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If you want to experience the Old Florida away from the hustle & bustle of city life'This is the place.

The Lower Suwannee Wildlife Refuge is minutes away. Nature Coast's natural wildlife includes some of the most spectacular in the world including: West Indian Manatee, Florida Black Bear, endangered gopher tortoise, Florida panther , bald eagle, Florida scrub Jay, wood stork, sandhill crane, red cockade woodpecker, least tern, great horned owl, and Whippoorwills.

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Our Pavillion makes a great place for a cookout. You'll also find a large barbeque grill/smoker and picnic tables. Come and get it!
Fishing
Fresh water fishing in the Suwannee River yields large mouth bass, red belly, catfish, bluegill and is home to the threatened gulf sturgeon.

For salt water enthusiasts the gulf waters offer salt flats as well as deep sea fishing ground, which are hailed for the abundance and variety of fish which include, grouper, tarpon, sheepshead, sea trout, red snapper and during the summer months and abundance of scallops and crabs.

Diving
Snorkel and scuba diving in the areas sparking clear springs attract visitors from afar to experience the manatees and explore the many underwater caves. The water remains a constant 72 degrees year round. The 'City of Hawkinsville' is a sunken river steamer and an underwater state park favored by scuba divers.

Trails
Hiking and bicycling are everywhere throughout the region. Canoe/kayak trials are established in the Lower Suwannee delta/estuarine system. The trail winds its way through several brackish and fresh water creeks.
 
Old Town Campground 'N' Retreat
2241 SE Highway 349
Old Town, FL 32680
Phone: (352)542-9500
E-Mail: oldtowncampground@gmail.com

Owner: Linda & Joe Navatto
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