Hike alongside the Suwannee River on the Lime Sink Run, with interpretive labels that explain the hammock and its various plants and animals for those who take the self-guided tour. The Sandhills Trail takes visitors from the picnic area to the Columbus Cemetery. The open forest of pines here contrasts with the hardwood hammock along the river trail. A section of this trail runs along the route of the old stage road, which ran from Pensacola to Jacksonville and was the major route of travel in the early 1800s. Note: All trails are for foot traffic only. Vehicles and horses are not permitted.

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Review of Suwanee River Hiking Trails

Active and Adventure Review of Suwanee River Hiking Trails

Away Travel Editor: Alistair Wearmouth
Editor Rating 3.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Day Hiking
Editor Tips & Helpful Hints
  • If you're quiet and patient, you may spot beaver, alligators, raccoon, and a variety of wading birds.
  • Tackle a 4.6-mile section of the Florida Trail, which briefly runs through the park.

Suwanee River State Park
20185 County Road 132
Live Oak, Florida 32060

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