Tom Brown Park
Local park with lots of available activities such as a playground, swings, tennis courts, soccer fields, softball/baseball fields, disc golf, dog park and more. Tucked away, this park offers a peaceful and fun retreat from the city.
Located on the eastern side of Tallahassee off Capital Circle, Tom Brown Park is a large recreation park, featuring several baseball fields, a disc golf course, tennis courts, a BMX track, a 3.1 mile mountain bike trail known as Magnolia Trail, picnic areas and nature trails for walking and running…
Walking trails, two playgrounds, disc golf, a dog park, and sports fields. This park is a staple in Tallahassee community life.
One of the best parks in Tallahassee! Mountain bike trails, dog park, playground, frisbee golf course, tennis courts, paved trails, unpaved trails.
Great outdoor spot, lots to do. Disc golf, softball fields, tennis and racquetball courts. Picnic areas, lake, hiking trails.
“Enjoy local fashion shopping with corner retailers such as Macy’s, Sears, JC Penny’s, and Dillards ”
“So much to do for everyone! For kids there is a park and a fountain sprinkler that has a light show. There are trails and plenty of spaces for to play outdoor sports, read a book, or have a picnic. Awesome park. ”
“Good theatre, we typically travel to this one over the one by Governors Square Mall. The other option (CMX falls chase just opened this year, and we haven't been to it yet). ”
“Railroad Square Art Park is Tallahassee's arts, culture and entertainment district located at the heart of the town. A thriving, creative haven hosting more than 50 art studios, galleries & small shops, bars, dance studio, restaurant, cafe, rock climbing gym and more! You can also visit Tally's most exciting “First Friday Gallery Hop” at this destination if you are in town.”
College Football Field
“It takes 22 minutes to get to the stadium on non- gamedays without traffic. Gameday: plan for traffic and give yourself plenty of time, it should take less than 30 minutes, but it depends on how close to game time you're at. Gaines street is always busy- I would avoid it going and coming. We tend to take apalachee, right on Monroe, Left on W. Pensacola to the stadium. On the way back, St. Augustine St runs parallel to Gaines but is much faster. ”