BEST WESTERN Suwannee Valley Inn

Address: 1125 North Young Blvd., Chiefland, Florida, 32626, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 1125 North Young Blvd., Chiefland, is near Manatee Springs State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Chiefland

Cedar Key, Florida

A travel blog entry by tsusm70 on Jan 15, 2015

... to find that the problem is solved by finding a dry carpet on the cabinet floor tomorrow Since leaving Hilton Head the weather has been cold, 40-50, with clouds every day. Started to rain today about 1pm and is still raining at midnight. Ready for some sun. We went into Cedar Key for dinner and enjoyed home made clam chowder and oyster po boy. Really good. The town is very old with few amenities. The ...

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. ...

Manatees Rule in This Park!

A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Dec 12, 2013

5 comments, 5 photos

Manatee Springs produces spring water at a constant temperature of 72 degrees throughout the year. The springs flow a short distance into the famous Suwannee River (think Stephen Foster's classic song). In the winter, the manatees swim up from the Suwannee through a fairly narrow stream into the comforting waters of the springs. There are no boats allowed in the stream, including ...

There be manatee in these springs!

A travel blog entry by huppwits on Feb 27, 2013

Justin told us to go see some manatee and some springs. We didn't get that quite right and ended up at Manatee Springs State Park. Lucky us. What a beautiful, quiet, gorgeous campground on the Swanee River. The spring temps are a constant 72 degrees and the manatee pods come off the river to be in the warmer water. So amazing.

Also, the black vultures from the north spend the winter here. Thousands of them. I though there must be a ...

Our first time to see manatee in the wild

A travel blog entry by sandvwander on Feb 18, 2013

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Tobias, one of the young adults we met at Juniper Springs, recommended two must sees: Weeki Wachee and Manatee Springs. We went to Weeki Wachee only to learn that the mermaids only performed at 1:30, which would have really pushed the time limit for driving to Manatee Springs. So, we did the next best thing to actually seeing the mermaids, ...