Places to Stay in and around Sopchoppy


Sopchoppy City Park

Myron B. Hodge City Park - Sopchoppy, FLQuiet campground on banks of the "wild and scenic" Sopchoppy River. On site manager, nice playground for kids. Hidden on a back street within walking distance of downtown Sopchoppy, The Myron B. Hodge City Park offers quiet campsites along the dark placid waters of the Sopchoppy River, and a nature trail where you can linger along the river amid the sweet spring scent of Florida azalea.
From downtown Sopchoppy (off US 319), follow the main street through town past the IGA to the Sopchoppy United Methodist Church on the left. Turn left at the next street, Camellia. Turn left again on Dickson St. Turn right on Park Ave and follow it 0.8 mile to the park entrance on the left.

220 Park Avenue
Sopchoppy, FL 32358
(850) 962-5486 OR
(850) 62-4611

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Ochlockonee River State Park

Ochlocknee River State ParkBook Online (Click Here): This 543-acre park has 30 campsites nestled in the shady, wooded forest, with electric and water
hookups available. The peaceful and quiet atmosphere of this park makes every visit tranquil and relaxing. A youth campsite is situated on the Dead River for youth organizations to use.
Nature trails run along the river and wind through picturesque pine flatwoods. Ranger-guided walks and campfire programs are offered upon request. ( Maximum RV length = 40 ft).Reservations may be made up to 11 months in advance through RReserveAmerica. Book Online or call (800) 326-3521.

429 State Park Road
Sopchoppy, FL 32358
(850) 962-2771

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Holiday Park & Campground

Holiday Campground - Panacea, FLLocated in Panacea, Florida, a community in Wakulla County, is the Holiday Park and Campground, which offers 75 RV camping sites, including five pull thru sites. All sites are full hook-up capable, and can accommodate recreational vehicles that have a top length of approximately 46 feet. Both 30 and 50 amp service is available. Other site amenities include a
dump station, propane service, complimentary WiFi access, cable television hook-ups and a recreation room. Other facility amenities include laundry facilities, outside sporting areas for volleyball and shuffleboard and an on-site convenience store. This pet-friendly site is also located near an 18-hole golf course.

14 Coastal Highway
Panacea, FL. 32346
(850) 984.5757

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Newport Campground

Newport Park CampgroundThe Newport Campground and Park is located on highway 98 next to the St. Marks River bridge. Some of the amenities include: 13 full hookups, 21 primitive campsites, Sewage hookup and treatment area, Bathhouse/restroom, Boat Ramp, Boat Dock, River observation area, Wooden observation area, Playground.

8046 Coastal Highway
Crawfordville, FL 32327

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Hotels, Inns & Lodges

The Sweet Magnolia Inn

Sweet Magnolia Inn
Sweet Magnolia Inn - Great Room
Only 16 miles south of Tallahassee you’ll find the peaceful little fishing village of St. Marks, Florida. Unlike hundreds of years ago when the area was a bustling seaport on the Gulf Coast, today it is one of North Florida’s most popular boating, fishing, bicycling and outdoor destinations. Along with the many natural attractions that make St. Marks a special spot, is The Sweet Magnolia, a picturesque Bed and Breakfast Inn.

803 Port Leon Drive
Saint Marks, FL 32355
(850) 925-7670

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Best Western - Plus

Best Western PlusA two story 57 room hotel recently constructed and designated as a *BEST WESTERN PLUS* facility that offers that little something extra with an affordable price tag. The hotel features well appointed rooms and amenities thoughtfully designed to suit any travel occasion.
Located South of Tallahassee in historic Wakulla County, the hotel is nestled next to Wakulla Springs State Park, Sopchoppy and the Gulf of Mexico in a natural and peaceful setting while being close to local area attractions and cities. Book Online.

3292 Coastal Hwy 98
Crawfordville, FL 32327
(850) 926-3737

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Wakulla Springs Lodge

Wakulla Springs LodgeListed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wakulla Springs Lodge, built in the 1930s, features 27 guest rooms, each with a spacious marble bathroom, walk-in closet, and antique or period furniture. All rooms have a telephone and data port. For a quiet and relaxing stay, rooms have no televisions. Located on the second floor, guestrooms are accessible via the elevator or numerous staircases. The Ball Room Restaurant, located on the ground floor, overlooks Wakulla Spring and features daily specials and fresh seafood.

One Springs Drive
Wakulla Springs, FL 32305
(850) 926-0700

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The Magnuson

Magnuson Inn at WildwoodMagnuson Hotel (formally Wildwood Resort), located in beautiful Wakulla County, just 30 minutes South of Tallahassee, is an eco-friendly, nature-based hotel and golf retreat. It is the perfect place to enjoy a true Old Florida vacation, a family reunion, the perfect wedding, banquet or corporate retreat. As a guest of Wildwood Resort, you'll enjoy a fitness center, pool and tennis as well as golf and great food at the Wildwood Resort Golf Course and Restaurant , and the best wildlife viewing, fishing, canoeing, hiking and boating around which means both golf- and nature-lovers can get the most out of their vacation.

3896 Coastal Highway
Crawfordville, FL 32327
(850) 926-4455

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