Most People Don’t Know The Story Behind Florida’s Abandoned Bridge To Nowhere

Florida has a lot of interesting abandoned places that are worth exploring, or at the very least learning about if you can’t actually get onto the property. It’s not all beaches, alligators, and funny headlines coming out of this state. But what’s been dubbed the “Bridge to Nowhere” is truly something special. The Suwannee Springs Bridge in Live Oak, Florida is tucked away in the forest, off of a quiet street, over the beautiful Suwannee River. If you weren’t in the know, you would never have a sense that it was there. The bridge has an extremely unique history. Come see what makes this abandoned bridge to nowhere in Florida such a special hidden gem.

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Address: Suwannee River Bridge, I-, FL-10, Live Oak, FL 32060, USA
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Abandoned Places In Florida

January 26, 2023

What are other cool, abandoned spots in Florida?

Florida is bursting with forgotten history. Check out these sites after the Bridge to Nowhere.

  • O’Zone Pizza Pub
  • Bongoland Ruins
  • White Sulfur Spring Ruins
  • Annie Lytle Elementary School
  • Ruins of the Hampton Springs Hotel
  • Discovery Island

 

Does Florida have other interesting bridges?

These bridges all around Florida are fascinating and unique.

  • Bridge of Lions
  • Acosta Bridge
  • Sunshine State Skyway
  • Seven Mile Bridge
  • MacArthur Causeway
  • Buckman Bridge

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Address: Suwannee River Bridge, I-, FL-10, Live Oak, FL 32060, USA