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The Suwannee Springs Park is a historic park featuring the old spring house that was built in the 1800s around the sulfur springs. Visitors can swim in the springs, picnic, and enjoy the snow white river sand bars.

Visitors may also enjoy fishing, as well as biking, hiking, and wildlife viewing on the Suwannee Springs Tract’s administrative roads. Canoes and kayaks may be launched from the Suwannee Springs Launch.

Suwannee Springs Park:
Travel north on US 129, turn right on 93rd Drive (Old US 129), travel north to 32nd Street, turn right, and follow the street to the parking lot.

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Rock Bluff Springs is a part of J. H. Anderson, Jr. Memorial Park owned by the Suwannee River Water Management District and managed by Alachua Conservation Trust. Visitors may enjoy swimming, picnicking, hiking and wildlife viewing.

Rock Bluff Springs is a second magnitude spring with a short spring run out to the Suwannee River. The spring has multiple openings from the aquifer and ringed with cypress trees around the edge.

A half mile trail carves through the upland hardwood forest where visitors have an opportunity to explore some of the features adjacent to the spring.

Rock Bluff Springs – J. H. Anderson, Jr. Memorial Park from Bell:
Travel north 3 miles on US 129, turn left on CR 340, go west 3 miles and the Park entrance is on the right.

Address: 6560 NW CR 340, Bell, FL

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Big Shoals Public Land is owned by three agencies Florida Department of Environmental Protection (Big Shoals State Park), Florida Forest Service (Big Shoals State Forest), Suwannee River Water Management District and managed as Big Shoals Public Lands. For information on Big Shoals State Park and Big Shoals State Forest contact:


Big Shoals State Park Website

Big Shoals State Forest Website
Big Shoals offers 28 miles of trails, including the paved multi-purpose Woodpecker Trail, and a canoe launch for the outdoor enthusiast. Here you can view the only stretch of major whitewater rapids in Florida.

Visitors may enjoy biking, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing on administrative roads. Hunting is allowed on the Big Shoals tract, which is part of the Big Shoals Wildlife Management Area.

For more information on hunting, contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission at:

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Website
Note: Hunting is allowed in permitted areas only.

Big Shoals Public Lands from White Springs:
Travel north from White Springs on CR 135 and turn right into the Little Shoals entrance or continue 2 miles north on CR 135 and turn right on SE 94th Street (Old Goodwin Bridge Road), which ends at the second entrance into Big Shoals Public Lands.