A Stone’s Throw RV park is a small, largely self-serve park located near Tallahassee Florida. We found it to be efficient, clean, and a decent place for a short stay.
- Limited amenities
- Highway and train noise
- Not so flat parking spaces
To park at Stone’s Throw RV you can either reserve a spot or just show up. Typically there is no staff on sight. You must pay on arrival by putting cash or charge information in an envelope and dropping it in a pay box. You can park in any available spot. The park is small, fenced in, and sits near the intersection of two highways. That makes it convenient for travelers but makes for a somewhat noisy night and no scenery to speak of. Neither of us found the noise disturbing to our sleep, but it was noticeable if you tuned into it.
The amenities are limited to one unisex bathroom and a single washer and dryer. Since it is a small park they are probably sufficient. The wireless was quite decent for part of the stay but stopped working on our second night. They have full 50 amp hookups, water, and sewer. The spaces are big enough for most rigs, but nearly all of them are at something of an angle, end to end. We had to jack our trailer down fairly low to get it level on what appeared to be one of the less steep sites.
The price is agreeable enough if you have a club discount. I’m not sure how they verify your membership so I suppose that’s on the honor system. Even without it is on the cheap side. You don’t get a lot, but I’ll happily take clean and minimalist at $30 and under, especially in Florida. I give Stones Throw a thumbs up.