Suwannee River Inn

Address: Highway 19 South, Old Town, Florida, 32680, United States | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located on Highway 19 South, Old Town, is near Fanning Springs State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Old Town

Floating down the river

A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Sep 06, 2014

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... the river the water was murky and you couldn't see your feet but on the plus side it was warm! The current was so strong that you basically could just float and you'd move along at quite a quick pace. We only floated onto the next spring which took no time at all so we exited the river and got out of the springs to shower and warm up. It was almost supper time so we set up the 'kitchen' and a small shelter because the weather ...

Road trip to Nawlins

A travel blog entry by sknodle on Apr 15, 2014

... up on the events of the day. We order a yummy breakfast for a reasonable price and are not disappointed. Further up the road we stop at small post office in Salem, FL so Sue M can mail a package for a friend. The friendly clerk asks is she can buy some South African coins from Sue for her son the coin collector. She is thrilled when Sue donates several denominations of coins for the collection. Eventually we turn on ...

Manatee Springs State Park

A travel blog entry by paulandginny on Jan 15, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

After another minor truck problem, we arrived at Manatee Springs State Park and were able to get a good walk down to the springs and along the boardwalk. We had a great close up view of a red shouldered hawk, then an armadillo who just about walked into a camper, and at the springs a lot of black vultures. The spring pours a huge amount of clear water daily into the Suwannee River, and maintains a temperature of 72F. ...

The Weather goes on and on.

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Feb 08, 2013

3 comments, 2 photos

... and had lunch, planning to take off on our walk shortly after my post-prandial nap. (Fancy doctor word; sorry.) She visited a bit with Lisa, our daughter, and then we were all set to go.


BUT, and that's a big BUT...the Rains came. And didn't it rain children? For about three hours with thunder to boot. I got so loud in the coach that I couldn't concentrate well enough to enjoy reading. No data service here, so no internet... ...

The Sunshine State, Part Four: The Panhandle

A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Dec 19, 2012

39 photos

... dock, and catching some wildlife along the way, including raccoons, banana spiders, horned lizards, armadillos and huge toads. Kat and Wren went to the pond daily to feed the fish and try to coax a young gator out of hiding - he came pretty close once or twice.

A couple of other nice perks to our stay...we met a retired school teacher who gave Wren some free Science lessons. Also, there was a nice couple camped next to us that lent Kat and ...