River camps are available for visitors who plan multiple-day paddling trips. Each one is approximately 10 miles from established parks and campgrounds on the river. Each river camp features 5 screened sleeping platforms with electricity and ceiling fans, restrooms and showers and primitive camping sites for tents. Each sleeping platform accommodates 6-8 people. River camps provide a great place to stay for a self-contained river adventure. There is no public vehicle access to our river camps - except for Anderson's Landing in the town of Suwannee. Outfitters can work with visitors to deliver gear, coolers and catered food to the river camps. Ask your outfitter for specific services.
Woods Ferry River Camp – River mile 159.3 located 10 miles from White Springs, in between Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park and the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park. N 30 21.22, W 82
Holton Creek River Camp – River mile 140.9 located between Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Suwannee River State Park, GPS 30.4292855284479, -83.03571939468384
Dowling Park River Camp – River mile 113.0 Located right across the river from the Advent Christian Village in the town of Dowling Park. N 30 14.81, W 83 14.87
Peacock Slough River Camp – River mile 95.8 Located on the river just south of Peacock Springs State Park. N 30 6.09, W 83 8.23
Adams Tract River Camp – River mile 85.5 Located just a few miles upriver of Troy Springs State Park, just north of Branford. N 30 2.10, W 83 1.14
Anderson’s Landing River Camp (Hub) – River mile 3.9 Located in the Town of Suwannee. N 29 19.79, W 83 8.57
Are you planning a multi-day paddling trip on the Suwannee? Each river camp has 5 raised, screened sleeping platforms, hot showers and restrooms. You'll spend the night in comfort while you enjoy the Suwannee.
You can paddle in (walk-ins), but due to the rising popularity of these camps, reservations are strongly recommended. To make reservations at any of the river camps, call 1-800-868-9914.