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Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Suwannee River Hideaway Campground

Suwannee River Hideaway Campground is a beautiful 116 acre nature-based campground. We are located on the historic Suwannee River in Old Town, Florida just 12 miles North of Chiefland, 3 miles South of 19/98 in Old Town.   We are known for our 1500 ft. boardwalk to the river. We are in a great location for fishing, bird watching, hiking, biking, and boating. ​We are off of the highway so you do not see or hear the passing traffic and all you will hear at night are the owls as you sit by your campfire.   ​We welcome you to bring your family and enjoy nature at it's best! 

$26.00 - $38.00
Drive In
Walk In
Hike In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Suwannee River Hideaway Campground is located in Florida
29.5611 N
-82.9678 W
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3 Reviews of Suwannee River Hideaway Campground
Quiet, good location

This was a nice place to stay for a couple of nights. I had site E9, which had some shade and there weren’t many other campers nearby. The people working there are super nice and helpful. There’s a beautiful boardwalk to the river and then a path along the river. It’s a convenient location near the state park springs. Mostly quiet except for landscaping/produce trucks rolling in late at night. Restrooms and laundry could use some updating if you need to use them. Poor Verizon cell service but there are WiFi hotspots on premises. I’d stay again.


Never again ,

First to Review
Has possibility, needs work

The management and staff were very nice, and they are making improvements to the campground. Definately a hideaway….nice boardwalk to the river. Good luck finding a level site. The sewer was higher than the outlet on our camper, so it ran uphill. Our site was mostly sand and no shade. The bathhouse was nice, but way in the back of the campground, with no pathway to it. We had to either walk between other campers or walk all the way around the campground to use the bathhouse. The fire bowl was too deep to be able to enjoy a fire, and it was closer to the next site than our own. The neighbor's fire bowl was too close to their RV so they couldn'teven use it.