WWALS SRWT Interactive Map

Follow this link to the interactive map, which is also embedded below:

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This map is updated from time to time from the SRWT spreadsheet of the Suwannee River Water Trail (SRWT).

The five River Camps offer air-conditioned bathrooms with hot and cold running water, five screened sleeping platforms wotj electricity, primitive camping, and fire pits. Reservations for river camps are made through the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail at 800.868.9914. Reservations for cabins are made through Reserve America (800.326.3521 or 866 I CAMP FL).

Updated 2019-09-27: Now includes all landings in the Okefenokee Wilderness Area Canoe Trails.

Updated 2019-04-21: Now includes the Cypress Creek South Launch on the Suwannee River, as well as all the Suwannee River Basin landings in the Okefenokee Wilderness Area Canoe Trails using as main mile reference the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge Canoe Tail Map), and all the landings and boat ramps SRWMD lists on the Santa Fe River.

See also Maps Wanted for more things we want to make from the spreadsheet.

Static Maps

These static maps may not be up to date with the latest interactive map.



Sources and Notes

Many of the access points and confluences are from SRWMD’s SRWT two-page map, plus Anderson Spring.

The springs are first and second magnitude springs from the Florida Springs Map by the Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute, plus a few in Georgia.