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What's around Tallahassee, FL

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Phipps Park Tallahassee Florida
Leon Sinks Geological Area Tallahassee Florida
Fern Trail Tallahassee Florida
Torreya Challenge Bristol Florida
Torreya Trail Bristol Florida
Westgate Park Trail Dothan Alabama
Florida Caverns Campground: Red and Blue Loop Trail Marianna Florida
Garden of Eden Trail Bristol Florida
Lafayette Heritage Trail Tallahassee Florida
The Florida Trail Segment 36: Scott Road Trailhead to FL 20 Trailhead Fountain Florida

Nearby Campgrounds

Coe Landing

campground Tallahassee, FL
Located on Lake Talquin and off highway 20 you'll have convenience and beauty. Shaded, gravel sites right by the water you can park your boat on the docks or kayak on the lake, this is also a great place for bass fishing. Electric and water hookups will keep your RV rental lit at night and your family well hydrated.

Big Oak RV Park

campground Tallahassee, FL
The park is easy to find and located close to the best sporting venues, entertainment and dining experiences. Plus you can rest under the shade of giant Oak trees. Stay in style in your RV rental.

Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens

attraction Tallahassee, FL
This 1,176-acre park is also a botanical garden, an important historical site and a venue for community events such as Scarecrows and Jazz or Kid's Fishing Day. In Lake Hall you can swim, fish, canoe and kayak. By the lake there are a variety of choice places for a picnic. For those looking to meander into the woods you can choose between two trails.

Tallahassee RV Park

campground Tallahassee, FL
Whether you are in the area for business or a relaxing vacation with friends and family, take your RV down to Tallahassee RV Park and enjoy the peace and quiet of a luxury RV park that is located in the capital city. You will be greeting by cascading trees, lush shrubbery, and a colorful oasis of flowering plants when you arrive. This is the perfect place to relax and unwind while you are visiting Tallahassee, Florida. Tallahassee RV Park has a wonderful group of staff members who will make you feel welcome and comfortable the entire time you are there. They offer paved RV stalls and full service hook ups. There is a laundry and shower facility as well as a recreation room where you can watch some cable TV or work on your computer. This park is conveniently located near all of the shops, restaurants, and businesses in the city.

St. Mark's National Wildlife Refuge

attraction Tallahassee, FL
Don't miss the annual monarch butterfly festival in October, the park is located on a migratory route that leads thousands of butterflies to Mexico. Besides watching these creatures take flight, you can also take the Great Florida Birding Trail and watch a variety of birds and eagles, the park serves as a gateway site for this important trail. The park is also home to many wild animals such as bears, alligators, otters, and bobcats. The lighthouse which is the second oldest in Florida state offers spectacular views of the ocean and surrounding areas.

Mission San Luis

attraction Tallahassee, FL
A living museum which shows how the Spanish and the Apalachee Indians used to live you will be transported to the 1700s. You can experience how people used to work, cook, play and worship. You can walk into reconstructed forts, houses and tippis. In fact the museum has the largest historical-period Indian building found in the Southeast. This is also an excavation site, where you can see and learn about 300-year-old artifacts.

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Recommendations for Tallahassee, FL from Outdoorsy Owners

Great place to watch a college football game at Florida State University.

Dec 12, 2017