Water Trails

WWALS is the organizer for two water trails, has mapped another, and has composite maps of all three, covering the entire 10,000-square-mile Suwannee River Basin in Georgia and Florida.

[ARWT, WLRWT, SRWT, All]

For how to use those water trail maps and web pages, see How far from one Boat Ramp to the next landing? WWALS Water Trails.


Landings in the Suwannee River Basin

See the WWALS composite map of all public landings and boat ramps in the Suwannee River Basin.

[Suwannee River Basin, landings, logos]

This is the most general map, covering the entire Basin from the headwaters of the Little, Withlacoochee, Alapaha, and Suwannee Rivers to the Gulf of Mexico.

For more detail, see the specific water trails below.


Alapaha River Water Trail (ARWT)

WWALS has published new maps and brochures for the Alapaha River Water Trail, and has placed road signs and at-water signs, updating and revitalizing a water trail that was first documented in the 1970s.

[ARWT-Sign.pdf]

See separate WWALS web page.


Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail (WLRWT)

WWALS has produced online maps, a z-fold brochure, road signs, and at-water signs for the two dozen public landings on the WLRWT, which was also first documented in the 1970s.

[WLRWT-Sign.pdf]

See separate WWALS web page.


Suwannee River Wilderness Trail (SRWT)

This Water Trail already existed and WWALS continually draws from it. The WWALS map of the SRWT includes Georgia and the Okefenokee Swamp.

[SRWT Wide]

See separate WWALS web page.


Okefenokee Wilderness Area Canoe Trails (OWACT)

Also predating WWALS, and a National Water Trail, see the separate WWALS web page. The OWACT is included in the WWALS SRWT and All Landings maps.


Lower Suwannee & Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges

Numerous maps and paddling guides are online by Friends of the Lower Suwannee & Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges.

We think all of those public landings are included in the WWALS SRWT and All Landings maps.


Visit Dixie County Florida

Dixie County, Florida, has interactive maps of Dixie’s Suwannee River, Dixie’s Gulf Coast, and Dixie’s Blueways Paddling Trails.

We think all of those public landings are included in the WWALS SRWT and All Landings maps.


Water Trail Resources

A separate WWALS web page with a collection of links.


See Also

Anhinga Trek on the Georgia Southern Rivers Birding Trail.

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