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Big Oak RV Park

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4024 N. Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32303

Phone: 850-562-4660
Fax: 850-562-1826



Whether you are traveling on business or for pleasure, Big Oak RV Park wants to consistently offer the standards you have grown accustomed to…so no matter where you are from, you will feel right at home!

Making your stay a complete success is our goal.
Nestled under massive oak trees and in a park like setting we can accommodate the largest rigs and are just minutes from FSU, FAMU, a major shopping mall, theater, dog racing,many fine restaurants and convenient to I-10. We are the place to be for major sporting events.

Whether you need a site for a day, a week, a month or a year, our friendly staff will be happy to help you during your stay. We have free cable TV, clean restrooms and laundry, and are modem friendly. We love groups, rallies and caravans, and well behaved pets too

theater, dog racing,many fine restaurants and convenient to I-10. We are the place to be for major sporting events.

Whether you need a site for a day, a week, a month or a year, our friendly staff will be happy to help you during your stay. We have free cable TV, clean restrooms and laundry, and are modem friendly. We love groups, rallies and caravans, and well behaved pets too.

Directions:
I-10 to US 27 (Exit 199*), go North 2 1/2 miles.

Amenities:
Free Cable TV.
Full Hookups
Private Hot Showers and Restrooms
Laundry Facilities
Public Phones
Phone or Modem Hookup In Our Office Computer Area
Park Post Office (Mailing and Receiving)
Pull-Thru's

20, 30, 50 Amp Electric Power
Water
Sewer

Pets Are Welcome (on leash)
Please Clean Up After Your Pet

We are fully equipped to handle big rigs, clubs and caravans.

Rates and Schedule:
Please call 850-562-4660 for our up to date rate schedule.

CAMPERS COMMENTS:
'This park has s great staff who where vere nice.  Lots where clean. Had a pull through.  Lots of trees.  Shade was great on the hot afternoon.  Would stay here again.'
by: 'C GAil Bailey'

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