Tallahassee East RV Park is close to the Interstate, but have to go several miles from the exit to get to the park although the park is right next to I-10. There is some road noise where they put the short timers, but it wasn’t so loud as to be annoying and traffic died down a lot in the evening.
Check in was easy and pleasant. It’s a Good Sam park, but we aren’t members, so it cost us $48.00. Even with Good Sam, it would have been over $43.00. That’s a bit high but for one night we can handle it. This park is just about halfway from home and my brother in law near De Funiak Springs, so the convenience is worth something.
The roads are dirt and rough in places. The sites are dirt and grass. Ours, D-4 was slightly off level, but our wood pieces fixed that. It had full hookup. The power has on-off switches.
The park is an old one, but it is clean as were the restrooms. I couldn’t get any hot water to wash my hands, and I ran it a good long time.
There are a lot of long timers, but the ones we saw were friendly, with waves and smiles.
There is a laundry with good looking washers and dryers, but the roof leaks over the folding table. How well the washers work is not known. We had some garbage to deposit. The one Dumpster was slap full but it was after the weekend!
There is a nice looking pool, but it was empty for the winter I suppose. There is a nice Rec Room and there is a small store in the office with stuff you might need.
Be careful when you walk. Someone doesn’t pick up after their dog.
At the exit from the interstate there are several gas stations, and some fast food restaurants. We bought gas at the Chevron, and had no trouble maneuvering our 25 foot travel trailer.
Bottom line… A bit expensive for what you get, but we will most likely stop there again. The grounds are easy to drive in and most sites are pull thru. They aren’t far apart, but not right on top of each other either. They are long enough so we didn’t need to unhook. There are many trees but they are not in the way.