Located just off US90, between the towns of Live Oak and Madison, in Natural North Florida, Suwannee River State Park isn’t one of our largest parks, but it certainly is one of the most scenic. It’s upstream of the confluence of the mighty Suwannee River and the lesser “upper” Withlacoochee River, right where the highway crosses the Suwannee River.
In addition to a boat ramp and excellent river access for both power boats and paddle craft, the park offers camping (RV and tent), cabins, and lots of hiking trails. There are also restroom facilities and picnic areas overlooking the river.
“Located along the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail, each of five riverside cabins accommodate up to six people. These spacious two bedroom cabins have heating and cooling, an electric fireplace, screened porch and kitchenette. They are fully equipped with linens and kitchen utensils. Picnic tables and grills are conveniently located at each cabin. One cabin is ADA accessible. On weekends and holidays there is a two night minimum stay unless only one night is available between two confirmed reservations. Pets are not permitted in cabins. For the guest’s relaxation, televisions and phones are not provided. Reservations may be made up to 11 months in advance through ReserveAmerica . Book Online or call (800) 326-3521″