Very nice staff. Quiet. Beautiful oak trees. Overpriced. WiFi did not work at all. Two bathrooms for this park is unacceptable. They were not clean. We had to wait in line. It was about 30° and the bathroom window does not close. Too cold to shower. - GandolphJames
This is an older park about 5 miles off the highway. Good sized sites, gravel with concrete patios and picnic tables. Many of the travel trailers appear to be permanent. They are OK; not great, but not awful. The restrooms are self contained-toilet, sink and shower all in one room, and only one per gender. There are a lot of cable channels but the WIFI is weak at the sites. The park is OK for an overnight but we wouldn't suggest staying longer. It is overpriced at $40/night. - JJ1951
This was just an overnight stay for us, but the campground was easy to find and easy to navigate. Office was helpful and friendly. Park has many trees, but no problem to drive through. We did not unhook and used a pull-through. We liked this park and would stay there again. - Hoxiesgirl
Nice gravel layout sites on Lake Talquin with very good wifi, boat ramp. Very quiet location with great star viewing. Host was very helpful. Would have kayaked except for low temps. - RV Having Fun
This is a small municipal park right on a really large lake (boat ramp next to campground) with excellent bass fishing. All of the sites were paved and several were right along the lake. Many had excellent shade. Campground Wi-Fi worked well. We were the only occupants in the campground in mid-April. We would stay here again. - AirstreamSJ
This very compact park is located a few miles west of Tallahassee, on the south side of Lake Talquin. It's operated by Leon County. During our stay, shortly after an ice storm shut down the entire Florida panhandle, we were the only ones at the park. The restrooms were old but clean and serviceable. The park is adjacent to a boat landing which is popular with anglers. The rate shown includes all taxes. Our site was beautiful, a pull-through right on Lake Talquin. The reservation process is informal, done via email with an email response from the attendant. Our Verizon card and phone worked well at this site, along with numerous over-the-air TV stations. We were interested in biking and bird watching while at this park and were not disappointed. The trailhead for the 15 mile Tallahassee-St. Marks State Trail is about 10 miles from the campground, and the national wildlife refuge at St. Marks was about 25 miles away; both activities were great experiences. There is a Costco in Tallahassee for those who are members. We'd stay here again when in the area. - Jay Rutherford
2 bathrooms, only one working; dirty and old. No place to hang anything. Many people "living" there with no mufflers on their vehicles. Interior roads paved, sites are level, utilities all together in the rear, inconvenient to hook up side water and sewer. - Quilta
Older, run-down park. I stepped in dog-poop first thing upon arrival (bag sign). Park is next to low-end used car lot. At first I thought it was a junk yard. Long-term residents with old RVs and lots of junk outside. Not in a good part of town, either. A trip to nearby WalMart was scary. Staff was friendly, and our grassy site was level. However, I would not stay here again. - FranM
Close to I-10. Could be a great campground but for now it is pretty much run down with a lot of very old RVs. Sites were level but any rig with tow longer than 50' wili get their merit badge for close maneuvering. Next time I think we will try another place. Maybe some day new owners will acquire this place and bring it up to date. It really does have a good location in respect to I-10. - j&k
Long site in the back row, park was clean and tidy staff great, site level. Breakfast included and nibbles every afternoon / evening. We would not hesitate to return if we are in the area again. Highway noise was not an issue regardless of its proximity. - Peter McK
This is a very average KOA, just east of Tallahassee. It is mostly a large sandy field with hook-ups. The roads are sand/dirt and not smooth. The sites are not completely level but close enough. Hook-ups all worked fine. People in office very nice and efficient. The place has no charm but is OK for an overnight. If you are bothered by road noise, don't stay here - it is right on I-10 and you will hear 18-wheelers all night. - virginianola
This is a large park that could be wonderful. But, it is just a mess. Lots of long time residents in run down RVs parked everywhere. Junk and trash sitting around. Sandy sites are long and not level. No Cable. No wi-fi at sites. Many cabins available. Also a small lake that was a disgusting green.
At night it is so dark that walking the dog is a dangerous adventure. If the owners would just take the time and money to spend here it could really be a top park. - travelswithpuppies
Nice, clean, attractive park just as you get into Tallahassee from the east. Easy pull-throughs...nice and long. We have 61 feet for ours. Friendly, helpful, welcoming staff and an easy off and on I-10. The Wi-Fi is about the best we've found...and free.
We'd recommend this place. - Lastrick
We stayed overnight on our way to Disney World. What a great find !! The black top roads were great for the kids to ride their scooters and the sites were long enough for us not to have to disconnect our toad. Yes.. gravel sites but very level and perfect for an overnight or to spend several days. The Laundromat on site was immaculate too. We will stay again on our way back to Disney in December. - camping tigers
We stay here as a passing-through point as we leave FL and trek west. The location is great. Not far from I-10 and just off TN-90. Easy to get into Tallahassee. We stay in the sites numbered in the 40s. Stayed in site 41 this time. Sites are fine gravel, LONG, about 20 feet wide. They have a nice (open) dog park here too. If you NEED satellite from your roof, ask for a site up front at the entrance. We've stayed further into the campground in sites 41 through 44 and have gotten rooftop satellite to work looking through the trees - but it's not guaranteed.
We'd stay here again. - jbeletti