night. Our family wasn't bothered by them but the ones who stayed in tents and pop ups did notice the noise of the horns. TV reception was not very good in park probably due to so many trees. We traveled to Falmouth Springs one day, which is just a swimming hole with tree swings (about 2.5 mi away) and went to Madison Blue Springs the next (about 10 mi away). Madison was by far the nicer of the two and had a diving platform into the springs as well as a nice shallow area in the river to wade with young kids. There are also tree swings along a path behind the picnic area.

Received from for visit in Jul 2008


Site Number: 20
Stay Again? YES



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