Enjoy the Suwannee River where it meets the Gulf of Mexico. This area is an
estuarial spawning ground for shrimp, fish and crabs which results in it being a fishing and a birding paradise. Redfish, trout, sheepshead and drum are abundant along the coastline and grouper, cobia, and other larger fish are available in the Gulf.
Migratory birds are always on the move in this western Florida flyway.
The spring water fed Suwannee River commences at the Okefenokee Swamp in south Georgia and flows 160 miles to the Gulf of Mexico.