Suwannee River State Park RV & Campground Guide


Located about 12 miles northwest of Live Oak, Florida, Suwannee River State Park offers many different opportunities. You can go on a family bike ride on the paved park roads, but there is plenty of places to go fat-tire and mountain biking. Boating enthusiasts can use the boat ramp to gain access to the Suwannee River and Withlacoochee River. Hike along the high banks of the Suwannee River and through open, sunny pine forests to see Confederate earthworks, one of the oldest cemeteries in Florida, and an old ferry landing. Some paths within the park connect to the Florida National Scenic Trail, so longer hikes are possible. This park's location 95 miles west of Jacksonville, 36 miles northwest of Lake City, and 15 miles southeast of Madison, Florida, makes it easy for many people to reach.

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Spring 56–83 F
Summer 71–93 F
Fall 59–82 F
Winter 46–72 F
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Nearby Cities
Lake City, FL
Valdosta, GA
Gainesville, FL
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Suwannee River State Park

You will love all the things that you can do at Suwannee River State Park and the surrounding area. Bring your RV so that you have longer to play. If you do not have one, then rent one on RVshare.com.

Suwannee River State Park Campground

Stay at Suwannee River State Park campground, which is located close to the river. Rates start at about $22 per night.

• Water hookup: Yes • Electrical hookup: Yes • Sewer hookup: Yes • Wi-Fi: Yes • Pet-friendly: Yes • Other features: Hiking, boating, fishing

Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Campground

The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Campground sits on the Suwannee River banks. You can use the boat launch or play disc golf at this 800-acre facility. The campground usually has live entertainment three nights per week as well. Rates start at about $25 per night at

• Water hookup: Yes • Electrical hookup: Yes • Sewer hookup: Yes • Wi-Fi: Yes • Pet-friendly: Yes • Other features: Boat launch, disc golf, live music, cafe

Jennings KOA

Go swimming in the pool, fish in the lake, and play games at Jennings KOA, which offers year-round programming. Rates start at about $52 per night at this campground that offers pizza and wing delivery.

• Water hookup: Yes • Electrical hookup: Yes • Sewer hookup: Yes • Wi-Fi: Yes • Pet-friendly: Yes • Other features: Fishing pond, swimming pool, game area

Futter’s 4Oaks RV Park

Relax at the spacious Futter's 4Oaks RV Park, which is a great place to enjoy downtime. Rates start at about $25 per night at this campground.

• Water hookup: Yes • Electrical hookup: Yes • Sewer hookup: Yes • Wi-Fi: Yes • Pet-friendly: Yes • Other features: Open space for exploring

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What to Do at
Suwannee River State Park

Inside Suwannee River State Park

The meeting spot of the Suwanee and the Withlacoochee Rivers is in this park. They offer excellent fishing opportunities. You can rent a boat from many nearby providers to explore the rivers. Hiking trails lead through beautiful scenery to many historical sites with interpretative signage that tells you what happened there. This site also contains one of the oldest cemeteries in Florida.

Outside Suwannee River State Park

The north Florida area can easily be explored from this state park. You will find great places to eat and shop. You will also find other nearby attractions on this land that was once home to the Timucuan Indians and was later the site of Civil War battles.


All Decked Out Café

Get your favorite seafood at this restaurant. If you can't decide what to get, opt for the seafood platter containing fish, shrimp, scallops, oysters, and hushpuppies.

Type: Seafood

Location: 1040 Duval St NE, Live Oak, FL 32064

Big Wood BBQ and Grill

The toughest part about eating at this restaurant is deciding if you want smoked chicken, spare ribs, sliced pork, or smoked sausage. Consider ordering a platter containing it all along with corn on the cob, fries, barbecue beans, and garlic toast.

Type: Barbecue

Location: 314 72nd Trce NE, Live Oak, FL 32064

Brown Lantern

Brown Lantern serves outstanding shrimp, and you can get it fried or grilled. You can also get other excellent options, including steak sandwiches.

Type: Diner

Location: 417 Howard St E, Live Oak, FL 32064

Dixie’s Grill & Steer Room

People have been coming to this restaurant for cooked-to-order breakfast favorites and Southern comfort lunch and dinner specials since 1959.

Type: Diner

Location: 101 Dowling Ave SE, Live Oak, FL 32064

Sakura Japanese Sushi and Grill

A focus on using only the finest ingredients to prepare their modern twists on traditional Japanese favorites has allowed this restaurant to become a mainstay in Live Oak.

Type: Japanese

Location: 1548 S Ohio Ave, Live Oak, FL 32064


Clear Springs Soap Company

Among other things, you can get soap made with camel's milk and wrapped in paper containing wildflower seeds that you can actually plant.

Location: 13919 92nd Ter., Live Oak, FL 32060

The Music Center Inc.

This company, which has been in business since 1979, sells a variety of musical instruments and sound equipment. They also provide equipment repairs.

Location: 897 Pinewood Drive SW, Live Oak, FL 32064

Good Time Adventures

Go anywhere in one of the amphibious vehicles available from Good Time Adventures. You can also get a new or used ATV through this business.

Location: 1829 S Ohio Ave., Live Oak, FL 32064

Ease Land

Buy fresh organic produce, including watermelon, blueberries, and oranges, from this organic farm.

Location: 9005 147th Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060

Brian's Sports

Whatever sport you play, this business sells the equipment for it. They also create custom team apparel.

Location: 2282 W US Hwy 90 Ste 102, Lake City, FL 32055


Heritage Park and Gardens

Walking trails, a disc golf course, horseshoe courts, landscaped gardens, a children's playground, and covered picnic areas can be enjoyed at this facility. Heritage Park and Gardens often hosts special events as well.

Location: 1004 Helvenston Ave, Live Oak, FL 32064

Wes Skiles Peacock Springs State Park

Go diving at six sinkholes at this state park before hiking on the paths with interpretative signage. You can also go swimming and have a picnic.

Location: 180th St, Live Oak, FL 32060

Suwannee Country Club

Challenge a friend to a game of golf at Suwannee Country Club's nine-hole course.

Location: 7932 US-90, Live Oak, FL 32060

International Falconry Academy

Go on a nature walk with a guide to spot birds of prey at this facility. International Falconry Academy also offers two- and three-day workshops about falconry.

Location: 15209 165th Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060

Mystic Jungle Educational Facility Inc

See a variety of rescued animals, including bobcats, tigers, and leopards, on a public or private tour of this facility.

Location: 13429 S Hwy, Live Oak Florida

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How to Get to
Suwannee River State Park

Getting to Suwannee River State Park from Live Oak is an easy task. Simply head northeast on Dowling Avenue SE for a little under 350 feet. Then turn left on US 90 West and continue for just over 12 miles. Turn right on Stagecoach Road, and you'll be at the park in less than 100 feet.

Entering Suwannee River State Park

Suwannee River State Park is open daily from 8 a.m. to sundown for day-use activities. Campers can use the facilities 24/7.

Suwannee River State Park Per vehicle (up to 8 people) : $5.0

Suwannee River State Park Per vehicle (single occupant) : $4.0

Suwannee River State Park Per Person (cyclists and walk-ins) : $2.0

This park is full of things that you can do, like hiking, picnicking, boating, and fishing. If you have visited this park, then post about it on social media. Everyone would like to see what you have to say so that they can decide if this park is for them. Be sure to tag RVshare.com in your comments. You can also send your stories and photos to [email protected]

Frequently Asked Questions About Suwannee River State Park

Is Suwannee River State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

Suwannee River State Park is known for being accessible to disabled visitors. The park's on-site campground offers ADA-accessible restrooms with showers included, and there are several ADA-accessible campsites as well.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Suwannee River State Park?

Suwannee River State Park Campground features 30 single-family RV campsites with full hookups. Amenities provided at the campground include an RV dump station, hot showers, laundry facilities, and flush toilets.

What is the climate of Suwannee River State Park?

The weather at Suwannee River State Park is very warm and balmy throughout much of the year. The temperature during summer can regularly exceed 90 degrees, and it consistently stays above 40 during winter.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Suwannee River State Park?

Bird watching is a very popular activity for those who visit Suwannee River State Park. Many types of birds inhabit the area, including herons, egrets, red-tailed hawks, woodpeckers, barred owls, warblers, and many others.

Are pets allowed at Suwannee River State Park?

You can feel free to bring your pets with you to Suwannee River State Park. However, you'll need to keep them on leashes of 6 feet or less at all times when they're outside your vehicle.