Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Campground

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3076 95th Drive, Live Oak, FL, 32060

Located on 3076 95th Drive in Live Oak, FL lies the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park and Campground. This pet friendly campground includes water, sewer, electricity. You can also enjoy activities such as Biking, golf, wildlife viewing, and horseback riding during your stay. This site is open all year.

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
RV Sites 50 Amp Full Hook-up $45.00 $270.00
RV Sites 50 Amp Water and Elecrtric $40.00 $240.00
RV Sites Full Hook-ups $35.00 $210.00
Cabin Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Cabin 1 Bedroom $100.00
Cabin 2 Bedroom $130.00
Duplex Cabin $85.00
Spirit Treehouse $165.00
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Primitive $25.00 $270.00

General Policies

1. ADMISSION TO SPIRIT OF THE SUWANNEE MUSIC PARK. Almost everyone is welcome at the Park. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, physical disability or creed. All guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. We retain the right to refuse services to any person who displays intoxication, profanity, lewdness, brawling, whose conduct disturbs the peace or comfort of others, who damages property, who engages in illegal or disorderly conduct, whose conduct is a nuisance, or who violates any of these rules. All visitors must check in with the Park Office or Gate Attendant upon first arrival, and must pay any required admission fee (additional fees apply for overnight stay, activities, services and events). You may be required to display a vehicle pass or sticker on your vehicle at all times while on the premises. If you require a special accommodation for your visit due to a disability, please advise the Park Office or Gate Attendant when you enter the Park. 2. GETTING AROUND AND PARKING. “River Road” is the Park’s main street. It is one of the few paved roads in the Park and runs from the entrance off Highway 129 to the parking area for the white sandy beach on the Suwannee River. In addition to a few internal roads, the Park contains miles and miles of beautiful hiking paths and horse trails. A map of the Park is available in the Park Office, and is posted nearby. Typically, festival brochures include a map of Park features and venues. The two most important travel rules are: *ALWAYS yield to pedestrians – they have the right of way! *Secondly, slow down and stay alert! The maximum speed for any vehicle (golf cart, bicycle, horse or other means) is ten (10) miles per hour. If children or crowds are present, slow down or stop to avoid them as needed. There are designated areas for parking cars, trucks, golf carts and RV’s; do not park outside of designated areas or your vehicle will be towed at your expense and inconvenience. Please do not park any vehicle, including a golf cart, on someone else’s space. When in doubt, please don’t risk it. Do not park in a designated handicap accessible space unless you have the proper license plate or other State-issued insignia; your vehicle will be towed at your expense. Be aware that Driving Under the Influence or “DUI” is not tolerated in the Park. You may be arrested by law enforcement officials and taken to jail if you are observed to be DUI in the Park, regardless of the vehicle, golf cart, bicycle, or automobile you may be driving. All motor vehicles must be properly licensed and insured and all motor vehicle operators must be over 16, properly licensed and insured. You must display a Park-issued vehicle pass at all times. We will refuse entry to motor vehicles that are loud, stinky, or that have safety issues in our sole discretion. All-terrain vehicles (ATV’s), off-road utility vehicles (ORV’s), recreational utility vehicles (RUV’s), dirt or motocross bikes, go-carts, and dune buggies are not allowed in the park. Golf carts are a popular and convenient way to get around. Rentals are available at the Country Store. If you wish to bring your own, a trail fee must be paid upon arrival at the Park. We allow gas/electric factory models that do not exceed 14HP: E-Z Go (295 and 350 cc); Club (290 and 350 cc); and Yamaha (357 cc). Also, golf carts can’t exceed 8 inches maximum lift, a 23 x 11 x 12 maximum tire size and meet factory muffler specifications. You must check in your golf cart upon arrival at the Park, present proof of registration and insurance, have your golf cart inspected, fill out a form, pay a trail use fee, and obtain a sticker to be displayed while at the Park. Golf cart drivers must be licensed and over age 16. The driver and passengers must be seated at all times during operation. Be aware that headlights and taillights must be used from before dusk till after dawn. Golf carts must stay on designated roads and trails and be parked at your campsite by Midnight. During special events golf carts should be parked at your campsite no later than one-hour after the concert ends for the night. Trail fees during special events are non-refundable. Bicycles are available for rent from the Country Store. All bicycles operated from between dusk and dawn must burn front and taillights. Children under the age of 16 must wear a helmet as required by Section 316.2065, Fla. Stat. If you ride a bicycle on designated trails, please respect the environment and be kind to pedestrians, persons on horseback, animals, and other cyclists. Horses are usually welcome in the Park’s horse camping area and on marked horse trail areas, except during some special events. Horse owners must check in and present proof of a negative Coggins test, along with other required health certifications. Horses are not allowed on roadways, camping areas, or anywhere outside of the horse camping area and marked horse trails. No riding at night. A horse that kicks must be identified by a RED ribbon tied on its tail. No “tie outs” are allowed. See office for details. Horses are not allowed in the Park during special events. During some special events, free shuttle service may be provided and we assume no risk for your use of such shuttles. 3. ENJOYING THE PARK’S NATURAL SETTING. We strive to keep the Park a clean, safe place for kids of all ages to enjoy! Please respect the environment, and do not harm plants or animals. Please do not litter. Place cigarette butts in ashtrays. No fireworks of any kind are allowed. Guns, Tasers, and all weapons are strictly prohibited on Park property, and that includes weapons carried in motor vehicles. Properly authorized law enforcement and security personnel may carry weapons as authorized by law, when on duty. Please respect fellow campers by not passing through their campsites. Picnic tables are provided by the Park at some spaces; please keep them clean and free of clutter when not in active use. The Park maintains a quiet time of 11 P.M. During some festivals, jam sessions and drum circles may last until the wee hours with due consideration of those camping nearby. If weather and other prevailing conditions are acceptable to the Park, properly contained campfires are permitted in enclosed fire rings or in small dirt fire pits. No bonfires or large fire pits allowed. Do not collect, or cut, trees or shrubs. Do not burn treated wood, plastic, garbage or trash. Fires must be supervised at all times and carefully put out before leaving unattended. Do not use gasoline, kerosene or other accelerants to start fires. Firewood and fire starters are available at the Country Store. All of the airspace above the Park is restricted and no person is authorized to operate any type of aircraft, drone, radio-controlled airplane or helicopter, kite, Chinese lantern, luminary, sky lantern, fire balloon, Kongming lantern, hot air balloon, or other flying object, except that Frisbees, footballs, and other similar toys may be used when they do not present a danger or nuisance to other guests. Some pets (dogs and cats only) may be allowed. Upon check-in, proof of current rabies vaccination is required for all pets. All pets must wear an ID tag with the owner’s name. Pets should never be left alone. Pets may be walked, but must be kept under control on a leash no longer than six (6) feet. You must pick up your pet’s droppings and dispose of them properly. Excessive barking or aggressive conduct will require you to immediately remove the animal from the Park. Pets are not allowed during special events and festivals. Service animals are allowed in public areas of the Park whenever the Park is open to the public; however, all service dogs must be either leased or under the owner’s control at all times, and must display proof of a current rabies vaccination. The Canoe Outpost, which is not owned by Cornett’s Spirit of the Suwannee, Inc., offers rental canoes, kayaks, personal floatation devices and more. They can offer guided trips or outfit your River trek. All persons using the services of the Canoe Outpost are advised that all activities are at their own risk and that travel on, or swimming in, the Suwannee River is dangerous and unpredictable. To that end, all Canoe Outpost patrons must complete and sign the disclaimer form. The boat ramp is available for a fee; however, no airboats, jet boats, or personal watercraft may be launched. All water sports are at your own risk. At the north end of River Road is a beautiful white sandy beach. The Suwannee River is dangerous and unpredictable. Floating logs and debris are common. Swimming is not recommended. No lifeguard is on duty. If you do swim, it is at your own risk. Do not remove towels from cabins and take them to the river or pool. Next to the Spirit Café, there is a small pool. No lifeguard is on duty. You may swim at your own risk. Children must be accompanied at all times by an adult. No diving or roughhousing. You must shower before entering the pool. Be sure to enjoy our Disc Golf course. Check with the Country Store for details. Discs are available for sale in the Country Store. If you find a lost disc, please turn it into the Park Office. Please use alcohol and medication responsibly and lawfully. Underage drinking and use of illegal drugs is strictly prohibited. During musical performances, please be advised that you may be exposed to loud sounds, and please take whatever action you deem necessary to protect your hearing. The use of high-quality ear protection is strongly recommended for infants and small children. The posting or distribution of literature; or the sale, distribution or solicitation of any product or service is only allowed with advance written approval of Park management. Sale or distribution of products or services by vendors during special events is only allowed by approved written contract. Urgent messages may be available in the Park Office. In case of emergency, call 911 immediately. Report any problem by stopping by the Park Office or by calling the office at (386) 364-1683. If you are injured while in the Park, you must promptly report such injury to the office in person or by phone. If you lose something, please check at the Park Office. If your personal property has identification with your address and contact information, we will try to contact you to have you claim it. Any such property unclaimed after 90 days will become property of the Park. 4. CAMPING AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLES. Over 600 RV spaces are provided in the Park, in addition to tent camping. Many RV sites have water and electrical service. Check out time is Noon. The maximum number of campers on any space is six persons, including children. All non-member reservations must be paid in advance at the time of the reservation. Although each reservation contains a site number, this does not guarantee use of any specific site within the Park. Actual sites will be assigned upon arrival, and site selection is subject to Park discretion. Except during special events, we apply a cancellation and refund policy for paid, advance camping reservations. If cancelled more than 14 days prior to the first night’s stay, you will be entitled to a full refund less a $20.00 cancellation fee. If you cancel between 14 and 3 days prior to the first night’s stay, you will be entitled to a 50% refund. Failure to cancel at least 3 days prior to the first night’s stay will result in no refund. During special events, improved camping fees, trail fees and campsite fees are non-refundable. Only one RV may be parked per campsite, along with one tent. The Park reserves the right to limit the number of persons camping on any campsite. All vehicles must be parked on the campsite, and not on roads or other campsites. Water is not to be used for washing RV’s, cars or boats. Campsites must be kept clean, and trash and refuse regularly placed in trash containers. Please do not leave food out where the critters can get it. All RV’s that connect to the sewage system must use a “donut” to seal the sewer hose to the sewage system line. All sewer connections must be kept tightly capped when not in use. Paid RV campers may use the dump station. The dump station wash down water is not safe for drinking. Any spills of sewage must be reported immediately to the Park Office or staff. Do not remove the backflow prevention devices from the potable water lines. Do not alter, even temporarily, any RV site electrical connections. Several bathhouses are provided for campers. We need your help to maintain these facilities in a clean, sanitary condition. If a bathhouse is dirty or lacks required soap, toilet tissue and paper towels, please notify the Park Office or staff immediately. 5. CABIN AND FACILITY RENTALS. The park has a variety of cabins (park models), pavilions, and buildings available for rental. The prices vary by type, season and whether or not a special event is scheduled. Check out time is 11:00 A.M. A key deposit is required, which will be refunded at checkout. Smoking is absolutely prohibited in all cabins and other Park structures; there is a $100 cleaning fee if someone has smoked in your cabin during the rental. Do not remove towels from cabins for outdoor use. All non-member reservations must be paid in advance at the time of the reservation. Although each reservation contains a site number, this does not guarantee use of any specific site within the Park. Actual sites will be assigned upon arrival, and site selection is subject to Park discretion. Except during special events, we apply a cancellation and refund policy for paid, advance camping reservations. If cancelled more than 14 days prior to the first night’s stay, you will be entitled to a full refund less a $20.00 cancellation fee. If you cancel between 14 and 3 days prior to the first night’s stay, you will be entitled to a 50% refund. Failure to cancel at least 3 days prior to the first night’s stay will result in no refund. Most cabins do not allow pets: violation of this prohibition will result in an additional $100.00 cleaning fee plus $25.00 per day payable when pet is observed in cabin. During special events, all cabin and facility fees are non-refundable.

Pet Restrictions

1. Pets are to be on a leash when not in camper or in the pet friendly cabins 2. Pets are to be cleaned up after at all times 3. When staying in pet friendly cabins there is an additional pet fee of $25 a day per pet 4. If the pet causes any damage while staying in a pet friendly cabin there will be a minimum of $100.00 damage fee applied to the customer’s credit card to cover clean-up and/or damage 5. If a pet is found in a non-pet designated cabin, the owner will be automatically charged $100.00 fine even if no apparent damage has been done. (Costs for additional furniture cleaning and flea issues.)

Water Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Pet Friendly

50 Amps

30 Amps



Horseback Riding

Wildlife Viewing

3076 95th Drive, Live Oak, FL, 32060
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Overall Rating: 4.0

Karen Hunt

I had high hopes for our one night stay at this place, as I had read alot about it. It was just ok for a one night stopover. It was a large park and shaded, but as alot of the reviews said, it is noisy due to the large number of gas powered carts that are constantly driving around. Also another very annoying negative was the cable service. Completely snowy to the point that it was hard to watch. Other than that our stay was non-eventful and ok for a quick overnight. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group

Alexandria Newton

This is the campsite to visit! My family had a blast here! The name alone really resonated with us and once we got there it made everything that much better! I have never dreamed anything more beautiful than this campground. There was also so many things we were able to do that we just kept many memories and tradition the more the day grew on. I know my family and I will definitely be stopping here again as it was pure bliss. Also we weren’t out of too much money as everything was affordable and everything that was surrounding the campground was just as affordable so it didn’t hurt us to go out to eat nearby. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group