SRWT Spreadsheet

Follow this link to the spreadsheet that is used to draw maps for the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail.

For description of what should go in it, see the other spreadsheet.

NAME
CATEGORIES
MILE
Old Mile
CD Mile
PH Mile
Suwannee River Mile
LAYER
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
ADDRESS (physical)
WEBSITE (URL)/ INFORMATION SOURCE/ REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
FOOTNOTE
SMALL PHOTO
PHOTO (Make sure to save photo as jpg and upload to dropbox folder)
Photoset
PHOTO SOURCE
PHONE NUMBER
SMALL PHOTO2
PHOTO2
Photoset2
Photo2 source
Photo2 phone number
OWNERSHIP (Public or Private)
WATER BODY
CANOE/KAYAK RENTAL (Yes or No)
ACCESS (to river)
CAMPING (No or RV Campsites, Tent Campsites, and/or Primitive Campsites)
FOOD (No or Snack Machine, Restaurant, Convenient Store etc.)
WATER (Yes or No)
RESTROOMS (No or Portalet, Flush Toilet, or Vault Toilet)
HISTORIC ATTRACTION
TYPE OF LAUNCH
DOCK (Yes or No)
PARKING/ DAY USE FEE (No or Parking Fee $X or Day Use Fee $X)
SHELTER (Yes or No)
Trash can
PICNIC AREA (Yes or No)
FISH BAIT (Yes or No)
GASOLINE (Yes or No)
Handicapped Accessible
OTHER
Lowest boatable
Highest safe
Gauge
Elevation
TODO
State
County
Parcel
Owner
Parcel link
Comprehensive Plan
Plan quotes
ROAD
Okefenokee Swamp ParkPublic LandBrochure31.056794-82.2723275700 Okefenokee Swamp Park Road Waycross, GA 31503https://okeswamp.com/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.”https://okeswamp.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/header2.jpgPublicOkefenokee SwampYesYesYesYesYesGAWare, Charlton118 001 %.Okefenokee Associaton Inc.https://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=719&LayerID=11432&PageTypeID=4&PageID=4926&KeyValue=118%20%20%20%20001%20%25
Kingfisher LandingLanding273Brochure30.95473-82.137655About 13 miles north of Folkston, on US Route 1/GA Hwy 121.http://www.n-georgia.com/okefenokee-nwr-entrances.htmlIt 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.(912) 496-7836PublicMiddle Fork Suwannee RiverYesYesYesYesRamp: ConcreteYesYesYesGACharltonUSFWS
Maul Hammock Canoe ShelterLanding261Brochure31.0162467-82.2565789http://canoeing.com/kingfisher-landing-spirit-suwannee-park/PublicMiddle Fork Suwannee RiverYesYesNoYesLaunch: overnight platform shelterYesYesGACharltonUSFWS
Big Water Canoe ShelterLanding250Brochure30.936685-82.2797752http://canoeing.com/kingfisher-landing-spirit-suwannee-park/PublicMiddle Fork Suwannee RiverYesYesNoYesLaunch: overnight platform shelterYesYesGACharltonUSFWS
Minnies Lake Canoe ShelterLanding245.8Brochure30.8612425-82.3234769https://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-82.3234769https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipMTgQotZH8GmWXwQ4AhqOvhcUxQONZqWErdO8nL=w408-h306-k-nohttps://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipMTgQotZH8GmWXwQ4AhqOvhcUxQONZqWErdO8nL=w408-h306-k-nohttps://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-82.3234769Google mapsPublicMiddle Fork Suwannee RiverYesNoNoYesLaunch: day platform shelterYesYesGACharltonUSFWS
Bluff Lake Canoe ShelterLanding258Brochure30.8782046-82.1505753https://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-82.1505753https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipOPtALFHEbhk09-pRwhRP_Ptr0z_1TjdugXNRUq=w408-h839-k-nohttps://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipOPtALFHEbhk09-pRwhRP_Ptr0z_1TjdugXNRUq=w408-h839-k-nohttps://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-82.1505753Google mapsPublicOkefenokee SwampYesYesNoYesLaunch: overnight platform shelterYesYesGACharltonUSFWS
Floyds Island CabinLanding250Brochure30.8566-82.2653916https://www.facebook.com/okefenokeewildliferefuge/photos/a.115455901807664/2188300654523168/?type=1&theaterThe 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.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=5D39BAB2https://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=5D39BAB2https://www.facebook.com/okefenokeewildliferefuge/photos/a.115455901807664/2188300654523168/?type=1&theaterOkefenokee NWRPublicOkefenokee SwampYesYesNoYesLaunch: island bankYesYesGACharltonUSFWS
Suwannee Canal Boat RampLanding259Brochure30.73848915-82.14082336From Folkston, travel south on GA Hwy. 121/23 and follow the signs 8 miles to the entrance.https://sherpaguides.com/georgia/wildlife_viewing/colonial_coast/76.htmlSuwannee 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.(912) 496-7836PublicEast Fork Suwannee RiverYesYesYesYesRamp: ConcreteYesYesYesGACharltonUSFWS
Round Top Canoe ShelterLanding252Brochure30.8036186-82.2199942https://www.google.com/maps/place/Round+Top+Canoe+Shelter/@30.8019079,-82.2312566,13.5z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef8781635d58e1:0x16ed01c6dc9751c7!8m2!3d30.8036186!4d-82.2199942https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipPTbtM7MjkfPG3_Qx1L90k-yDfoOejZCOfs2WTT=w493-h240-k-nohttps://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipPTbtM7MjkfPG3_Qx1L90k-yDfoOejZCOfs2WTT=w493-h240-k-nohttps://www.google.com/maps/place/Round+Top+Canoe+Shelter/@30.8019079,-82.2312566,13.5z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef8781635d58e1:0x16ed01c6dc9751c7!8m2!3d30.8036186!4d-82.2199942Google mapsPublicEast Fork Suwannee RiverYesYesNoYesLaunch: overnight platform shelterYesYesGACharltonUSFWS
Canal Run CampsiteLanding249Brochure30.815353-82.2529695https://www.google.com/maps/place/Canal+run+campsite/@30.815353,-82.2551582,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef864c2bd87877:0xe6d400936c4b1b2e!8m2!3d30.815353!4d-82.2529695https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipPJP1lBbS8DV-yJYIbBc6vyRGlZeIymmBnpZMBD=w408-h839-k-nohttps://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipPJP1lBbS8DV-yJYIbBc6vyRGlZeIymmBnpZMBD=w408-h839-k-nohttps://www.google.com/maps/place/Canal+run+campsite/@30.815353,-82.2551582,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88ef864c2bd87877:0xe6d400936c4b1b2e!8m2!3d30.815353!4d-82.2529695Google mapsPublicEast Fork Suwannee RiverYesYesNoYesLaunch: overnight platform shelterYesYesGACharltonUSFWS
Billys Island LandingLanding244Brochure30.8318809-82.3336403http://wwals.net/2017/02/05/wwals-okefenokee-billys-island-outing-2016-12-10/http://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/02/8e93f763dba678d8990a3d233ecf4c86.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/02/afa2f3ca3fdb686465e3c08f032d7acd.jpghttp://wwals.net/2017/02/05/wwals-okefenokee-billys-island-outing-2016-12-10/John S. Quarterman229-242-0102PublicEast Fork Suwannee RiverYesNoNoNoLaunch: wooden platform with stepsYesNoNoNoGACharltonUSFWS
Craven's Hammock Canoe ShelterLanding243Brochure30.8866211-82.4174371https://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-82.4174371PublicNorth Fork Suwannee RiverYesYesNoYesLaunch: overnight platform shelterYesYesGACharlton
North Fork Suwannee River SillLanding237Brochure30.81875-82.41392North Fork meets Suwannee River at the Sill.PublicNorth Fork Suwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankFargoGACharlton
Stephen C. Foster State Park RampLanding242242Brochure30.826833-82.361333From Fargo, travel south on US 441 to CR 177; turn left and travel to Stephen C. Foster State Park.https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/visit/plan_your_visit.htmlThe main entrance to the one of a kind Okefenokee Swamp.912-637-5274PublicSuwannee RiverYesYesRV, Tent, and PrimitiveStoreYesFlush ToiletYesRamp: ConcreteYetState park feesYesYesYesYesFargoGACharlton
Mixon's Hammock Canoe ShelterLanding240Brochure30.8243092-82.3816514https://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-82.3816514https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipNDxBRg2JBwNi3P2Q70O8_XR5LJSHzSHGAqbidx=w408-h306-k-nohttps://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1QipNDxBRg2JBwNi3P2Q70O8_XR5LJSHzSHGAqbidx=w408-h306-k-nohttps://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-82.3816514Google mapsPublicSuwannee RiverYesYesNoYesLaunch: overnight platform shelterYesYesFargoFLCharltonUSFWS
Suwannee River SillLanding238Brochure30.804745-82.417032From 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.https://www.fws.gov/refuge/Okefenokee/visit/plan_your_visit.htmlA dam on the Suwannee River below the Okefenokee Swamp.912-637-5274PublicSuwannee RiverYesNoNoYesLaunch: riverbankNoFargoGAWare, Charlton
Griffis Fish Camp LandingLanding235235Brochure30.7845-82.44633310333 Ga Highway 177 Fargo, Georgia 31631https://www.tripadvisor.com/LocationPhotoDirectLink-g34939-d8481623-i143062528-Griffis_Fish_Camp-Fargo_Georgia.htmlFrom Fargo, travel south on US 441 to CR 177; turn left and travel 10 miles northeast; Griffis Fish Camp is on left.(912) 637-5289PrivateSuwannee RiverYesRV, Tent, and PrimitiveYesFlush ToiletLaunch: riverbank$2 boat launch; camping feesYesYesYesFargoGAClinch177 003Edwin Alphin Griffishttps://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=734&LayerID=11773&PageTypeID=4&PageID=5463&KeyValue=177%20%20%20%20003CR 177
Fargo RampLanding221221Brochure30.681833-82.560167The boat ramp is on the northeast side of US 441 and the Suwannee River.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFargoGAClinchUS 441
Fargo GaugeRiver Gauge221*30.680556-82.560556On US 441 bridge just south of Fargo, GAhttps://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=fgog1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02314500 SUWANNEE RIVER AT US 441, AT FARGO, GAPublicSuwannee RiverFargo91GAClinch
Suwannee River OutfittersOutfitter221221Other30.686539-82.561936729 US-441, Fargo, GA 31631http://www.suwanneeriveroutfitters.com/In the center of Fargo near the Suwannee River. paddle@suwanneeriveroutfitters.comhttp://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/07/5b/29/55/suwannee-river-outfitters.jpghttps://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g34939-d5963490-Reviews-Suwannee_River_Outfitters_Lodge-Fargo_Georgia.htmlTripAdvisor(912) 637-5114PrivateSuwannee RiverYesFargoGAClinchF02 030Thomas E. Kennedyhttp://qpublic7.qpublic.net/ga_display.php?county=ga_clinch&KEY=F02%20%20%20%20030
Roline LaunchLanding202202Brochure30.564167-82.725167From 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.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/225/Turner-Bridge-Roline-Cypress-Creek-SouthPublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankBentonFLHamilton
Turner Bridge RampLanding197.7197.7Brochure30.524333-82.728167From 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.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/225/Turner-Bridge-Roline-Cypress-Creek-SouthPublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBentonFLHamilton
Cypress Creek South LaunchLanding195.7Brochure30.50737-82.71711From 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.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/225/Turner-Bridge-Roline-Cypress-Creek-SouthRustic launch next to busy county road in 21-acre SRWMD tract.http://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/01/4c7f17adf9abdde24bfd657bc599e447.jpghttp://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/01/bdf19a302a81e3611131a15e9f37f1ca-1024x768.jpghttp://wwals.net/2017/01/01/redoux-suwannee-river-roline-to-cypress-creek/John S. Quarterman229-242-0102PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankBentonFLHamilton
Benton GaugeRiver Gauge195.69*30.507222-82.716389From White Springs, Travel north on CR 135 to SR 6 and onwards to the Suwannee River.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=sbnf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02315000 SUWANNEE R NR BENTON FLAPublicSuwannee RiverBentonFLHamilton,Columbia
Cone Bridge Road RampLanding186.5186.5Brochure30.445167-82.670833From Lake City, travel north on US 441 to NW Cone Bridge Road; turn left and follow road to ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBentonFLColumbia
Big Shoals Tract LaunchLanding177.1177.1Brochure30.353167-82.687333From White Springs, travel north on CR 135 to SE 94 Street (Godwin Bridge Road); turn right and follow road to Big Shoals.PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankWhite SpringsFLHamilton
Suwannee River Wayside Park RampLanding171171Brochure30.3255-82.739167From White Springs, travel south on US 41 to the river; the ramp is on the south side in the town park.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteWhite SpringsFLHamilton
American Canoe AdventuresOutfitter168.96Brochure30.329083-82.75903110610 Bridge St. White Springs, FL 32096http://aca1.com/whitesprings.htmYou 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.http://www.aca1.com/images/logo.gifhttp://www.aca1.com/images/logo.gifhttp://aca1.com/American Canoe Adventures(386) 397-1309PrivateSuwannee RiverYesYesWhite SpringsFLHamilton
White Springs GaugeRiver Gauge168.9*30.325556-82.738333US 41 bridge over Suwannee River at White Springs, FLhttps://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=wspf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02315500 SUWANNEE RIVER AT WHITE SPRINGS, FLA.PublicSuwannee RiverWhite SpringsFLHamilton,Suwannee
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park LaunchLanding168.3168.3Brochure30.327333-82.769333Canoe launch is in Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs.PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankWhite SpringsFLHamilton
PCS Phosphate MineMineBrochure30.529241-82.869756From 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.http://www.wwals.net/2018/07/12/nutrien-pcs-mining-phosphate-and-water-in-hamilton-county-and-soon-in-columbia-county-2018-07-11/Decades-old phosphate mine that keeps expanding. Now owned by Nutrien of Canada.http://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-10-15--pcs-phosphate-usace/small/p16021coll7_8308-0006.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-10-15--pcs-phosphate-usace/p16021coll7_8308-0006.jpghttp://wwals.net/pictures/2019-10-15--pcs-phosphate-usacePCSPrivateSuwannee RiverFLHamiltonPCS Phosphate (Nutrien)
Echo River Solar Energy CenterSolarOther30.29621-82.857988442 Hogan Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060http://wwals.net/2018/08/03/fpl-echo-river-solar-energy-facility-suwannee-county-fl/74.5 MW solar power farm by FPL.https://www.fpl.com/clean-energy/solar/energy-centers/union-springs.htmlhttp://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2018/08/3f610af16256cea38976e4f6786f9408.jpghttp://wwals.net/2018/08/03/fpl-echo-river-solar-energy-facility-suwannee-county-fl/FPLPrivateRocky CreekWhite SpringsFLSuwannee
Woods Ferry River CampPublic Land159.3159.3Hiking Trail30.353667-82.868333Located 10 miles from White Springs, in between Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park and the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park.http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.htmlPublicSuwannee RiverYesYesYesFreeYesYesYesSuwannee SpringsFLSuwannee
Woods Ferry Tract LaunchLanding158158Brochure30.362-82.868333From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankSuwannee SpringsFLSuwannee
Suwannee Springs LaunchLanding150150Brochure30.394167-82.933833From Live Oak, travel north on US 129 to 93 Drive; turn right; travel north to 32 Street; turn right and follow to park area.PublicSuwannee RiverYesStairs: Wooden StepsSuwannee SpringsFLSuwannee
Suwannee Springs GaugeRiver Gauge149.9*30.392778-82.933333From Live Oak, travel north on US 129 to 93 Drive; turn right; travel north to 32 Street; turn right and follow to park area.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=likf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02315550 SUWANNEE RIVER AT SUWANNEE SPRINGS FLAPublicSuwannee RiverSuwannee SpringsFLSuwannee
Suwannee Canoe OutpostOutfitter148.5-20.8148.530.4058-82.9487652461 95th Dr, Live Oak, FL 32060http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/main.htmlThe 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!http://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/sitebuilder/images/Canoe_Outpost_JPEG_Logo-179x184.jpghttp://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/sitebuilder/images/Suwannee_Springs_beach-600x450.jpghttp://www.suwanneeoutpost.com/daytripscenery.htmlSuwannee Canoe Outpost(386) 364-4991PrivateSuwannee RiverYesYesRamp: ConcreteWe offer canoe rental and shuttle service on three of the most exciting and remote rivers in Florida—the Suwannee, North Withlacoochee, and Alapaha Rivers!FLSuwannee
Spirit of Suwannee Music Park RampLanding148.5-20.8148.5Brochure30.405702-82.9487652461 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.https://public.myfwc.com/le/boatramp/public/Ramp.aspx?FacilityID=SW00246KG&Name=Spirit+Of+The+Suwannee+Music+ParkPoured in place concretehttp://lh6.ggpht.com/srwmd1/Rqo-26IA80I/AAAAAAAAAEU/1nv3uzUeMPU/s288/46-1.JPGhttp://www.otariinae.net/Stanley/Suwannee/soc.jpghttp://www.otariinae.net/Stanley/Suwannee/index.htmSRWMD(386) 364-4991Public?Suwannee RiverYesYesRV, TentYesYesRamp: ConcreteNoFreeYesYesInside Spirit of Suwannee Music ParkSuwannee SpringsFLSuwanneeSpirit of Suwannee Music Park
Deese-Howard RampLanding147.3-19.6147.3Brochure30.414056-82.962983107th Road, Live Oak, FL 32060https://public.myfwc.com/le/boatramp/public/Ramp.aspx?FacilityID=SW60458LV&Name=Deese+-+Howard+Public+Boat+RampFrom 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.http://suwanneeparks.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/map-of-deese.jpghttp://suwanneeparks.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/kyakslide-940x300.jpghttp://suwanneeparks.com/deesehoward-boat-ramp/Suwannee Parks & RecreationPublicSuwannee RiverNoYesRamp: ConcreteNoFreeSuwannee SpringsFLSuwannee
Holton Creek River CampPublic Land140.9140.9Hiking Trail30.42928553-83.03571939Located between Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Suwannee River State Park.http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.htmlPublicSuwannee RiverYesYesYesFreeYesYesYesEllavilleFLHamilton
Alapaha River RiseSpring135.6Brochure30.438653-83.089508Upstream on the Suwannee River from Gibson Park Ramp past CR 249http://www.wwals.net/maps/alapaha-water-trail/map-alapaha-river-trail/underground/#RiseThe Alapaha River comes out of a spring.https://www.tfn.net/~springs/Alapaha3.JPGhttp://www.tfn.net/~springs/AlapahaRise.htmJoe Follman and Richard BuchananPrivateSuwannee RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoUsually paddle up from Gibson ParkEllavilleFLHamilton3619-070Edmund G. Herder Jrhttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/qpmap4/map.php?county=fl_hamilton&parcel=3619-070&extent=2412341+524321+2413657+527425&layers=parcels+parcel_sales+aerials+roads
Alapaha Rise GaugeRiver Gauge135.6*30.439444-83.08927815 ft north of southwest 68th Street, 1,000 ft north of the Suwannee River and 10 mi southwest of Jasper.http://www.wwals.net/2014/11/03/alapaha-river-water-levels/#RiseUSGS 02315626http://waterwatch.usgs.gov/wwapps/ww_chart.php?i=nwis&vt=uv&site_no=02315626&p_cd=00065http://i2.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/11/e14b339c024df3469f215831872cced1.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/2014/11/03/alapaha-river-water-levels/John S. Quarterman229-242-0102PrivateSuwannee RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoAlapaha RiseFLHamilton
Gibson Park RampLanding135.4-7.7135.4Brochure30.437637-83.0940316884 SW County Road 751, Jasper, FL 32052https://public.myfwc.com/le/boatramp/public/Ramp.aspx?FacilityID=HM10001DU&Name=Hutch+Gibson+Park+Public+Boat+Ramp+(aka.+Nobles+Ferry)From Jasper, travel southwest on SW CR 249 (road becomes SW 67 Drive) to SW CR 751; turn left and boat ramp is on the right in Gibson Park.http://www.hamiltoncountyflorida.com/myJSSImages/image/Gibson%20park%20(17)boatrampafter.JPGhttps://public.myfwc.com/LE/BoatRamp/RampMobile/ImageHandler.ashx?FacilityID=HM10001DU&PhotoID=4591http://www.hamiltoncountyflorida.com/cd_parksrec.aspxHamilton County, FLPublicSuwannee RiverNoYesRamp: ConcreteNoFreeNoYesNoNoYesAlso known as Hutch Gibson Park Public Boat Ramp or Nobles Ferry.EllavilleFLHamilton3620-000Hamilton Countyhttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/qpmap4/map.php?county=fl_hamilton&parcel=3221-000&extent=2421445+564843+2435949+586147&layers=parcels+parcel_sales+aerials+roadsCR 751
Alapaha River ConfluenceTributary135.2Brochure30.43672-83.09655Put in at Gibson Park and float downstream on the Suwannee Riverhttp://www.hamiltoncountyflorida.com/cd_parksrec.aspxConfluence of the Alapaha River with the Suwannee RiverPublicSuwannee RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoEnd of the Alapaha River.EllavilleNeed picture.FLHamilton
Suwannee River Campsites RampLanding130.4-2.7130.4Brochure30.414-83.1591677744 SW 46th Ave., Jasper, FL 32052https://public.myfwc.com/le/boatramp/public/Ramp.aspx?FacilityID=HM10010LW&Name=Highway+141+and+Suwannee+RiverFrom 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.PublicSuwannee RiverNoYesRamp: ConcreteFreeGovernment Owned for General Public Use. Also known as CR 141 Ramp (SRWMD)EllavilleFLHamilton5555-555SRWMD?SW 46th Ave.
Suwannee River State Park RampLanding127.7-0.22127.7Brochure30.3877-83.16883631 201st Path, Live Oak, FL 32060https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Suwannee-RiverSlightly upstream from confluence of Withlacoochee and Suwannee Rivershttps://www.floridastateparks.org/sites/default/files/styles/slider_large/public/contestsubmissions/2013-12/Suwannee-River_contest_Orville-Allen_Spring-Fed.jpg?itok=l9fUrnfPhttps://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Suwannee-RiverSRWMDPublicSuwannee RiverNoYesYesNoYesYesLaunch: ConcreteNo$5.00/vehicleYesyesYesNoNoEllavilleFLSuwanneeSRWMD
Withlacoochee River ConfluenceTributary127.50127.5Brochure30.385669-83.171431About a quarter mile past the ranger station, a high bluff overlooks the spot where the Withlacoochee River joins the Suwannee River on its way to the Gulf of Mexico. https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Suwannee-RiverAbout a thousand feet downstream from the boat ramp at Suwannee River State Park.PublicSuwannee RiverEllavilleFLHamilton, Madison, Suwannee
Ellaville GaugeRiver Gauge127.4*30.384444-83.171944On CSX RR bridge upstream from US 90https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=ellf1USGS 02319500 SUWANNEE RIVER AT ELLAVILLE, FLAPublicSuwannee RiverEllavilleFLMadison, Suwannee
Suwannee River Canoe RentalOutfitter127.3Brochure30.369146-83.1496124404 193rd Dr, Live Oak, FL 32060http://www.suwanneerivercanoerental.com/Est. 1986.http://www.suwanneerivercanoerental.com/publishImages/About-Us~~element49.jpghttp://www.suwanneerivercanoerental.com/About-Us.htmlSuwannee River Canoe Rental386-364-4185PrivateSuwannee RiverEllavilleFLSuwannee
Suwannee Plant IntakeTributary126.9Point of Interest30.381302-83.1819463880 River Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060Cooling water intake for natural gas power plantPrivateSuwannee RiverEllavilleFLSuwanneeDuke Energy
Suwannee PlantPoint of Interest126.6Other30.376746-83.1807193880 River Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060Natural gas power plantPrivateSuwannee RiverEllavilleFLSuwanneeDuke Energy
Suwannee Plant OutflowTributary126.6Point of Interest30.378749-83.1869993880 River Rd, Live Oak, FL 32060Cooling water outflow from natural gas power plantPrivateSuwannee RiverEllavilleFLSuwanneeDuke Energy
Suwannee Solar PlantSolar126.6Other30.376756-83.173333River Road, Live Oak, FL 32060, east across from Duke Suwannee River Power Plant.http://www.wwals.net/2017/04/24/suwannee-bocc-approves-duke-solar-plant-2017-04-18/8.8 megawatt solar plant on 62 acres.http://wwals.com/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/04/a6c027f5faee8c0ad55dbbabfa9592f5.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/2017/04/24/suwannee-bocc-approves-duke-solar-plant-2017-04-18/Suwannee County Property AppraiserPrivateSuwannee RiverYesEllavilleFLSuwannee25-01S-11E-1090700.0000Duke Energy
Anderson Spring LaunchLanding124.4124.4Brochure30.352967-83.18937From Live Oak, go west on US 90; turn left onto River Road; entrance to Anderson Springs will be on your right.PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankEllavilleFLSuwannee
Boundary Bend RampLanding115.6115.6Brochure30.261333-83.237833From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteDowling ParkFLMadison
Dowling Park RampLanding113113Brochure30.244833-83.249The boat ramp is on the north side of CR 250 at the Suwannee River.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteDowling ParkFLSuwannee
Dowling Park River CampPublic Land113113Hiking Trail30.246505-83.245814Located right across the river from the Advent Christian Village in the town of Dowling Park.http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.htmlPublicSuwannee RiverYesYesYesFreeYesYesYesDowling ParkFLLafayette
Dowling Park GaugeRiver Gauge113*30.244722-83.249722Suwannee River at CR 250https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=douf1USGS 02319800 SUWANNEE RIVER AT DOWLING PARK, FLORIDAPublicSuwannee RiverDowling ParkFLSuwanneee,Lafayette
Sims Landing Ramp (North Lafayette County)Landing111.2111.2Brochure30.2275-83.240667From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteDowling ParkFLLafayette
Christian Tract LaunchLanding110.2110.2Brochure30.215-83.243167From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankDowling ParkFLSuwannee
Charles Spring RampLanding106.5106.5Brochure30.166833-83.231From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteLuravilleFLSuwannee
Ezell Landing RampLanding106.4106.4Brochure30.165833-83.231833From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteLuravilleFLLafayette
Lafayette Blue Springs State Park RampLanding103.3103.3Brochure30.127167-83.2255From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteLuravilleFLLafayette
Luraville GaugeRiver Gauge98.2*30.099722-83.171667On SR 51 Hal W. Adams Bridge between Luraville and Mayo.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=lurf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02320000 SUWANNEE RIVER AT LURAVILLE, FLA.PublicSuwannee RiverLuravilleFLSuwannee,Lafayette
Hal W. Adams Bridge RampLanding98.298.2Brochure30.098833-83.171From Mayo, travel north on SR 51 to the river and the ramp is on the right.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteLuravilleFLLafayette
Telford Springs RampLanding97.497.4Brochure30.108167-83.164833From Live Oak, travel south on SR 51 to 180 Street; turn left; travel east to 203 Road; turn right and follow to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteLuravilleFLSuwannee
Peacock Slough River CampPublic Land95.895.8Hiking Trail30.1015-83.1371678 Located on the river just south of Peacock Springs State Park.http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.htmlPublicSuwannee RiverYesYesYesFreeYesYesYesLuravilleFLLafayette
Hardenbergh RampLanding92.992.9Brochure30.090833-83.111833From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteLuravilleFLLafayette
Suwannee River RendezvousOutfitter91.9Brochure30.08683-83.09455828 NE Primrose Rd, Mayo, FL 32066https://www.suwanneeriverrendezvous.com/Campground & RV Resort in Mayo, FloridaPrivateSuwannee RiverLuravilleFLLafayette
Suwannee River Rendezvous RampLanding91.991.9Brochure30.086833-83.0945From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankLuravilleFLLafayette
Hugh Byron Hollingsworth Sr. RampLanding90.490.4Brochure30.083333-83.074From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteLuravilleFLSuwannee
Cave Dive CampOutfitterOther30.063209-83.0560614942 Riverside Dr, O'Brien, FL 32071http://www.cavedivecamp.com/Private Camping and Aquatic Adventures on the Suwannee Riverhttp://nebula.wsimg.com/235a915cf4e46ee24ee0c2d3e02fd4d4?AccessKeyId=BD441EDB1E2A74F973EA&disposition=0&alloworigin=1http://www.cavedivecamp.com/Cave Dive Camp407-797-2633PrivateSuwannee RiverYesYesLuravilleFLSuwanneeSean McCarthy
Ft. Macomb RampLanding86.686.6Brochure30.046333-83.036667From Mayo, travel east on US 27 to CR 410; turn left on CR 410; follow to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteLuravilleFLLafayette
Adams Tract River CampPublic Land85.585.5Hiking Trail30.035-83.019Located just a few miles upriver of Troy Springs State Park, just north of Branford.http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.htmlPublicSuwannee RiverYesYesYesFreeYesYesYesBranfordFLLafayette
Walker Tract LaunchLanding83.783.7Brochure30.016833-83.006From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankBranfordFLLafayette
Ruth Springs LaunchLanding8282Brochure30.007167-82.983667From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankBranfordFLLafayette
Patrician Oaks RampLanding7979Brochure29.976833-82.961833From Branford, travel west on US 27 to NE Lantana Road; turn right and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBranfordFLLafayette
Branford GaugeRiver Gauge76.1*29.955212-82.928992On US 129 bridge west from Branford.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=bfdf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02320500 SUWANNEE RIVER AT BRANFORD, FLA.PublicSuwannee RiverBranfordFLSuwannee
Ivey Memorial Park RampLanding7676Brochure29.953833-82.928167Boat ramp is located in Branford on the south side of US 27 at the Bridge in Ivey Memorial Park.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBranfordFLSuwannee
Dorothy Land RampLanding66.766.7Brochure29.883333-82.888833From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBranfordFLLafayette
Sims Landing RampLanding63.263.2Brochure29.854-82.887333From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBellFLLafayette
Hirsh Landing RampLanding59.659.6Brochure29.824833-82.919833From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBellFLLafayette
NW 967 Street RampLanding57.157.1Brochure29.7995-82.9275From 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.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBellFLDixie
J.H. Anderson Jr. Memorial ParkPublic Land56.8Brochure29.799769-82.918026560 Co Rd 340, Bell, FL 32619http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/1243This park encompasses 175-acres, protects the Rock Bluff Springs, and sits directly on the banks of the Suwannee River. http://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-05-30--rock-bluff-spring-park/small/rock-bluff-springs-edwin-mccook.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-05-30--rock-bluff-spring-park/rock-bluff-springs-edwin-mccook.jpghttp://wwals.net/2019/05/05/opening-j-h-anderson-jr-park-at-rock-bluff-springs-suwannee-river-2019-05-30/PublicSuwannee RiverYes$5YesYesBellFLGilchrist09-08-14-0000-0005-0000SRWMDhttps://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=820&LayerID=15174&PageTypeID=1&PageID=6880
Rock Bluff RampLanding56.656.6Brochure29.795333-82.919333From Bell, travel north on US 129; turn left on CR 340; travel west to county park on the left at the river.The 1.94 acre Rock Bluff Ferry Landing Park combines with CR 340 road frontage for access to the Rock Bluff Ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBellFLGilchrist16-08-14-0161-0001-0010Gilchrist Countyhttps://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=820&LayerID=15174&PageTypeID=1&PageID=6880
Rock Bluff Ferry Landing ParkPublic Land56.6Brochure29.79536-82.91867Highway 340 at NW 67th Terracehttps://public.myfwc.com/le/boatramp/public/Ramp.aspx?FacilityID=GI10026DH&Name=Rock+Bluff+Park+-+FWC+%23+L-27-WBA 1.94 acre public park, containing Rock Bluff Ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesYesRamp: ConcreteBellFLGilchrist16-08-14-0161-0001-0010Gilchrist Countyhttps://qpublic.schneidercorp.com/Application.aspx?AppID=820&LayerID=15174&PageTypeID=1&PageID=6880
Bell GaugeRiver Gauge56.6*29.791111-82.924444From Bell, travel north on US 129; turn left on CR 340; travel west to county park on the left at the river.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=rckf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02323000 SUWANNEE RIVER NEAR BELL, FLORIDAPublicSuwannee RiverBellFLGilchrist
Gornto Spring RampLanding5555Brochure29.780333-82.939167From Branford, travel south on CR 349 to NE 816 Avenue; turn left and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBellFLDixie
Log Landing RampLanding5252Brochure29.746667-82.937667From Trenton, travel north on US 129 to CR 232; turn left and travel west to SW 70 Avenue; turn right; travel north to NW 7 Place; travel west to NW 6 Street; turn left and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBellFLGilchrist
Wannee RampLanding49.949.9Brochure29.722167-82.942833From Trenton, travel north on US 129 to CR 232; turn left and travel west to SW 70 Avenue; turn right; travel north to SW 10 Street; turn left; travel west to SW 80 Avenue; turn right and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBellFLGilchrist
Eula Landing RampLanding4646Brochure29.700667-82.9385From Trenton, travel north on US 129 to CR 232; turn left and travel west to SW 70 Avenue; turn right; travel north to SW 25 Street; turn left; travel west to SW 25 Place; turn right and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteBellFLGilchrist
Turner Point Landing RampLanding4444Brochure29.693-82.957833From Old Town, travel north on CR 349 to NE 410 Avenue; turn right; follow to sharp left curve; road becomes NE 835 Street; continue north to NE 453 Avenue; turn right into park; the boat ramp is at the end of the road.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteWilcoxFLDixie
Hart Springs RampLanding43.143.1Brochure29.674333-82.954333From Trenton, travel north on US 129 to CR 344; turn left and travel west to CR 232; turn right; travel north to CR 344; turn left and travel west to SW 90 Avenue; turn right and follow road to ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteWilcoxFLGilchrist
Purvis Landing RampLanding4141Brochure29.649333-82.957667From Old Town, travel north on CR 349 to NE 272 Avenue, turn right and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteWilcoxFLDixie
Shingle Landing RampLanding4040Brochure29.634167-82.961833From Fanning Springs, travel northeast on SR 26 to CR 232; turn left; travel north to SW 70 Street; turn left and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteWilcoxFLGilchrist
SR26 Solar FarmSolarOther29.6247-82.877644370 SW 80th St, Trenton, FL 32693http://wwals.net/2018/06/11/sr26-solar-farm-trenton-gilchrist-county-florida/74.9 Megawatts AC of solar power going in at 4370 SW 80 Street, Trenton, Florida, assuming the Gilchrist BOCC approved it as staff recommended.http://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2018/06/326f8730655474a2a739c85ffaac3fbc.jpghttp://wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2018/06/0f5a5361ffa3997c5365580691ecfa2e.jpghttp://wwals.net/2018/06/11/sr26-solar-farm-trenton-gilchrist-county-florida/John S. Quarterman229-242-0102PrivateSuwannee RiverWilcoxFLGilchrist11-10-14-0000-0003-0000; 12-10-14-0000-0003-0000; and 13-10-14-0000-0002-0000.
Suwannee Gables RampLanding35.835.8Brochure29.586667-82.9575From Fanning Springs, cross the river on US 19; travel west and Suwannee Gables Motel is on the right.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteWilcoxFLDixie
Wilcox GaugeRiver Gauge34.3*29.589444-82.936667West of Fanning Springs on US 19 bridge.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=wcxf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02323500 SUWANNEE RIVER NEAR WILCOX, FLA.PublicSuwannee RiverWilcoxFLLevy
Joe Anderson Jr. RampLanding34.234.2Brochure29.588833-82.937833From Fanning Springs, cross the river on US 19; turn left on SE 989 Street; travel south to SE 155 Avenue; turn left and the ramp is at the end of the street.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteWilcoxFLDixe
Hinton Landing RampLanding3232Brochure29.557833-82.95From Old Town, travel south on CR 349 to SE CR 346; turn left; travel east to SE CR 317; turn right and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteWilcoxFLDixie
Old Pine Landing RampLanding30.230.2Brochure29.532667-82.980167From Old Town, travel south on CR 349 to SE 295 Avenue; turn left; travel east to SE 837 Street; turn right and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteManatee SpringsFLDixie
New Pine Landing RampLanding28.728.7Brochure29.529333-82.9775From Old Town, travel south on CR 349 to SE 311 Avenue; turn left; travel east to SE 849 Street; turn left and boat ramp is on the right.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteManatee SpringsFLDixie
New Clay Landing RampLanding28.128.1Brochure29.518167-82.970333From Chiefland, travel west on NW 115 Street to NW 110 Avenue; turn right and travel north to NW 129 Place; turn left and travel west to NW 130 Street; turn left and follow road to ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteManatee SpringsFLLevy
Manatee Springs State Park LaunchLanding25.125.1Brochure29.489-82.977833From Chiefland, travel west on NW 115 Street to Manatee Springs State Park.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteManatee SpringsFLLevy
Manatee Springs GaugeRiver Gauge25*29.488611-82.980556From Chiefland, travel west on NW 115 Street to Manatee Springs State Park.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=mtsf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02323566 MANATEE SPRING NR CHIEFLAND FLAPublicSuwannee RiverManatee SpringsFLLevy
Usher Landing RampLanding24.624.6Brochure29.481167-82.982667From Chiefland, travel west on NW 115 Street to NW 107 Terrace; turn left and travel south to Usher boat ramp sign; turn right and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteManatee SpringsFLLevy
Camp Azalea RampLanding23.223.2Brochure29.4635-82.986667From Chiefland, travel west on NW 115 Street to NW 107 Terrace; turn left and travel south to Camp Azalea; turn right on NW 128 Court and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteManatee SpringsFLLevy
Yellow Jacket RampLanding22.722.7Brochure29.463833-83.000667From Old Town, travel south on CR 349 to SE 477 Avenue; turn left; travel east to SE 752 Street; turn right and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFowlers BluffFLDixie
Fowlers Bluff GaugeRiver Gauge17.1*29.398333-83.022222From Fowlers Bluff, east on CR 347, left on NW 149 Ave., continue to end; is on private property.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=tae&gage=fwbf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02323590 SUWANNEE RIVER AT FOWLERS BLUFFPrivateSuwannee RiverFowlers BluffFLLevy
Fowlers Bluff RampLanding16.816.8Brochure29.3965-83.026From Chiefland, travel on SW 4 Avenue (CR 345) 6 miles; turn right on CR 347; travel 9 miles; turn right on NW 46 Lane and follow to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFowlers BluffFLLevy
Weeks Landing LaunchLanding1616Brochure29.397-83.035667From Old Town, travel south 17 miles on CR 349 to unmarked Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge Road; turn left and follow road to canoe launch.PublicSuwannee RiverYesLaunch: riverbankFowlers BluffFLDixie
Munden Creek RampLanding7.67.6Brochure29.340667-83.105667From Suwannee, travel north on CR 349 to SE 371 Street; turn right and travel east to SE 374 Street and follow road to boat ramp.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFowlers BluffFLDixie
Anderson Landing RampLanding3.93.9Brochure29.3305-83.143333Located in the Town of Suwannee on CR 349.PublicSuwannee RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFowlers BluffFLDixie
Anderson’s Landing River CampPublic Land3.93.9Hiking Trail29.329833-83.142833Located in the Town of Suwannee.http://www.suwanneeadventures.com/river-camps.htmlPublicSuwannee RiverYesYesYesFreeYesYesYesFLDixie
Suwannee River MouthTributary0Brochure29.293796-83.162939Downstream of the Town of SuwanneePublicGulf of MexicoFLDixie,Levy
State Line Boat RampLanding27.7927.227.7727.81Brochure30.637844-83.3111496461 Madison Hwy, Valdosta, GA 31601 near the Georgia-Florida State Line.http://vlpra.com/233/Madison-Highway-Boat-RampFrom Pinetta, Madison County, FL, travel north on CR 145; cross the Withlacoochee River; at the end of the bridge turn left and follow road to ramp in Hamilton County, FL.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/documentcenter/home/view/31PublicWithlacoochee RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoRamp: ConcreteNoFreeNoYesNoNoAlso known as Mozell Spells (local people) or Madison Highway Boat Ramp (VLPRA) or State Line Ramp (GA DNR) or GA 31 Ramp (SRWMD) or CR 145 Bridge Launch (FDEP).52.5'59'PinettaGALowndesVLPRAGA 31
GA 31 BridgeBridge27.7927.2*30.635392-83.311336GA 31 Madison Highway at FL state linehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Withlacoochee_River_(Suwannee_River)From Pinetta, Madison County, FL, travel north on CR 145; at the Withlacoochee Riverhttps://i0.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/02/2ae62b856d4e98255e83c825c597e1b3.jpg?w=250https://i2.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img/2017/02/aeccf8a29770629de999fa157e6b16e0.jpg?w=1600http://www.wwals.net/2017/02/28/pictures-mcintyre-and-arnold-springs-nankin-to-madison-hwy-withlacoochee-river-2016-07-09/#Shoals-coming-upJohn S. Quarterman229-242-0102PublicWithlacoochee RiverAlso known as Horns Ferry BridgeGALowndes, Brooks
Old Horns Ferry BridgeBridge27.7427.15*30.635298-83.309595Just downstream from GA 31 Bridgehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Withlacoochee_River_(Suwannee_River)Built 1895, closed 1940, defunctPrivateWithlacoochee RiverGALowndes, Brooks
Begin GA Withlacoochee East Conservation AreaPublic Land27.6230.6352-83.30871900 feet downstream of State Line Ramp, left bank, at the first bendIt's a Florida conservation area, but it starts in Lowndes County, GeorgiaPublicWithlacoochee RiverGALowndes
GA-FL Line Withlacoochee RiverPoint of Interest27.6*30.63441-83.309421000 feet downstream of State Line Ramp, about 100 feet past the first bendNot marked.PublicWithlacoochee RiverGA,FLBrooks, Lowndes, Madison, Hamilton
Begin FL Withlacoochee East Conservation AreaPublic Land27.630.6344-83.3092On left bank for about two miles starting 900 feet downstream from State Line Ramp.This Florida part is in Hamilton County, FloridaPublicWithlacoochee RiverFLHamilton5098-410 and numerous other parcelsSRWMD
Clump of Japanese Climbing FernPoint of Interest27.5*30.6327036-83.3085878On right bank, first of far too many clumps of Lygodium japonicum.Spreads by roots underground and by spores. Fire doesn't kill it.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison00-3N-10-6118-002-000Myra Keeling
Welcome to Florida ShoalsShoals27.430.63252-83.30809About 0.39 miles downstream from State Line Ramp.Easy to float over going down; harder to get over going upstream.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLHamilton,Madison
Boomerang Mile 1Point of Interest26.79*30.6325245-83.2998576Mile 1 of 2018 WWALS Boomerang Paddle Racehttp://wwals.net/2018/10/28/now-at-state-line-ramp-wwals-boomerang-paddle-race-2018-11-03/Near the end of the second sharp right bend, before a slight left bend.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLHamilton,Madison
Deadfall fernPoint of Interest26.7*30.6318125-83.2984478On right bank 1.09 miles downstream from State Line Ramp.http://wwals.net/2018/10/28/now-at-state-line-ramp-wwals-boomerang-paddle-race-2018-11-03/A deadfall on right bank with Japanese climbing fern behind it.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison00-3N-10-6122-000-000BST FAMILY PROPERTIES
End Withlacoochee East Conservation AreaPublic Land25.8530.62972-83.28569On left bank about 1.94 miles downstream of State Line Ramp.PublicWithlacoochee RiverLeft bank from here down past Jumping Gully Creek is owned by Packaging Corporation of America.FLHamilton5099-200Eva Maria Schwarz
Boomerang Mile 2Point of Interest25.79*30.62884-83.2855Mile 2 of 2018 WWALS Boomerang Paddle Racehttp://wwals.net/2018/10/28/now-at-state-line-ramp-wwals-boomerang-paddle-race-2018-11-03/Between a right bend and a left bend, with sloping limestone on right bank, about 300 feet downstream of end of Withlacoochee East Conservation lArea PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLHamilton,Madison
Boomerang Mile 3Point of Interest24.79*30.62475-83.27231Mile 3 of 2018 WWALS Boomerang Paddle Racehttp://wwals.net/2018/10/28/now-at-state-line-ramp-wwals-boomerang-paddle-race-2018-11-03/Has a nice deadfall by the side to mark it.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLHamilton,Madison
Jumping Gully CreekTributary24.5430.62255-83.26937On left bank, about 3.25 miles below State Line Ramp.Creek owned by Packaging Corporation of America in Florida, coming from PCA in Georgia, crossed by the Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline in Florida.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLHamilton5062-000Packaging Corporation of America
Begin Sullivan TractPublic Land23.5330.61072-83.26802On right bank, about 4.26 miles downstream from State Line Ramp.https://www.freshfromflorida.com/content/download/29794/752867/Twin_Rivers.pdfPart of Twin Rivers State Park. NE 195 Ave. runs through it.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison01-2N-10-5802-003-000SRWMD
Sullivan ShoalsShoals23.4430.60957-83.26752First of a series of shoals starts here.About 450 feet downstream of begining of Sullivan Tract and about 4.35 miles downstream from State Line Ramp.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison,Hamilton
Begin Deese TractPublic Land23.330.60806-83.26627On left bank, about 4.49 miles downstream from State Line Ramp and about 1200 feet downstream from beginning of Sullivan Tract.https://www.freshfromflorida.com/content/download/29794/752867/Twin_Rivers.pdfPart of Twin Rivers State Park. Natural forest that appears to have access from NW 16th Ave.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLHamilton4783-000SRWMD
Sullivan Tract CreekTributary23.2730.60909-83.26749On right bank, about 4.52 miles downstream from State Line Ramp, in SRWMD Sullivan Tract of Twin Rivers State Park.USGS knows it only as Flowline:Permanet 133685313, ReachCode 03110203004747.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison01-2N-10-5802-003-000SRWMD
End Deese TractPublic Land23.2530.60706-83.26586On left bank, about 4.54 miles downstream from State Line Ramp and about 380 feet downstream from beginning of Deese Tract.https://www.freshfromflorida.com/content/download/29794/752867/Twin_Rivers.pdfPart of Twin Rivers State Park. Natural forest that appears to have access from NW 16th Ave.PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLHamilton4783-000SRWMD
Begin Sullivan Tract Second ParcelPublic Land23.2330.60674-83.26625On right bank, about 4.56 miles downstream from State Line Ramp and about 0.3 miles downstream from start of first Sullivan Tract parcel.https://www.freshfromflorida.com/content/download/29794/752867/Twin_Rivers.pdfPart of Twin Rivers State Park. NE 195 Ave. runs through it.PublicWithlacoochee RiverYesFLMadison06-2N-11-6237-000-000SRWMD
Deese Tract CreekTributary22.8230.59724-83.26022On left bank, about 200 feet upstream from the CR 150 Bridge.Abitrary name because upstream it comes through the Deese Tract. Known to USGS only as Flowline:Permanent 133685316, ReachCode 03110203004750.Originates in Langdale Jake White Tract in Lowndes County, Georgia.FLHamilton4784-030J. Harriett and J. Michael Ross
CR 150 BridgeBridge22.4421.9*30.596677-83.259859CR 150 East of PinettaPublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison, Hamilton
Sullivan LaunchLanding22.4421.922.4122.47Brochure30.595667-83.26South of CR150 downstream of river bridge.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/documentcenter/home/view/31From Pinetta, Madison County, FL, travel east on CR 150; turn right at the bridge and follow road to launch.http://www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/07/image5.jpgPublicWithlacoochee RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoLaunch: ConcreteNoFreeNoYesNoNoAlso known as CR 150 Bridge Launch (FDEP). In Twin Rivers State Park.52.5'59'PinettaFLMadisonSRWMDCR 150
Coffee SpringSpring30.57734-83.2619Twin Rivers State Forest Road Small spring close to the river. Have to walk through thick brush to get toAaron Sirmons478-308-1777PublicWithlacoochee RiverNoNoNoFLMadisonSRWMD
Coffee Spring SinkSinkhole30.576807-83.262584Twin Rivers State Forest Road Sink connected to Coffee Spring. About 25 yards off trailAaron Sirmons478-308-1777PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadisonSRWMD
Pinetta GaugeRiver Gauge22.4421.9*30.595278-83.259722South of CR150 NE Bellville Road east of Pinettahttp://wwals.net/blog/2014/05/06/flooding-charts-2/#PinettaUSGS 02319000http://waterwatch.usgs.gov/wwapps/ww_chart.php?i=nwis&vt=uv&site_no=02319000&p_cd=00065http://www.wwals.net/2014/05/06/flooding-charts-2/WWALS229-242-0102PublicWithlacoochee River52.5'59'Pinetta46.5FLMadison
Bellville BridgeBridge22.3921.85*30.59583-83.259471Downstream (south) of Sullivan Launchhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Withlacoochee_River_(Suwannee_River)Remains of a steel bridge.http://i0.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/10/bee05ce67033c67917042a9198b4d4a5.jpg?zoom=2.0999999046325684&resize=300%2C225http://wwals.com/blog/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/11/1d62d2690a88bf8f7278823843ee26f0.jpghttp://wwals.net/2015/11/23/bellville-bridge-withlacoochee-river-madison-to-hamilton-county-florida-put-in-for-wwals-outing-2015-10-24/John S. Quarterman229-242-0102PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison, Hamilton
Florida Campsites RampLanding13.6413.313.6313.64Brochure30.501128-83.2424112137 NW 47th St, Jasper, FL 32052http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/documentcenter/home/view/31From Jasper, Hamilton County, FL, travel north on US 41 to SR 6; turn left; travel west on SR 6 to CR 143; turn right and travel north to NW 44 Street; turn left; follow road to NW 45 Street; turn right; follow road to NW 22 Avenue; turn left and follow road to NW 21 Place and ramp is on the right.https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/proxy/LEENHFMDOltj7lcS_UQ4h9HSdTa_cnX-8EvaPQ6U2rpT6Poer4F9yY4cVxaF7BGGhr-JoOJ37DOI2ewzeoqOqclgtvRLHODFYjjp7kMI_n8oCQN8zjWRGADbjq4wscBz=s16383https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/proxy/LEENHFMDOltj7lcS_UQ4h9HSdTa_cnX-8EvaPQ6U2rpT6Poer4F9yY4cVxaF7BGGhr-JoOJ37DOI2ewzeoqOqclgtvRLHODFYjjp7kMI_n8oCQN8zjWRGADbjq4wscBz=s16383https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=zEotQSB6yQrs.kxUJMnaaguaI&hl=en_USSuwanneeAdventures.com Boat Ramps, Canoe Launches and Handicap Ramps on the Suwannee and Santa Fe Rivers. https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=zEotQSB6yQrs.kxUJMnaaguaI&hl=en_USPublicWithlacoochee RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoRamp: ConcreteNoFreeNoYesNoNoAlso Known as Withlacoochee Ramp (SRWMD)52.5'59'PinettaFLHamiltonHamilton CountyNW 47th St
FL-6 BridgeBridge12.312*30.482252-83.2435310.2 miles east of MadisonPublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison, Hamilton
Madison GaugeRiver Gauge12.312*30.482222-83.243056on left bank 260 ft below bridge on State Highway 6, 10.2 mi east of Madison and 12 mi upstream from mouth.http://wwals.net/blog/2014/05/06/flooding-charts-2/#MadisonUSGS 02319300http://waterwatch.usgs.gov/wwapps/ww_chart.php?i=nwis&vt=uv&site_no=02319300&p_cd=00065http://www.wwals.net/2014/05/06/flooding-charts-2/PublicWithlacoochee River40.1'50'Madison40FLMadison
Madison Blue SpringSpring11.95511.730.48077-83.2442968300 NE SR 6, Lee, FL 32059https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/madison-blue-springFirst magnitude spring in state park.https://www.floridastateparks.org/sites/default/files/styles/voting_contest_thumbnail__267_x_200_/public/Division%20of%20Recreation%20and%20Parks/gallery/Madison%20Blue%20Spring_111_Main%20Page_Veiw%20of%20Spring%20from%20overlook.JPG?itok=NHtyY7Ekhttps://www.floridastateparks.org/sites/default/files/styles/voting_contest_thumbnail__267_x_200_/public/Division%20of%20Recreation%20and%20Parks/gallery/Madison%20Blue%20Spring_111_Main%20Page_Veiw%20of%20Spring%20from%20overlook.JPG?itok=NHtyY7Ekhttps://www.floridastateparks.org/photos/madison-blue-springFlorida State ParksPublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison
Madison Blue Spring State ParkPublic Land11.95511.7Hiking Trail30.481632-83.2446178300 NE SR 6, Lee, FL 32059https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/madison-blue-springOne of Florida's newest state parks.https://www.floridastateparks.org/sites/default/files/styles/voting_contest_thumbnail__267_x_200_/public/contestsubmissions/2011-11/Madison-Blue-Spring_contest_Barbara-Bowen_Withlacoochee-River-North.jpg?itok=0RLuF3CThttps://www.floridastateparks.org/sites/default/files/styles/voting_contest_thumbnail__267_x_200_/public/contestsubmissions/2011-11/Madison-Blue-Spring_contest_Barbara-Bowen_Withlacoochee-River-North.jpg?itok=0RLuF3CThttps://www.floridastateparks.org/photos/Madison-Blue-SpringFlorida State ParksPublicWithlacoochee RiverMadisonFLMadison
Madison Blue Spring State Park LaunchLanding11.9611.711.9611.95Brochure30.480792-83.2443158300 FL-6, Lee, FL 32059https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Madison-Blue-SpringFrom Madison, Madison County, FL, travel east on SR 6 to the Withlacoochee River and Madison Blue Springs State Park is on the right.https://www.floridastateparks.org/sites/default/files/styles/slider_large/public/Division%20of%20Recreation%20and%20Parks/gallery/Madison%20Blue%20Spring_001_Beach%20area.JPG?itok=ygl268_4https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Madison-Blue-SpringSRWMD(850) 971-5003PublicWithlacoochee RiverNoYesNoNoStairs: Wooden stepsNoFreeNoyesYesNoNo40.1'50'MadisonFLMadisonSRWMDFL-6
Madison Boat RampLanding9.979.79.979.96Brochure30.465512-83.2237931307 NE River Park Rd, Lee, FL 32059http://www.dep.state.fl.us/gwt/guide/designated_paddle/withn_guide.pdfFrom Madison, Madison County, FL, travel east on SR 6 to Old Blue Springs Road; turn right, travel east to NE Ivy Drive; turn left and travel east to NE Juniper Drive; turn right and follow to NE River Park Road; turn left and travel east; cross over NE Timber River Loop and into county park.http://www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/07/image9.jpgChris MericlePublicWithlacoochee RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoRamp: ConcreteNoFreeNoyesYesNoNoAlso known as Withlacoochee Ramp (SRWMD)40.1'50'MadisonFLMadisonMadison CountyNE River Park Rd
Hamilton Solar PlantSolarOther30.4355243-83.1804827SW 69th Dr & SW 40th Ave, Jasper, FL 32052http://wwals.net/2017/11/08/hamilton-solar-farm-by-duke-energy-at-sabal-trail-pipeline/65 megawatt solar plant by Duke energy right next to Sabal Trail pipeline
Allen RampLanding8.2288.228.21Brochure30.449167-83.2213282726 SW 64th Way Jasper, FL 32052http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/documentcenter/home/view/31From Jasper, travel north on US 41 to SR 6; turn left; travel south on SW CR 141 to SW CR 143; turn right and follow SW CR 143 to SW 64 Way and follow to ramp.PublicWithlacoochee RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoRamp: Concrete on dirt access roadNoFreeNoYesNoNoAlso known as CR 143 ramp (SRWMD)40.1'50'MadisonFLHamiltonHamilton CountySW 64th Way
Blackwater River GuideOutfitter30.414567-83.2054347712 SW 32nd Lane, Jasper, FL 32052https://blackwaterriverguide.com/Chris Mericle(386) 855- 5096PrivateAllNoFLHamilton
Powerline SpringSpring4.114.1130.415039-83.202056Twin Rivers State Forest, Madison Co.Spring flowing out of the bankFLMadison
Fairy SpringSpring4.14.130.4148-83.201328Twin Rivers State Forest, Madison Co.http://www.wwals.net/2014/07/30/video-withlacoochee-river-springs-sabal-trail-pipeline-cross/Spring with a short run flowing into the riverhttp://www.wwals.net/2014/07/30/video-withlacoochee-river-springs-sabal-trail-pipeline-cross/Chris MericleWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison
Corbett SpringSpring4430.4159-83.199214Hamilton Countyhttp://www.wwals.net/2014/08/27/resolution-14-10-hamilton-county-fl-19-august-2014/A nice spring flowing out of the bank. Bank is private property.http://i1.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/08/1db29b1b01f159e293b7ba4cd434af54.jpg?fit=848%2C1024http://i1.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/08/35b5c2ef45b6309fbfd0333efc176215.jpg?fit=848%2C1024http://www.wwals.net/2014/08/27/resolution-14-10-hamilton-county-fl-19-august-2014/Withlacoochee RiverFLHamilton
Melvin ShoalsShoal3330.413375-83.189953The last major shoals before the Withlacoochee meets the Suwanneehttps://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1320&dat=20000518&id=mVFWAAAAIBAJ&sjid=bewDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4424,4567358&hl=enA Large shoal that may have to be ported around at times of low water(below 30' at Ellaville gauge). The center channel has proven to be the best route when paddling thru the shoal. Withlacoochee RiverFLMadison,Hamilton
West BridgeBridge2.32.3*30.410171-83.1801127.3 miles east of Lee, FL on FL 141https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Withlacoochee_River_(Suwannee_River)PublicWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison, Hamilton
Lee GaugeRiver Gauge2.32.3*30.410278-83.180278on right bank on downstream side of bridge on County Road 141 and Myrrh Road, 2.3 mi upstream from mouth, and 7.3 mi east of Lee.http://wwals.net/blog/2014/05/06/flooding-charts-2/#LeeUSGS 02319394http://waterwatch.usgs.gov/wwapps/ww_chart.php?i=nwis&vt=uv&site_no=02319394&p_cd=00065http://www.wwals.net/2014/05/06/flooding-charts-2/WWALS229-242-0102PublicWithlacoochee River29.5'44'LeeFLMadison
Twin Rivers State ForestPublic Land0.50.5Hiking Trail30.3916667-83.196666714798 East Hwy US 90, Lee, FL 32059http://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Florida-Forest-Service/Our-Forests/State-Forests/Twin-Rivers-State-ForestExtensive park system up the Withlacoochee River and down from its confluence with the Suwannee River.http://www.freshfromflorida.com/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/images/florida-forest-service-images/twinrivers_small_webmap.gif/28296-5-eng-US/twinrivers_small_webmap.gif.gifhttp://www.freshfromflorida.com/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/images/florida-forest-service-images/trsw_banner1/757577-3-eng-US/TRSW_banner1_banner.jpghttp://www.freshfromflorida.com/Divisions-Offices/Florida-Forest-Service/Our-Forests/State-Forests/Twin-Rivers-State-ForestFDACSPublicWithlacoochee RiverFLHamilton, Madison, Suwannee
Suwannacoochee SpringSpring0030.386492-83.173286Confluence of the Withlacoochee and Suwnnee, Madison Co.http://www.wwals.net/2015/01/31/springs-flow-suwannee-river-next-withlacoochee-river/Spring with old grist mill ruinshttp://i0.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/01/1645ac29b350e14603c8dd4c575a5284.jpghttp://i1.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/01/cc51d3186ee74b8b93e24751171beff0.jpg?fit=848%2C1024http://www.wwals.net/2015/01/31/springs-flow-suwannee-river-next-withlacoochee-river/SRWMDWithlacoochee RiverFLMadison
GA-FL Line Alapaha RiverPoint of Interest30.619476-83.055705East of Swilley Road, Lake Park, GA 31636PublicAlapaha RiverGA,FLEchols,Hamilton
Upper Alapaha Conservation AreaPublic Land30.617827-83.05725Starts about 500 feet downstream of state linePublicAlapaha RiverFLHamilton
Swilley Road BridgeBridge*30.6161194-83.0795667From Jennings, FL, take Hamilton Road aka CR 141 northeast, turn right on NW 9th Drive, continue to Alapahoochee Riverhttp://www.wwals.net/2015/01/04/old-bridge-alapahoochee-river/An old bridge, no longer usable.http://i2.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/01/cb8a6b5089af4cb840db1505cbd874dc.jpghttp://i2.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/01/9e8e29a10b8697bf506026436d18e3d3.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/2015/01/04/old-bridge-alapahoochee-river/Chris MericlePublicAlapahoochee RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNice to look at as you float under it.FLHamilton3868-005 SHAFFNER WILLIAM BRADLEYhttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/fl_display_dw.php?county=fl_hamilton&KEY=3868-005
Turket Creek WaterfallWaterfall30.604297-83.076004Brief paddle upstream from Sasser Landinghttp://www.wwals.net/maps/alapaha-water-trail/sites/turket-creek-waterfall/http://i1.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/06/86d336765e4763b0d4a5d9d09eabc347.jpghttp://i1.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/06/267b681e8cdccb7c5d95398037b5091d.jpg?fit=848%2C1024http://www.wwals.net/2015/06/14/statenville-to-sasser-landing-with-turket-creek-waterfall-jsq-wwals-2015-02-15/John S. Quarterman229-242-0102PublicAlapahoochee RiverNoFLHamilton
Alapahoochee River ConfluenceTributary21.2321.1930.630023-83.089501East of Jennings, FL; accessible from Alapahoochee Launchhttp://southgakayakfishing.blogspot.com/2011/09/alapahoochee-convergence-at-alapaha.htmlAlapahoochee River flows into the Alapaha Riverhttp://4.bp.blogspot.com/-2XEXeEnK8MQ/TmJpwTR-q0I/AAAAAAAAAxg/0lDcNGHuCa8/s400/Alapaha+-+Hoochee.JPGhttp://4.bp.blogspot.com/-2XEXeEnK8MQ/TmJpwTR-q0I/AAAAAAAAAxg/0lDcNGHuCa8/s1600/Alapaha+-+Hoochee.JPGhttp://southgakayakfishing.blogspot.com/2011/09/alapahoochee-convergence-at-alapaha.htmlSouth Georgia Kayak FishingPublicAlapahoochee RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoSee Alapahoochee LaunchFLHamilton
Sasser LandingLanding21.1421.121.1221.17Brochure30.60071-83.07326From Jennings, Hamilton County, FL, travel east on CR 150; cross the Alapaha River; turn left onto NW 72 Court and follow to river.http://www.wwals.net/maps/alapaha-water-trail/sites/alapahoochee-launch/Concrete boat ramp on dirt road.http://www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/02/10984259_648562041937196_6324400478789334872_n-small.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2015/02/10984259_648562041937196_6324400478789334872_n-big.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/?attachment_id=6521Deanna MericlePublicAlapaha RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoRamp: Concrete ramp on dirt roadNoFreeNoNoNoNoAlso known as Alapahoochee Launch (SRWMD). Just south of confluence with Alapahoochee River.6568JenningsBetter picture.FLHamilton3624-010Suwannee River Water Management Districthttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/qpmap4/map.php?county=fl_hamilton&parcel=3624-010&extent=2412881+577795+2424513+592347&layers=parcels+parcel_sales+aerials+roadsNW 72 Court
Jennings GaugeRiver Gauge21.1421.121.12*30.598056-83.073333Near left bank on downstream side of bridge on State Highway 150, 150 ft upstream from Southern Railroad bridge, 1,400 ft downstream from Apalahoochee River, 1.5 mi south of Florida-Georgia State line, 1.6 mi southeast of Jennings, and 20.1 mi upstream from mouth.http://www.wwals.net/2014/11/03/alapaha-river-water-levels/#JenningsUSGS 02317620http://waterwatch.usgs.gov/wwapps/ww_chart.php?i=nwis&vt=uv&site_no=02317620&p_cd=00065http://waterwatch.usgs.gov/wwapps/ftc.php?site_no=02317620http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?02317620USGSPublicAlapaha RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNo6568Jennings60.58FLHamilton
FL 150 BridgeBridge21.1421.121.12*30.598056-83.0733331.6 mi southeast of Jenningshttp://www.wwals.net/maps/alapaha-water-trail/sites/alapahoochee-launch/State highway bridgehttp://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwisweb/local/state/fl/text/Jennings8172007.jpghttp://waterdata.usgs.gov/usa/nwis/uv?02317620USGSPublicAlapaha RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoFLHamilton
Southern Railroad BridgeRailbridge21.121.121.12Bridge30.598056-83.0733331.6 mi southeast of Jennings, FLhttp://www.wwals.net/maps/alapaha-water-trail/sites/alapahoochee-launch/Railroad bridgehttp://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwisweb/local/state/fl/text/Jennings4152009.jpghttp://waterdata.usgs.gov/usa/nwis/uv?02317620USGSPublicAlapaha RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNorfolk Southern Railway, formerly Georgia Southern and Florida Railway https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alapaha_RiverFLHamilton
Alapahoochee TractPublic Land212121.0230.60071-83.039308From Jennings, Hamilton County, FL, travel east on CR 150; cross the Alapaha River; turn left onto NW 72 Court and follow to river.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=2351075 Acre Tract of Public land along the east and west banks of the Alapaha from CR 150 north to the FL/GA State Linehttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/images/pages/N235/image006.jpghttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=235SRWMDPublicAlapaha RivernoYesPrimitivenononoNoRamp: ConcretenoFreenononononeed photoFLHamilton3864-020SRWMD
Alapahoochee TrailHiking Trail212121.02*30.60071-83.039308From Jennings, Hamilton County, FL, travel east on CR 150; cross the Alapaha River; turn left onto NW 72 Court and follow to river.1075 Acre Tract of Public land along the east and west banks of the Alapaha from CR 150 north to the FL/GA State LinePublicAlapaha RiverFLHamilton
NW 14th Terrace BridgeBridge30.593586-83.065301End of NW 14th Terracehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alapaha_RiverDefunct road bridge.PublicAlapaha RiverFLHamilton
Alapaha River SinkSinkhole18.6518.6330.5854-83.052728Hamilton co. FL Approx. 1/4 mile upstream of the dead river confluencehttp://www.wwals.net/2014/11/13/alapaha-river-sink/A siphon on the west bank that takes the entire river at low water levelshttp://i0.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/11/0e6b068d9ef7c8f88b0619a52f75d593.jpghttp://i1.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/11/733b80ca3e57a7ee110b61cee53d517f.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/2014/11/13/alapaha-river-sink/Chris MericlePublicAlapaha RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoFLHamilton3140-010Suwannee River Water Management Districthttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/qpmap4/map.php?county=fl_hamilton&parcel=3140-010&extent=2421175+578421+2425687+580809&layers=parcels+parcel_sales+aerials+roads
Jennings Bluff SpringSpring18.6418.6230.56845-83.035483Jennings Bluff Hamilton Co. FLhttp://www.wwals.net/?attachment_id=4380Spring at the end of a several hundred foot run at the NW end of the Bluffhttp://i2.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/11/0a6159d050e29171d9b7ad6bc645ab12-1024x768.jpg?zoom=1.5&resize=256%2C192http://i0.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/11/72acded3acd45e4c8b6ed680854b8ab1.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/?attachment_id=4380Chris MericlePublicAlapaha RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoFLHamilton
Dead River ConfluenceTributary18.5118.4930.583981-83.051326From US 41, turn east onto NW 25 Ln, turn into Jennings Bluff Tract, park at Jennings Bluff Launch, walk to the confluence of the Dead Riverhttp://www.wwals.net/2014/10/24/dead-river-sink-alapaha-river-wwals-outing-2pm-26-oct-2014/Alapaha River flows backwards into Dead River unless water is quite highhttp://i1.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/09/45a5c7016a513d0ac830d207c6686045.jpg?zoom=1.5&fit=848%2C1024http://i2.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/09/b1b9fa15d12359a70cb2b5ac4ec388a4.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/2014/09/17/alapaha-sink/Chris MericlePublicDead RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoWhere Alph, the sacred river, ran / Through caverns measureless to man / Down to a sunless sea. --Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1797FLHamilton3142-010Suwannee River Water Management Districthttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/qpmap4/map.php?county=fl_hamilton&parcel=3142-010&extent=2423031+576003+2426059+581411&layers=parcels+parcel_sales+aerials+roads
Dead River SinkSinkholeBrochure30.57912-83.053276From US 41, turn east onto NW 25 Ln, turn into Jennings Bluff Tract, park at Jennings Bluff Launch, walk to Dead River, follow inlandhttp://www.wwals.net/2014/10/24/dead-river-sink-alapaha-river-wwals-outing-2pm-26-oct-2014/Dead River disappears into sinkhole into Floridan Aquiferhttp://i0.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/09/c90577aff4bd351a8815b529e5b3ea3d.jpghttp://i2.wp.com/www.wwals.net/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2014/09/d08a68fc4f60110fe05edf80b1f0e294.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/2014/09/17/alapaha-sink/Chris MericlePublicDead RiverNoYesNoNoNoNoNoNoFreeNoyesNoNoWith walls and towers were girdled round: / And there were gardens bright with sinuous rills --Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1797FLHamilton3225-002Suwannee River Water Management Districthttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/qpmap4/map.php?county=fl_hamilton&parcel=3225-002&extent=2420841+574610+2426189+580086&layers=parcels+parcel_sales+aerials+roads
Jennings Bluff LaunchAccess17.5417.5217.5317.55Brochure30.579864-83.039308From Jennings, Hamilton County, FL, travel south on US 41 to NW 25 Lane; turn left; travel east to NW 82 Court and the entrance into the Suwannee River Water Management District’s Jennings Bluff tract; turn left and follow road to canoe launch.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/DocumentCenter/Home/View/1224Wooden steps down to river from parking areahttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/cgi-bin/mapserv56?map=/qpub1/maps/fl/hamilton/parcel4.map&mode=map&layers=parcels+roads+aerials+copyright+counties+cities&layer=qparcel_print&parcel=3221-000&mapsize=685%20626&mapext=2429313.3247259%20572749.40545509%202429677.5729287%20573082.28045509http://qpublic6.qpublic.net/cgi-bin/mapserv56?map=/qpub1/maps/fl/hamilton/parcel4.map&mode=map&layers=parcels+roads+aerials+copyright+counties+cities&layer=qparcel_print&parcel=3221-000&mapsize=685%20626&mapext=2429313.3247259%20572749.40545509%202429677.5729287%20573082.28045509Hamilton County Property AppraiserPublicAlapaha RiverNoYesPrimitiveNoNoNoNoStairs: wooden stepsNoFreeNoNoNoNoLast Alapaha River access before Suwannee River.6568JenningsBetter pictureFLHamilton3221-000Suwannee River Water Management Districthttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/qpmap4/map.php?county=fl_hamilton&parcel=3221-000&extent=2421445+564843+2435949+586147&layers=parcels+parcel_sales+aerials+roadsNW 82 Court
Jennings Bluff TractPublic Land161630.567183-83.038911From Jennings, Hamilton County, FL, travel south on US 41 to NW 25 Lane; turn left; travel east to NW 82 Court and the entrance into the Suwannee River Water Management District’s Jennings Bluff tract. http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?NID=178500 Acre Tract of Public Land along the west bank of the Alapaha River between mile 16 and 18.5http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/images/pages/N178/avoca_jenningsbluff%20map.jpghttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?NID=178SRWMDPublicAlapaha RivernoYesPrimitiveNonononoStairs: wooden stepsnoFreenononononeed photoFLHamilton3221-000SRWMD
Jennings Bluff TrailHiking Trail1616*30.567183-83.038911From Jennings, Hamilton County, FL, travel south on US 41 to NW 25 Lane; turn left; travel east to NW 82 Court and the entrance into the Suwannee River Water Management District’s Jennings Bluff tract. 500 Acre Tract of Public Land along the west bank of the Alapaha River between mile 16 and 18.5http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/images/pages/N178/avoca_jenningsbluff%20map.jpghttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?NID=178SRWMDPublicAlapaha RiverFLHamilton
Alligator CreekTributary30.558886-83.02036South of NW 86th Blvd, Jasper, FLPrivateAlapaha RiverFLHamilton
US 41 BridgeBridge11.4211.42*30.528857-83.038403Between Jennings and Jasper, FLhttps://www.google.com/maps/@30.52884,-83.038442,3a,75y,192.17h,76.72t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sP0i43dFSBkGpDwISWFqntA!2e0Federal highway bridgehttps://www.google.com/maps/@30.52884,-83.038442,3a,75y,192.17h,76.72t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sP0i43dFSBkGpDwISWFqntA!2e0https://www.google.com/maps/@30.52884,-83.038442,3a,75y,192.17h,76.72t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sP0i43dFSBkGpDwISWFqntA!2e0Google mapsPublicAlapaha RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoFLHamilton
Little Alapaha RiverTributary8.438.4330.501392-83.037963Confluence with Alapaha River between US 41 and I-75http://segs.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/SEGS-Guidebook-63-Alapaha-River-Area.pdfEPA Mywaters mapper shows this confluence, but not clear it ever actually gets there.PublicAlapaha RiverNoNoNoNonononoNoFLHamilton2897-000SRWMDhttp://qpublic6.qpublic.net/fl_display_dw.php?county=fl_hamilton&KEY=2897-000
I-75 BridgeBridge8.178.17*30.499092-83.041005Between Jennings and Jasper, FLhttps://www.google.com/maps/@30.499083,-83.040839,3a,55.1y,31.67h,82.81t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1s_xhXVzbD2lMuu516m7PKOA!2e0Interstate highway bridgehttps://www.google.com/maps/@30.499083,-83.040839,3a,55.1y,31.67h,82.81t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1s_xhXVzbD2lMuu516m7PKOA!2e0https://www.google.com/maps/@30.499083,-83.040839,3a,55.1y,31.67h,82.81t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1s_xhXVzbD2lMuu516m7PKOA!2e0Google mapsPublicAlapaha RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoFLHamilton
Tyree TractPublic Land3330.47223-83.0897From I-75 exit SR6 west to CR751 south to sw 57th St turn left, go to W 65th  turn left, dead ends at entrance.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236213 Acre Tract of Public Land along the West bank of the Alapaha River between mile 3.5 and 4.5.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/images/pages/N236/image005.jpghttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236SRWMDPublicAlapaha RivernoyesPrimitiveNononononoFreenononononeed photoFLHamilton3581-000SRWMD
Tyree TrailHiking Trail33*30.47223-83.0897From I-75 exit SR6 west to CR751 south to sw 57th St turn left, go to W 65th  turn left, dead ends at entrance.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236213 Acre Tract of Public Land along the West bank of the Alapaha River between mile 3.5 and 4.5.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/images/pages/N236/image005.jpghttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236SRWMDPublicAlapaha RiverFLHamilton
Tyree campsiteCamping3330.469895-83.076942From I-75 exit SR6 west to CR751 south to sw 57th St turn left, go to W 65th turn left, dead ends at entrance.http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236Campsite on the bank of the Alapaha River accessible by boat or hiking trailhttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/images/pages/N236/image005.jpghttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236SRWMDPublicAlapaha RivernoPrimitiveFLHamilton
Lower Alapaha BridgeBridge30.45334-83.089351From SW CR 751, east on CR 249, first left onto unnamed road.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alapaha_RiverAcross the river from the NE tip of the Lower Alapaha Conservation Area.PublicAlapaha RiverFLHamilton
Osteen TractPublic Land1130.450378-83.097306From I-75 exit SR6 west to CR751 south, entrance just before you cross the Alapaha River on both sides of CR 751http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236203 Acre Tract of Public Land along the west bank of the Alapaha River between mile .5 and 2http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/images/pages/N236/image005.jpghttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236SRWMDPublicAlapaha RivernoyesPrimitiveNononononoFreenononononeed photoFLHamilton3622-000SRWMD
Osteen TrailHiking Trail11*30.450378-83.097306From I-75 exit SR6 west to CR751 south, entrance just before you cross the Alapaha River on both sides of CR 751http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236203 Acre Tract of Public Land along the west bank of the Alapaha River between mile .5 and 2http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/images/pages/N236/image005.jpghttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236SRWMDPublicAlapaha RivernoFLHamilton
Osteen campsiteCamping1130.44702-83.094161From I-75 exit SR6 west to CR751 south, entrance just before you cross the Alapaha River on both sides of CR 751http://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236Campsite on the bank of the Alapaha River accessible by boat or hiking trailhttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/images/pages/N236/image005.jpghttp://www.srwmd.state.fl.us/index.aspx?nid=236SRWMDPublicAlapaha RivernoPrimitiveFLHamilton
SW Co. Rd. 751 BridgeBridge1.181.18*30.448653-83.096873Between Jennings and Live Oak, FLhttps://www.google.com/maps/@30.448545,-83.096853,3a,75y,73.56h,82.18t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sEDEySJscf4G7U2v2RMWckQ!2e0County road bridgehttps://www.google.com/maps/@30.448545,-83.096853,3a,75y,73.56h,82.18t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sEDEySJscf4G7U2v2RMWckQ!2e0https://www.google.com/maps/@30.448545,-83.096853,3a,75y,73.56h,82.18t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sEDEySJscf4G7U2v2RMWckQ!2e0Google mapsPublicAlapaha RiverNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoNoFLHamilton
Mission MIne South ChemoursMineBrochure31.0198-81.9727Georgia Highway 301, west of River Road, and south of Winokur Road, near the City of Folkston, Charlton County, Georgiahttps://www.sas.usace.army.mil/Portals/61/Users/251/87/1787/20151222-SAS-2012-01042-Charlton-20160121-JML.pdf?ver=2015-12-22-110806-857Titanium and zirconium mine.PrivateSatilla RiverGACharltonChemours (Southern Ionics)
Twin Pines Minerals MineMineBrochure30.5214-82.1144The 2,414 acre site is located North of Georgia Highway 94, West of Georgia Highway 23, and East of the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Saint George, Charlton County, Georgiahttp://wwals.net/pictures/2019-07-12--tpm-usace/Heavy mineral sand mine.http://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-07-12--tpm-usace/small/landings-starke.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-07-12--tpm-usace/landings-starke.jpghttp://wwals.net/pictures/2019-07-12--tpm-usace/WWALS229-242-0102PrivateSt. Marys RiverGACharltonTwin Pines Minerals
North Maxville Mine ChemoursMineBrochure30.2091444-82.071053257775 South County Road 228, Macclenny, Florida 32063http://wwals.net/pictures/2019-02-07--lfco-chemoursHeavy minerals mine by The Chemours Company FC, LLChttp://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-07-30--chemours-dredge/small/IMG_2032.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-07-30--chemours-dredge/IMG_2032.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/pictures/2019-07-30--chemours-dredgeCarol BurtonPrivateSt. Marys RiverFLClayChemours
Maxville Mine ChemoursMineBrochure30.1524416-82.0333527780 Highway 301 Maxville, Florida 32234http://wwals.net/pictures/2019-02-07--lfco-chemoursHeavy minerals mine by The Chemours Company FC, LLCPrivateSt. Johns RiverFLClayChemours
Highland Mine ChemoursMineBrochure30.05590244-82.04947911274 NE County Road 125, Lawtey, Florida 32058-3258http://wwals.net/pictures/2019-02-07--lfco-chemoursHeavy minerals mine by The Chemours Company FC, LLCPrivateNew (FL) RiverFLClayChemours
Trailridge Mine ChemoursMineBrochure29.91281944-82.03120835222 Treat Road Starke, Florida 32091http://wwals.net/pictures/2019-02-07--lfco-chemoursHeavy minerals mine by The Chemours Company FC, LLCPrivateSanta Fe RiverFLBradfordChemours
HPS II Phosphate MineMineBrochure29.92191-82.34453West of CR 231 in Bradford County, FLhttp://www.wwals.net/issues/phosphate-mining/#hpsiiProposed phosphate mine in Bradford County, FL. Also proposed in Union County, FL, but that part is much less likely to happen.http://wwals.net/blog/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/08/f109952edabddba956822126e13c01e6.jpghttp://wwals.net/blog/wp-content/themes/pianoblack/img//2017/08/f109952edabddba956822126e13c01e6.jpghttp://www.wwals.net/issues/phosphate-mining/#hpsiiPrivateSanta Fe RiverFLBradfordHPS II
Lake Butler GaugeRiver Gauge*29.998056-82.274167On SR 100 bridge between Lake Butler and Starke.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=nrbf1&prob_type=stageUSGS 02321000 NEW RIVER NR LAKE BUTLER FLAPublicNew (FL) RiverLake ButlerFLUnion
Earleton GaugeRiver Gauge*29.745-82.098611On Santa Fe Lakehttps://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=erlf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02320600 SANTA FE LAKE NR KEYSTONE HTS, FLA.PrivateSanta Fe LakeEarletonFLBradford
Graham GaugeRiver Gauge*29.846111-82.219722On N CR 225 bridge south of Graham.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=grmf1&prob_type=stageUSGS 02320700 SANTA FE RIVER NEAR GRAHAM, FLA.PublicSanta Fe RiverGrahamFLBradford
Worthington Springs GaugeRiver Gauge49.15*29.921667-82.426389On the FL 121 bridge south of Worthington Springs.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=worf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02321500 SANTA FE RIVER AT WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FLA.PublicSanta Fe RiverWorthington SpringsFLAlachua
Worthington Springs RampLanding49.1Brochure29.923527-82.427374The boat ramp is on the northwest side of SR 121 and the Santa Fe River.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh4.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxlpffKwoI/AAAAAAAAAS4/Upo6RCX4N2U/s288/115-1.jpgSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLUnionFL 121
O'Leno GaugeRiver Gauge*29.926565-82.559647In O'Leno State Park just downstream from I-75.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=olpf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02321898 SANTA FE RIVER AT O'LENO STATE PARK FLAPublicSanta Fe RiverO'LenoFLColumbia
Santa Fe River Rise GaugeRiver Gauge39.5*29.873333-82.591389https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=rrzf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02321958 SANTA FE RIVER AT RIVER RISE NR HIGH SPRINGS, FLPublicSanta Fe RiverSanta Fe River RiseFLColumbia
Bible Camp Road RampLanding37.1Brochure29.851975-82.611591From High Springs, travel north on US 41 to SE Sprite Loop; turn right; travel north to SE Bible Camp Street and follow road to boat ramp.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh4.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxllffKwgI/AAAAAAAAAR4/Sq4MLJd9HQA/s288/114-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLAlachuaUS 41
High Springs RampLanding27.6Brochure29.851975-82.611591From High Springs, travel north on US 41 to NW 210 Lane; turn left and follow road to boat ramp.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh5.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxlkvfKwfI/AAAAAAAAARw/BcLgvbrNEqc/s288/112-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLAlachuaNW 210 Lane
River Rise RampLanding24.6Brochure29.844121-82.6309From High Springs, travel north on US 27 crossing the Santa Fe River and the boat ramp is on the right.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh6.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxlj_fKweI/AAAAAAAAARo/a58ToY-spns/s288/111-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLColumbiaUS 27
Poe Springs GaugeRiver Gauge22.5*29.825556-82.648889From High Springs, travel south on CR 236 to CR 340; turn right and travel 3 miles west; the entrance to Poe Springs is on the right.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=poef1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02322140 POE SPRINGS NEAR HIGH SPRINGS,FLPublicSanta Fe RiverPoe SpringsFLAlachua
Poe Springs RampLanding22.5Brochure29.826418-82.653495From High Springs, travel south on CR 236 to CR 340; turn right and travel 3 miles west; the entrance to Poe Springs is on the right.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh3.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxlpPfKwnI/AAAAAAAAASw/Rz8XuXAS_HA/s288/110-1.jpgSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLAlachuaCR 340
Rum Island RampLanding20.7Brochure29.833508-82.678475From Ft. White, travel south on SR 47 to CR 138; turn left; travel east to SW Rum Island Terrace; turn right and follow road to ramp.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh6.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxlo_fKwmI/AAAAAAAAASo/cQbEGgTfpoQ/s288/108-1.jpgSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLColumbiaCR 138
Ginnie Springs RampLanding19.1Brochure29.837833-82.703811From Ft. White, travel south to CR 340; turn left; travel east to NE 60th Avenue; turn left and follow road to park.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh4.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SC2GFPfKwxI/AAAAAAAAAXU/Ir4TfZKiNoI/s288/109-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLGilchristNE 60th Ave.
Fort White GaugeRiver Gauge18*29.848611-82.715278°https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=fwhf1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrographUSGS 02322500 SANTA FE RIVER NEAR FORT WHITE, FLA.PublicSanta Fe RiverFort WhiteFLGilchrist
Santa Fe River County Park RampLanding15.8Brochure29.864524-82.739962From Ft. White, travel south on SR 47; cross the Santa Fe River and the boat ramp is on the left in the county park.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh3.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxloPfKwkI/AAAAAAAAASY/UVxeIRRtNHo/s288/107-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLGilchristFL 47
Hollingsworth Bluff RampLanding10.7Brochure29.869414-82.744191From Ft. White, travel south on SR 47 to CR 138; turn right; travel west to NE 2nd Way; turn right and follow road to boat ramp on the right.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh5.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxlivfKwcI/AAAAAAAAARY/iQeIMIp7Mqc/s288/104-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLColumbia
Santa Fe River RampLanding10.7Brochure29.89669-82.763392From Ft. White, travel south on SR 47 to CR 138; turn right; travel west to NE 2nd Way; turn right and follow road to boat ramp on the right.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh5.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxlivfKwcI/AAAAAAAAARY/iQeIMIp7Mqc/s288/104-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLGilchrist
Ira Bea Oasis RampLanding10.7Brochure29.912915-82.774436From Ft. White, travel south on SR 47 to CR 138; turn right; travel west to NE 2nd Way; turn right and follow road to boat ramp on the right.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh5.ggpht.com/srwmd1/SCxlivfKwcI/AAAAAAAAARY/iQeIMIp7Mqc/s288/104-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLGilchristNE 2nd Way
Three Rivers Estates GaugeRiver Gauge7.4*29.9325-82.799167On Santa Fe River about 200 feet upstream of Ichetucknee River Confluencehttps://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=tref1&prob_type=stage&source=hydrograph
Hildreth GaugeRiver Gauge2.4*29.911389-82.860556From Branford, travel east on US 27; turn right on US 129; travel south to 296th Street; turn right and William Guy Lemons Memorial Park is on the left.https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=jax&gage=ftwf1&prob_type=stageUSGS 02322800 SANTA FE RIVER NR HILDRETH FLAPublicSanta Fe RiverHildrethFLSuwannee
William Guy Lemmons Memorial Park RampLanding2.4Brochure29.912717-82.860514From Branford, travel east on US 27; turn right on US 129; travel south to 296th Street; turn right and William Guy Lemons Memorial Park is on the left.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh4.ggpht.com/srwmd1/Rqo_BaIA8_I/AAAAAAAAAFs/Yl18NYpJ0vM/s288/101-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLSuwannee296th St.
Sandy Point Campground RampLanding2.1Brochure29.909194-82.864928From Branford, travel east on US 27; turn right on US 129; travel south to 296th Street; turn right; travel west on 296th Street; Sandy Point Campground is on the left.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh5.ggpht.com/srwmd1/Rqo_AqIA8-I/AAAAAAAAAFk/FeyriRvPg8U/s288/102-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLSuwannee296th St.
Ellie Ray's River Landing RampLanding1.3Brochure29.898549-82.866488From Branford, travel east on US 27; turn right on US 129; travel south; cross the Santa Fe River; travel to NW 110th Street; turn right and follow road to boat ramp.https://www.ellieraysrvresort.com/Sitting on the spring fed, Santa Fe River, in North Central Florida, you can Kayak, fish, get a good tan, whatever your flavor, its here because you are on DAY-CATION when you are at Ellie Ray's!http://lh6.ggpht.com/srwmd1/Rqo_B6IA9AI/AAAAAAAAAF0/sA4Q5kUendw/s288/633-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLGilchrist110th St.
Wanamake RampLanding0.1Brochure29.888659-82.877852From Branford, travel east on US 27; turn right on US 129; travel south; cross the Santa Fe River; travel to NW 102nd Place; turn right; travel west to NW 39th Avenue; turn right and follow road to boat ramp.http://www.mysuwanneeriver.com/64/Boating-Canoeinghttp://lh5.ggpht.com/srwmd1/Rqo_CqIA9BI/AAAAAAAAAF8/QUyi8KDvGxA/s288/24-1.JPGSRWMDPublicSanta Fe RiverYesRamp: ConcreteFLGilchristW 39th Ave.