Suwannee River State Park

One of the reasons the CurbCrushers stopped in North Florida was to visit some family. It so happens that the family being visited lives right around the corner from the Suwannee River State Park. Since we were right next door, we decided to pay the park a visit since we are planning on camping there next July with the Florida Pop Up Campers.

We would have camped in this park, but their campground is pretty torn up at this time, hence we stayed at the Stephen Foster Culture Center mentioned in the previous post. They are in the middle of building new bathhouses, and will be putting in full hookups (electric, water and sewer) for each site. When this work is completed this will be a very nice campground. The playground is right across from the campground. As it is named, this park sits on the Suwannee River and there is a boat ramp and canoes for rent. There are a number of hiking trails in the park.

All in all we look forward to returning after the campground opens and enjoying this park.

Pictures can be found here.


Suwannee River State Park — 3 Comments

  1. Hello Curbcrushers —

    I hope you are having a good week. I’ve enjoyed your blog and I plan on checking back often.

    My wife and I were just sitting here “arguing” about whether or not we should buy an RV and hit the road for 6-8 months. The Itasca Sunova 35J is the perfect RV for us. It sounds like you are happy with yours.

    Are you homeschooling Little Curbcrusher? We have two kids (ages 12 & 7) and had planned on homeschooling them if we hit the road. I know you are not full-timing, but can you give me an ammunition to convince my wife that we need to get an RV and head out on the road?



  2. Lou,
    Thanks for reading! I really didn’t think anyone but family was reading this. I’m trying to get caught up on all the stuff from the trip. But I’ll think about putting together a post that describes how we got into RVing. That might help you.


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