Camelot Park is located in northeast Tallahassee near the intersection of East Park Avenue and Victory Garden Drive. It is only minutes away from shopping, dining options, the Capitol, and the downtown area.
Most Camelot Park homes were built in the mid-seventies, although there are a few that were built within the last ten years. This neighborhood features large lots with 3 to 4-bedroom homes that range in size from 1,400 to 1,650 square feet.
Tallahassee residents are attracted to this neighborhood due to its central in-town location. They also enjoy the proximity to Tom Brown Park. This city-maintained park has so much to offer. Residents can participate in a multitude of sports activities that include field and court areas for: soccer, racquetball, handball, softball, baseball, football, basketball, and tennis. There is also a BMX bike track, playgrounds, dog parks (for large and small dogs), nature trails, bike trails, and lots of space for disc golf. Tom Brown Park is also well known in the Big Bend area for having the 4th of July Fireworks Concert and Show each year. For more details on events at the park, please visit this City of Tallahassee website.
Camelot Park is situated just minutes away from multiple dining options. Residents of this neighborhood can dine at: Hobbit American Grill, BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Panera Bread, Nuberri, Canopy Road Cafe, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Marie Livingston’s Steakhouse - to name a few.
The shopping choices are also endless. Residents of Camelot Park get the pleasure of choosing from some of the following stores: Target, Kohl’s, Publix, Earth Fare, Sam’s Club, Petco, Bed Bath & Beyond, Old Navy, Ulta Beauty, Michaels, and Marshalls. There is also an added convenience of being down the street from Governor’s Square Mall and all that it has to offer. Residents can even choose to go out for a night at the movies at the Regal Cinemas Theater which is located right in the Governors Square Mall area.
For families with children, Camelot Park in zoned for the following Leon County public schools:
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