Welcome to the beautiful Suwannee River Valley, located in north Florida halfway between Jacksonville and Tallahassee along the Interstate 10 and Interstate 75 corridor. Our area is unparalled in easy-living amenities, natural beauty and also features a mild climate.
For the nature enthusiasts, there are many year round outdoor activities available at the ten parks and campgrounds located in Suwannee County. Both S.C.U.B.A. diving and boating are very popular here. In fact, the town of Branford, in the southern section of Suwannee County, is the fresh water spring diving capitol of America. For the sportsman, golf, fishing, hunting, canoeing, biking, off road motor-sports and horseback riding are readily available in the back county of the Suwannee River Valley. Nature lovers can enjoy the many rivers, lakes and fresh water springs that provide the habitat for birds and flora of a wide variety. Or maybe you would just like to spend a lazy day tubing down the beautiful Ichetucknee Springs River.
Community festivals such as Christmas on the Square and special events add an opportunity to meet and greet your neighbors. The Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Campground hosts a variety of events throughout the year such as the Suwannee River Jam, the Magnolia Fest and the Bluegrass Festival. In addition to the local activities, the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean are just 50 to 70 miles away offering world-class deep sea fishing and scalloping.
The Suwannee River Valley is steeped in history. As you drive through Suwannee County, you may feel as though you have stepped back in time to an era of gracious Southern hospitality. In fact, the first thing you'll notice is that people are waving at you and giving you a warm smile. Everyone feels welcome in Suwannee County. This is a wonderful, safe place to raise a family or simply retire in peace!