SRWT Points

Points on the SRWT map

Last update: 2023-07-07

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Okefenokee Swamp Park Public LandWaterRestroomsShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Public Land

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 31.056794, -82.272327

OWNERSHIP: Public, .Okefenokee Association Inc. PARCEL 118 001

ACCESS: WATER, RESTROOMS, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Okefenokee Swamp

ADDRESS: 5700 Okefenokee Swamp Park Road Waycross, GA 31503, Ware, Charlton Counties.

DESCRIPTION: “”Located in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, the Okefenokee Swamp Park is a convenient point of entry and a magnificent show-window for the “Land of the Trembling Earth.”””

WEBSITE: https://okeswamp.com/

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Kingfisher Landing RampCampingWaterRestroomsShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.95473, -82.137655

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete, CAMPING, WATER, RESTROOMS, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Middle Fork Suwannee River

MILE: 32.31

ADDRESS: About 13 miles north of Folkston, on US Route 1/GA Hwy 121. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: It features a boat ramp, information kiosk, and restroom facilities for day-use and overnight visitors. Access to the Red and Green trails. Visitors must sign in and out of the landing, for their own protection. Entrance fees are required at Kingfisher Landing.

WEBSITE: http://www.n-georgia.com/okefenokee-nwr-entrances.html

DOWNSTREAM: 12 miles from Kingfisher Landing to Maul Hammock Canoe Shelter

PHONE NUMBER: (912) 496-7836

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Maul Hammock Canoe Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 31.0162467, -82.2565789

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: overnight platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $15/person, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Middle Fork Suwannee River

MILE: 20.31

ADDRESS: This platform is located on the left edge of Maul Hammock Lake, so be sure to look behind you to find your overnight stop. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: The lake, and the other lakes along the Red Trail, provide good fishing opportunities, and this site is one of the most remote locations along the overnight camping trails. Enjoy beautiful night sky viewing from this location.

WEBSITE: http://canoeing.com/kingfisher-landing-spirit-suwannee-park/

UPSTREAM: 12 miles from Maul Hammock Canoe Shelter to Kingfisher Landing

DOWNSTREAM: 11 miles from Maul Hammock Canoe Shelter to Big Water Canoe Shelter

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Big Water Canoe Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.936685, -82.2797752

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: overnight platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $15/person, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Middle Fork Suwannee River

MILE: 9.31

ADDRESS: The platform, located on the red trail, is at the north end of Big Water Lake. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: The area provides great fishing opportunities (seasonally). Night sky and sunrise/sunset viewing opportunities.

WEBSITE: http://canoeing.com/kingfisher-landing-spirit-suwannee-park/

UPSTREAM: 11 miles from Big Water Canoe Shelter to Maul Hammock Canoe Shelter

DOWNSTREAM: 6.85 miles from Big Water Canoe Shelter to Minnies Lake Canoe Shelter

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Minnies Lake Canoe Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.8612425, -82.3234769

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: day platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Middle Fork Suwannee River

MILE: 2.46

ADDRESS: Two and a half miles up the Middle Fork of the Suwannee River. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Very nice for a day trip.

WEBSITE: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Minnies+Lake+Canoe+Shelter/@30.8612425, -82.3256656, 672m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef8f5d6281bb7d:0x6149813879306dc7!8m2!3d30.8612425!4d-82.3234769

UPSTREAM: 6.85 miles from Minnies Lake Canoe Shelter to Big Water Canoe Shelter

DOWNSTREAM: 3.07 miles from Minnies Lake Canoe Shelter to Billys Island Landing

PHOTO: https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipMTgQotZH8GmWXwQ4AhqOvhcUxQONZqWErdO8nL=w408-h306-k-no

PHOTOSET: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Minnies+Lake+Canoe+Shelter/@30.8612425, -82.3256656, 672m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef8f5d6281bb7d:0x6149813879306dc7!8m2!3d30.8612425!4d-82.3234769

PHOTO SOURCE: Google maps

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Middle Fork Suwannee River Confluence Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.8349, -82.34313

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 247.85

ADDRESS: Little more than a mile up the Suwannee River from Stephen C. Foster State Park Ramp, the Middle Fork comes in from the north. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: At the central crossroads of the Okefenokee Swamp, paddle north up the Middle Fork to Minnies Lake, Floyd’s Island, Big Water, and Maul Hammock.

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/02/dad578fd267908d691f391bc507ec1ae.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/02/05/wwals-okefenokee-billys-island-outing-2016-12-10/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Bluff Lake Canoe Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.8782046, -82.1505753

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: overnight platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $15/person, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Green Trail Okefenokee Swamp

MILE: 12.00

ADDRESS: This site is located on the Green Trail (accessible from Kingfisher Landing). Paddle across Bluff Lake to get to the overnight shelter. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Stars are beautiful on a dark night.

WEBSITE: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campsites/583321

DOWNSTREAM: 8.00 miles from Bluff Lake Canoe Shelter to Floyds Island Cabin

PHOTO: https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipOPtALFHEbhk09-pRwhRP_Ptr0z_1TjdugXNRUq=w408-h839-k-no

PHOTOSET: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Bluff+Lake+Canoe+Shelter/@30.8782046, -82.152764, 17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88e5630d26bac585:0x5f3f8c6fcdbc569f!8m2!3d30.8782046!4d-82.1505753

PHOTO SOURCE: Google maps

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Floyds Island Cabin LaunchCampingRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic AreaHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.8566, -82.2653916

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: island bank, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $15/person, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Green Trail Okefenokee Swamp

MILE: 4.00

ADDRESS: This island is located on the Green Trail. If you are camping on Floyds Island as a through trip, you must portage across the island. The portage is approximately 1/4 mile. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: The Floyds Island cabin is deep in the heart of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. This historic cabin was built by the Hebard Cypress Company and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. **Currently, the historic Floyds Cabin is off-limits to visitors due to severe damage from a fallen tree early in 2019. The campsite is located immediately in front of the cabin.

WEBSITE: https://www.facebook.com/okefenokeewildliferefuge/photos/a.115455901807664/2188300654523168/?type=1&theater

UPSTREAM: 8.00 miles from Floyds Island Cabin to Bluff Lake Canoe Shelter

PHOTO: https://scontent.fhhr1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/45737614_2188300657856501_7117319112270807040_n.jpg?_nc_cat=107&_nc_oc=AQnhpSzwtBF9-nfpK8tsUJs9IzLoxf0zYzwf2pchG6Y-60ob152MLn3dtVKCnKW8pUrkXKLeFflGbgm8qNShCMGC&_nc_ht=scontent.fhhr1-1.fna&oh=ab597dd8702b6cce8543ca89d095a26c&oe=5D39BAB2

PHOTOSET: https://www.facebook.com/okefenokeewildliferefuge/photos/a.115455901807664/2188300654523168/?type=1&theater

PHOTO SOURCE: Okefenokee NWR

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Monkey Lake Canoe Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.67447846, -82.206027

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: overnight platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $15/person, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Pink Trail Okefenokee Swamp

MILE: 24.00

ADDRESS: Located in Grand Prairie on the Pink Trail on the edge of Monkey Lake, Ware County.

DESCRIPTION: with the back of the platform surrounded by scrub/shrub habitat. Be sure to take the time to paddle past the overnight stop to Buzzards Roost—this wide open lake provides great wildlife viewing and fishing opportunities.

WEBSITE: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campsites/583272

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“Main Entrance, Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge” Public LandCampingCanoe RentalWaterRestroomsShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Public Land

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.739, -82.14

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete, CANOE, CAMPING, WATER, RESTROOMS, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee Canal

MILE: 18.40

ADDRESS: 4159 Suwannee Canal Road, Folkston, GA 31537. From Folkston, travel south on GA Hwy. 121/23 and follow the signs 8 miles to the entrance. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: “”Suwannee Canal Recreation Area is a federal facility located deep in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Known as the eastern access to the 396, 000-acre wildlife refuge, it is the site of the visitors center. This site provides the best road access to the open water prairies of the Okefenokee. Other habitats surrounding the Area include shrub-scrub forest and cypress domes.””

WEBSITE: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/visit/plan_your_visit.html

OTHER REFERENCE: https://sherpaguides.com/georgia/wildlife_viewing/colonial_coast/76.html

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2016/11/16f05c5250e01303b6f2863278153eef.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2016/11/22/pictures-pioneer-day-okefenokee-nwr-2016-11-19/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (912) 496-7836

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Suwannee Canal Boat Ramp RampCampingCanoe RentalWaterRestroomsShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.73848915, -82.14082336

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete, CANOE, CAMPING, WATER, RESTROOMS, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee Canal

MILE: 18.40

ADDRESS: 4159 Suwannee Canal Road, Folkston, GA 31537. From Folkston, travel south on GA Hwy. 121/23 and follow the signs 8 miles to the entrance. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: “”Okefenokee Adventures (concession operation) offers guided boat tours, canoe/kayak rentals, boat rentals, and a gift shop are all available to visitors. Okefenokee Adventures also provides food service on-site and is a great place to stop in and pick up any last minute items for your trip in the swamp and to check out what the most recent wildlife sightings have been. For information about the refuge, call the Visitor Center at 912-496-7836. For information about guided boat tours and boat rentals, contact Okefenokee Adventures at 912-496-7156.””

WEBSITE: https://sherpaguides.com/georgia/wildlife_viewing/colonial_coast/76.html

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/visit/plan_your_visit.html

DOWNSTREAM: 1.40 miles from Suwannee Canal Boat Ramp to Cedar Hammock Canoe Shelter

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2016/11/b806818906dc60d13f33e2a138dbd0a9.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2016/11/22/pictures-pioneer-day-okefenokee-nwr-2016-11-19/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (912) 496-7836

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Cedar Hammock Canoe Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.74847649, -82.1730502

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $15/person, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee Canal

MILE: 17.00

ADDRESS: This floating platform is located in Mizell Prairie on the yellow trail. Only three miles from the boat ramp at the Suwannee Canal Recreation Area (SCRA),, Ware County.

DESCRIPTION: this location is great for less experienced paddlers and/or families with children!

WEBSITE: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campsites/583273

UPSTREAM: 1.40 miles from Cedar Hammock Canoe Shelter to Suwannee Canal Boat Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 8.60 miles from Cedar Hammock Canoe Shelter to Coffee Bay Day Use Shelter

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Coffee Bay Day Use Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.7616351, -82.227

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: day platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee Canal

MILE: 8.40

ADDRESS: Only a few miles down Suwannee Canal. Ware County.

DESCRIPTION: “”It was just a high strip of ground between the swamp and the canal, but had a covered picnic area and a composting toilet.””

WEBSITE: https://paddling.com/paddle/trips/okefenokee-swamp-in-georgia-weekend-trip-report/?lat=30.7826&lng=-82.2469&zoom=11

UPSTREAM: 8.60 miles from Coffee Bay Day Use Shelter to Cedar Hammock Canoe Shelter

DOWNSTREAM: 4.00 miles from Coffee Bay Day Use Shelter to Round Top Canoe Shelter

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Round Top Canoe Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.8036186, -82.2199942

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: overnight platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $15/person, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee Canal

MILE: 4.40

ADDRESS: Located on the Purple Trail in Chase Prairie, Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: this site has a 360 degree view that doesn’t disappoint. This site provides some of the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets.

WEBSITE: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campsites/583270

UPSTREAM: 4.00 miles from Round Top Canoe Shelter to Coffee Bay Day Use Shelter

DOWNSTREAM: 3.10 miles from Round Top Canoe Shelter to Canal Run Campsite

PHOTO: https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipPTbtM7MjkfPG3_Qx1L90k-yDfoOejZCOfs2WTT=w493-h240-k-no

PHOTOSET: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Round+Top+Canoe+Shelter/@30.8019079, -82.2312566, 13.5z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef8781635d58e1:0x16ed01c6dc9751c7!8m2!3d30.8036186!4d-82.2199942

PHOTO SOURCE: Google maps

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Canal Run Campsite LaunchCampingRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.815353, -82.2529695

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: overnight platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $15/person, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee Canal

MILE: 1.30

ADDRESS: On the edge of the historic Suwannee Canal on the Orange Trail. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Surrounded by pines, cypress, and loblolly bays dripping with spanish moss. Campfires, in the provided fire ring, are permitted here.

WEBSITE: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campsites/583271

UPSTREAM: 3.10 miles from Canal Run Campsite to Round Top Canoe Shelter

PHOTO: https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipPJP1lBbS8DV-yJYIbBc6vyRGlZeIymmBnpZMBD=w408-h839-k-no

PHOTOSET: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Canal+run+campsite/@30.815353, -82.2551582, 17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef864c2bd87877:0xe6d400936c4b1b2e!8m2!3d30.815353!4d-82.2529695

PHOTO SOURCE: Google maps

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Suwannee Canal Confluence TributaryHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.818824, -82.274439

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

WATER BODY: East Fork Suwannee River

MILE: 4.70

ADDRESS: Between Billys Island and Canal Run Campsite, Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: This failed attempt to drain the Swamp east now channels water west into the Suwannee River.

HISTORIC FACTS: In 1889, the Georgia General Assembly offered to sell the Okefenokee Swamp. In 1890 the Suwannee Canal Company paid $26.5 cents per acre for 238, 120 acres, and i 1891 started building the Suwannee Canal in an attempt to drain the Swamp east into the St. Marys River. Stream shovels, convict labor, and even gold miners failed to get through Trail Ridge.

WEBSITE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suwannee_Canal

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Billys Island Landing LaunchHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.8318809, -82.3336403

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: steps to wooden dock, DOCK

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 247.24

ADDRESS: Only two miles up the Suwannee River from Stephen C. Foster State Park. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Remnants of logging operation and a cemetery.

HISTORIC FACTS: Native Americans long lived in the Land of the Trembling Earth. During the Seminole Wars in the early nineteenth century, Billy Bowlegs was the leader of a party of Indians, escaped slaves, and AWOL soldiers who used Billys Island as a base. By 1838, the U.S. Army had taken over the island. In the 1850s the Lee family moved to the island, farming, fishing, hunting, and foraging. The Georgia land sale of the entire swamp in 1889 to the Suwannee Canal Company did not disturb the Lees. Once that failed, the Hebard family bought he Swamp in 1901 and started logging all the cypress in the swamp and pine trees on the islands they could get. The island briefly boombed with movies, a church, and whisky stills. The Lees sued, lost, and left. The loggers left in 1926 and the Lees returned. The U.S. purchased the Swamp in 1937. Persuaded by scientific research since 1912 and especially naturalist Francis Lee, President Franklin D. Roosevelt created the Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge by executive order in 1937.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2017/02/05/wwals-okefenokee-billys-island-outing-2016-12-10/

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: https://traveltips.usatoday.com/history-billys-island-okefenokee-swamp-georgia-55056.html

DOWNSTREAM: 1.71 miles from Billys Island Landing to Stephen C. Foster State Park Ramp

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/02/afa2f3ca3fdb686465e3c08f032d7acd.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/02/05/wwals-okefenokee-billys-island-outing-2016-12-10/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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East Fork Suwannee River Confluence Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.83475, -82.3431

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 246.62

ADDRESS: Little more than a mile up the Suwannee River from Stephen C. Foster State Park Ramp. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: At the central crossroads of the Okefenokee Swamp, paddle east on the East Fork to Billys Island, and on up the Suwannee Canal for more stops on the way to the Refuge Main Entrance.

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/02/dad578fd267908d691f391bc507ec1ae.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/02/05/wwals-okefenokee-billys-island-outing-2016-12-10/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Craven’s Hammock Canoe Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.8866211, -82.4174371

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: overnight platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: North Fork Suwannee River

MILE: 5.14

ADDRESS: Five miles up from the Confluence of the North Fork Suwannee River at the Sill. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: One of the least-visted Okefenokee Swamp platforms.

WEBSITE: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Craven’s+Hammock+Canoe+Shelter/@30.8866211, -82.4196258, 672m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef90446e1bf019:0x788f61b94039aca0!8m2!3d30.8866211!4d-82.4174371

DOWNSTREAM: 5.14 miles from Craven’s Hammock Canoe Shelter to North Fork Suwannee River at the Sill

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North Fork Suwannee River at the Sill Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.81875, -82.41392

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: North Fork Suwannee River

GAUGE: SCFSP

MILE: 0.00

ADDRESS: From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to CR 177; turn left and travel towards Stephen C. Foster State Park. Go 11.2 miles and turn left on Suwannee River Sill. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Walk up the sill and put in at the North Fork of the Suwannee River.

UPSTREAM: 5.14 miles from North Fork Suwannee River at the Sill to Craven’s Hammock Canoe Shelter

DOWNSTREAM: 1.40 miles from North Fork Suwannee River at the Sill to Suwannee River Sill Ramp

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North Fork Suwannee River Confluence Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.81875, -82.41392

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: SCFSP

MILE: 241.35

ADDRESS: From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to CR 177; turn left and travel towards Stephen C. Foster State Park. Go 11.2 miles and turn left on Suwannee River Sill. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Where the North Fork meets the main branch of the Suwannee River.

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Sill or Big Water Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.832025, -82.360239

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: SCFSP

MILE: 245.53

ADDRESS: On the Suwannee River across from the end of the access canal for Stephen C. Foster State Park Ramp. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Points right or upstream to Billys Island, MInnie’s Lake, and Big Water, and left or downstream to River Narrows, Suwannee River Sill, Cravens Hammock, and Mixons Hammock.

GRN: Yes

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-11-07–okefenokee-floyds-island/20201107_103607.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-11-07–okefenokee-floyds-island/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Stephen C. Foster State Park Gauge River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.826364, -82.361733

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 113.5

Highest safe: 115

GAUGE: SCFSP

MILE: 245.53

ADDRESS: 17515 GA-177, Fargo, GA 31631. From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to CR 177; turn left and travel to Stephen C. Foster State Park. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Call Stephen C. Foster State Park and ask: 912-637-5274. Their recommended minimum is 113.5, maximum 115. Right now it’s above 116. Downstream from the Sill, use the Fargo gauge.

AKA: SCFSP Gauge

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: https://gastateparks.org/StephenCFoster

PHONE NUMBER: (912) 637-5274

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Stephen C. Foster State Park @ GA 177 Public LandCampingCanoe RentalFoodWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic AreaHandicapped Accessible

CATEGORIES: Public Land

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.826364, -82.361733

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete on paved access road, plus grassy canal side, DOCK, CANOE, CAMPING: “RV, Tent, and Primitive, FOOD: Store, WATER, Flush Toilet, PARKING: State park fees, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA, FISH BAIT, HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: SCFSP

MILE: 245.53

ADDRESS: 17515 GA-177, Fargo, GA 31631. From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to CR 177; turn left and travel to Stephen C. Foster State Park. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: “”This remote park is a primary entrance to the legendary Okefenokee Swamp—one of Georgia’s seven natural wonders. Spanish moss-laced trees reflect off the black swamp waters, while cypress knees rise upward from the glass-like surface. Here, paddlers and photographers will enjoy breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife. Alligators, turtles, raccoons, black bears, deer, ibis, herons, wood storks, red-cockaded woodpeckers and numerous other creatures make their homes in the 402, 000 acre refuge. Stargazers will appreciate the particularly dark sky.””

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: https://gastateparks.org/StephenCFoster

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-11-17–gwc-dd/2019-12-07–jsq-gbh-suwannee-river-okefenokee-with-boaters.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-11-17–gwc-dd/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (912) 637-5274

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Stephen C. Foster State Park Ramp @ GA 177 RampCampingCanoe RentalFoodWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic AreaHandicapped Accessible

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.826833, -82.361333

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete on paved access road, plus grassy canal side, DOCK, CANOE, CAMPING: “RV, Tent, and Primitive, FOOD: Store, WATER, Flush Toilet, PARKING: State park fees, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA, FISH BAIT, HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: SCFSP

MILE: 245.53

ADDRESS: 17515 GA-177, Fargo, GA 31631. From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to CR 177; turn left and travel to Stephen C. Foster State Park. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Paddlers usually put in down the access road from the ramp, at the west entrance to the one-of-a-kind Okefenokee Swamp. “”This remote park is a primary entrance to the legendary Okefenokee Swamp—one of Georgia’s seven natural wonders. Spanish moss-laced trees reflect off the black swamp waters, while cypress knees rise upward from the glass-like surface. Here, paddlers and photographers will enjoy breathtaking scenery and abundant wildlife. Alligators, turtles, raccoons, black bears, deer, ibis, herons, wood storks, red-cockaded woodpeckers and numerous other creatures make their homes in the 402, 000 acre refuge. Stargazers will appreciate the particularly dark sky.””

WEBSITE: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/visit/plan_your_visit.html

UPSTREAM: 1.71 miles from Stephen C. Foster State Park Ramp to Billys Island Landing

DOWNSTREAM: 1.31 miles from Stephen C. Foster State Park Ramp to Mixon’s Hammock Canoe Shelter

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/12/0abc6626c5eda845369f5e6c00d635c2.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/12/11/one-alligator-some-turtles-many-birds-cold-and-clear-okefenokee-outing/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (912) 637-5274

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Outfall 2 for SCFSP Wtp

CATEGORIES: Wtp

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.826103, -82.360294

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 245.53

ADDRESS: East across GA 177 from SCFSP Boat Ramp. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Second of two outfalls for “”treated domestic wastewater”” from the park’s NPDES Wastewater Permit No. GAG550009.

GRN: Yes

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Outfall 1 for SCFSP Wtp

CATEGORIES: Wtp

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.822853, -82.368153

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 244.71

ADDRESS: West of GA 177, across from Residents Road. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: First of two outfalls for “”treated domestic wastewater”” from the park’s NPDES Wastewater Permit No. GAG550009.

GRN: Yes

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Mixon’s Hammock Canoe Shelter LaunchCampingRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.8243092, -82.3816514

OWNERSHIP: Public, USFWS

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: overnight platform shelter, CAMPING, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $15/person, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: SCFSP

MILE: 244.22

ADDRESS: Located at the west end of Billys Lake before the River Narrows on the Brown Trail. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: The only canoe shelter on the Suwannee River proper. “”You can spend the afternoon hiking around the island rich with history and cooking hotdogs over a campfire (fire ring provided on the island).”” “”This island is a great opportunity for less experienced paddlers and families with children to do an overnight in the swamp—only two miles from Stephen C. Foster State Park boat launch.””

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campsites/583221

UPSTREAM: 1.31 miles from Mixon’s Hammock Canoe Shelter to Stephen C. Foster State Park Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 4.27 miles from Mixon’s Hammock Canoe Shelter to Suwannee River Sill Ramp

PHOTO: https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipNDxBRg2JBwNi3P2Q70O8_XR5LJSHzSHGAqbidx=w408-h306-k-no

PHOTOSET: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Mixon’s+Hammock+Canoe+Shelter/@30.8243092, -82.3838401, 672m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef85310cf47705:0x7012c453bc9908e7!8m2!3d30.8243092!4d-82.3816514

PHOTO SOURCE: Google maps

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwannee River Sill @ Suwannee River Sill Road DamParkingHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Dam

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.804745, -82.417032

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: concrete ramp on paved road below the sill; riverbank on the dam above. PARKING: $5 parking pass

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: SCFSP

MILE: 240.12

ADDRESS: From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to GA 177; turn left and travel towards Stephen C. Foster State Park. Go 11.2 miles and turn left on Suwannee River Sill. Ware, Charlton Counties.

DESCRIPTION: A dam on the Suwannee River below the Okefenokee Swamp, with its gates always open. It was intended to keep the water level in the Swamp up, but it failed to do so, and that turned out to be a bad idea for the ecology. For example, cypress trees can only grow from seed when the water is down.

HISTORIC FACTS: Built by the federal government in 1960, this five-mile-long dirt dam was intended to keep water in the Swamp during droughts, because of wildfires in the 1950s. It didn’t work: it only affected about one percent of the Swamp. In 1998 U.S. FWS concluded that the Sill should be breached and its gates removed. Meanwhile, the structure is popular as an access road to the Suwannee River and the Okefenokee Swamp, and there is resistance to it being completely removed. Meanwhile, its gates (flow outlets) are always open.

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/visit/plan_your_visit.html

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.exploresouthernhistory.com/suwanneesill.html

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/002216949290011J

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/20191208_095104.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (912) 637-5274

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwannee River Sill Ramp @ Suwannee River Sill Road LaunchParkingHandicapped AccessibleHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.803978, -82.418692

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: concrete ramp on paved road below the sill; riverbank on the dam above. PARKING: $5 parking pass, HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 239.95

ADDRESS: From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to GA 177; turn left and travel towards Stephen C. Foster State Park. Go 11.2 miles and turn left on Suwannee River Sill. Charlton County.

DESCRIPTION: Parking is below the Sill gates. You can put in below the gates on the concrete ramp, or on the dam side above. It’s an unusual location, on a five-mile-long dirt dam that seemed like a good idea at the time, but whose gates are now always left open; it that may soon be demolished. See Suwannee River Sill.

HISTORIC FACTS: See Suwannee River Sill.

AKA: Suwannee River Sill Landing

WEBSITE: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/visit/plan_your_visit.html

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.exploresouthernhistory.com/suwanneesill.html

UPSTREAM: 4.27 miles from Suwannee River Sill Ramp to Mixon’s Hammock Canoe Shelter

DOWNSTREAM: 2.69 miles from Suwannee River Sill Ramp to Griffis Fish Camp Landing

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/20191208_095335.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (912) 637-5274

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


“West River Entrance, Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge” Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.7944, -82.4357

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 238.56

ADDRESS: Little more than a mile upstream from Griffis Fish Camp. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: A large, tall, sign says: “”NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, NO FIREARMS, NO HUNTING, NO MOTORS LARGER THAN 10 H.P., NO CAMPING, NO FIRES, FISHING BY POLES&REELS ONLY, ALL VISITORS MUST LEAVE BY SUNSET””.

WEBSITE: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/visit/plan_your_visit.html

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/2021/02/15/nominating-okefenokee-nwr-for-unesco-world-heritage-list-2021-01-26/

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/20191208_113343.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/20191208_113352.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


“West Road Entrance, Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge” Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.783893, -82.432103

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 238.26

ADDRESS: 10855 GA-177, Fargo, GA 31631, Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: See Stephen C. Foster State Park.

WEBSITE: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/visit/plan_your_visit.html

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/2021/02/15/nominating-okefenokee-nwr-for-unesco-world-heritage-list-2021-01-26/

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Lodeaver Ford Ford

CATEGORIES: Ford

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.785975, -82.446645

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 237.44

ADDRESS: At the big sandbar upstream from Griffis Fish Camp Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: A pioneer stagecoach crossing of a shallow spot in the river.

OTHER REFERENCE: Canoeing and Camping on the Historic Suwannee River, by Rose Knox and Graham Schorb, Second Impression, April 2013, pp. 43-44

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Mixon’s Ferry Ferry

CATEGORIES: Ferry

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.785768, -82.446543

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 237.44

ADDRESS: At the big sandbar upstream from Griffis Fish Camp Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Stagecoaches were loaded on a small barge and poled across the river; the horses would swim.

OTHER REFERENCE: Canoeing and Camping on the Historic Suwannee River, by Rose Knox and Graham Schorb, Second Impression, April 2013, p. 44

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Griffis Fish Camp @ GA 177 CampingCampingWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic AreaHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Camping

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.78246, -82.443594

OWNERSHIP: Private, Edwin Alphin Griffis, PARCEL 177 003

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank down dirt access road, CAMPING: “RV, Tent, and Primitive, WATER, Flush Toilet, PARKING: $2 boat launch; camping fees, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 237.26

ADDRESS: 10333 Ga Highway 177 Fargo, Georgia 31631. From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to CR 177; turn left and travel 10 miles northeast; Griffis Fish Camp is on left. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: This family-owned fish camp has been there it seems like forever. Fees for campsites or RV hookups are reasonable, and the pavilions are popular for cookouts. The cold running water at the pavilions and in the bathroom buildings is hard but drinkable. Be sure to ask to see the private museum before putting in at the Suwannee River access to head for Fargo Ramp. Call in advance to reserve campsites or pavillions: 229-415-9601.

HISTORIC FACTS: Private museum of the owner’s collection.

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: https://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g34939-d8481623-i143062528-Griffis_Fish_Camp-Fargo_Georgia.html

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/georgia/secluded-fish-camp-ga-nature/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-07–kayak-raffle-drawing-griffis-fish-camp/20191207_173759.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-07–kayak-raffle-drawing-griffis-fish-camp/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 415-9601

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Griffis Fish Camp Landing @ GA 177 LaunchCampingWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.7845, -82.446333

OWNERSHIP: Private, Edwin Alphin Griffis, PARCEL 177 003

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank down dirt access road, CAMPING: “RV, Tent, and Primitive, WATER, Flush Toilet, PARKING: $2 boat launch; camping fees, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 237.26

ADDRESS: 10333 Ga Highway 177 Fargo, Georgia 31631. From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to CR 177; turn left and travel 10 miles northeast; Griffis Fish Camp is on left. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: The river can be quite high up the dirt access road, but it’s still easily accessible on this very gentle slope, at this family-owned fish camp. Put in here for nineteen idyllic river miles with little human in evidence beyond timber company signs on the right bank and an evern more private fish camp on the left bank, before Fargo Ramp. Call in advance to reserve campsites or pavillions: 229-415-9601.

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: https://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g34939-d8481623-i143062528-Griffis_Fish_Camp-Fargo_Georgia.html

UPSTREAM: 2.69 miles from Griffis Fish Camp Landing to Suwannee River Sill Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 14.35 miles from Griffis Fish Camp Landing to Fargo Ramp

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/20191208_122103.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-12-08–okefenokee-griffis-fish-camp-suwannee-paddle/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-11-07–okefenokee-floyds-island/20201106_151924.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-11-07–okefenokee-floyds-island/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Survey Flags Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7786896, -82.4654913

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 177 007

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 235.58

ADDRESS: Left bank, 1.68 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Survey flags hanging from tree branches, probably between Clinch County parcels 177 007 and 177 001, both Conservation Fund.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#Survey-flags

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_094528.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#Survey-flags

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Sawed log Obstacle

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7772846, -82.4679113

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 177 001

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 235.40

ADDRESS: 1.86 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Sawed off end of a log that no longer obstructs river passage.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#SawledL

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_094952.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#SawledL

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Allen Camp Cutthrough Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7704138, -82.4731744

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 177 001

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 234.54

ADDRESS: To the right, 2.72 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp, and 0.12 miles upstream from Allen Camp Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Stay to the left to get to Allen Camp Landing; do not take the cutthrough.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/small/accutthrough.jpg

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/accutthrough.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#ACCT

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Log Across Allen Camp Cutthrough Obstacle

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7706669, -82.4737795

OWNERSHIP: Public, SUPERIOR PINE PRODUCTS CO, PARCEL 125 001A

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 234.15

ADDRESS: 3.11 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp Landing if you take the cutthrough. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: If you do take the cutthrough, this log will be an impediment unless the water is about 5′ (95.98′ NAVD88).

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#LAACCT

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/logcutthrough.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#LAACCT

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Allen Camp Road Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.763143, -82.464567

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 177 007

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 234.42

ADDRESS: From Fargo, GA, go 8.5 miles up GA 177 N, turn left just before Green Top Road, go 0.6 miles to riverbank for Allen Camp Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

AKA: Long Straight Road

WEBSITE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=177%20%20%20%20001

OTHER REFERENCE: https://goo.gl/maps/XbHqhKk919pQpfos7

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/long-straight-road.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: Google Streetview

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Allen Camp Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.770014, -82.471519

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 177 001

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 234.42

ADDRESS: Left bank, 2.84 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp, 11.51 miles upstream from Fargo Ramp. See Long Straight Road. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

AKA: Long Straight Road Landing

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#ACL

OTHER REFERENCE: https://arcgis.earthviews.com/public/suwannee-river-0121#398

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/acl.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#ACL

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Annoying Branches Obstacle

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7707734, -82.4775358

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 177 001

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 233.86

ADDRESS: A bit more than half a mile downstream from Allen Camp Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: They will make you duck, and could tip you over.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#ABranches

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/annoyingbranches.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#ABranches

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Sport Camp Road Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.758462, -82.470858

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 178 002

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 233.04

ADDRESS: From Fargo, GA, at the 8 mile marker on GA 177N, turn left on Sport Camp Road, go 0.4 miles and turn right, go another 0.4 miles to riverbank for Sport Camp Landing, Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=178%20%20%20%20002

OTHER REFERENCE: https://goo.gl/maps/bKU4KF1qC1NRTV8d9

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/sport-camp-road.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: Google Streetview

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Sport Camp Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.761124, -82.482246

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 178 002

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 233.04

ADDRESS: Left bank, 4.22 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp, 10.13 miles upstream from Fargo Ramp. See Sport Camp Road. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

AKA: Sport Camp Road Landing

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#SCL

OTHER REFERENCE: https://arcgis.earthviews.com/public/suwannee-river-0121#586

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_104351.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#SCL

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/sport-camp-road-landing.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: GRN

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Alligator Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.7567091, -82.4899273

OWNERSHIP: Public, SUPERIOR PINE PRODUCTS CO, PARCEL 125 001A

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 232.41

ADDRESS: Right bank, just above Long Camp Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: It wanders in from the woods after coming down from the west edge of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#ACreek

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/alligatorcreek.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#ACreek

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Long Camp Road Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.742073, -82.480187

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 232.35

ADDRESS: From Fargo, GA, go 6.51 miles up GA 177 N, turn left on Long Camp Road, then first left to riverbank, about 1.1 miles from highway for Long Camp Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=156%20%20%20%20029

OTHER REFERENCE: https://goo.gl/maps/PawbbjGP7v7U4P1H9

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/long-camp-road.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: Google Streetview

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Long Camp Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.755838, -82.490114

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 232.35

ADDRESS: Left bank, 4.91 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp, 9.44 miles upstream from Fargo Ramp. See Long Camp Road. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

AKA: Long Camp Road Landing

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#LCL

OTHER REFERENCE: https://arcgis.earthviews.com/public/suwannee-river-0121#712

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_111213.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#LCL

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Tight Spot Obstacle

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.751277, -82.4931791

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 231.94

ADDRESS: About half a mile down from Long Camp Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: A narrow spot in the river.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#TS

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_111926.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#TS

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Drawdy Mill Road Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.738907, -82.483049

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 230.88

ADDRESS: From Fargo, GA, go 6.5 miles up GA 177 N, turn left on unmarked road, go straight about 0.5 miles to riverbank for Drawdy Mill Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

AKA: Short Straight Road

WEBSITE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=156%20%20%20%20029

OTHER REFERENCE: https://goo.gl/maps/2RcbxMDj1kJQakcR9

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/short-straight-road.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: Google Streetview

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Drawdy Mill Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.740816, -82.491804

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 230.88

ADDRESS: Left bank, 6.38 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp, 7.97 miles upstream from Fargo Ramp. See Drawdy Mill Road. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

AKA: Short Straight Road Landing or Drawdy Mill Road Landing

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#DMRL

OTHER REFERENCE: https://arcgis.earthviews.com/public/suwannee-river-0121#972

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_113725.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#DMRL

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Possible Palmetto Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7307753, -82.4979875

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 229.98

ADDRESS: Left bank, between Drawdy Mill Landing and Three Steps Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission. Not clear how road access works.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#PLLB

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_115416.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#PLLB

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Sweetwater Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.7215388, -82.5028448

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 228.97

ADDRESS: Left bank, about 3/4 of the way from Drawdy Mill Landing to Three Steps Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Comes in slantwise from the left after descending from the Okefenokee Swamp and crossing GA 177.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#SWC

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/sweetwatercreek.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#SWC

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Three Steps Road Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.706551, -82.512578

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 228.24

ADDRESS: From Fargo, GA, go 3.5 miles up GA 177 N, turn left on unmarked road, go 1.5 miles and turn right, go about 100 feet to riverbank for Three Steps Middle Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=156%20%20%20%20029

OTHER REFERENCE: https://goo.gl/maps/wvVdz6UwbPGWCPsG9

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/three-steps-middle-landing-road.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: Google Streetview

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Three Steps Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.715797, -82.509798

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 228.24

ADDRESS: Left bank, 9.02 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp, 5.33 miles upstream from Fargo Ramp. See Three Steps Road. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#TSL

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#TSL

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: https://arcgis.earthviews.com/public/suwannee-river-griffis#1117

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/tsl.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#TSL

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_125742.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#TSL

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Low log ObstacleHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7160395, -82.5112911

OWNERSHIP: Private, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 228.17

ADDRESS: Less than 500 feet downstream from Three Steps Landing, Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Log at 2.49′ (93.47′ NAVD88). Cut by WWALS 2022-12-29 and removed by WWALS 2023-06-10.

HISTORIC FACTS: Removed on WWALS Chainsaw Outings 2023-06-10. https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#LLSK

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#L249

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/2023/06/15/pictures-suwannee-river-chainsaw-cleanup-three-steps-landing-to-fargo-ga-2023-06-10/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/IMG_2209.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#LLSK

PHOTO SOURCE: Shirkly Kokidko

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_145608.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#L249

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Duck and float under ObstacleHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7158583, -82.5130261

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 228.04

ADDRESS: About a thousand feet downstream from Three Steps Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Used to have to stay to the left and duck real low and you can float under this log at low water. Removed by WWALS 2023-06-10.

HISTORIC FACTS: Removed on WWALS Chainsaw Outing 2023-06-10. https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#DFUSK

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#FULeft

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/2023/06/15/pictures-suwannee-river-chainsaw-cleanup-three-steps-landing-to-fargo-ga-2023-06-10/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/IMG_2225.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#DFUSK

PHOTO SOURCE: Shirkly Kokidko

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/floatunderleft.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#FULeft

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Drag under left ObstacleHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7156114, -82.5160253

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 227.77

ADDRESS: Less than half a mile downstream from Three Steps Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: At low water there was no way to float, but you could drag under to the left. Removed by WWALS 2023-06-10.

HISTORIC FACTS: Removed on WWALS Chainsaw Outing 2023-06-10. https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#DULSKPR

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#DUL

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#DULSKPR

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/IMG_2250.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#DUL

PHOTO SOURCE: Shirkly Kokidko

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/IMG_0978.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#DUL

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Portage Logjam ObstacleHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7156703, -82.5186389

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 227.59

ADDRESS: About 0.65 miles downstream from Three Steps Landing and 1.23 miles upstream from Reeves Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Was a jumble of logs across the river, requiring portaging around using the right bank. Removed by WWALS 2023-06-10.

HISTORIC FACTS: Removed on WWALS Chainsaw Outing 2023-06-10. https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#PLJ

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#PLJam

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#PLJ

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/20230610_142720.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#PLJ

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/PLJam.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#PLJam

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Jones Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.713962, -82.522791

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 227.19

ADDRESS: Right bank, about a mile downstream from Three Steps Landing, and less than a mile upstream from Reeves Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: The waters of this creek contrast with the red-yellow tannic acid Suwannee River color, after the creek comes down all the way from Homerville.

AKA: Tatum Creek

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#JCreek

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#TatumCreek

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/20230610_144830.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#TatumCreek

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/JCreek.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#JCreek

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Reeves Landing Road Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.702699, -82.527779

OWNERSHIP: Private, SIRMANS CHERYLANN FRANCIS ET AL, C/O VICKY HARPER, 2447 LOCHWOOD DR, VALDOSTA, GA 31601, PARCEL 156 011

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 226.36

ADDRESS: From Fargo, GA, go 2.5 miles up GA 177 N, turn left on Reeves Landing Road (CR 176), go straight about 0.4 miles to riverbank for Reeves Landing, Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=156%20%20%20%20011

OTHER REFERENCE: https://goo.gl/maps/hJpbLvAxcXskaJrw9

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/reeves-landing-road.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: Google Streetview

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Reeves Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.708134, -82.528716

OWNERSHIP: Private, SIRMANS CHERYLANN FRANCIS ET AL, C/O VICKY HARPER, 2447 LOCHWOOD DR, VALDOSTA, GA 31601, PARCEL 156 011

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 226.36

ADDRESS: Left bank, 10.90 miles downstream from Griffis Fish Camp, 3.45 miles upstream from Fargo Ramp. See Reeves Landing Road. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#RL

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#ARL

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: https://arcgis.earthviews.com/public/suwannee-river-griffis#1374

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_154458.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#RL

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/20230610_151258.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#ARL

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Sexton Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7077127, -82.5319911

OWNERSHIP: Private, SEXTON MARLIN B JR ET AL, PARCEL 156 017

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 226.19

ADDRESS: Left bank about 900 feet downstream from Reeves Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#SL

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#PSL

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/20230610_152054.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–suwannee-chainsaw-pictures/#PSL

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_154825.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#SL

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Narrow Deadfalls Obstacle

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.7062222, -82.5352477

OWNERSHIP: Public, SIRMANS CHERYLANN FRANCIS ET AL, C/O VICKY HARPER, 2447 LOCHWOOD DR, VALDOSTA, GA 31601, PARCEL 156 011

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 225.89

ADDRESS: About half a mile downstream from Reeves Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Deadfalls from each bank with a narrow passage between their tops.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#NDfalls

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/ndfalls.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#NDfalls

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwannee River above Fargo Gauge River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.7075, -82.5391667

OWNERSHIP: Public, unlisted, PARCEL unlisted

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Above Fargo

MILE: 225.62

ADDRESS: Right (north) bank, about 3/4 of a mile downstream from Reeves Landing and about 2.71 miles upstream from Fargo Ramp. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02314495 SUWANNEE RIVER ABOVE FARGO, GA

WEBSITE: https://waterdata.usgs.gov/monitoring-location/02314495/#parameterCode=00065&period=P7D

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/abg.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#AFG

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_155742.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#AFG

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwannee River Eco-Lodge CampingCampingWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic AreaHandicapped Accessible

CATEGORIES: Camping

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.696383, -82.561623

OWNERSHIP: Public, STATE OF GEORGIA, PARCEL 156 028

ACCESS: No, CAMPING, WATER, Flush Toilet, PARKING: ParkPass, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA, HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

ADDRESS: 400 Eco Lodge Drive, Fargo, GA 31631, Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Actually a motel run by Georgia State Parks, rather than camping. “”The Eco Lodge is made up of 10 rental cottages, an event room, smaller meeting room, BBQ shelter and commercial kitchen. Guests may rent a portion or all of the facility. All vehicles parked at the Eco-Lodge must display a ParkPass and events must end at 10 p.m. The Eco Lodge has Wi-Fi accessibility and is located 18 miles from Stephen C. Foster State Park.””

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: https://gastateparks.org/SuwanneeRiverEcoLodge

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.exploregeorgia.org/fargo/places-to-stay/resorts-lodges-plantations/suwannee-river-eco-lodge

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: https://emerginghorizons.com/accessible-georgia-eco-lodge-features-top-notch-access/

PHOTO: https://www.exploregeorgia.org/sites/default/files/styles/listing_slideshow/public/listing_images/profile/4196/DSC05435-fargo-ecolodge.jpg?itok=KugWh4Q5

PHOTOSET: https://www.exploregeorgia.org/fargo/places-to-stay/resorts-lodges-plantations/suwannee-river-eco-lodge

PHOTO SOURCE: Explore Georgia

PHONE NUMBER: (912) 637-5274

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Overhanging Branches Obstacle

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6963242, -82.5523968

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 224.18

ADDRESS: About 2.18 miles downstream from Reeves Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Overhanging branches that are at least annoying.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#OHBranches

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/GSBX2362.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#OHBranches

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Zig-Zag Deadfalls Obstacle

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6949423, -82.553082

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 224.06

ADDRESS: About 2.30 miles downstream from Reeves Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Deadfalls requiring zig-zagging back and forth.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#ZZD

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/GSBX2377.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#ZZD

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Dragging Log Obstacle

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6948066, -82.5531258

OWNERSHIP: Public, CONSERVATION FUND, PARCEL 156 029

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 224.03

ADDRESS: About 2.33 miles downstream from Reeves Landing. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: A log requiring dragging over or portaging around at 2.49′ (93.47′ NAVD88).

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#DLog

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/GSBX2385.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures#DLog

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwannee River Outfitters & Lodge OutfitterCanoe RentalWaterRestroomsParkingShelterHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Outfitter

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.6864, -82.5617

OWNERSHIP: Private, Todd Enfinger, PARCEL F02 029, F02 030

ACCESS: Yes, PARKING: Free, SHELTER

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 223.08

ADDRESS: 729 US-441, Fargo, GA 31631, Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Under new ownership, in the center of Fargo near the Suwannee River. toddenfinger@gmail.com

HISTORIC FACTS: Reopened in 2021 under new ownership of Todd Enfinger. As of August 24, 2021, he has finished most construction and is finishing opening everything.

AKA: Suwannee River Outfitters

GRN: No

WEBSITE: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g34939-d5963490-Reviews-Suwannee_River_Outfitters_Lodge-Fargo_Georgia.html

OTHER REFERENCE: https://m.facebook.com/pages/category/Hotel/Suwannee-River-Outfitters-and-Lodge-101175871664840/

PHOTO: http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/07/5b/29/55/suwannee-river-outfitters.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g34939-d5963490-Reviews-Suwannee_River_Outfitters_Lodge-Fargo_Georgia.html

PHOTO SOURCE: TripAdvisor

PHONE NUMBER: (727) 565-7433

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Norfolk Southern RR Bridge Railbridge

CATEGORIES: Railbridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.683977, -82.55951

OWNERSHIP: Private, Norfolk Southern Railroad

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 223.08

ADDRESS: A quarter mile southeast of Fargo, due east of Riverside Drive. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: The only railroad bridge over the Suwannee River between the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia and White Springs, Florida. Norfolk Southern is the railroad.

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/20221229_164037.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-pictures/#NSRR

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwannee River Visitor Center Point of InterestHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.682429, -82.560334

OWNERSHIP: Public, STATE OF GEORGIA, PARCEL 156 028

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 222.94

ADDRESS: Next to Fargo Ramp, in the southeast edge of Fargo, at US 441 and the Suwannee River (right bank). Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: A $2 million visitor center, opened in 2004, closed since some time after 2011. It used to have exhibits on tannic acid, numerous animal displays, an introductory fiver film, and exhibits on the timber industry and local history.

HISTORIC FACTS: It was statewide news when it opened in 2004. https://wwals.net/?p=60538 Closed due to budget and bats after about 2011, before February 2015. https://wwals.net/?p=60567

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2022/12/31/suwannee-river-visitor-center-2022-12-29/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.ohranger.com/ga/stephen-c-foster/poi/suwannee-river-visitor-center-fargo

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-river-welcome-center/20221229_082240.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2022/12/31/suwannee-river-visitor-center-2022-12-29/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-12-29–suwannee-river-welcome-center/GSBY2503.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/2022/12/31/suwannee-river-visitor-center-2022-12-29/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Fargo Ramp @ US 441 RampHandicapped Accessible

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.681833, -82.560167

OWNERSHIP: Public, SUPERIOR PINE PRODUCTS CO, PARCEL F03 001

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete, HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 92.5

Highest safe: 100

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 222.91

ADDRESS: Half a mile southeast of Fargo on US 441, the boat ramp is on the northeast side of US 441 and on the west (right bank) of the Suwannee River. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Nice ramp, good access road, plenty of parking. Downstream there are plenty of turtles, cypress, oaks, pines, some creeks, many white sand beaches, maybe a small shoal if the water is low enough, and and no roads for 26 river miles in Georgia and Florida.

AKA: Fargo Boat Ramp

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

UPSTREAM: 14.35 miles from Fargo Ramp to Griffis Fish Camp Landing

DOWNSTREAM: 19.55 miles from Fargo Ramp to Roline Boat Ramp

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2017-03-18–fargo-roline-wwals/20170318_073044.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2017-03-18–fargo-roline-wwals/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


US 441 Bridge @ US 441 Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.68088, -82.55992

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 222.85

ADDRESS: Half a mile southeast of Fargo on US 441. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: The only road bridge over the Suwannee River between the Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia and Florida State Route 6. 417-foot concrete deck on stringers, built in 1952.

WEBSITE: http://bridgereports.com/1092701

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2017-03-18–fargo-roline-wwals/20170318_082107.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2017-03-18–fargo-roline-wwals

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Fargo Gauge @ US 441 River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.680979, -82.560069

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 222.82

ADDRESS: On US 441 bridge, half a mile southeast of Fargo, GA, Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02314500 SUWANNEE RIVER AT US 441, AT FARGO, GA

WEBSITE: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=fgog1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrograph

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Maple Set Campground LaunchCampingParking

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.524494, -82.231237

OWNERSHIP: Public, TIITF / AG FORESTRY, PARCEL 05-1N-21-0000-0000-0020

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank down dirt access road, CAMPING, PARKING: Free

WATER BODY: North Prong Saint Marys River

GAUGE: Moniac

MILE: 135.57

ADDRESS: 11656 FL-2, Sanderson, FL 32087, right bank of St. Marys River, upstream from Baxter, FL and FL 2. Baker County.

DESCRIPTION: “”The Maple Set Campground is located within the Maple Set Recreation Area, in the John M. Bethea State Forest (Baker County), about 30 minutes north of Sanderson, FL. This campground is located next to the St. Mary’s River and has the following facilities: campsites with no electricity or water, a communal pitcher pump (non-potable water), swimming area, a boardwalk and hiking trail. Recreational activities featured here are: fishing, hiking, hunting, swimming, canoeing, picnicking, bird watching, wildlife viewing and photography.””

WEBSITE: https://www.reserveamerica.com/explore/maple-set-campground/FLFS/1120133/overview

OTHER REFERENCE: https://floridastateforests.reserveamerica.com/camping/maple-set-campground/r/facilityDetails.do?contractCode=FLFS&parkId=1120133

PHOTO SOURCE: ReserveAmerica

PHONE NUMBER: (904) 259-4688

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


US 441 Deadfalls Obstacle

CATEGORIES: Obstacle

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6795685, -82.5613847

OWNERSHIP: Public, LANGDALE WOODLANDS LLC, PARCEL 157 022

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 222.72

ADDRESS: Shortly into the woods below US 441 Bridge. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Mass of deadfalls from right bank. Somebody sawed off deadfalls from left bank to make a narrow passage.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river

OTHER REFERENCE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=157%20%20%20%20022

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/20220305_100741.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Superior Pine Products Private Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6794368, -82.5628164

OWNERSHIP: Private, SUPERIOR PINE PRODUCTS CO, PARCEL F03 001

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 222.63

ADDRESS: Right (northwest) bank, 0.28 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission. Land entrance is apparently from a side street off of Riverside Drive 30.682367, -82.565458. See Superior Pine Products, 119 Riverside Drive, Fargo, GA 31631.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river

OTHER REFERENCE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=F03%20%20%20%20001

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/20220305_100959.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Langdale Clinch Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6624493, -82.5703004

OWNERSHIP: Private, LANGDALE WOODLANDS LLC, PARCEL 157 022

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 220.69

ADDRESS: Left (west) bank, 2.13 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission. Land entrance is off of US 441 about 1.4 miles south of GA 94.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river

OTHER REFERENCE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=157%20%20%20%20022

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/langdale-left-bank-clinch-county-landing.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Cypress Creek Island Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6601621, -82.5753108

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 220.30

ADDRESS: Island near mouth of Cypress Creek, 2.52 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp. Clinch County.

DESCRIPTION: Small island near the mouth of Cypress Creek, which drains the southwest corner of the Okefenokee Swamp.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/2021/04/04/okefenokee-swamp-south-drains-west-to-suwannee-river/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/cypress-creek-island.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwanoochee Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6587791, -82.5819923

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 219.83

ADDRESS: Right bank, 2.99 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp. Clinch, Echols Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Probable mouth of Suwanoochee Creek, the border between Clinch and Echols Counties, Georgia.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/suwannoochee-creek.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Sarah Touchton Road Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.651922, -82.595321

OWNERSHIP: Private, LEVITON BLAKE E & BETH H, PARCEL 099 004

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 218.65

ADDRESS: Right (north) bank, 4.26 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 10.5 miles upstream from the GA-FL line. 937 Sarah Touchton Road, off of Woodpecker Route, south of GA 94, west of Fargo, GA. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=765&LayerID=11801&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=099%20%20%20%20004

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/sarah-touchton-road-landing.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Lunch Point Beach Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6515464, -82.595184

OWNERSHIP: Public, LEVITON BLAKE E & BETH H, PARCEL 099 004

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 218.64

ADDRESS: Left (south) bank, 4.27 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Good lunch and swimming beach on a point.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings

OTHER REFERENCE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=765&LayerID=11801&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=099%20%20%20%20004

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/lunch-beach.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Little Swannee Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6320701, -82.6226983

OWNERSHIP: Public, LEVITON FAMILY PROPERTIES LP, PARCEL 100 002A

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 215.24

ADDRESS: Left (south) bank, 7.58 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Mouth of a creek that drains much of the south side of the Okefenokee Swamp.

AKA: Little Suwannee Creek

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/2021/04/04/okefenokee-swamp-south-drains-west-to-suwannee-river/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/little-swannee-creek.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Log Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.633833, -82.626915

OWNERSHIP: Private, LEVITON CAROLYN (LIFE ESTATE), PARCEL 100 002

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 214.79

ADDRESS: Right (north) bank, 8.12 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 6.64 miles upstream from the GA-FL line. From Fargo, 0.5 miles west on GA 94, left on Woodpecker Route for miles, left on Little Pasture Road for 1.9 miles (pass Rawls Camp Road), right on unnamed road for 0.3 miles to the river. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

AKA: Little Pasture Road Landing

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings

OTHER REFERENCE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=765&LayerID=11801&PageTypeID=4&PageID=5603&KeyValue=100%20%20%20%20002

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/little-pasture-road-landing.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Rawls Camp Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6304, -82.6358978

OWNERSHIP: Private, HART ROBERT KEVIN, PARCEL 095 006

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 213.95

ADDRESS: Right (north) bank, 8.96 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 5.8 miles upstream from the GA-FL line. From Fargo, 0.5 miles west on GA 94, left on Woodpecker Route for miles, left on Little Pasture Road for 1.1 miles, right on Rawls Camp Road for 0.3 miles to the river. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings

OTHER REFERENCE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=765&LayerID=11801&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=095%20%20%20%20006

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/rawls-camp-landing.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Rawls Camp Ferry FerryHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Ferry

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6303, -82.6357

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 213.95

ADDRESS: 8.96 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 5.8 miles upstream from the GA-FL line. From Fargo, 0.5 miles west on GA 94, left on Woodpecker Route for miles, left on Little Pasture Road for 1.1 miles, right on Rawls Camp Road for 0.3 miles to the river. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: According to Ken Sulak, a 1911 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers map shows an “”Old Ferry”” at this site.

HISTORIC FACTS: According to Ken Sulak, “”The USACE Suwannee River survey was undertaken in Nov 1911 under lead of Capt. Slattery. This took place at the end of a record high water year, the 1911 flood just about a foot less at crest than the all time 1948 flood. The 1911 flood followed the great hurricane of 17 October 1910 that devastated South Florida. Again in 1912 there was high water in the Suwannee. The USACE survey was excellent, resulting in a three page map in folio format. There is a copy in that full large format map in the UF Smathers Library Special Collections. Capt. Slattery’s report to Congress has been lost from National Archives. But map is accurate and detailed. It marks and labels the ˜Highway Bridge’ and the ˜Old Ferry’ near present-day Bethel and Rawls landings.””

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Swimming Island Beach Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6283182, -82.6355731

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 213.80

ADDRESS: Right (west) bank, 9.02 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 5.65 miles upstream from GA-FL line. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Nice sandy beach on an eyott.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/20220305_132552.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Unintentional Swimming Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6279723, -82.6372128

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 213.67

ADDRESS: 9.15 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 5.52 miles upstream from GA-FL line. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: If you want to capsize, this is not a bad spot, fairly easy to get out of the water, and just downstream from a nice beach to dry off on.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/20220305_135645.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-05–fargo-downstream-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Handley Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.627769, -82.660027

OWNERSHIP: Private, HANDLEY EMILY KATHARINE, PARCEL 086 004

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 211.84

ADDRESS: Right (north) bank, 11.07 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 3.69 miles upstream from the GA-FL line, Woodpecker Route, 3.9 miles south of GA 94, west of Fargo, GA. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings

OTHER REFERENCE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=765&LayerID=11801&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=086%20%20%20%20004

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/20220305_145318.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Swimming Beach Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.621387, -82.660998

OWNERSHIP: Public, HANDLEY EMILY KATHARINE, PARCEL 086 004

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 211.31

ADDRESS: Right bank, 11.6 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 3.16 miles upstream from the GA-FL line. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: One of many good beaches for lunch and swimming.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-28–swimming-for-epd/Upper-Suwannee-30.621387-82.660998-E7256844-A9CF-43A2-BC5A-F78C1C937CD4-Shirley-Kokidko.html

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-28–swimming-for-epd/Upper-Suwannee-30.621387-82.660998-E7256844-A9CF-43A2-BC5A-F78C1C937CD4-Shirley-Kokidko.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-28–swimming-for-epd/Upper-Suwannee-30.621387-82.660998-E7256844-A9CF-43A2-BC5A-F78C1C937CD4-Shirley-Kokidko.html

PHOTO SOURCE: Shirley Kokidko

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Boney Bluff Cemetery CemeteryHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Cemetery

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.628095, -82.671475

OWNERSHIP: Private, CHURCH—BETHEL PRIVITIVE BAPTIST HISTORICAL PRESERVATION GROUP, PARCEL 095 002A

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 210.85

ADDRESS: From Fargo, 0.5 miles west on GA 94, left on Woodpecker Route, 4.4 miles on the left, behind Bethel Primitive Baptist Church. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Old cemetery behind long-closed Bethel Primitive Baptist Church. Findagrave Cemetery ID: 2297211.

HISTORIC FACTS: See Bethel Primitive Baptist Church

AKA: Bethel PBC Cemetery or Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery

WEBSITE: https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/2297211/boney-bluff-cemetery

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.fourakerreunion.com/church-bethel-primitive-baptist-echols-county-georgia.html

PHOTOSET: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/36696994/william-allen

PHOTO SOURCE: Robert Strickland on FindaGrave.com

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Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Point of InterestHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.628618, -82.671795

OWNERSHIP: Private, CHURCH—BETHEL PRIVITIVE BAPTIST HISTORICAL PRESERVATION GROUP, PARCEL 095 002A

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 210.85

ADDRESS: From Fargo, 0.5 miles west on GA 94, left on Woodpecker Route, 4.4 miles on the left. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: A church built in about 1843, currently closed.

HISTORIC FACTS: The Bethel Primitive Baptist Church was originally constituted in 1843 and services were held continually until January 1992. The church was reconstituted April 18, 1993 and services were held until several years ago (source). The original church is believed to have been built during or about 1843. On September 23, 1930, the land on which it was built was bought from D.H. Register for the sum of $100.00. … To preserve the family heritage, The Bethel Primitive Baptist Preservation and Historical Committee has obtained this church. –Fouraker Reunion https://www.fourakerreunion.com/church-bethel-primitive-baptist-echols-county-georgia.html

WEBSITE: https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=765&LayerID=11801&PageTypeID=1&KeyValue=095%20%20%20%20002A

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.fourakerreunion.com/church-bethel-primitive-baptist-echols-county-georgia.html

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/bethel-pbc-qpublic.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: Echols County Tax Assessors

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Bethel Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.62152, -82.6693

OWNERSHIP: Private, LANGDALE COMPANY THE, PARCEL 095 002

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 210.85

ADDRESS: Right bank, 12.06 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 3.16 miles upstream from GA-FL line. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

AKA: The Fish House Boat Ramp

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/20220305_151137.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Boney Bluff Ferry Ferry

CATEGORIES: Ferry

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6215006, -82.6687977

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 210.85

ADDRESS: 12.06 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 3.16 miles upstream from GA-FL line. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Marked on the 1870 Appling County map of the Wiregrass Region Digital History Project.

WEBSITE: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=10EsDNoDJc7l35BbmV0AJo_Zsd9MJiXRh&ll=30.62419148380988%2C-82.66975919836277&z=16

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Boney Bluff Bridge Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.62125, -82.6687

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

ADDRESS: 12.06 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 3.16 miles upstream from GA-FL line. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: According to Ken Sulak, “”the USACE 1911 survey map shows a ‘Highway Bridge’ at this site.””

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Wetherington Landing Private Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing Private

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6043747, -82.6836524

OWNERSHIP: Private, WETHERINGTON ROBERT CHARLES, PARCEL 090 002A1

ACCESS: Launch: riverbank down dirt access road.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 208.96

ADDRESS: Right bank, 13.95 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 0.81 miles upstream from GA-FL line. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt Road to sandy riverbank. Private: do not use without permission.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/20220305_154341.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Wetherington Point Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.6006353, -82.6838867

OWNERSHIP: Private, WETHERINGTON ROBERT CHARLES, PARCEL 090 002A1

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 208.65

ADDRESS: Right bank, 14.26 miles downstream from Fargo Ramp, 0.50 miles upstream from GA-FL line. Echols County.

DESCRIPTION: A wooded sandy point on the right bank. Private: do not go inland without permission.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/20220305_163101.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-08-25–suwannee-upstream-landings/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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GA-FL Line Suwannee River Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.597734, -82.689522

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 208.15

ADDRESS: 14.76 miles downstream from Fargo and 4.79 miles upstream from Roline Launch. Echols, Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: The Suwannee River goes due south with a white beach on the left at the state line, then there’s a bend to the right and a beach on the right. Echols County, Georgia is on both sides of the river. In Florida, Columbia County is east on the left bank and Hamilton County is west on the right bank. Immediately in Florida, Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) land starts and continues for many miles down past Roline.

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-06–roline-turner-bridge-suwannee-river/20220306_092514.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-06–roline-turner-bridge-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2017-03-18–fargo-roline-wwals/20170318_143947.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2017-03-18–fargo-roline-wwals/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

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Toms Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.5961276, -82.69644

OWNERSHIP: Public, SUWANNEE RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, PARCEL 1113-010

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 207.52

ADDRESS: Right bank, 15.39 miles downstream from Fargo and 5.16 miles upstream from Roline Boat Ramp. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: A narrow opening between bluffs for a creek that crosses Echols County, Georgia, and GA 94 to reach the Suwannee River in Hamilton County, Florida.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-06–roline-turner-bridge-suwannee-river/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-06–roline-turner-bridge-suwannee-river/toms-creek.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-06–roline-turner-bridge-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Blount’s Ferry FerryHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Ferry

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.583342, -82.705773

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Fargo

MILE: 206.18

ADDRESS: About a mile downstream from the GA-FL line. Columbia, Hamilton Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Site of a ferry dating from before 1844, probably from at least 1835. “”Blounts Ferry was located in the extreme northwestern part of the county on the Suwannee River near the Georgia state line. Troops camped on this site during the Second Seminole War. Blounts Ferry was thirty miles from Lake City and had about one hundred and sixty people during the mid 1880’s. It had two stores, a saw mill, a grist mill, and a cotton gin. Epanimondas Brown and W. W. King were two of the well-known residents of Blounts Ferry.”” A History of Columbia County Florida (1996) Edward F. Keuchel, page 174.

HISTORIC FACTS: “”County Road 131 was originally known as Blount’s Ferry Road. It was the main connection between Lake City and Blount’s Ferry, a major agricultural town located on the Suwannee River, just south of the Georgia border. In the 1880s, Bount’s Ferry was a settlement of 160 people with two stores, sawmill, cotton gin and grist mill. This road was first paved in 1950, at which time the original steel truss bridge with wooden plank floor, which crossed Falling Creek, was replaced by a concrete bridge. At this time, the road designation was changed to County Road 131. The newly paved road was 133′ east of the original road which meant church property no longer touched the road. Church trustees acquired two small parcels abutting the paved road from the Estate of Mary J. Rivers and from the Columbia County School Board.”” –Nomination of Falling Creek United Methodist Church for National Register of Historic Places, 1996-03-05 https://npgallery.nps.gov/GetAsset/a808a5c1-7cc6-48c5-9439-c02581337736/

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2021/01/10/history-of-cone-bridge-and-the-cone-family-dr-ken-sulak-2020-12-31/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.lakecityhistory.com/uuid/02905885-C4E0-4A35-9DAE-804ED8349EC9/files/basic-html/page174.html

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Roline Boat Ramp @ NE 25 Way Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.564167, -82.725167

OWNERSHIP: Public, SUWANNEE RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, PARCEL 1130-010

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: narrow, smooth, and sandy down a dirt access road

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 52

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 203.36

ADDRESS: From White Springs, travel north on SE CR 135; cross over SE CR 6 onto NE 180 Boulevard (Woodpecker Route); travel north to NE 25 Way; turn right and follow road to ramp. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: On the right (west) bank, this is the first take-out in Florida, for small boats only. The ramp and the land around it is owned by the Suwannee River Water Management District, in its Roline tract, part of the Cypress Creek Conservation Area. East across the river is private property, but the beach below the mean high water mark is public property in Florida.

AKA: Roline Launch or Roline Ramp

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: https://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/225/Turner-Bridge-Roline-Cypress-Creek-South

OTHER REFERENCE: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://suwanneeoutpost.com/reportfargotoconebridgefeb08.html

UPSTREAM: 19.55 miles from Roline Boat Ramp to Fargo Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 4.42 miles from Roline Boat Ramp to Turner Bridge Ramp

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2017-03-18–fargo-roline-wwals/20170318_164846.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2017-03-18–fargo-roline-wwals/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-06–roline-turner-bridge-suwannee-river/img0619.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-06–roline-turner-bridge-suwannee-river/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

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Turner Bridge Ramp @ NE 38 Trail RampHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.524333, -82.728167

OWNERSHIP: Public, SUWANNEE RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, PARCEL 1008-000

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 52

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 198.94

ADDRESS: From White Springs, travel north on SE CR 135; cross over SE CR 6 onto NE 180 Boulevard (Woodpecker Route); travel north to NE 38 Trail; turn right and follow road to ramp. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: On the right (west) bank, this is a good concrete ramp on a dirt road with ample parking.

HISTORIC FACTS: See Turner Bridge.

AKA: Turner Bridge Boat Ramp

WEBSITE: https://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/225/Turner-Bridge-Roline-Cypress-Creek-South

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

UPSTREAM: 4.42 miles from Turner Bridge Ramp to Roline Boat Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 2.04 miles from Turner Bridge Ramp to Cypress Creek South Launch

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-06–roline-turner-bridge-suwannee-river/20220306_130122.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-03-06–roline-turner-bridge-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Turner Bridge BridgeParkingHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.524596, -82.727892

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: PARKING: Free

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 52

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 198.94

ADDRESS: From White Springs, travel north on SE CR 135; cross over SE CR 6 onto NE 180 Boulevard (Woodpecker Route); travel north to NE 38 Trail; turn right and follow road to ramp. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Bridge that crossed the Suwannee River from 1900 to 1951. Each bank has a pair of lally columns, which are steel cylinders filled with concrete. The third pair, much shortened, is in the river a bit out from Turner Bridge Ramp.

HISTORIC FACTS: Many, see Turner Bridge mysteries –Ken Sulak 2021-12-16 https://wwals.net/?p=57432

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2022/01/05/turner-bridge-mysteries-ken-sulak-2021-12-16/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2021-12-16–roline-fl-6-suwannee-pictures/20211216_135206.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2022/01/05/turner-bridge-mysteries-ken-sulak-2021-12-16/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Cypress Creek South Launch @ FL 6 Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.50737, -82.71711

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 52

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 196.90

ADDRESS: From White Springs, Travel north on CR 135 to SR 6, turn right; travel east to the bridge. At the foot of the bridge, turn left onto road shoulder and follow the road to the river. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Rustic launch next to busy county road in 21-acre SRWMD tract.

WEBSITE: https://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/225/Turner-Bridge-Roline-Cypress-Creek-South

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

UPSTREAM: 2.04 miles from Cypress Creek South Launch to Turner Bridge Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 9.36 miles from Cypress Creek South Launch to Cone Bridge Road Ramp

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/01/bdf19a302a81e3611131a15e9f37f1ca-1024×768.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/01/01/redoux-suwannee-river-roline-to-cypress-creek/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/11/44a86df8d28bbbbb0e9bcc7df58d220c.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/2015/11/23/pictures-fl-6-to-cone-bridge-suwannee-river-gretchen-quarterman/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Gretchen Quarterman

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CR 6 Bridge @ CR 6 Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.507345, -82.716491

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 196.89

ADDRESS: From White Springs, Travel north on CR 135 to SR 6, turn right; travel east to the bridge. At the foot of the bridge, turn left onto road shoulder and follow the road to the river. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Modern highway bridge carrying CR 6 across the Suwannee River.

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/01/bf078895563375eb7bb4e8246e805768.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/01/01/redoux-suwannee-river-roline-to-cypress-creek/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Benton Gauge @ FL 6 River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.507222, -82.716389

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Benton

MILE: 196.88

ADDRESS: From White Springs, Travel north on CR 135 to SR 6 and onwards to the Suwannee River. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02315000 SUWANNEE R NR BENTON FLA

WEBSITE: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=sbnf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrograph

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Prospect Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery Cemetery

CATEGORIES: Cemetery

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.482685, -82.70514

OWNERSHIP: Private, PROSPECT CHURCH OF THE PRIMITIVE BAPTIST DENOMINATION, PARCEL 1065-010

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 193.75

ADDRESS: 18169 SE 54 Dr, Jasper, FL 32052, Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: The cemetery is surrounded by a chain link fence, attached to the fence is a sign stating for burial information call (386) 397-2375.

WEBSITE: http://usgenwebsites.org/flgenweb/FLHamilton/cemetery/prospect_prim_bapt_cem-001.html

OTHER REFERENCE: https://raycityhistory.wordpress.com/tag/prospect-primitive-baptist-church/

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Hunter Creek Launch @ CR 135 LaunchParking

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.483922, -82.710638

OWNERSHIP: Public, SUWANNEE RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, PARCEL 1028-000

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank down dirt woods road. PARKING: Free

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 193.75

ADDRESS: Right bank, 3.15 miles downstream from Cypress Creek South Launch (FL 6). From White Springs, go east on US 41 S, turn left onto Suwanee Street aka Third Street, continue onto CR 135, after 12.5 miles (pass SE 54th Drive) turn right, go 0.4 miles to the Suwannee River. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Parking at a riverside launch down a half mile of dirt road.

WEBSITE: https://map.mysuwanneeriver.com/tracts/hunter-creek-95/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-09-17–roline-hunter-creek-suwannee/srwmd-hunter-creek-tract.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-09-17–roline-hunter-creek-suwannee/

PHOTO SOURCE: SRWMD

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Hunter Creek Launch River GPS LaunchParking

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.483518, -82.702797

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank down dirt woods road. PARKING: Free

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 193.75

ADDRESS: Right bank, 3.15 miles downstream from Cypress Creek South Launch (FL 6). From White Springs, go east on US 41 S, turn left onto Suwanee Street aka Third Street, continue onto CR 135, after 12.5 miles (pass SE 54th Drive) turn right, go 0.4 miles to the Suwannee River.

DESCRIPTION: Parking at a riverside launch down a half mile of dirt road.

AKA: Hunters Creek Landing or Hunter Creek Landing

WEBSITE: https://map.mysuwanneeriver.com/tracts/hunter-creek-95/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-09-17–roline-hunter-creek-suwannee/hunters-creek-landing.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-09-17–roline-hunter-creek-suwannee/

PHOTO SOURCE: Dennis Price

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Cone Bridge Road Ramp @ NW Cone Bridge Road RampHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.445167, -82.670833

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 51

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 187.54

ADDRESS: From Lake City, travel north on US 441 to NW Cone Bridge Road; turn left and follow road to ramp. Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: A wide concrete ramp with ample parking.

HISTORIC FACTS: See History of Cone Bridge and the Cone family –Dr. Ken Sulak 2020-12-31 https://wwals.net/?p=54537

AKA: Cone Bridge Road Boat Ramp

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

UPSTREAM: 9.36 miles from Cone Bridge Road Ramp to Cypress Creek South Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 9.46 miles from Cone Bridge Road Ramp to Big Shoals Tract Launch

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/11/028c77fe95bd125ea2c428a9629d1a1c.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2015/11/23/pictures-fl-6-to-cone-bridge-suwannee-river-gretchen-quarterman/

PHOTO SOURCE: Gretchen Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Cone Bridge BridgeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.444933, -82.671049

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 187.54

ADDRESS: From Lake City, travel north on US 441 to NW Cone Bridge Road; turn left and follow road to ramp. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Originally a timber wagon bridge built in 1881, “”Cone Bridge was rebuilt on Lally columns (the toppled columns still remain along the end of Cone Bridge Road) as a steel through-strut single-lane, wooden plank decked bridge—probably in 1898 or a bit later. It was built by Andrew Cone Godwin 1865-1942 for William Haddock Cone—who was elderly by then. That bridge was damaged by an overloaded truck in 1970, avoiding the main road checkpoint, and was dismantled thereafter.”” –Ken Sulak https://wwals.net/?p=54537

HISTORIC FACTS: See History of Cone Bridge and the Cone family –Dr. Ken Sulak 2020-12-31 https://wwals.net/?p=54537

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/?p=54537

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/11/279a3ad98ba161b5909da5ab703f99db.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2015/11/23/pictures-fl-6-to-cone-bridge-suwannee-river-gretchen-quarterman/#Cone-bridge-piers

PHOTO SOURCE: Gretchen Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Oak Grove Baptist Church Cemetery Cemetery

CATEGORIES: Cemetery

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.41609, -82.62992

OWNERSHIP: Private

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 184.33

ADDRESS: 1007 NE Needmore Road, Deep Creek, Florida, 32096, Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: See Oak Grove Baptist Church. 598 Memorials, 75% photographed.

WEBSITE: https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/466503/oak-grove-baptist-church-cemetery

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Oak Grove Baptist Church Church

CATEGORIES: Church

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.415858, -82.630403

OWNERSHIP: Private

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 184.33

ADDRESS: 1007 Needmore Road, White Springs, Florida 32096, Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: A Southern Baptist Church established in the 1870s.

WEBSITE: https://m.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100066488232520&eav=Afb0F6yKP15g5FLLJbjgIngGfuXCU6ulDmO4OaGZ2FAOSOSPJu8oz7ruL1538vuTd6Q&paipv=0&_rdr

OTHER REFERENCE: https://nfbnetwork.com/churches/oak-grove-baptist-church/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/1880-07-13–alligator-peoples-bridge/2022-12-13–oak-grove-church.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://goo.gl/maps/DbXR35JrTZBTW56T8

PHOTO SOURCE: Google streetview

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Peoples Bridge BridgeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.415711, -82.651255

OWNERSHIP: Public, SRWMD, PARCEL 07-1S-17-04497-000 (05)

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 184.33

ADDRESS: 3.2 miles downstream from Cone Bridge at a small island. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: A “”wooden foot and wagon bridge possibly built by the congregation of the Oak Grove Church around 1870 so folks on the Hamilton side could attend church on the Columbia side. The double row of old cutoff timber pilings emerges at low water”” as in below 51 feet on the White Springs gauge. —Ken Sulak The left (east) bank in Columbia County is owned by SRWMD; the right (west) bank in Hamilton County is privately owned.

HISTORIC FACTS: Built around 1870.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2022/12/11/peoples-bridge-suwannee-river-2022-11-27/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/2022/12/13/alligator-church-peoples-bridge-suwannee-river-ken-sulak-1880-07-13/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-27–peoples-bridge-suwannee-river/1669569958222blob.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-27–peoples-bridge-suwannee-river/

PHOTO SOURCE: Ken Sulak

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/1880-07-13–alligator-peoples-bridge/oak-grove-baptist-church.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/1880-07-13–alligator-peoples-bridge/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Ken Sulak

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Big Shoals Tract Launch @ Godwin Bridge Road LaunchHandicapped AccessibleHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.3529705, -82.6879375

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: dock and steps down long walk from parking area. HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 51

Highest safe: 65

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 178.08

ADDRESS: Right bank. From White Springs, travel north on CR 135 to SE 94 Street (Godwin Bridge Road); turn right and follow road to Big Shoals. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Dock, steps, and ramp after long walk from parking.

HISTORIC FACTS: Built in 2017 by George & Associates Consulting Engineers. https://gaceng.net/portfolio/big-shoals-state-park-kayak-canoe-launch/

AKA: Big Shoals canoe launch

WEBSITE: https://map.mysuwanneeriver.com/tracts/big-shoals-25/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#Land

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

UPSTREAM: 9.46 miles from Big Shoals Tract Launch to Cone Bridge Road Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 5.98 miles from Big Shoals Tract Launch to Suwannee River Wayside Park Ramp

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_102158.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_102335.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

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Big Shoals Tract Launch River GPS @ Godwin Bridge Road LaunchHandicapped AccessibleHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.3539634, -82.6869

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: dock and steps down long walk from parking area. HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 51

Highest safe: 65

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 178.11

ADDRESS: Right bank. From White Springs, travel north on CR 135 to SE 94 Street (Godwin Bridge Road); turn right and follow road to Big Shoals. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Dock, steps, and ramp after long walk from parking.

HISTORIC FACTS: Built in 2017 by George & Associates Consulting Engineers. https://gaceng.net/portfolio/big-shoals-state-park-kayak-canoe-launch/

AKA: Big Shoals canoe launch

WEBSITE: https://map.mysuwanneeriver.com/tracts/big-shoals-25/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#Land

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_102419.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/gee-346151963_165882163114637_2285637265610097445_n.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#BBFR

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Gee Edwards

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

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Old Godwin Bridge BridgeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.3502358, -82.6853862

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 177.87

ADDRESS: A quarter mile downstream from Big Shoals Tract Launch. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Lally columns (steel cylinders filled with concrete) on each side of the Suwannee River are all that remains.

HISTORIC FACTS: Andrew Godwin (165-1942) “”Andrew was a farmer, a contractor who specialized in bridges, and politically active in support of his cousin, Fred P. Cone 1871–1948 (governor of Florida 1937–1941 and known for establishing the Florida State Highway Patrol). The home place was between two of Andrew’s bridges, Cone Bridge and Godwin Bridge, both spanning the Suwannee River in Hamilton County. Neither is still standing, though his pilings are still visible, and they are both popular sites to launch boats in Big Shoals State Park.”” https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11040023/andrew-godwin

WEBSITE: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11040023/andrew-godwin

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#Old-bridge

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/11040023/andrew-godwin

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_102927.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#GB

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://nichterphotographyplus.files.wordpress.com/2021/05/z9x7175.jpg

Photoset2: https://nichterphotographyplus.blog/2021/05/19/remains-of-old-godwin-bridge/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Kathleen on Nichter Photography PLUS

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Big Shoals portage warning Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.3491387, -82.6848337

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 177.8

ADDRESS: Right bank, 500 feet upstream of portage. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Sign on a tree on the right bank: “”WARNING HAZARDOUS RAPIDS AHEAD RECOMMEND USING PORTAGE TO THE LEFT 500 FT AHEAD

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#Portage-warning-right-bank

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_104540.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/big/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Big Shoals portage Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.341376, -82.681991

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: sandy riverbank up to portage trail around Big Shoals.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 55

Highest safe: 65

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 177.19

ADDRESS: Left bank, 1 mile downstream from Big Shoals Tract Launch. Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: Dirt riverbank landing just above sign on tree: “”WARNING FOR YOUR SAFETY PORTAGE NOW HAZARDOUS RAPIDS AHEAD””.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#Portage-takeout

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/big/20210519_110024.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Big Shoals portage trail Hiking Trail

CATEGORIES: Hiking Trail

LAYER: Hiking Trail

GPS: 30.3402803, -82.6825252

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 177.09

ADDRESS: Downstream from Big Shoals portage takeout. Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: Woods trail with pine straw downstream from Big Shoals portage takeout. With kayak wheels, beware of large tree roots.

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#Portaging

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_111137.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Big Shoals Shoal

CATEGORIES: Shoal

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.340053, -82.683281

OWNERSHIP: Public

WHITEWATER CLASS: Class III

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 55

Highest safe: 65

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 177.07

ADDRESS: Little more than a mile downstream from Big Shoals Tract Launch. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Class III rapids, the biggest in Florida. Not for the faint of heart, and even experienced paddlers be prepared and do not go alone. Portaging is usually wiser. Portage on the left bank. https://www.americanwhitewater.org/content/River/view/river-detail/3181/main Or you can take out at the overlook on the right bank shortly below Big Shoals, and walk back to Big Shoals Tract Launch. https://www.liveabout.com/kayaking-big-shoals-on-the-suwannee-river-2555489

WEBSITE: https://map.mysuwanneeriver.com/tracts/big-shoals-25/

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_112033.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-outing/20210221_194740-tp-shoals.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-outing

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Tom Potter

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Big Shoals fire pit Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.3395964, -82.6828667

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 177.04

ADDRESS: Inland from left bank, downstream from portage takeout, Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: Fire pit in woods opening.

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#Fire-pit

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_111340.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Big Shoals overlook Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.3397066, -82.6832161

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 177.04

ADDRESS: Left bank right by the biggest shoals in Big Shoals. Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: A good place to walk along the riverbank and look at Big Shoals roaring.

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#BS1

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_111405.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Big Shoals portage rough put in

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.339691, -82.6828381

MILE: 177.04

ADDRESS: Left bank below the main part of Big Shoals, Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: It’s steep and rocky, but a group can help each other down into the water.

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_111120.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#PBIBS

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Big Shoals portage put in Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.338318, -82.6835656

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: rocky riverbank down from portage path.

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 55

Highest safe: 65

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 176.95

ADDRESS: Left bank below most of Big Shoals. Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: You can put in earlier, but best to portage all the way down here to this rocky riverbank to avoid Big Shoals.

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#Portage-Put-In

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_115319.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Big Shoals lunch beach Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.33795, -82.68437

MILE: 176.9

ADDRESS: Right bank just below Big Shoals, Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: A nice sandy beach perfect for lunch.

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_114309.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#BBS

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Robinson Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.3368088, -82.6858095

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 176.78

ADDRESS: Left bank, a quarter mile below Big Shoals, 1.3 miles below Big Shoals Tract Launch. Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: Forms eddies in the river.

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#RC

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_120325.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#RC

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_120228.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Bell Springs Run Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.3332363, -82.6894819

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 176.42

ADDRESS: Left bank, 1/3 mile below Robinson Creek, 2/3 miles below Big Shoals, 1 2/3 miles down from Big Shoals Tract Launch. Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: Spring water coming out of a sharp cleft in the riverbank bluff.

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#BSR

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_121004.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#BSR

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_121203.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Right Bank Dry Runoff Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.3330308, -82.696744

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 175.97

ADDRESS: Right bank, half a mile below Bell Springs Run, 1.1 miles below Big Shoals, 2.11 miles below Big Shoals Tract Launch. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: USGS does not know of a creek here, but it sure looks like one.

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#RBDR

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_122032.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#RBDR

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_122606.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Big Shoals Main Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.3295212, -82.7083034

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 175.19

ADDRESS: Right bank, 1 1/4 miles below Bell Springs Run, 1.88 miles below Big Shoals, 2.89 miles below Big Shoals Tract Launch. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: A noticeable creek mouth. According to USGS it drains most of the park, as well as parts of the Nutrien phosphate mine. What is its real name?

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#BSMC

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_124133.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_124133.html

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Falling Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.3211583, -82.7164812

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 174.41

ADDRESS: Left bank, 2 2/3 miles below Big Shoals and 3 2/3 miles below Big Shoals Tract Launch. Columbia County.

DESCRIPTION: A sizeable flowing creek with a bridge across it for the Cross Seminole Trail. It comes north almost 12 miles from the other side of I-10.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#FC

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#FC

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/falling-creek-bridge.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#FC

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Little Shoals Shoal

CATEGORIES: Shoal

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.331959, -82.722455

OWNERSHIP: Public

WHITEWATER CLASS: Class II

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 55

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 173.38

ADDRESS: About three and a half miles downstream from Big Shoals and 4.7 miles down from Big Shoals Tract Launch. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Substantial rapids. Be prepared.

WEBSITE: https://map.mysuwanneeriver.com/tracts/little-shoals-121/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#LS

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_132424.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-outing/20190119_135542.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-outing

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Big Shoals Public Lands Boundary Point of Interest

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.3293156, -82.7343371

MILE: 172.5

ADDRESS: About 4.5 miles downstream from Big Shoals, and 0.4 miles upstream from Suwannee River Wayside Park Ramp. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Marked by a sign on the right bank.

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_142616.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#BSPLB

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


US 41 Shoals Shoal

CATEGORIES: Shoal

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.3281, -82.73679

OWNERSHIP: Public

WHITEWATER CLASS: Class I

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 55

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 172.33

ADDRESS: Within sight of the Norfolk Southern Railroad and US 41 bridges. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Small rapids that can catch you off guard.

WEBSITE: https://map.mysuwanneeriver.com/tracts/little-shoals-121/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#US41S

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_135006.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-outing/20190119_135542.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-outing

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Hall Barnett Creek Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.3264667, -82.7384

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 172.19

ADDRESS: Right bank, a hundred feet upstream from the Norfolk Southern Railroad Bridge. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: A creek that comes down the east side of White Springs.

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_143402.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#HBC

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


NS RR Bridge Railbridge

CATEGORIES: Railbridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.326129, -82.7383

OWNERSHIP: Private, Norfolk Southern

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 172.17

ADDRESS: Downstream of Little Shoals. Southeast of White Springs, Florida. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Deck plate girder railroad bridge over the Suwannee River by Norfolk Southern Railroad.

AKA: Norfolk Southern Railroad Suwannee River Bridge

WEBSITE: https://bridgehunter.com/fl/hamilton/bh95108/

OTHER REFERENCE: http://www.nscorp.com/content/nscorp/en/shipping-tools/system-maps-directories-schedules.html

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_135121.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/20230520_143334.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-20–big-shoals-suwannee-river-pictures/#TO

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


US 41 Bridge @ US 41 BridgeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.32582, -82.73851

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 172.12

ADDRESS: Downstream of Little Shoals. Southeast of White Springs, Florida. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: 410.1-foot 6-span girder bridge with concrete cast-in-place bridge across the Suwannee River, built in 1980.

HISTORIC FACTS: Replaces former bridge built in 1925. https://bridgehunter.com/fl/hamilton/white-springs/

AKA: FL-25 Bridge or Ed Scott Bridge

WEBSITE: https://bridgereports.com/1081752

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#US41B

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_135136.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwannee River Wayside Park Ramp @ US 41 Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.3255, -82.739167

OWNERSHIP: Public, Town of White Springs, FL, PARCEL 8758-000

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 51

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 172.10

ADDRESS: Right bank, just downstream of US 41 Bridge. From White Springs, travel south on US 41 to the river; the ramp is on the south side in the town park. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Public park and boat ramp on the Suwannee River. Take out downstream of Big Shoals and Little Shoals.

OTHER REFERENCE: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/#Take-Out

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

UPSTREAM: 5.98 miles from Suwannee River Wayside Park Ramp to Big Shoals Tract Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 2.94 miles from Suwannee River Wayside Park Ramp to Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park Launch

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/20210519_135229.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-19–big-shoals-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/384A3781.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Beth Gammie for WWALS on Southwings flight

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


White Springs Gauge River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.325556, -82.738333

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 172.1

ADDRESS: US 41 bridge over Suwannee River at White Springs, FL, Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02315500 SUWANNEE RIVER AT WHITE SPRINGS, FLA.

WEBSITE: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=wspf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrograph

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


FL 136 Bridge Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.328156, -82.759784

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 169.92

ADDRESS: From White Springs, take Bridge Street (FL 136) southwest out of town. Hamilton, Columbia Counties.

DESCRIPTION: A modern highway bridge built in 1954.

AKA: J. Graham Black-Joseph W. McAlpin Bridge

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


American Canoe Adventures @ Bridge Street OutfitterCanoe Rental

CATEGORIES: Outfitter

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.329083, -82.759031

OWNERSHIP: Private

ACCESS: Yes

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 169.89

ADDRESS: 10610 Bridge St. White Springs, FL 32096, Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: “”You will be transported to your trip from our shop. On the way you will be provided with a river map, an explanation of your trip, and current river conditions. Approximated paddling times will vary with your paddling proficiency, weather conditions, and water level, but average 2 to 3 miles an hour.””

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: https://aca1.com/

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

PHOTO: https://img1.wsimg.com/isteam/ip/07862e21-56db-4b42-9004-85367c386fae/bdf2871e47ee28d0dbab0cf8cf414bde.jpeg/:/cr=t:19.88%25, l:4.82%25, w:90.36%25, h:60.24%25/rs=w:600, h:300, cg:true, m

PHOTOSET: https://aca1.com/

PHOTO SOURCE: American Canoe Adventures

PHONE NUMBER: (386) 397-1309

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park Launch @ Lillian Sanders Drive Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.327333, -82.769333

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 51

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 169.16

ADDRESS: Canoe launch is in Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs. Hamilton County.

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

UPSTREAM: 2.94 miles from Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park Launch to Suwannee River Wayside Park Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 4.92 miles from Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park Launch to Swift Creek Launch

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/384A3776.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/

PHOTO SOURCE: Beth Gammie for WWALS on Southwings flight

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park Public LandHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Public Land

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.332884, -82.769513

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 169.16

ADDRESS: 11016 Lillian Saunders Drive, White Springs, FL 32096, Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: “”Situated on the banks of the legendary Suwannee River, this center honors the memory of American composer Stephen Foster, who wrote “”Old Folks at Home, “” the song that made the river famous. The museum features exhibits about Foster’s most famous songs, and his music can be heard emanating from the park’s 97-bell carillon throughout the day. Hiking, bicycling, canoeing and wildlife viewing are popular activities. Miles of trails wind through some of the most scenic areas of North Florida. Overnight visitors can stay in the full-facility campground or in a cabin.””

HISTORIC FACTS: Every Memorial Day weekend (last weekend in May), the park hosts the Florida Folk Festival. https://www.floridastateparks.org/FloridaFolkFestival Other special events include concerts, weekend retreats, a regional quilt show, a holiday light display and an antique tractor show.

WEBSITE: https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/stephen-foster-folk-culture-center-state-park

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-26–fl-folk-festival/SF_ColinHackney_FFF_Tower.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-26–fl-folk-festival/

PHOTO SOURCE: Florida State Parks

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 245-2157

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Swift Creek Launch @ CR 25A Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.34129, -82.81692

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 51

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 164.24

ADDRESS: Swift Creek tract from White Springs: Take CR 25A west; the entrance to the Swift Creek tract is on the left. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Swift Creek Landing is here: 30.34129, -82.81692, but google maps will route that to the wrong side of the river. So use 30.34278, -82.8221 to route to Swift Creek Tract, and then it’s left, right to the launch.

WEBSITE: https://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/274/Blue-Sink-Rocky-Creek-Swift-Creek

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

UPSTREAM: 4.92 miles from Swift Creek Launch to Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 0.18 mile from Swift Creek Launch to Blue Sink Launch

PHOTO: http://www.l-a-k-e.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/42e4036bc1a8e3c89dc06532da05aad1.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/274/Blue-Sink-Rocky-Creek-Swift-Creek

PHOTO SOURCE: SRWMD

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Blue Sink Launch @ 64th Terrace Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.340611, -82.819892

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

Lowest boatable: 51

Highest safe: 68

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 164.06

ADDRESS: 3565 64th Terrace, White Springs, FL 32096, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Blue Sink tract from Live Oak: Travel northeast on SR 136 crossing I-75; travel approximately 1 mile past the interstate, turn left on 27th Road and the Blue Sink tract begins approximately .75 mile on both sides of the road. From White Springs: Travel southwest on SR 136, turn right on 27th Road.

WEBSITE: https://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/274/Blue-Sink-Rocky-Creek-Swift-Creek

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

UPSTREAM: 0.18 mile from Blue Sink Launch to Swift Creek Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 1.59 miles from Blue Sink Launch to Rocky Creek Launch

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/384A3760.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/384A3760.jpg

PHOTO SOURCE: Beth Gammie for WWALS on Southwings flight

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


I-75 Suwannee River Bridge @ I-75 Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.34648, -82.83269

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 162.89

ADDRESS: Between Blue Sink Launch and Rocky Creek Launch, Suwannee, Hamilton Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Pair of 339.9′ concrete cast-in-place decks on 7-span prestressed-concrete stringer bridges, built 1962, reconstructed 1967.

WEBSITE: https://bridgereports.com/1082164

OTHER REFERENCE: https://bridgereports.com/1082157

ADDITIONAL INFO SOURCES: http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/waterlevels.html

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Rocky Creek Launch @ 62nd Street Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.341847, -82.836782

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: White Springs

MILE: 162.47

ADDRESS: Rocky Creek tract from Live Oak: Travel north on US 129, turn right on CR 136A, go east 6 miles, turn left on 53rd Road, follow 53rd Road to 62nd Street, turn right; the street dead ends at the Rocky Creek tract. Suwannee County.

WEBSITE: https://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/274/Blue-Sink-Rocky-Creek-Swift-Creek

UPSTREAM: 1.59 miles from Rocky Creek Launch to Blue Sink Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 3.72 miles from Rocky Creek Launch to Woods Ferry Tract Launch

PHOTO: http://www.l-a-k-e.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/42e4036bc1a8e3c89dc06532da05aad1.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/274/Blue-Sink-Rocky-Creek-Swift-Creek

PHOTO SOURCE: SRWMD

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


PCS Dragline and Utility Corridor across CR 6 Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.524222, -82.845694

OWNERSHIP: Private

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

ADDRESS: 6.5 miles east of Jasper on CR 6 (Hatley Street). Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Large pipes under CR 6 with excavation nearby, as in Army Corps of Engineers permit SAJ-1984-04652 of October 15, 2019.

AKA: Nutrien Dragline and Utilitiy Corridor

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2019/09/03/pcs-phosphate-mine-dragline-access-permit-application-saj-1984-04652-2019-10-15/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.saj.usace.army.mil/Missions/Regulatory/Public-Notices/Article/1662437/saj-1984-04652-mod-jpf/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–nutrien-phosphate-mine-pictures/KIMG5912.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–nutrien-phosphate-mine-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: Anonymous

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-10-15–pcs-phosphate-usace/p16021coll7_8308-0007.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-10-15–pcs-phosphate-usace

PHOTO2 SOURCE: PCS

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Hogans Branch Nutrien Utility Crossing Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.49535872, -82.76145147

OWNERSHIP: Private

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

ADDRESS: 12.3 miles east of Jasper on CR 6 (Hatley Street), just east of NE Grassy Bay Road and Hogans Branch. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Large pipes under CR 6 with excavation nearby, as in Special Permit 03-1.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2023/04/13/more-materials-hamilton-county-planning-commission-on-nutrien-phosphate-mine-permit-renewal-2023-03-28/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://goo.gl/maps/7chnV3TQue31MSKn7

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–nutrien-phosphate-mine-pictures/hogans-branch-crossing-cr-6-nutrien.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-06-10–nutrien-phosphate-mine-pictures/#GSV

PHOTO SOURCE: Google Streetview

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-03-28–hamco-planning-more/CMMPA-MAPS-20221031-Final-0033.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-03-28–hamco-planning-more/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: PCS

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Nutrien Phosphate Mine PMine

CATEGORIES: Pmine

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.529241, -82.869756

OWNERSHIP: Private, PCS Phosphate (Nutrien)

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

ADDRESS: From I-75 North, exit at State Road 129; travel north to Jasper (SR 129 will merge into SR 41); turn right onto County Road 6 and travel east approximately six miles to the project sites north and south of CR 6. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Decades-old phosphate mine that keeps expanding. Now owned by Nutrien of Canada.

AKA: PCS Phosphate Mine

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2018/07/12/nutrien-pcs-mining-phosphate-and-water-in-hamilton-county-and-soon-in-columbia-county-2018-07-11/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-12–nutrien-phosphate-mine-pictures/IMG_8494.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2023-05-12–nutrien-phosphate-mine-pictures/

PHOTO SOURCE: Anonymous

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-10-15–pcs-phosphate-usace/p16021coll7_8308-0006.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2019-10-15–pcs-phosphate-usace

PHOTO2 SOURCE: PCS

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Echo River Solar Energy Center Solar

CATEGORIES: Solar

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.29621, -82.85798

OWNERSHIP: Private

WATER BODY: Rocky Creek

GAUGE: White Springs

ADDRESS: 8442 Hogan Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: 74.5 MW solar power farm by FPL.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2018/08/03/fpl-echo-river-solar-energy-facility-suwannee-county-fl/

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2018/08/3f610af16256cea38976e4f6786f9408.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2018/08/03/fpl-echo-river-solar-energy-facility-suwannee-county-fl/

PHOTO SOURCE: FPL

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Woods Ferry River Camp Public LandCampingWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Public Land

LAYER: Hiking Trail

GPS: 30.353667, -82.868333

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: CAMPING, WATER, RESTROOMS, PARKING: Free, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Suwannee Springs

MILE: 159.08

ADDRESS: Located 10 miles from White Springs, in between Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park and the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park. Suwannee County.

WEBSITE: http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.html

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/384A3747.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/

PHOTO SOURCE: Beth Gammie for WWALS on Southwings flight

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Woods Ferry Tract Launch @ Woods Ferry Path Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.362, -82.868333

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Suwannee Springs

MILE: 158.75

ADDRESS: From Live Oak, travel north on US 129 to CR 136A; turn right; travel east to 57 Drive; turn left and continue north to Woods Ferry Path; follow Woods Ferry Path to canoe launch. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: A sandy beach at the end of a woods road.

UPSTREAM: 3.72 miles from Woods Ferry Tract Launch to Rocky Creek Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 8.08 miles from Woods Ferry Tract Launch to Suwannee Springs Launch

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/05/5b223e569b7bcbd91f5cef23e681eb04.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/05/23/pictures-woods-ferry-tract-to-suwannee-springs-2017-05-20/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/woods-ferry-tract-launch.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/pictures/2016-11-23–gammie-white-springs/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Beth Gammie for WWALS on Southwings flight

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Suwannee Springs Launch @ 32 Street StairsHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.394167, -82.933833

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Stairs: Wooden Steps

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Suwannee Springs

MILE: 150.67

ADDRESS: 3243 91st Dr., Live Oak, FL 32060. From Live Oak, travel north on US 129 to 93 Drive; turn right; travel north to 32 Street; turn right and follow to park area. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: A sand beach and stairs next to a sulfur spring with a stone spring wall.

HISTORIC FACTS: “”Suwannee Springs was one of Florida’s original tourist destinations. The spring pool was enclosed in the late 1800s to create a bathing area for a resort hotel, which used to be located nearby. People came from all around the east coast to partake of the “healing sulfur waters” which were rumored to cure everything from gout to marital problems. From the civil war to the 1920s the site had a succession of four wooden hotels, a bathhouse, and many private cottages. A special spur railroad line was established just to take the tourists to the springs. The last hotel burned in 1925 and with the decline of the railroads the resort faded away. Today the springhouse and some private cabins on adjacent property are all that is left of the site.”” https://visitsuwannee.com/live-oak/suwannee-springs

WEBSITE: https://visitsuwannee.com/live-oak/suwannee-springs

OTHER REFERENCE: https://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/168/Sugar-Creek-Suwannee-Springs-Linville

UPSTREAM: 8.08 miles from Suwannee Springs Launch to Woods Ferry Tract Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 1.66 miles from Suwannee Springs Launch to Spirit of Suwannee Music Park Ramp

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-10-16–suwannee-fl-6-sl/20201016_142847.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-10-16–suwannee-fl-6-sl

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Suwannee Springs Gauge River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.392778, -82.933333

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Suwannee Springs

MILE: 150.9

ADDRESS: From Live Oak, travel north on US 129 to 93 Drive; turn right; travel north to 32 Street; turn right and follow to park area. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02315550 SUWANNEE RIVER AT SUWANNEE SPRINGS FLA

WEBSITE: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=likf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrograph

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Suwannee Springs Bridge @ 93rd Drive BridgeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.395123, -82.936322

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 150.53

ADDRESS: From Live Oak, travel north on US 129 to 93 Drive; turn right; park just before the bridge. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Closed to vehicles since 1971, but open to pedestrian and bicycle traffic, the graffiti and the view of the Suwannee River are the main attractions of this 160-foot Parker through truss bridge.

HISTORIC FACTS: Built in 1931 by the Austin Brothers Bridge Company of Dallas, Texas. Closed to vehicle traffic in 1971 when the present US 129 bridge opened.

AKA: Grafitti Bridge or Bridge to Nowhere or Hippie Bridge or Suwanee Springs Bridge or Old US 129 Bridge or 93rd Drive Bridge

WEBSITE: https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/hillman-bridge#:~:text=Suwanee%20Springs%20Bridge%20was%20built, 160%20feet%20over%20the%20river.

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/05/7d699db0ded7f0882c1f58a83abd2284.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/05/23/pictures-woods-ferry-tract-to-suwannee-springs-2017-05-20/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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US 129 Suwannee River Bridge Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.398195, -82.937706

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 150.33

ADDRESS: From Live Oak, travel north on US 129 to the Suwannee River. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: A two-lane highway bridge built in 1971 between Hamilton and Suwannee Counties over the Suwannee River.

AKA: FL 51 Bridge

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/05/6ff50a8b1dcd01716ac2a221c237c3b3.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/05/23/pictures-woods-ferry-tract-to-suwannee-springs-2017-05-20/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/05/a9f49a6bd05604ff269f87ef2b7e9f62.jpg

Photoset2: https://wwals.net/2017/05/17/aerials-woods-ferry-tract-to-suwannee-springs-2016-11-23/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Beth Gammie

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Suwannee Canoe Outpost @ 95th Drive OutfitterCampingCanoe RentalRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic AreaHandicapped AccessibleHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Outfitter

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.4058, -82.948765

OWNERSHIP: Private

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete, CANOE, CAMPING: “Yes, Outposts, Outpost toilet, PARKING: Free, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA, HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Suwannee Springs

MILE: 149.01

ADDRESS: 2461 95th Dr, Live Oak, FL 32060, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: On the left bank: “”The Suwannee Canoe Outpost is the original premier canoe outfitter on the Suwannee River! We have been at our current location in the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park since 1993. We are fortunate to be located at a boat ramp, so we can maximize customer satisfaction while minimizing shuttle times! We offer canoe rental and shuttle service on three of the most exciting and remote rivers in Florida, the Suwannee, North Withlacoochee, and Alapaha Rivers!

HISTORIC FACTS: The oldest outfitter in the Suwannee River Basin.

GRN: Yes

WEBSITE: http://shop.suwanneeoutpost.com/

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/pictures/2018-02-18–ga-37-withlacoochee/20180218_084006.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/pictures/2018-02-18–ga-37-withlacoochee/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (386) 364-4991

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-10-16–suwannee-fl-6-sl/20201016_151342.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-10-16–suwannee-fl-6-sl/

PHOTO2 SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

Photo2 Phone Number: 229-242-0102

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Spirit of Suwannee Music Park Ramp @ 95th Drive RampCampingCanoe RentalWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing Public?

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.405702, -82.948765

OWNERSHIP: Public? Spirit of Suwannee Music Park

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete, CANOE, CAMPING: “RV, Tent, WATER, RESTROOMS, PARKING: Free, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Suwannee Springs

MILE: 149.01

ADDRESS: 2461 95th Dr, Live Oak, FL 32060, From Live Oak, travel north on US 129 to Spirit of Suwannee Music Park; turn left on 95 Drive and follow road to boat ramp. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Left bank. Somewhat sandy at times, but always clear up to Suwannee Canoe Outpost. Inside Spirit of Suwannee Music Park.

WEBSITE: https://public.myfwc.com/le/boatramp/public/Ramp.aspx?FacilityID=SW00246KG&Name=Spirit+Of+The+Suwannee+Music+Park

UPSTREAM: 1.66 miles from Spirit of Suwannee Music Park Ramp to Suwannee Springs Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 1.24 miles from Spirit of Suwannee Music Park Ramp to Deese-Howard Ramp

PHOTO: http://www.otariinae.net/Stanley/Suwannee/soc.jpg

PHOTOSET: http://www.otariinae.net/Stanley/Suwannee/index.htm

PHOTO SOURCE: SRWMD

PHONE NUMBER: (386) 364-4991

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SFWRR Bridge Railbridge

CATEGORIES: Railbridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.409236, -82.951814

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 148.72

ADDRESS: A quarter mile downstream from Spirit of Suwannee Music Park Ramp. Hamilton, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Site of a rail bridge of the former Savannah, Florida & Western Railway line. Built in the 1860s, retired in 1988.

AKA: ACLRailbridge or SBD Railbridge or CSXT Railbridge

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Deese-Howard Ramp @ 107th Road RampParking

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.414056, -82.962983

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete, PARKING: Free

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Suwannee Springs

MILE: 147.77

ADDRESS: 107th Road, Live Oak, FL 32060, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: From Live Oak, travel north on CR 795 to 24 Street; turn right on 24 Street; travel east to 107 Road; turn left and follow road to boat ramp.

WEBSITE: https://public.myfwc.com/le/boatramp/public/Ramp.aspx?FacilityID=SW60458LV&Name=Deese+-+Howard+Public+Boat+Ramp

UPSTREAM: 1.24 miles from Deese-Howard Ramp to Spirit of Suwannee Music Park Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 11.99 miles from Deese-Howard Ramp to Gibson Park Ramp

PHOTO: http://suwanneeparks.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/kyakslide-940×300.jpg

PHOTOSET: http://suwanneeparks.com/deesehoward-boat-ramp/

PHOTO SOURCE: Suwannee Parks & Recreation

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Holton Creek River Camp Public LandCampingWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Public Land

LAYER: Hiking Trail

GPS: 30.42928553, -83.03571939

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: CAMPING, WATER, RESTROOMS, PARKING: Free, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 141.47

ADDRESS: Located between Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Suwannee River State Park. Hamilton County.

WEBSITE: http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.html

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Alapaha River Rise SpringHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Spring

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.438653, -83.089508

OWNERSHIP: Private, Edmund G. Herder Jr, PARCEL 3619-070

ACCESS: No

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 136.08

ADDRESS: Right bank. Upstream on the Suwannee River from Gibson Park Ramp past CR 249. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: The Alapaha River comes out of this spring next to the Suwannee River, after traveling 19 miles underground from the Dead River Sink during much of the dry season.

HISTORIC FACTS: SRWMD and FDEP dye test of 2016-06-22 found dye coming back up about six days later in Alapaha River Rise and Holton Creek Rise on the Suwannee River. https://wwals.net/?p=20807

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/maps/alapaha-water-trail/map-alapaha-river-trail/underground/#Rise

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/08/9465ab1041b3f75e2b2d275ca8dc58f91.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Alapaha Rise Gauge River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.439444, -83.089278

OWNERSHIP: Private

ACCESS: No

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Alapaha River Rise

MILE: 136.12

ADDRESS: 15 ft north of southwest 68th Street, 1, 000 ft north of the Suwannee River and 10 mi southwest of Jasper. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02315626 historic

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2014/11/03/alapaha-river-water-levels/#Rise

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/11/e14b339c024df3469f215831872cced1.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2014/11/03/alapaha-river-water-levels/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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CR 249 Bridge Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.43694, -83.09167

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 135.93

ADDRESS: Just upstream from Gibson Park Ramp, downstream from the Alapaha River Rise. Hamilton, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: A 773.0 ft. 2-span steel multi-beam bridge with a concrete cast-in-place deck over the Suwannee River, built in 1984.

AKA: Nobles Ferry Bridge

WEBSITE: https://bridgereports.com/1081892

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Gibson Park Ramp @ SW CR 751 RampParkingPicnic AreaHandicapped Accessible

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.437637, -83.094031

OWNERSHIP: Public, Hamilton County, PARCEL 3620-000

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete, PARKING: Free, PICNIC AREA, HANDICAPPED ACCESSIBLE

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 135.78

ADDRESS: 6844 SW CR 751, Jasper, FL 32052. Right bank, west side of the river. From Jasper, Hamilton County, FL, travel southwest on Right bank. SW CR 249 to SW CR 751; turn left and boat ramp is on the right in Gibson Park. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: The last stop on the Alapaha River Water Trail is on the Suwannee River: Gibson Park Ramp, in a county park of Hamilton County, Florida. Much of the year those last 17.95 river miles are dry down from Jennings Bluff Launch. But in the rainy season (winter) sometimes the Alapaha is high and fast and it’s a quick paddle to the Suwannee and a very short upstream to Gibson Park Ramp.

AKA: Hutch Gibson Park Public Boat Ramp or Nobles Ferry.

WEBSITE: https://hamiltoncountyfl.com/parks-recreation/

UPSTREAM: 11.99 miles from Gibson Park Ramp to Deese-Howard Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 5.11 miles from Gibson Park Ramp to Suwannee River Campsites Ramp

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-11–nondiscrimination-policy/gibson-park-boat-ramp-183450226_10221473036827700_7576434114737006535_n.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2021-05-11–nondiscrimination-policy/

PHOTO SOURCE: Bobby McKenzie

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Old Nobles Ferry Bridge BridgeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.436936, -83.094566

ADDRESS: Halfway between Gibson Park Ramp and the Alapaha River Confluence. Hamilton, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: “”In 1842, Soloman Zipperer and John Martin Zipperer Jr. got a license to operate a ferry across the Suwannee River at what is now called Nobles Ferry (Gibson Park). Soloman died in 1864, and in 1860 his sister Elizabeth (‘Hester’) Zipperer and William J. J. Duncan obtained a license to build a toll bridge to replace the ferry. Eventually, the toll bridge collapsed and was replaced in 1880 by a new ferry at the same site, operated I think by William P. Nobles, a resident of Live Oak. That ferry ran until 1912 when it was replaced by the old steel truss, single lane Nobles Ferry Bridge. It collapsed under the weight of an illegally-crossing turpentine truck in 1968, and was not replaced by the existing open deck bridge until 1984. The approach road to the ferry landing winds down the south (east) bank and is still evident. Atop the bank is a large oak with a ring scar where the ferry cable was moored. The ferry crossed the Suwannee, landing on either side of the mouth of the Alapaha (east actually landing up into the Alapaha). There were roads down from both sides.”” –Ken Sulak https://wwals.net/?p=57296

HISTORIC FACTS: See History of Alapaha River Bridges, US 41 to Nobles Ferry –Ken Sulak 2021-12-08 https://wwals.net/?p=57296

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Alapaha River Confluence Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.43672, -83.09655

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: No

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 135.64

ADDRESS: Put in at Gibson Park and float downstream on the Suwannee River, Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Confluence of the Alapaha River with the Suwannee River. There is water here year-round, but upstream not far may be dry much of the year. End of the Alapaha River.

WEBSITE: http://www.hamiltoncountyflorida.com/cd_parksrec.aspx

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/08/e06605733a8679809c29c7945c923d6f1.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Five Holes Land Access Spring

CATEGORIES: Spring

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.4176065, -83.1569645

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 130.98

ADDRESS: Walk north from Suwannee River Campsites to the gate just east of SW 46th Ave. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: A woods trail to a chain of five swallets above the Suwannee River.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2018-02-10–five-holes/#Sign

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2018-02-10–five-holes/20180210_154545.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2018-02-10–five-holes/#Sign

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Five Holes Beach Access Spring

CATEGORIES: Spring

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.4177494, -83.1547851

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 131.04

ADDRESS: Downstream from Gibson Park, right bank, last bend before Suwannee River Campsites Ramp. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Beach access for climb up to five linked swallets leading to the Suwannee River.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/#Beach-at-Five-Holes

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/08/42cefa181cdec8937b9dbb738c7346411.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/#Beach-at-Five-Holes

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Five Holes Outflow Spring

CATEGORIES: Spring

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.4174976, -83.1550674

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 131.01

ADDRESS: Downstream from Gibson Park, right bank, last bend before Suwannee River Campsites Ramp, just past the beach. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: The outflow, also known as Seven Sisters Springs, of Five Holes, a chain of linked swallets.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/#outflow

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/08/f94c2e66d0ac005bab615414ce51a0f31.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/#outflow

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Seven Sisters Springs Spring

CATEGORIES: Spring

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.4175, -83.155331

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 131.00

ADDRESS: Downstream from Gibson Park, just before Suwannee River Campsites Ramp. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: 4th Magnitude spring, which is the outflow of Five Holes, a chain of linked sinks and springs. “”Seven Sisters Cave has two springs inside. The “”sisters”” refer to skylight entrances. The cave ends in a deep upstream sump.”” —Alan Cressler, 2008-08-14

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/#outflow

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/08/20588d762ab6c0bad2a0d9eb642a95121.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/#outflow

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

PHOTO2: https://live.staticflickr.com/3041/2776217253_481912bb33_3k.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.flickr.com/photos/alan_cressler/2776217253

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Alan Cressler

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Suwannee River Campsites Ramp @ SW 46th Ave. RampParkingHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.414, -83.159167

OWNERSHIP: Public, SRWMD? PARCEL 5555-555

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete, PARKING: Free

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 130.67

ADDRESS: Right bank. 10650 SW 46th Ave., Jasper, FL 32052, Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: From US 90, turn right onto NE Myrrh Street; cross the Withlacoochee River (road becomes CR 141); turn right on SW 74 Street; turn right on SW 44 Lane; travel south to SW 77 Street; turn left and follow to boat ramp. Government Owned for General Public Use.

HISTORIC FACTS: River put-in for many protests in 2015, 2016, and 2017 against the Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline crossing slightly downstream. https://wwals.net/?p=28959

AKA: CR 141 Ramp (SRWMD) or Suwannee Campsites Ramp or Florida Trail Suwannee River Boat Launch Trailhead or Big Oak Boat Ramp.

WEBSITE: https://public.myfwc.com/le/boatramp/public/Ramp.aspx?FacilityID=HM10010LW&Name=Highway+141+and+Suwannee+River

UPSTREAM: 5.11 miles from Suwannee River Campsites Ramp to Gibson Park Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 2.65 miles from Suwannee River Campsites Ramp to Suwannee River State Park Ramp

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2021/12/20170423_125547-1.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/04/23/suwannee-river-campsites/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Suwannee River State Park Ramp @ 201st Path LaunchCampingWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.3877, -83.1688

OWNERSHIP: Public, SRWMD

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: Concrete, CAMPING, WATER, RESTROOMS, PARKING: $5.00/vehicle, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 128.02

ADDRESS: Left bank, 3631 201st Path, Live Oak, FL 32060, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Slightly upstream from the Withlacoochee River Confluence with the Suwannee River.

WEBSITE: https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Suwannee-River

UPSTREAM: 2.65 miles from Suwannee River State Park Ramp to Suwannee River Campsites Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 3.35 miles from Suwannee River State Park Ramp to Anderson Spring Launch

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/08/69d2ffd7fa67b505d9a5ee0658c5e8f31.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/#Beach-at-Five-Holes

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Withlacoochee River Confluence Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.385669, -83.171431

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.79

ADDRESS: About a quarter mile past the ranger station, a high bluff overlooks the spot where the Withlacoochee River comes in river right to join the Suwannee River about a thousand feet downstream from SRSP Boat Ramp, on its way to the Gulf of Mexico. Hamilton, Madison, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: The tea-colored tannic acid water of the Withlacoochee River quickly gets lost in the deeper blackwater Suwannee River.

WEBSITE: https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Suwannee-River

PHOTO: https://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/08/998b9be46550e514053d60b9cf7c438c1.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2015/08/16/pictures-and-videos-from-alapaha-rise-sabal-trail-pipeline-five-holes-and-alapaha-and-withlacoochee-confluences-on-the-suwannee-river-2015-08-15/#Beach-at-Five-Holes

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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NE end Ellaville log boom Point of InterestHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.385771, -83.170995

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.82

ADDRESS: On the left (east) bank of the mouth of the Withlacoochee River. Hamilton County.

DESCRIPTION: Site of one end of the log boom that caught pine trees floated down the Withlacoochee River.

HISTORIC FACTS: The log boom fed the timber mill that was the prosperity of Ellaville.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2022/12/01/county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river-2022-11-26/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/annotated-aerial.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/#Maps

PHOTO SOURCE: Ken Sulak

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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NW end Ellaville log boom Point of InterestHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.385658, -83.171639

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.79

ADDRESS: On the right (west) bank of the mouth of the Withlacoochee River. Madison County.

DESCRIPTION: Site of one end of the log boom that caught pine trees floated down the Withlacoochee River.

HISTORIC FACTS: The log boom fed the timber mill that was the prosperity of Ellaville.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2022/12/01/county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river-2022-11-26/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/annotated-aerial.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/#Maps

PHOTO SOURCE: Ken Sulak

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Ellaville Suwannee River Ferry FerryHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Ferry

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.384867, -83.171789

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.76

ADDRESS: Just upstream from the Ellaville Gauge. Madison, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Site of the ferry before the County Bridge and the Hillman Bridge.

HISTORIC FACTS: Before the County Bridge was built in 1908, this ferry was the method to cross the Suwannee River below Ellaville.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2022/12/01/county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river-2022-11-26/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/annotated-aerial.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/#Maps

PHOTO SOURCE: Ken Sulak

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Ellaville Gauge River GaugeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.38466196, -83.1718058

OWNERSHIP: Public, TIITF/REC & PARKS & PARKS SUWANNEE RIVER ST PK, PARCEL 24-01S-11E-10898-000000 (90)

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.76

ADDRESS: Left bank, just upstream from CSX RR bridge, upstream from Hillman Bridge and US 90. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02319500 SUWANNEE RIVER AT ELLAVILLE, FLA

HISTORIC FACTS: “”The fact that the gauge station is right next to the old bridge site tells me that the gauge station was put in place also in 1908. It was left there but rebuilt in 1925 when the Hillman Bridge was built further downstream.”” —Ken Sulak

WEBSITE: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=ellf1

PHOTO: https://water.weather.gov/resources/hydrographs/ellf1_hg.png

PHOTOSET: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?gage=ellf1&wfo=tae

PHOTO SOURCE: National Weather Service

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Ellaville County Bridge BridgeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.384821, -83.171894

OWNERSHIP: Public, TIITF/REC & PARKS & PARKS SUWANNEE RIVER ST PK, PARCEL 24-01S-11E-10898-000000 (90)

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.76

ADDRESS: Just upstream from the CSX RR Bridge on the left (south) bank is a remaining abutment of the Ellaville County Bridge. Madison, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: “”The County Bridge rested upon concrete abutments and lally column supports, but there were also some tall timber pilings on the Madison County (north) side. A few of these very tall timber pilings still remain submerged in the river next to the base of the old County Bridge. Used to be about 8 of these in the mid-1990s. At least 2 remain and can be seen easily at very low water.”” —Ken Sulak

HISTORIC FACTS: Built in 1908 to replace the ferry. Itself replaced by the Hillman Bridge in 1928.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2022/12/01/county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river-2022-11-26/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/abutment-county-bridge.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/#CB

PHOTO SOURCE: Ken Sulak

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/annotated-aerial.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2022-11-26–county-bridge-hillman-bridge-suwannee-river/#Maps

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Ken Sulak

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CSX RR Bridge Railbridge

CATEGORIES: Railbridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.384932, -83.172329

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.72

ADDRESS: 370 feet downstream from the Withlacoochee River Confluence. Madison, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Bridge actively used by CSX Railroad. Formerly the Pensacola and Georgia Railroad.

WEBSITE: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/gretchen/2019-06-01–wwals-withlacoochee/#Suwannee-River

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/gretchen/2019-06-01–wwals-withlacoochee/P6011062.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/gretchen/2019-06-01–wwals-withlacoochee/#Suwannee-River

PHOTO SOURCE: Gretchen Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

PHOTO2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/gretchen/2019-06-01–wwals-withlacoochee/P6011064.jpg

Photoset2: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/gretchen/2019-06-01–wwals-withlacoochee/#Suwannee-River

PHOTO2 SOURCE: Gretchen

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Hillman Bridge BridgeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.384479, -83.174582

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.58

ADDRESS: A fifth of a mile downstream from the Withlacoochee River Confluence, between the CSX RR Bridge and the US 90 Bridge, NE Drew Way, Live Oak, FL 32060, Madison, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Built 1926, abandoned 1983, 916.0-foot 3-span Metal 7 Panel Rivet-Connected Pratt Through Truss bridge over the Suwannee River.

HISTORIC FACTS: “”Hillman Bridge is a through truss bridge located in the small town of Ellaville, once a thriving sawmill and manufacturing center owned by George Franklin Drew, Florida’s governor between 1877 to 1881. Built as a federal aid project in 1925-1926 by the R.H.H. Blackwell Co. of East Aurora, N.Y., it was named “Hillman Bridge” during its construction after W.J. Hillman of Live Oak, a member of the State Road Department who had helped push for the construction of the bridge.”” https://www.abandonedfl.com/hillman-bridge/

AKA: Old US 90 Bridge

WEBSITE: https://www.abandonedfl.com/hillman-bridge/

OTHER REFERENCE: https://historicbridges.org/bridges/browser/?bridgebrowser=florida/ellaville/

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/gretchen/2019-06-01–wwals-withlacoochee/P6011066.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/gretchen/2019-06-01–wwals-withlacoochee/#Suwannee-River

PHOTO SOURCE: Gretchen Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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US 90 Suwannee River Bridge Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.3846, -83.17574

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.51

ADDRESS: A quarter mile downstream from the Withlacoochee River Confluence. Madison, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: 761.2 ft. 10-span prestressed concrete stringer bridge built in 1986 over the Suwannee River.

AKA: FL 10 Suwannee River Bridge

WEBSITE: https://bridgereports.com/1082061

PHOTO: https://goo.gl/maps/Jexnmzw2J44yykyu8

PHOTOSET: https://www.google.com/maps/@30.38497, -83.174671, 467m/data=!3m1!1e3

PHOTO SOURCE: Google streetview

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

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Suwannee River Canoe Rental Outfitter

CATEGORIES: Outfitter

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.369146, -83.149612

OWNERSHIP: Private

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.86

ADDRESS: 4404 193rd Dr, Live Oak, FL 32060, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Est. 1986.

GRN: No

WEBSITE: http://www.suwanneerivercanoerental.com/

PHOTOSET: http://www.suwanneerivercanoerental.com/About-Us.html

PHOTO SOURCE: Suwannee River Canoe Rental

PHONE NUMBER: (386) 364-4185

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwannee Plant Intake Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.381302, -83.181946

OWNERSHIP: Private, Duke Energy

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.06

ADDRESS: 3880 River Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Cooling water intake for natural gas power plant

WEBSITE: https://www.industrynet.com/listing/3810806/duke-energy-florida-inc-suwannee-river-plant

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Suwannee Plant Point of InterestHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Point Of Interest

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.376746, -83.180719

OWNERSHIP: Private, Duke Energy

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 127.01

ADDRESS: 3880 River Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Natural gas power plant

HISTORIC FACTS: “”Peaking plant; all 3 gas turbines were retired in December 2016, reducing MW tot capacity to 155.”” https://www.industrynet.com/listing/3810806/duke-energy-florida-inc-suwannee-river-plant

WEBSITE: https://www.industrynet.com/listing/3810806/duke-energy-florida-inc-suwannee-river-plant

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Suwannee Plant Outflow Tributary

CATEGORIES: Tributary

LAYER: Point of Interest

GPS: 30.378749, -83.186999

OWNERSHIP: Private, Duke Energy

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 126.72

ADDRESS: 3880 River Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Cooling water outflow from natural gas power plant

WEBSITE: https://www.industrynet.com/listing/3810806/duke-energy-florida-inc-suwannee-river-plant

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


Suwannee Solar Plant SolarHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Solar

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.376756, -83.173333

OWNERSHIP: Private, Duke Energy, PARCEL 25-01S-11E-1090700.0000

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 126.63

ADDRESS: River Road, Live Oak, FL 32060, east across from Duke Suwannee River Power Plant. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: 8.8 megawatt solar plant on 62 acres.

WEBSITE: https://wwals.net/2017/04/24/suwannee-bocc-approves-duke-solar-plant-2017-04-18/

PHOTO: http://wwals.com/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/04/a6c027f5faee8c0ad55dbbabfa9592f5.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2017/04/24/suwannee-bocc-approves-duke-solar-plant-2017-04-18/

PHOTO SOURCE: Suwannee County Property Appraiser

PHONE NUMBER: (850) 290-2350

Suggestions: https://forms.gle/DipPgU2TP5atc2Rf9


I-10 Bridge Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.357776, -83.193314

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 125.07

ADDRESS: Between Live Oak and Madison, Florida. 2 3/4 miles downstream from the WIthlacoochee River Confluence and half a mile upstream fro Anderson Spring Launch. Madison, Suwannee Counties.

DESCRIPTION: A pair of modern interstate highway bridges built in 1971.

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Anderson Spring Launch @ River Road Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.352967, -83.18937

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Ellaville

MILE: 124.67

ADDRESS: From Live Oak, go west on US 90; turn left onto River Road; entrance to Anderson Springs will be on your right. Suwannee County.

UPSTREAM: 3.35 miles from Anderson Spring Launch to Suwannee River State Park Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 8.73 miles from Anderson Spring Launch to Boundary Bend Ramp

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Boundary Bend Ramp @ SE Boundary Bend Trail Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.261333, -83.237833

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Dowling Park

MILE: 115.94

ADDRESS: From Dowling Park, travel west on CR 250; turn right on NW CR 101; travel north on NW CR 101 (road becomes SE Waccamaw Avenue); turn right on SE Boundary Bend Trail and follow to ramp. Madison County.

UPSTREAM: 8.73 miles from Boundary Bend Ramp to Anderson Spring Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 2.87 miles from Boundary Bend Ramp to Dowling Park Ramp

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Dowling Park River Camp Public LandCampingWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Public Land

LAYER: Hiking Trail

GPS: 30.246505, -83.245814

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: CAMPING, WATER, RESTROOMS, PARKING: Free, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Dowling Park

MILE: 113.29

ADDRESS: Located right across the river from the Advent Christian Village in the town of Dowling Park. Lafayette County.

DESCRIPTION: Steep steps up from the river to a boat rack, across a dining pavilion, to two air-conditioned bathrooms with hot and cold running water, with nearby five elevated and screened sleeping pavilions with electricity.

WEBSITE: http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.html

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-07-18–dowling-park-camping-suwannee-river-pictures/20200719_091829.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2020/08/26/pictures-suwannee-river-dowling-park-river-camp-2020-07-18/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Dowling Park Ramp @ CR 250 Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.244833, -83.249

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Dowling Park

MILE: 113.07

ADDRESS: The boat ramp is on the north side of CR 250 at the Suwannee River. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Wide and easily accessible, slightly downstream from Dowling Park River Camp.

UPSTREAM: 2.87 miles from Dowling Park Ramp to Boundary Bend Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 1.68 miles from Dowling Park Ramp to Sims Landing Ramp (North Lafayette County)

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-07-18–dowling-park-camping-suwannee-river-pictures/20200718_121444.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2020/08/26/pictures-suwannee-river-dowling-park-river-camp-2020-07-18/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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Dowling Park Gauge @ CR 250 River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.244722, -83.249722

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Dowling Park

MILE: 113.02

ADDRESS: Suwannee River at CR 250, Suwanneee, Lafayette Counties.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02319800 SUWANNEE RIVER AT DOWLING PARK, FLORIDA

WEBSITE: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=douf1

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CR 250 Bridge Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.244572, -83.249696

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 112.99

ADDRESS: Southwest of Dowling Park, and just downstream from Dowling Park Ramp. Suwanneee, Lafayette Counties.

DESCRIPTION: A modern highway bridge built in 1955 and substantially rebuilt in July 2020.

PHOTO: https://www.wwals.net/pictures/2020-07-18–dowling-park-camping-suwannee-river-pictures/20200719_093636.jpg

PHOTOSET: https://wwals.net/2020/08/26/pictures-suwannee-river-dowling-park-river-camp-2020-07-18/

PHOTO SOURCE: John S. Quarterman

PHONE NUMBER: (229) 242-0102

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LOPG RR Bridge Railbridge

CATEGORIES: Railbridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.24327, -83.250864

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 112.96

ADDRESS: About 150 feet downstream of the CR 250 Bridge. Suwanneee, Lafayette Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Former Live Oak, Perry and Gulf Railroad line, built in 1957, closed in 1977.

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Sims Landing Ramp (North Lafayette County) @ NW Sims Landing Road Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.2275, -83.240667

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Dowling Park

MILE: 111.39

ADDRESS: From Dowling Park, travel west on CR 250; turn left on NW CR 251; travel south on NW CR 251; turn left on NW Sims Landing Road and follow to boat ramp. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 1.68 miles from Sims Landing Ramp (North Lafayette County) to Dowling Park Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 0.96 mile from Sims Landing Ramp (North Lafayette County) to Christian Tract Launch

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Christian Tract Launch @ Shirley Springs Trail Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.215, -83.243167

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Dowling Park

MILE: 110.43

ADDRESS: From Live Oak, travel southwest on CR 250 to 225 Road; turn left; travel south to 136 Street; turn right and travel west; crossover 233 Road onto Christian Path; follow road and turn right on Shirley Springs Trail; follow road to canoe launch. Suwannee County.

UPSTREAM: 0.96 mile from Christian Tract Launch to Sims Landing Ramp (North Lafayette County)

DOWNSTREAM: 3.87 miles from Christian Tract Launch to Charles Spring Ramp

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Charles Spring Ramp @ 237 Drive Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.166833, -83.231

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 106.56

ADDRESS: From Live Oak, travel south on SR 51 to 152 Street; turn right on 152 Street; travel west crossing 237 Drive and boat ramp is in the county park. Suwannee County.

UPSTREAM: 3.87 miles from Charles Spring Ramp to Christian Tract Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 0.06 mile from Charles Spring Ramp to Ezell Landing Ramp

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Ezell Landing Ramp @ Ezell Landing Road Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.165833, -83.231833

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 106.5

ADDRESS: From Mayo, travel north on US 27 to CR 292; turn right on CR 292; travel north to ninety degree turn; continue straight on Ezell Landing Road and follow to boat ramp. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 0.06 mile from Ezell Landing Ramp to Charles Spring Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 3.07 miles from Ezell Landing Ramp to Lafayette Blue Springs State Park Ramp

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Lafayette Blue Springs State Park Ramp @ NW Blue Springs Road Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.127167, -83.2255

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 103.43

ADDRESS: From Mayo, travel west on US 27 to CR 292; turn right and go north to NW Blue Springs Road; turn right and follow road to Lafayette Blue Springs State Park. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 3.07 miles from Lafayette Blue Springs State Park Ramp to Ezell Landing Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 5.21 miles from Lafayette Blue Springs State Park Ramp to Hal W. Adams Bridge Ramp

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Hal W. Adams Bridge Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.099254, -83.171785

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 98.26

ADDRESS: Between Luraville and Mayo. Suwannee, Lafayette Counties.

DESCRIPTION: Highway bridge built in 1947.

AKA: FL 51 Bridge

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Luraville Gauge River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 30.099722, -83.171667

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 98.28

ADDRESS: On SR 51 Hal W. Adams Bridge between Luraville and Mayo. Suwannee, Lafayette Counties.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02320000 SUWANNEE RIVER AT LURAVILLE, FLA.

WEBSITE: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=lurf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrograph

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Hal W. Adams Bridge Ramp @ FL 51 Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.098833, -83.171

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 98.22

ADDRESS: From Mayo, travel north on SR 51 to the river and the ramp is on the right. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 5.21 miles from Hal W. Adams Bridge Ramp to Lafayette Blue Springs State Park Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 0.78 mile from Hal W. Adams Bridge Ramp to Telford Springs Ramp

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Telford Springs Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.108167, -83.164833

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 97.44

ADDRESS: From Live Oak, travel south on SR 51 to 180 Street; turn left; travel east to 203 Road; turn right and follow to boat ramp. Suwannee County.

UPSTREAM: 0.78 mile from Telford Springs Ramp to Hal W. Adams Bridge Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 4.57 miles from Telford Springs Ramp to Hardenbergh Ramp

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Peacock Slough River Camp Public LandCampingWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Public Land

LAYER: Hiking Trail

GPS: 30.1015, -83.137167

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: CAMPING, WATER, RESTROOMS, PARKING: Free, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 95.57

ADDRESS: Located on the river just south of Peacock Springs State Park. Lafayette County.

WEBSITE: http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.html

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Drew Bridge RailbridgeHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Railbridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 30.10103, -83.114136

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 93.65

ADDRESS: Three quarters of a mile upstream from Hardenbergh Ramp, and 4 1/2 miles downstream from Hal W. Adams Bridge Ramp. 154 Trestle Dr NE, Mayo, FL 32066. Suwannee, Lafayette Counties.

DESCRIPTION: A railroad hand-turned swing bridge of the former Suwannee & San Pedro Railroad line, now perpetually askew in the middle of the Suwannee River. “”This railroad bridge was reportedly moved here from Brazil and put into service at this location around 1901, and abandoned in 1920.”” –Historic Bridges https://historicbridges.org/bridges/browser/?bridgebrowser=florida/drewbridge/

HISTORIC FACTS: “”The bridge and the railroad it served has connections to Florida’s governor (from 1877-1881) George Franklin Drew and his sons George L. Drew and Franklin Drew. George Franklin Drew also created a logging company called the Drew Lumber Company, which was operated along with his son George L. Drew. In 1899, the lumber company found need for a railroad to haul their materials, and they ended up buying the Suwannee and San Pedro Railroad, and extended it so that it would cross the Suwannee River. They took over the railroad’s charter in July 1, 1899 and only 20 days later amended it to extend the link to places like Mayo, FL. This new, extended route needed a Suwannee River bridge. George L. Drew died in September 27, 1900, and Franklin Drew and George L. Drew took the lead in the railroad endeavor as a result. They had purchased a bridge for $15, 500, which reportedly came from Brazil, which was barged into this location to serve their new section of railroad line. Reportedly, the eastern approach grading work was completed by May 8, 1901. It is thus assumed the bridge was installed around this time. The Suwannee and San Pedro Railroad was merged with some other railroad companies into the Florida Railway in 1905. The railway did not last, partially due to completion from other railroads, and from 1918-1921 the railroad was dismantled. The bridge however was not scrapped out, and instead in 1920, Suwannee and Lafayette Counties purchased the bridge for potential use as a highway bridge. This apparently never panned out, and the bridge has remained standing abandoned in the open position to this day.”” https://historicbridges.org/bridges/browser/?bridgebrowser=florida/drewbridge/

WEBSITE: https://historicbridges.org/bridges/browser/?bridgebrowser=florida/drewbridge/

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Hardenbergh Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.090833, -83.111833

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 92.87

ADDRESS: From Mayo, travel east on US 27 to NE CR 361; turn left; travel north to NE CR 354; cross over to NE Pecan Avenue; turn right on NE River Road and follow to boat ramp. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 4.57 miles from Hardenbergh Ramp to Telford Springs Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 1.19 miles from Hardenbergh Ramp to Suwannee River Rendezvous Ramp

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Suwannee River Rendezvous Outfitter

CATEGORIES: Outfitter

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.08683, -83.09455

OWNERSHIP: Private

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 91.69

ADDRESS: 828 NE Primrose Rd, Mayo, FL 32066, Lafayette County.

DESCRIPTION: Campground & RV Resort in Mayo, Florida

GRN: No

WEBSITE: https://www.suwanneeriverrendezvous.com/

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Suwannee River Rendezvous Ramp Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.086833, -83.0945

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 91.68

ADDRESS: From Mayo, travel US 27 east 4.5 miles to NE CR 354; turn left and travel north to NE Primrose Road; turn right at the curve; the ramp is at Suwannee River Rendezvous. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 1.19 miles from Suwannee River Rendezvous Ramp to Hardenbergh Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 1.27 miles from Suwannee River Rendezvous Ramp to Hugh Byron Hollingsworth Sr. Ramp

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Hugh Byron Hollingsworth Sr. Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.083333, -83.074

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 90.41

ADDRESS: From Live Oak, take SR 51 south to CR 349; turn left on CR 349; travel south to 198 Terrace; turn right and travel west to 157 Lane; turn left and follow road to 198 Trail; turn left and travel east to 157 Drive; turn right into park. Suwannee County.

UPSTREAM: 1.27 miles from Hugh Byron Hollingsworth Sr. Ramp to Suwannee River Rendezvous Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 3.81 miles from Hugh Byron Hollingsworth Sr. Ramp to Ft. Macomb Ramp

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Cave Dive Camp OutfitterCamping

CATEGORIES: Outfitter

LAYER: Other

GPS: 30.063209, -83.05606

OWNERSHIP: Private, Sean McCarthy

ACCESS: Yes

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 88.31

ADDRESS: 14942 Riverside Dr, O’Brien, FL 32071, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: Private Camping and Aquatic Adventures on the Suwannee River

GRN: No

WEBSITE: http://www.cavedivecamp.com/

PHOTO: http://nebula.wsimg.com/235a915cf4e46ee24ee0c2d3e02fd4d4?AccessKeyId=BD441EDB1E2A74F973EA&disposition=0&alloworigin=1

PHOTOSET: http://www.cavedivecamp.com/

PHOTO SOURCE: Cave Dive Camp

PHONE NUMBER: (407) 797-2633

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Ft. Macomb Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.046333, -83.036667

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Luraville

MILE: 86.60

ADDRESS: From Mayo, travel east on US 27 to CR 410; turn left on CR 410; follow to boat ramp. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 3.81 miles from Ft. Macomb Ramp to Hugh Byron Hollingsworth Sr. Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 2.94 miles from Ft. Macomb Ramp to Walker Tract Launch

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Adams Tract River Camp Public LandCampingWaterRestroomsParkingShelterPicnic Area

CATEGORIES: Public Land

LAYER: Hiking Trail

GPS: 30.035, -83.019

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: CAMPING, WATER, RESTROOMS, PARKING: Free, SHELTER, PICNIC AREA

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Branford

MILE: 85.23

ADDRESS: Located just a few miles upriver of Troy Springs State Park, just north of Branford. Lafayette County.

WEBSITE: http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.html

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Walker Tract Launch Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.016833, -83.006

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Branford

MILE: 83.66

ADDRESS: From Branford, travel west on US 27 to NE CR 425; turn right and travel north; at the end of the pavement the road becomes NE Jeff Walker Road; turn right on the first dirt road to the right and follow to canoe launch. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 2.94 miles from Walker Tract Launch to Ft. Macomb Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 1.74 miles from Walker Tract Launch to Ruth Springs Launch

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Ruth Springs Launch Launch

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.007167, -82.983667

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Launch: riverbank

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Branford

MILE: 81.92

ADDRESS: From Branford, travel west on US 27 to NE CR 425; turn right and travel north to NE Ruth Springs Road, turn right and take the first dirt road to the left and follow to canoe launch. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 1.74 miles from Ruth Springs Launch to Walker Tract Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 2.96 miles from Ruth Springs Launch to Patrician Oaks Ramp

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Denali Mine MineHistoric Attraction

CATEGORIES: Mine

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 30.004724, -82.937248

OWNERSHIP: Private, BOURNE REACHER LLC, PARCEL 32-05S-14E-03723-001000

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 80.06

ADDRESS: 24401 93rd Dr, O Brien, FL 32071, Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: “”Surface Metal Mine specialising in Crushed, Broken Limestone NEC, operated by Denali Mining Inc.””

HISTORIC FACTS: Application FLA187232-005 for an Industrial Wastewater Permit filed with FDEP October 6, 2022.

WEBSITE: https://minesdatabase.com/mines/view/801273

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Patrician Oaks Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 29.976833, -82.961833

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Branford

MILE: 78.96

ADDRESS: From Branford, travel west on US 27 to NE Lantana Road; turn right and follow road to boat ramp. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 2.96 miles from Patrician Oaks Ramp to Ruth Springs Launch

DOWNSTREAM: 3.01 miles from Patrician Oaks Ramp to Ivey Memorial Park Ramp

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Branford Gauge River Gauge

CATEGORIES: River Gauge

LAYER: River Gauge

GPS: 29.955212, -82.928992

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Branford

MILE: 76.08

ADDRESS: On US 27 bridge west from Branford. Suwannee County.

DESCRIPTION: USGS 02320500 SUWANNEE RIVER AT BRANFORD, FLA.

WEBSITE: https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=bfdf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrograph

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Frank R. Norris Bridge Bridge

CATEGORIES: Bridge

LAYER: Bridge

GPS: 29.955173, -82.92955

OWNERSHIP: Public

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

MILE: 76.08

ADDRESS: Just west of Branford on US 27. Suwannee, Lafayette Counties.

DESCRIPTION: A modern highway bridge built in 1989.

AKA: US 27 Suwannee River Bridge

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Ivey Memorial Park Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 29.953833, -82.928167

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Branford

MILE: 75.95

ADDRESS: Boat ramp is located in Branford on the south side of US 27 at the Bridge in Ivey Memorial Park. Suwannee County.

UPSTREAM: 3.01 miles from Ivey Memorial Park Ramp to Patrician Oaks Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 9.39 miles from Ivey Memorial Park Ramp to Dorothy Land Ramp

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Dorothy Land Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 29.883333, -82.888833

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Branford

MILE: 66.56

ADDRESS: From Branford, travel US 27 west to CR 349; turn left and travel south to SE CR 480; turn left and travel east to SE CR 500; turn left and travel north to SE CR 490; turn right and follow to boat ramp. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 9.39 miles from Dorothy Land Ramp to Ivey Memorial Park Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 3.42 miles from Dorothy Land Ramp to Sims Landing Ramp

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Sims Landing Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 29.854, -82.887333

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Bell

MILE: 63.14

ADDRESS: From Branford, travel US 27 west to CR 349; turn left and travel south to SE CR 500; turn left and travel to SE S. N. Hill Road; turn right and travel to SE R. M. Mears Road; turn right and follow to ramp. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 3.42 miles from Sims Landing Ramp to Dorothy Land Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 3.69 miles from Sims Landing Ramp to Hirsh Landing Ramp

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Hirsh Landing Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 29.824833, -82.919833

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Bell

MILE: 59.45

ADDRESS: From Branford, travel US 27 west to CR 349; turn left and travel south to SE CR 500; turn left and travel to SE Leopard Road; turn right and travel to SE Foster Drive; turn right; ramp is on the left. Lafayette County.

UPSTREAM: 3.69 miles from Hirsh Landing Ramp to Sims Landing Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 2.42 miles from Hirsh Landing Ramp to NW 967 Street Ramp

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NW 967 Street Ramp Ramp

CATEGORIES: Landing

LAYER: Brochure

GPS: 29.7995, -82.9275

OWNERSHIP: Public

ACCESS: Yes, Ramp: Concrete

WATER BODY: Suwannee River

GAUGE: Bell

MILE: 57.03

ADDRESS: From Old Town, travel north on CR 349 to CR 340; turn left and travel east 2.5 miles to NW 967 Street; turn left; ramp is at the end of the road. Dixie County.

UPSTREAM: 2.42 miles from NW 967 Street Ramp to Hirsh Landing Ramp

DOWNSTREAM: 0.65 mile from NW 967 Street Ramp to Rock Bluff Ramp

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J.H. Anderson Jr. Memorial Park Public LandRestroomsParkingPicnic Area