Convenient to Walmart, Ace, restaurants. Lots of natural attractions, state capital, great hiking and kayaking. Lots of hiking trails.
Normal etiquette expected. No additional guest except those accepted originally. Pets must be on leash and absolutely must pick up pet droppings. No fires or outside cooking. Non smoking.
Paved streets and driveway. Must swing wide to enter driveway.
Near the rig on grass
Wakulla Springs State Park, McClay Gardens, Cascade Park downtown, FSU campus and state capitol and museums.
Big Heron Place is easily accessed off a 4 lane road on the east side of Tallahassee. It's a perfect location if you're doing business on that side of town. I chose it for being 20 minutes from the Munson MTB trailhead. There are great parks in the immediate area as well as easy access to Walmart and Costco. The parking pad is off the big circular drive and easy to back into. I was able to put my dolly off to the side and park my little car in front of my class C. The pad is asphalt and has a slight slope down so if you are a stickler for leveling like me, you'll need several inches in the rear. Open sky to the south so solar and satellite worked great. I didn't connect but 30 amp electricity is available. Most of our interactions were virtual though we met briefly upon my arrival - very nice and accomodating. Would definitely stay here again!
Murray and Helen were gracious hosts. They made us feel very much at home. We enjoyed having an electric hookup and a nice quiet area to walk in.
We waited out some bad weather here, thankful for the stay and our understanding hosts.
Peacefully place and wonderful host. Gave me great idea of a wonderful place to visit, Wakulla State Park. Level place to park and quite. Good places to walk my dog. Hopefully I will get to see them again in the near future. Just note that if you are coming from Pensacola there is a time change.
Easy to find, quiet residential neighborhood. Friendly (as covid allows) hosts. Strong Verizon signal allowed me to mifi stream a college hoop game. A great stop over while traveling through the area.
Our hosts were very welcoming and furnished water and electric hook ups. They told us a wonderful place to visit in the area, Wakulla Springs State Park. We had a most enjoyable time at the state park. Unfortunately, do to covid we couldn’t interact with our hosts much. They are very friendly and hospitable. We want to return again. Thank you!
We stayed just one night at this great peaceful setting. Our arrival was delayed by terrible thunderstorms along our route. Thanks for allowing a very late arrival and patience in getting us setup. We appreciated your hospitality. It was wonderful to be able to unwind on the pouch and exchange stories before going to bed. And in the morning having coffee and seeing the large woodcarving of a blue heron. It was impressive. Thanks again and hope to see you again.
Can’t say enough about our hosts! After welcoming us and helping us set up, we spent a relaxing evening on their back parch just trading travel stories... I’m only sorry we couldn’t stay another day! Highly recommend stop, beautiful home, and lovey hosts..
We loved the Big Heron. There is a large painted woodcarving of a blue heron in the front yard. Wonderful space with lots of open backyard to sit and enjoy a quiet neighborhood and small stream running behind the yard. The hosts are warm, welcoming and delightful. This was our first Boondockers Welcome experience and we loved it. It was also great to have 30amp service and water if needed. Anyone staying here will be very pleased. A big thank you to our hosts Murray and Helen.
The Big Heron refers to a huge painted woodcarving of a blue heron in the front yard. Gorgeous! Lots and lots of space all around. The hosts are warm, welcoming, delightful folks with good knowledge about the area; they enjoy sharing. I hope to return some time!
We had such a nice time here. It was peaceful and quiet, just like a park. Very friendly hosts, felt like we made good friends. Hope to see them again sometime.