Big Oak RV Park

(14 Reviews)

4024 N Monroe St., Tallahassee, FL 32303

850-562-4660

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GPS: 30.5083, -84.3379

Big Oak RV Park is located at 4024 N Monroe St., Tallahassee, Florida 32303 with a total of 70 campsites. Before your trip to Big Oak RV Park, check out website at http://www.bigoakrv.com/ or contact them through 850-562-4660 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

30.5083, -84.3379

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 30.5083, -84.3379

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity cable tv wifi
Site Amenities big rig picnic table pull thru
Facilities dump station laundry restrooms
Discount Clubs Good Sam
Pets pets

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Overview of Big Oak RV Park


Last Price Paid: $58

Reported by David H on 04.26.2022

Longest RV Reported: 45 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

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Monthly Rate:

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Number of Sites:

70

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

164 ft / 49 m

Reviews of Big Oak RV Park

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  • Area Guides Avatar David H
    A bit expensive, but okay

    Reviewed 26/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $58

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 34

    We were on our way from Gulf Shores to Tampa and stopped in Tallahassee because we have business there later this year and we wanted to try out the park. The staff was friendly and check in was easy. The huge oak trees with Spanish moss gave the park a great look.However, the park layout is a bit complicated. The main office, lau...moreWe were on our way from Gulf Shores to Tampa and stopped in Tallahassee because we have business there later this year and we wanted to try out the park. The staff was friendly and check in was easy. The huge oak trees with Spanish moss gave the park a great look.However, the park layout is a bit complicated. The main office, laundry, community pavilion, and dumpster separate a mostly long term residential area from the mostly short term customers. The wide asphalt roads were broken up in wide swaths along the edge and it was sometimes hard to tell where the road edge ended. The laundry facility, washers, and driers were very clean and in good repair.It was easy to drive into and out of the park and that was good because the grocery stores and other shopping stores were far enough away to make walking to them impracticable. So, our walks were limited to short excursions around the grounds.We would stay again, but we’ll also try somewhere else as we pass through Tallahassee.

  • Area Guides Avatar Catmandoo
    I would stay here only at a stop off for a night.

    Reviewed 10/2/2022

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    Nightly rate: $58

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 54

    I don't think this is a place to spend more than one night unless you want to check out the Florida Capital historical sites. It's right off a major highway and there are many long term and maybe snow birds getting away from the north. As mentioned in other reviews, there are spectacularly large live oaks and most of the good sites ...moreI don't think this is a place to spend more than one night unless you want to check out the Florida Capital historical sites. It's right off a major highway and there are many long term and maybe snow birds getting away from the north. As mentioned in other reviews, there are spectacularly large live oaks and most of the good sites around the perimeter are probably taken by the long term. One night pull throughs are for convenience only they are the closest sites. pull throughs 53-60 are super tight and close to each other. park and sleep. $58.00 is a bit high for this, so I would only stop here again when the state parks are all full.

  • Area Guides Avatar Catmandoo
    I would stay here only at a stop off for a night.

    Reviewed 10/2/2022

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    Nightly rate: $58

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 54

    I don't think this is a place to spend more than one night unless you want to check out the Florida Capital historical sites. It's right off a major highway and there are many long term and maybe snow birds getting away from the north. As mentioned in other reviews, there are spectacularly large live oaks and most of the good sites ...moreI don't think this is a place to spend more than one night unless you want to check out the Florida Capital historical sites. It's right off a major highway and there are many long term and maybe snow birds getting away from the north. As mentioned in other reviews, there are spectacularly large live oaks and most of the good sites around the perimeter are probably taken by the long term. One night pull throughs are for convenience only they are the closest sites. pull throughs 53-60 are super tight and close to each other. park and sleep. $58.00 is a bit high for this, so I would only stop here again when the state parks are all full.

  • Area Guides Avatar The Travelling Trio
    A Hidden Gem

    Reviewed 29/12/2021

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    Nightly rate: $52

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 14

    We stayed at this campground and loved our stay however brief it was. Big Oak has a central community area centered around a massive oak tree. Check in was quick and easy. The person working the counter could have been more helpful, but I guess her phone was important too. The restroom/shower building seemed new and were lockable. Port...moreWe stayed at this campground and loved our stay however brief it was. Big Oak has a central community area centered around a massive oak tree. Check in was quick and easy. The person working the counter could have been more helpful, but I guess her phone was important too. The restroom/shower building seemed new and were lockable. Portions of the campground seemed to have long-term residents but still room for travelers as well. Was a nice little park, but it was pricey when compared to others in the area.

  • Area Guides Avatar pookie
    Picking your space is crucial

    Reviewed 1/12/2021

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    Nightly rate: $52

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 46

    We have stayed here several times over the years. It is best if you are able to get a good spot under the trees and off the road. This time we got the very last space (46). There are no paved spaces in the park so leveling can be an issue and this one was very bad and near the road which starts cranking at 5 am. I think this park is re...moreWe have stayed here several times over the years. It is best if you are able to get a good spot under the trees and off the road. This time we got the very last space (46). There are no paved spaces in the park so leveling can be an issue and this one was very bad and near the road which starts cranking at 5 am. I think this park is really geared more towards permanents than overnighters. Tallahassee really has very few options, none of which are new. Definitely not worth the $52 paid.

  • Area Guides Avatar Diverrn
    Glad to be here

    Reviewed 17/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $25

    Days stayed: 180

    Site number: 33

    There are many places with with names that don't match the locale. Around here when they say big oaks, they mean it. We knew we would be staying a while and picked out a spot under a big, well trimmed oak. There's lots of shade but we won't need to use solar while we're here as electricity is included even with monthly rates. The offi...moreThere are many places with with names that don't match the locale. Around here when they say big oaks, they mean it. We knew we would be staying a while and picked out a spot under a big, well trimmed oak. There's lots of shade but we won't need to use solar while we're here as electricity is included even with monthly rates. The office staff and the grounds crew are great. There are two buildings with facilities for a total of 6 shower/bathroom stalls. Even though we are near a highway, at night the crickets and frogs drownd out all the traffic. We love our "home for now" and will enjoy returning after each short trip we will take until we finally cut the cord and retire.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jana
    Nice n Clean

    Reviewed 18/3/2021

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    Nightly rate: $57

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 60

    Office staff friendly- they were very accommodating to use-we needed to stay another night because of severe weather she was going to be sure we did not have to leave. New clean bathrooms w nice private showers- clean laundry room. No playground nor swimming pool- BUT absolutely the biggest and most beautiful oak tree I’ve ever seen ...moreOffice staff friendly- they were very accommodating to use-we needed to stay another night because of severe weather she was going to be sure we did not have to leave. New clean bathrooms w nice private showers- clean laundry room. No playground nor swimming pool- BUT absolutely the biggest and most beautiful oak tree I’ve ever seen - there are picnics tables , chairs and a big fire pit for families to gather and have fun.

  • Area Guides Avatar Soccermike
    Simple but nice place

    Reviewed 12/3/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 57

    We stayed here last minute. The spaces are small but it is nice. The bathrooms and showers are a combination that looks newly remodeled. Great place to stay if you need to be near Tallahassee.

  • Area Guides Avatar Moving Everest
    Very grounding

    Reviewed 13/1/2021

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    Nightly rate: $24

    Days stayed: 30

    Site number: 96

    We spent a month at the Big Oak (12/12/20 - 1/13/21). It is a simple park, not a lot of "extras" but we absolutely loved it. There is tons of oaks with Spanish Moss including the gigantic oak at the center of the park. (worth seeing in of itself). Pros:* The management was very kind and all the people who are stationary were kind...moreWe spent a month at the Big Oak (12/12/20 - 1/13/21). It is a simple park, not a lot of "extras" but we absolutely loved it. There is tons of oaks with Spanish Moss including the gigantic oak at the center of the park. (worth seeing in of itself). Pros:* The management was very kind and all the people who are stationary were kind, if we interacted at all. Looks like they at one time had social things around the big oak (firepit, chairs, and a pavilion) but either Corona or cold weather kept everyone inside most the time. * The shower house was very nice and cleaned often, looks like they have been updated compared to other parts of the park. Cons:* The sites were not level but a few blocks were able to straighten things out. * Spots are a little tighter than we would like. We were parked next to someone who were stationary and they would let their dog do its business anywhere next to their trailer, so often times my kids would track dog poo inside after playing. Others were moving in and out on the other side, not everyone knows how to park straight so we at times felt cramped. * We originally booked because other reviews said that internet was stable...that was not the case for us. (verizon and tmobile) It would cut in an out consistently and was not very reliable. This was the biggest draw back for us, since we rely on it for work. * IF you have packages coming you need to pick them up QUICKLY otherwise they will ship them back.

  • Area Guides Avatar Melissa S.
    They pack them in tight

    Reviewed 29/4/2019

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    Nightly rate: $45

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 46

    This RV park is in a great location and has beautiful oak trees throughout and a nice common area, little park, walkway and fire pit. However, they really cram too many rigs all over the place. Our “spot” was literally parallel to the front office, right up against it near the exit. It was weird. Also, there is ONE bathroom/shower ...moreThis RV park is in a great location and has beautiful oak trees throughout and a nice common area, little park, walkway and fire pit. However, they really cram too many rigs all over the place. Our “spot” was literally parallel to the front office, right up against it near the exit. It was weird. Also, there is ONE bathroom/shower room per gender so when I went to take a shower, it was occupied for whoever needed to use the bathroom during my shower. They really need new/additional bathroom facilities, but when they are that packed and raking in the dough, why improve? No problem with cell service as you’re in town. WiFi was able to stream, which honestly is more important than anything referenced above for us. Would stay again.

  • Area Guides Avatar Rbpinney
    Good for a couple of nights.

    Reviewed 2/3/2019

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 54

    Big Oak is an older park; build before awnings and slide outs. The sites are very close. The facilities are old, but well maintained. We lucked out and got a pull thru. They had several places set up with chairs around camp fire spots for socializing. Lots of trees, including the big one the park is named after.

  • Area Guides Avatar Freezemeizer
    Nice location

    Reviewed 27/11/2016

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    Nightly rate: $40

    Site number: B4

    Not a bad campground. toilet & shower in same room & there is one for each gender. We need a place to stay on the spur of the moment and it fit the bill.

  • Area Guides Avatar KnKFoster
    Nice park, close to Tallahassee

    Reviewed 24/4/2016

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    Nightly rate: $40

    We have friends in the Tallahassee area and wanted to meet up while passing through the area. We chose Big Oak based on the closeness to the city. Upon arrival check in was easy and quick and finding our site was easy. We were in a pull thru that was just big enough for our slides and awnings, but it was big enough. There are several ...moreWe have friends in the Tallahassee area and wanted to meet up while passing through the area. We chose Big Oak based on the closeness to the city. Upon arrival check in was easy and quick and finding our site was easy. We were in a pull thru that was just big enough for our slides and awnings, but it was big enough. There are several pull thrus side by side that are for transient people like us, it appears most of the park is populated with full time or long term residents. Our spot was fine for our few nights stay. The park is pretty and clean, with lots of oaks trees, including the very large one in the center of park with its branches that reach to the ground creating a beautiful shaded place to sit. The trees caused our satellite to be "stymied," but the cable was ok, and some sites looked like they could get a signal. My AT&T phone had 2-3 bars and LTE, I didn't try Verizon. Park wifi worked occasionally. Overall, I would recommend this park if you are visiting the Tallahassee area.

  • Area Guides Avatar Nick & Amanda
    Gorgeous Oaks, handy to downtown.

    Reviewed 26/3/2016

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    Nightly rate: $42

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 57A

    We were a little hesitant not having an email confirmation, but were pleasantly surprised. It's mom and pop run, and they lead you to the sites. Most spots are gravel with concrete patios. The spots weren't exactly level, I had to shim up one side and I saw Class As in this back with their front wheels a foot off the ground. Everyone k...moreWe were a little hesitant not having an email confirmation, but were pleasantly surprised. It's mom and pop run, and they lead you to the sites. Most spots are gravel with concrete patios. The spots weren't exactly level, I had to shim up one side and I saw Class As in this back with their front wheels a foot off the ground. Everyone kept to themselves, but that may have been due to the weather. Our area could have been very crowded; the A/B sites are long pull throughs that get doubled up and share a center electric and sewer, but no one was ever in the spots directly next to us. It looked like they were great at accommodating overnighters. I had no problems working with my AT&T 4G LTE coverage; the RV wifi was overloaded and unusable like every RV park with wifi.

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Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 5 Users Last Reported 04/29/2019

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 6 Users Last Reported 03/12/2021

T-Mobile 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 01/13/2021

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