Coe Landing is a small, county-maintained park near Tallahassee, Florida on Lake Talquin. With our daughter going to graduate school at Florida State University, we wanted a place to camp nearby where she could join us in the afternoons after she was out of class. Coe Landing RV Park worked out perfectly for us!
For what to do in Tallahassee besides giving your college students lots of TLC read 48 Hours in Tallahassee, Florida.
Coe Landing is only 11 miles away from FSU which made it the perfect getaway for her! It is also a great alternative for cheaper accommodations ($24 a night) during popular FSU home football games and graduations. Reserve early!
The RV park is very small with only 18 sites available (no tent camping). We loved the aspect that it is so small. We were there on four weekdays and pretty much had the place to ourselves!
We were on site #11 (see reservation website) which is right on the water. I highly recommend getting up early to check the morning sunrise over Lake Talquin. The colors each morning were quite spectacular!
Check-in is very easy. You just find your reserved spot and post your printed receipt on the campsite post. Each site has water and electricity (30 amps). There isn’t sewer at each site, but there is a dump station close by. The campsite numbering system is a little screwy and maneuvering around corners is tight, but doable. There is wifi, but it is super weak.
The bathhouse has seen its better days and some of the sites are in need of maintenance, but in our opinion, the location and quiet atmosphere more than made up for the neglected areas. A dock and boat ramp are also on-site. We’d definitely stay here again.
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LaurenFebruary 22, 2018 7:24 pm
I can’t wait to go camping with you again!