This 26-mile scenic paddling trail on the Santa Fe River curves past hardwood hammocks and through river swamps on its way to joining the Suwanee River. Many clear springs feed the Santa Fe and provide cool relief on hot days. Small shoals are present during low water, which can be attempted by intermediate paddlers.
(Source: Florida Department of Environmental Protection)
|Trip Length||26.0 Miles|
|Manager||Florida Department of Environmental Protection|
|Wild & Scenic||No|