Perry KOA

Come Relax in Florida's Last Natural Coastal Area and Perry KOA's hidden pool!

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Welcome to the Perry KOA, we look forward to your visit!

The Big Bend area offers fishing, hunting, canoeing, scalloping (July - September) and unspoiled beaches just a short drive away. The Perry KOA is the perfect place to call home while you explore northern Florida. The campground's Tent Sites and RV Sites are spacious. Super large sites are available if you need extra room. Cabins and Deluxe Cabins are also available (some are pet friendly). You'll also find a playground for the kids and a pool for the whole family to enjoy. Check out the clubhouse - it has foosball, games, puzzles and a TV. Other campground amenities include pedal cars, horseshoes, basketball, and a pavilion. Rally and motorcycle groups are welcome! Pool and Hot Tub open year round.  Max pull thru: 100 feet. Your hosts: Debby & Brian Somers, owners.

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Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 90' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (Open Year-Round)
  • Hot Tub/Sauna
  • Propane ($)
  • Kamping Kitchen
  • Firewood ($)
  • Pavilion
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Ways to Stay

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Local Area

Forest Capital Museum State Park

Just a half mile up the road from Perry KOA is Florida's Forest Capital Museum State Park.  The importance of forestry in Florida dates back to the early 1800s. The museum celebrates the heritage of Florida's forest industry.  The heart of the museum is dedicated to longleaf pines and the 5,000 products manufactured from them. The 50-plus-year-old longleaf pines growing on the museum grounds provide a majestic canopy and create an enjoyable walking trail for visitors.  Upon exiting the museum, visitors take a step back in time to explore an authentic 19th century Cracker homestead, much like those scattered throughout Florida at the turn of the century.Rangers lead interpretive tours during special events and upon request. Three covered pavilions, that seat up to 60 people each, are available for rent.

Open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday through Monday, no park entrance fee, $2.00 museum entrance fee per person.

204 Forest Park Drive

Perry, FL 32348

850-584-3227

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Taylor County Sports Complex

Just under 7 miles north on US 19, the Taylor County Sports complex can be used by guests of Perry KOA.  This 74-acre complex features 6 baseball/soccer fields, 2 softball field, 2 tennis , 2 basketball court and a 2 large playground area, 6 picnic pavilions and paved 1-mile scenic trail.   Open dawn to dusk daily.  No dogs allowed, exceptioins for service dogs.

1685 US 19 North

Perry, FL 32347

850-584-3029

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Perry Golf and Country Club

9/18 hole public course only four and half miles from campground.  Tournaments and special events, check their facebook page.

4991 Golf Course Road

Perry, FL 32348

850-584-3590

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St. Marks Lighthouse

St. Marks Lighthouse is a unique refuge established in 1931 to provide wintering habitat for migratory birds. It is one of the oldest refuges in the National Wildlife Refuge System. It encompasses 68,000 acres spread out between Wakulla, Jefferson, and Taylor counties along the Gulf Coast of northwest Florida. The refuge includes coastal marshes, islands, tidal creeks and estuaries of seven north Florida rivers, and is home to a diverse community of plant and animal life. The refuge also has strong ties to a rich cultural past, and is home to the St. Marks Lighthouse, which was built in 1832 and is still in use today.

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