Before you book your next tour or excursion, be sure that you are hitching a ride with someone who is licensed and bonded as a Florida Seller of Travel. Your vacation should be fun, but there are some folks in the travel business who are more concerned with taking your money. You can reduce your […]
Camp Folks is proud to announce our membership and support of the Apalachee Chapter of the Florida National Scenic Trail (FNST or Florida Trail), Florida’s long-trail covering over 1300 miles. Just a short drive outside of Tallahassee is Florida’s largest National Forest, the Apalachicola National Forest, with over 630,000 acres and over 77 miles of the Florida […]
This Valentine’s Day Camp Folks arranged for 3 very lucky couples to spend the weekend at Coldwater Gardens, located just North of Milton, Florida and only a couple hours from our headquarters in Tallahassee. Coldwater Gardens is a one-of-a-kind destination that appeals to campers of all experience and comfort levels. From upscale safari-style “glamping” tents, complete […]
First Friday at Railroad Square Art Park is always a blast, and February’s event was no exception! February is the month of love, and we decided to celebrate by partnering with our neighbor, Dr. Brian Clear at Clinic Tallahassee, for a special Valentine’s promotion. To make everyone’s Valentine’s Day a little sweeter and a whole […]
Share your love of wild Florida for a chance to win a Camp Folks’ t-shirt! Follow @campfolks on Instagram and tag your photos of wild Florida with #livewildlovewild. We’ll choose our favorite photo and announce a winner on February 29th! Camp Folks was started by a couple of love birds looking to get more people outside and […]
The Tallahassee Premier of The Forgotten Coast: Return to Wild Florida was held last Thursday, January 28th at the Challenger Center IMAX. Environmental activists, outdoor enthusiasts, fellow adventurers, and intrigued folks from all over the region came out to support the Florida Conservation Voters Education Fund and to see the documentary created by the Florida Wildlife Corridor expedition team. The […]
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