Where to Stay
There are many lodging options available in the White Springs area.
Hotels, Motels & Bed & Breakfasts
White Springs Bed & Breakfast
16630 Spring Street, White Springs, FL (Corner of US 41 and Spring Street)
Six rooms available - SBA members receive special discount.
For reservations: 386-397-4252 firstname.lastname@example.org
Americas Best Value Inn is three miles away at I-75 and SR 136, the Farmer's Market exit. Reservations can be made at 1-888-315-2378.
Days Inn, on US 441 north of Lake City, is 11 miles away at Exit 303.
U.S. Inn, White Springs,
Best Western Suwannee River Inn,
Live Oak – 386.362.6000
Live Oak Econo Lodge,
Holiday Inn Express Hotel, Live
Holiday Inn, Lake City,
Camping or Cabins
Suwannee Valley Campground (386-397-1667) ("nudist resort")
Rock Island House Cottages (386-397-1311)
Angies Moonshine Acres Campground & Roosters Outfitters and Live Bait (386-397-2724) (primitive camping) 10315 SE 141 Blvd, White Springs FL. (4.2 miles from headquarters on US 41 N to FL 25a turn left, cross Swift Creek bridge turn right on SE 141 Blvd
Places to Eat
Telford Hotel - Restaurant
Other Activities/Things to See
American Canoe Adventures
White Springs, FL 32096
Ichetucknee Canoe and Cabins
Hiking opportunites abound, the Florida Trail runs through White Springs and along the Suwannee River.
Spring Hopping - Take a dip in one of the many refreshing springs located the local rivers.
State of Florida Nature & Heritage Tourism Center
The Center is located on the corner of Highway 136 and U.S. Highway 41 in White Springs, Florida. It is easily accessed from I-10 (exit 43) or I-75 (exit 84). Call (386) 397-4461 for more information.
Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park
The fall season at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park revolves around the river and trails. Flowers bloom throughout the season amid dense green foliage and native species include blazing star, ladies tresses, Spanish needle and palmetto. Bird watchers may easily spot several species of woodpeckers, hawks, herons, ducks, owls and other birds and wildlife. The park offers a section of the Florida Scenic Trail that skirts along the edge of the Suwannee River. Nearby Big Shoals State Park and Public Lands has 28 miles of trails for hiking, cycling, and horseback riding.
Suwannee River Water Management District - Best Recreational Opportunities at a Glance - Biking, hiking, horseback riding, and nature study are available on all District lands. However, not all District lands have developed facilities. The best recreational opportunities are listed below.
Suwannee River Wilderness Trail - Contains information on hiking, biking, camping, paddling, horse-back riding and other activites available along the Suwannee River.