Campgrounds in Quincy, Florida

Campgrounds in Quincy, Florida
Quincy is west of Tallahassee as you pass into the Florida Panhandle. The city's location provides opportunities to make day trips into Georgia, Alabama or to the beaches of Florida. The campgrounds serving the area are in close proximity to a variety of outdoor activities, including cave exploration and river trips.

Ingram's Marina

Ingram's Marina has RV and tent camping sites on Lake Talquin, an 8,800-acre reservoir. Ingram's is a full-service marina with gas, oil, ice and groceries. A guide service is offered and a boat ramp, dock and boat stalls are available for guest use. Lake Talquin State Park, 6 miles south of town, has hiking through rolling hills and ravines, and opportunities to spot wildlife ranging from eagles to deer. Ingram's is pet-friendly.

Ingram's Marina
354 Lois Lane
Quincy, FL 32351
(850) 627-2241
ingramsmarina.com

Beaver Lake Campground

Beaver Lake Campground has 30 sites that can handle RVs up to 50 feet. A laundry facility, restrooms and showers are provided and the camp is a short drive from shopping and local dining. Beaver Lake is a Passport America participating campground, offering discounted stays. Bear Creek State Park, with hiking and fishing, is 9 miles south of Quincy. Beaver Lake has pull-thru sites with 50-amp electric. Pets are allowed, but they must be on a leash.

Beaver Lake Campground
133 Kneeology Way
Quincy, FL 32351
(850) 856-9095
passport-america.com/Campgrounds/CampgroundDetails.aspx?CampgroundId=1509

Chattahoochee / Tallahassee West KOA

The KOA is 14.5 miles west of Quincy. The campground includes RV and tent sites with free wireless Internet. There are pull-thru sites that can accommodate RVs up to 75 feet. The park offers a book exchange at the camp store, where travelers can buy LP gas and firewood. A pizza shop is also on-site. The grounds have a pool, basketball court, horseshoe pit and hiking trails. Chipola River canoe trips are available near the park and at Florida Caverns State Park. At Florida Caverns, travelers can explore dry caves. Two nature trails are available for hikers and the Upper Chipola Recreational Trail system offers multiuse trails for bikes and hikers. Visitors can swim at Blue Hole Spring.

Chattahoochee / Tallahassee West KOA
2309 Flat Creek Road
Chattahoochee, FL 32324
(850) 442-6657
koa.com/where/fl/09323

Article Written By Alice Moon

Alice Moon is a freelance writer with more than 10 years of experience. She was chosen as a Smithsonian Institute intern, working for the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., and has traveled throughout Asia. Moon holds a Bachelor of Science in political science from Ball State University.

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