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Vacations are meant to be relaxing and what better way to achieve this than by choosing an RV campground that provides everything you need and perhaps even some things that you didn't realize? In Florida, the destination you're seeking is Three Rivers Campground near Chattahoochee. This family-friendly RV park has everything you need from the moment you arrive: cable TV and satellite, Wi-Fi access, restrooms with hot showers, and more. The kids can burn off that road trip energy in the game room or swimming pool while you get a head start on the week by using the on-site laundry facilities and setting up your motorhome rental. The park is pet-friendly and has a dog park area where your furry friend can also get some fresh air and exercise.
Three Rivers has numerous on-site activities and amenities to keep you entertained as well as being close to many nearby attractions. Within the park, you can enjoy a fitness center, a fishing pond, horseshoes, and shuffleboard, or join in on the group social activities hosted by the park managers. Just outside the park but within the immediate area, you'll find a rustic outdoor area with hiking and biking trails and Lake Seminole only minutes away where you can swim, go tubing or fishing, or do whatever you wish. Just remember to set aside some time during your stay to take your rental RV for a spin on the local highways; RV vacations are unique and driving one high above the surrounding traffic is an experience you don't want to miss.
Book an RV in Jackson County, and you will have at your disposal the perfect campervan rental for meeting all of your vacation needs. Once you're behind the wheel, start out by heading for Silver Lake Wildlife Management Area across the state line in Georgia (but still a short drive away). The area was originally owned by a paper manufacturing company, but eventually, the Department of Natural Resources later assumed ownership. It is a combination of wetlands and stands of longleaf pine, mixed pine, and hardwood trees with the lake at its center. You can come here to enjoy boating and fishing, camping, hiking, and other activities. The park is home to gopher tortoises, bald eagles, and a variety of other birds and mammals.
Lake Talquin State Park and Forest is a series of land tracts clustered around the Ochlockonee River and Lake Talquin, two significant bodies of water. The types of ecosystems you'll find here are upland pine forest, flatwoods, sandhills, floodplain forests, and swamps. The variety of natural settings provides habitats for an equally diverse number of birds and mammals, such as red-shouldered hawks, bald eagles, bobcats and coyotes, and many more. There are a number of service roads, old roadbeds, and established trails that wind through the park, allowing you access to hiking, mountain biking, and picnicking in the area, and you can also enjoy canoeing, kayaking, and boating via the public boat ramps on the lake. Keep your RV rental on hand, and you can combine lunch and comfortable chairs with your outdoor excursions.
Apalachee WMA is an outdoor recreation area that is open to the public year-round and is part of the Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail. The landscape consists of longleaf pine uplands with pockets of ponds, wetlands, and floodplain forest dotted throughout. An unpaved road system crisscrossing through the area provides you the opportunity to hike and mountain bike through the park, and you can paddle or kayak by starting from one of the park's several boat launches. Keep your eyes peeled for the white-tailed deer that populate the area; they are skittish, so you might have a better chance of spotting them from your boat than if you're on foot.
At some point, you'll want to explore the local communities and take in some of their attractions. You can begin by heading to historic Marianna where you'll find a Civil War battlefield tour that takes you through the city rather than an isolated area. You can start the tour at the visitor's center where they will provide you with a map of the tour. There are several art galleries and a number of parks; one of the parks is a system of caves where you can cool off from the hot weather while viewing the stalagmites that hang from the ceiling. For your dining options, Marianna is inexpensive to moderately priced and has some great venues on hand with Mexican, Mediterranean, and Chinese eateries, cafes and bistros, plus other options.
Quincy is a quaint little town with some interesting architecture; you can take a walking tour to observe the Episcopal Church and a small museum-art gallery among other attractions. The museum-art gallery has exhibits of well-known works plus representations of some of the local artists' works, coffee table books you can browse through, and knowledgeable staff who will answer your questions. Some of the local art is available for purchase. There is a reasonable selection of dining options, and one of the eateries specializes in Southern cooking. The venue is open for lunch only and has counter service. Another option is a seafood restaurant that serves lunch and dinner; if you eat here, try the coconut shrimp.
A friendly atmosphere, history, and culture are what you'll find when you visit Jackson County, and Three Rivers Campground is where your journey into the area begins.