Flowing 170 miles across the Florida Panhandle, the Suwannee captures the rich biodiversity and friendly communities of the Old South. Otherworldly cypress trees, crystalline springs, and world-class birdwatching and sport fishing are highlights of a downriver float. Meanwhile, towns along the Suwannee have embraced the water trail. Road-accessible towns and parks (known as “hubs”) and backcountry campsites are staggered along the river, affording ample opportunity to resupply and various trip lengths.
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