Suwannee Marina, Inc. is a family owned business. The owners and operators, Craig
& Karin Holcomb are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service &
Suwannee Marina, Inc. is a full service marina located on Canal Street in Suwannee,
Florida. We offer dry boat storage, covered and open boat slips, a boat ramp,
fuel, bait and tackle, marine parts & supplies, and all the food & cold drinks
needed to have an enjoyable fishing, scalloping, or boating experience.
Need some work done on your boat? We also have a marine engine
mechanic on-site, and Vessel Assist is nearby to assist anyone who may encounter
problems while out on the water.
At Suwannee Marina we have everything you need for any enjoyable fishing, scalloping, or
boating experience! Come visit us and experience the hospitality of the
Holcomb family firsthand. You'll be glad you did.
Suwannee Marina, Inc. is at the heart of Florida's Nature Coast which is known
for superb fishing and boating on the beautiful blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico
and pristine waters of the Suwannee River.
In the Gulf of Mexico you can catch specked trout, redfish, spanish mackeral, cobia, or
tarpon inshore, and grouper, kingfish, amberjack, sheephead & a variety of other fish
offshore. Or if you prefer freshwater fishing you can catch bass, bream,
shellcracker, and crappie.
Within a short boat ride of the marina you can see the full range of wildlife common in
the Lower Suwannee River National Wildlife Refugee area. The salt marshes and
tidal flats at the river's mouth are a veritable paradise for shorebirds and fish. Wetland
areas along the river and its tributary streams contain picturesque cypress trees with
their characteristic"knees" that bulge from their trunks at water line; places
where nesting wood ducks, black bear, and alligators thrive. Over 250 bird species have
been recorded on the refuge and 90 species are known to nest there. Ospreys,
swallow-tailed kites, bald eagles, and white ibis, are among the nesters. Herons,
egrets,anhingas, and double-crested cormorants are common year round. Fortunate observers
may even see less common limpkins, wood storks, and Florida scrub jays.
During the winter months you can see Manatees in their natural habitat, and from July 1st
through September 10th you can catch your own scallops if you like.