Business and Commerce


  • Suwannee River Yoga
    16548 Spring St

Suwannee River Yoga began in January of 2006. The first class was taught on a Tuesday at 5:45pm and this class continues to the present. Another morning class at 8:00am was added several months later. Both of these classes are taught by Dorothy Price, a resident of White Springs. She completed her yoga teacher training with Deva Parnell at Discovery Yoga in St. Augustine November 2002. Guest teachers are hosted from time to time. The first workshop held at Suwannee River Yoga in May of 2006 was Yoga and Bellydancing. Some of the other past workshops include: Yoga & Core with Johnny Dame, Yoga for the Back with Ann Gill, New Beginnings with Khrys Kantarze. Drumming Mediation with with Buddy Helm and Ashtanga Yoga Basics with Laura Thompson. Visit the Facebook/Web site at .(link opens in new window)for current and upcoming events.(link opens in new window)

  • Providence Artworks, Inc. .(link opens in new window)
    16133 103rd Terrace
    White Springs, Florida 32096

    Design and create one-of-a-kind jewelry and hand-painted furnishings. ” This is not my job, this is my passion and every piece reflects that passion. Each and every work is thoughtfully and meticulously crafted with integrity. I am a self-taught artist and quite often I innovate and engineer by my own unique method to accomplish the look I envision. Emphasis is placed on utilizing conflict free gemstones, renewable resources in an environmentally conscious workspace and producing one-of-a-kind and limited production pieces. Furnishings are hand painted with child and pet friendly paint and several layers of acrylic sealer in a non-smoking workspace. Jewelry is hand formed, fired, drilled, hammered and assembled by me. Premium quality artisan components are lovingly selected and incorporated into the jewelry designs. I love every creation and usually have a tough time letting them go!”


  • S&S Convenience/Shell
    Hwy U.S. 41 S.
  • S&S Convenience/BP
    Hwy U.S. 41 N
  • Munchies Food Store
    Hwy U.S. 41 N
  • Dollar General Store
    Hwy U.S. 41 S.
  • Suwannee Hardware & Feed
    10572 Bridge Street (New location)

Owners Don and Ann Wilson invite you to come on down to “An Old Fashioned Country Store.” Among the endless products for sale are feed, seed, hardware, lumber, mulch, paint, garden supplies and livestock supplies, as well as plumbing and pet supplies. Supplies also available for hunters and fishermen.

  • Bud’s Suds
    16714 Springs Street

“Clean” Coin Operated Laundromat. In addition to the regular top loading washing machines we have several large front loading machines that can clean large bedspreads & throw rugs. In the rear we have a car vacuum for your convenience.

  • White Springs Self Storage
    12467 SE US Highway 41

We provide affordable, securely gated storage space with 24-hour access. Enjoy great rates beginning at $30 per month and to assure your satisfaction we will meet or beat our competitor’s prices. Use any major credit card, bank draft, or debit. Store household goods, holiday decorations, business supplies, RV’s, vehicles, commercial equipment, & more. Sizes available are 5’X10′ to 10’X30′. Office hours by appointment, 7 days a week.

  • White Springs Hair Design & Linda’s Nook & More
    Linda Atkinson – stylist/owner
    Avis Bratcher – stylist 386-984-8771

Haircuts, perms, color, highlights, foils, waxing, manicures & pedicures.Handcrafted jewelry, purses, tote bags, candles, etc.Tuesday – Friday 9:00 – 5:30 p.m.Saturday 9:00 – 1:00 p.m.

  • E&H Tires
    16804 Spring Street
    (386) 397-3333
  • Harrell’s Family Traditions Restaurant
    16874 Spring Street
    (386) 397-4261
  • T’s Salon
    Owner: Tedrick Moore
    12038 Third Street
    (386) 397-1963
  • Fat Belly’s Grill & Bar
    16750 Spring Street
    (386) 397-2040
    Menu includes: Wings, Fish, Shrimp, BBQ, Salads, Tea, Fountain Drinks and Beer


  • Banks of the Suwannee Check Cashing and More


  • Lacefield Farms
    Sustainability — The ability to meet the needs of the present while living within the carrying capacity of supporting ecosystems and without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. opens in new window)