rain on the Suwannee river
Posted by: old_user on Feb-11-11 2:38 PM (EST)
I've not been paddling on the Suwannee River before, but am planning a 4 day trip end of March or sometime in the first 2 weeks of April. I was told there are lots of heavy rains in early Spring. Spring begins Mar. 20. I'd like to hear from those who have paddled during early Spring ... need to know if what I was told is in fact the true scenario. Also, what does early Spring mean ... from 3/20 to what??? Any info would be of great help since I don't wish to chance getting stuck in heavy storms. Thanks much.
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Posted by: old_user on Feb-11-11 2:40 PM (EST)
Posted by: kayakchuck on Feb-16-11 5:35 PM (EST)
I have a place outside of High Springs and the Suwannee is a good distance from there. The Santa Fe is in High Springs and a nicer paddle in my opinion.
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Posted by: Kayak_Ken on Feb-12-11 1:12 PM (EST)
Here is the Florida page. Scroll down to the SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN and pick the nearest place to where you want to paddle.
Posted by: bacshortly on Mar-22-11 12:54 PM (EST)
this weekend (3/28) to paddle the Suwannee - backshortly.com - water level at 51+ feet White Springs (borderline) - just saw your message, email if interested in joining up -