Coe Landing Campground is one of the smallest campgrounds in the Tallahassee area, and it is on the banks of the Ochlockonee River. This river feeds into Lake Tanquin, which makes Coe Landing Campground an ideal place to enjoy some fishing or boating. Even though this campground is quite remote, it is only 15 minutes away from downtown Tallahassee.
Since the weather in Tallahassee stays nice all throughout the year, staying at Coe Landing Campground is a reasonable proposition no matter which month you choose to visit this rustic campground. Even though Coe Landing Campground doesn’t offer full hookups, it does offer electrical connections, and there is a dump station on-site. If you need to stock up on amenities during your stay, you can head east to Tallahassee or west to Fort Braden, which is home to Lake Talquin State Park.
“Quiet park on a lake. Small, 20 sites. Lots of trees. Narrow road but our 30 foot A did fine. Various sizes all gravel except ADA which is concrete. Water and electric, no sewer but nice dump site.” – Harry, Google Review