Suwannee River State Park - Ellaville Topo Map

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This 1,838-acre park contains both the Withlacoochee and Suwannee Rivers within its boundaries. The name Withlacoochee is uncommon enough, but Florida manages to have two rivers with this name. One is farther south between Ocala and Tampa. This Withlacoochee begins in Georgia and ends here in the Suwannee River. This river junction was the site of several settlements, though little evidence of them remains. The town of Columbus once stood here; it is completely obliterated except for a graveyard. A Florida governor once owned a stately mansion here, close to where the two rivers meet; the great house later turned into a decaying ghost house. It could be argued that the park section, the shortest, is also the most scenic, since a considerable stretch at the western end of the Ellaville leg is mostly paved county roads.
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Live Oak, Florida

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