The St. Mary's River begins in the peat bogs of the
Okefenokee Swamp in Georgia. It provides a continuous water
and land corridor that extends 125 to 130 miles from the
Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, Osceola National
Forest, and Pinhook Swamp area, through the Ralph E. Simmons
Memorial State Forest and large private tracts and
preserves, to the Cumberland Island National Seashore, Fort
Clinch State Aquatic Preserve, and Atlantic Ocean.
Data retrieval site for surface water quality.
Protecting Our Waters - An over view of Florida's
Please check back at a later time for more information
on the Nassau and St. Mary's Basins.