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Within Suwannee River State Park, the beautiful Suwannee River Campground is nestled by the Suwannee River in the northern part of Florida. There are many wonderful natural areas nearby where you can go hiking, kayaking, fishing, hunting, or exploring nature. The campground is located in Live Oak, halfway between Jacksonville and Tallahassee. Book an RV in Suwannee County, Florida, set up camp at Suwannee River Campground, and begin your Florida adventure.
When RV camping at Suwannee River Campground, you will have access to campsites with full hookups. Sites are big rig friendly, and the campground also features clean restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and so much more. The park is family and kid-friendly, and the little ones can play on the playground or explore nature trails around the park. Offering easy river access, this park is a great place for fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. The park is also pet-friendly, so your pup can come along for the ride. Close to the intersection of the Suwannee and Withlacoochee rivers, this location was important during the Civil War, and you can visit famous historical locations while you're here. There are also two ghost towns and the remains of a 19th-century steamship.
One of the most popular activities here is hiking by the river. You can also enjoy nature and wildlife watching, especially bird watching. The RV campground is quiet and relaxing, with picnic tables and fire rings at every site.
Aucilla Wildlife Management Area is approximately an hour's drive west when you're motorhome camping at Suwannee River Campground. This scenic area is the perfect day trip destination. Covering over 50,000 acres of mesic flatwoods, upland forest, and river, it is one of the most popular locations for hunting and fishing in this region. If you like wildlife watching, keep your eyes open for Florida black bears, bobcats, river otters, white-tailed deer, and more. The Aucilla and Wacissa rivers are great for canoeing, kayaking, and nature watching.
Just over two hours' drive west of Suwannee River Campground near Tallahassee, you will find the largest forest in the state, Apalachicola National Forest. It is a great place for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and swimming, as there are many rivers, streams, and lakes in the park. Visit Leon Sinks to see incredible caverns and sinkholes, some of the most unique features of this area. Another interesting location in this beautiful park is Apalachee Savannahs Scenic Byway, where you can go hiking, bicycling, or scenic driving. The road is surrounded by fields full of wildflowers.
Osceola Wildlife Management Area is only about an hour's drive east when you're camping at Suwannee River Campground. Within 200,000 acres of Osceola National Forest, this beautiful natural area is perfect for hunting and fishing close to the campground. Enjoy beautiful views while hiking, horseback riding, or scenic driving through the park. Some of the best fishing locations include Ocean Pond, the borrow pits, and the creeks, where you can find largemouth bass, bluegill, warmouth, and crappie. If you are interested in hunting, here you can see deer, turkey, rabbit, otter, and more. Black bears are known to frequent the area too.
Live Oak is a charming little town with some interesting attractions to visit. The Suwannee County Historical Commission is located in a beautiful historic courthouse in the city center. The museum preserves and exhibits archaeological and historical artifacts, objects, photographs, and more from the county’s history. Founded in 1878, this town has a rich history, and it was an important location for the lumber industry in the area. Listen to stories from the past, and see what life was like in the 19th and early 20th centuries while exploring the museum and historic business district.
Heritage Park and Gardens is a perfect location to have a nice afternoon walk and visit this beautiful historic site. Here you can enjoy gorgeous walking trails, a disc golf course, and horseshoe pits. The beautifully landscaped gardens have a playground and covered picnic areas. The park is also a perfect spot for celebrations and family reunions.
While travel trailer camping in northern Florida, you can also visit an incredible wild animal sanctuary located in Live Oak. This beautiful place protects and houses rare and endangered animal species. Here you can go on an organized educational tour by appointment, and learn about native and exotic animals like tigers, arctic foxes, bobcats, leopards, and others. Tours are available for all ages; the whole travel crew will appreciate a visit to this fantastic spot.