Map of Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail

Interactive Map

Follow this link to the interactive map, which is also embedded below:

See Also

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This map is updated from time to time from the WLRWT spreadsheet of the Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail (WLRWT).

See also Maps Wanted for more things we want to make from the spreadsheet.


See also the Z-fold brochures.

Sources and Notes

Florida miles are from the Suwannee Wilderness Trail.
Georgia access point distances are from Canoeing & Kayaking Georgia By Suzanne Welander, Bob Sehlinger, Don Otey.
The 57.5 miles for Kinard Bridge Road on the Little River matches Brown’s Guide.
The distances for the Little River Boat Ramp and the GA 133 Bridge were measured.
All other distances are interpolations thus far.

Changes in this draft map of the Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail, made from the WRWT Spreadsheet:

  • 2017-11-04: Watershed background color, just landings in static maps, creeks and other new items in interactive map.

  • 2015-05-04:
    • Tracks by Chris Graham for the Withlacoochee River, Little River, New River, and Okapilco Creek.
    • Access point distances corrected to match the distances in Canoeing & Kayaking Georgia. Other mile points in Georgia are still very rough.

    This draft also contains:

3 thoughts on “Map of Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail

  1. george blakely

    This is George Blakely and Roxanne Conrow, we have a camp on the Withlacoochie a few hundred feet before the four freedom trail and the tressel. There is a big rock in the river in front of our place as well as a long skinny boardwalk we use to launch our boats from. We were hoping tp join in the paddle this Saturday but something else came up. In the future we would like to join in and also invite folks up for snacks and beverages. We paddle up from our place to Nankin sometimes and also paddle to the Suwannee , our record is 6 hours,
    the interactive map is very impressive but the stat line spring is in the wrong location, it should further down river right before re-entering GA. If you enlarge the map on stilt vie you can actually see the rapids.
    Looking forward to meeting you all sometime.

      1. jsq Post author

        Yes, please join us next time. Lunch also sounds great.
        Up to Nankin and down to the Suwannee in six hours is most impressive!
        We’re always fiddling with the maps.
        Generally I like to have rapids marked where they start, but this one may need adjustment. -jsq


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