The welcoming ambiance of Tallahassee RV Park is magnified by its stately oaks and colorful flower beds, offering an inspiring view when you roll your RV into this picturesque campground.
Full hook-ups to electricity (30/50 amp), sewer, and water are available with free Internet access and Cable TV. Most sites are easy pull-thru with dirt/grass pads under the canopy of native trees for shade. Sign in at the office and you’ll be personally escorted to your campsite, where the cares of life fade away.
The scenic capital of Florida offers RVers an escape to a charming country setting for a stopover or entire season with clean restrooms, showers, and a laundry that's open all hours. The clubhouse kitchen is fully-stocked for functions or group gatherings while the sea-blue pool is fenced with picnic tables and umbrellas for swimming after a game of horseshoes.
If you like the idea of camping out in the woods, this rustic RV Park is the ideal place to commune with nature and the good news is you can bring your dog along for the ride. The park prefers indoor pups come to stay and they should be on a leash when outside of their owner’s vehicles. It is requested that all pet-parents clean up after their woofers and walk them in the areas set aside. There are also breed restrictions. Furry-friends will have the time of their lives sniffing out new scents and exploring the expansive acreage.
The park has around 66 RV sites with no designated areas for tents. Stay a night, week, or longer and settle into a tranquil lifestyle with all the buzz of a thriving city close by. Tallahassee is home to Florida State University and an intrepid museum where kids can interact with live animals and be wowed by the brightly-colored dinosaur sculptures.
Camping is an adventure where hikers and bikers like nothing better than to check out the local trails. The Tallahassee-St Marks Historic Railroad State Trail will not disappoint, with paved roads that wind through a wonderland of trees and structures of a once functioning (pre-civil war) railway. Shops and restaurants are plentiful with a salute to Greek and Colonial architecture featured throughout the city.