The Suwannee River’s headwaters rise from the depths of Okefenokee Swamp. Flowing pass beautiful white sandbars andlimestone bluffs, under a canopy of tupelo and oaks, the river travels for over 250 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. Our trips are on the upper section of the river near Fargo, usually 3 days long, paddling about 25 miles total for the trip.
This is a beautiful, scenic section with only a few houses alone the way. Small and narrow at the beginning, with higher bluffs and limestone outcroppings near the lower half. We will make camp on sandbars or bluffs alone the river and enjoy the serene sounds and sights of the Suwannee.