Hamilton County Florida


Jewel of the Suwannee Set amid the lush greenery, winding waterways and native wilderness, North Florida is one of the Sunshine State's little known and most precious treasures. Cut from nature's flawless beauty and set apart by a band of shimmering waters, this sparkling gem reflects the many colorful facets of Florida's rich history and original unspoiled splendor. It is here in crystal-clear waters, under sapphire skies and golden sun, shaded by an emerald canopy of green that visitors discover Hamilton County, Florida - the "Jewel of the Suwannee".

Resting on the Florida-Georgia border, Hamilton County is truly set apart from the rest of the state. Bordered by the Withlacoochee River to the west and the World Famous Suwannee River to the east and south, the county forms a peninsula within a peninsula, uniquely separated from the landmass of Florida. Neatly splitting this river county is the twisting Alapaha River, adding to the vitality and beauty of a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor sports enthusiasts for all ages.

The protected waters of Hamilton County's rivers, crystal clear springs and numerous lakes provide endless opportunities for outdoor activities. Whether camping, hunting, photography or just exploring by foot, bike, horseback, canoe or kayak, you'll find it to be the "Jewel of the Suwannee". While Hamilton County is undeniably a natural treasure, it is equally valuable as one of Florida's historic treasures.

With more than 150 sites and structures on the National Register of Historic Places, Hamilton County is a popular destination for both casual history buffs and the more serious genealogy researchers. The county is landscaped with more than 50 cemeteries, including what is believed to be Florida's oldest. For those who will listen, these weathered tombstones and grave markers just may whisper a tale.

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Jennings, Florida- Jennings GP 'motorcycle only' race track offers 2 miles of twisting asphalt track with 14 turns of excitement. Wild Adventures Theme Park, Blue Springs, Suwannee River and Stephen Foster State Park are all close by.
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WThe premier canoe outfitters on the upper Suwannee River. Offering 213 miles of canoeing and kayaking, including Big Shoals, Florida's only Class III white water rapids. Our knowledgeable staff can help you and your group plan and prepare your trip.

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