** Spring Break dates available, and thankfully no damage from Hurricane Michael!** Don't miss this sunny and affordable home on Florida's magnificent Lake Talquin . Talquin Cove sleeps 6, with two full baths and a huge screened porch overlooking marvelous Lake Talquin. Our home includes updated comfy furniture and a huge patio and dock right on the lake. Come and relax in the quiet gate away near Florida State University and only an hour from the Gulf of Mexico.
Why spend this winter freezing in the snow and cold, come to Lake Talquin and enjoy sun and warmth even in the coldest part of winter, great monthly rate available.
Our home features, one bedroom is upstairs and another downstairs with its own bath, large seating area, patio, fantastic lake views and walkout to the lake. The third bed is a new, premium queen bed that folds out from the couch in the living room. It also includes central heat and air, all linens and a fully stocked kitchen.
Whether you want a vacation home or a convenient and affordable getaway weekend, Talquin Cove offers something for everybody. Located just 20 minutes from the Doak Campbell Stadium, this is an ideal headquarters for your Florida State Seminoles football weekend. Lake Talquin is also famous for its major fishing tournaments and features trophy large-mouth and striped bass, crappie, bream, shell crackers, speckled perch, jack, gar, catfish, and bow fin. Bring your boat and dock right at the home with a public boat launch right around the corner.
If birding is your passion, enjoy the Apalachicola National Forest with its wild turkey, bald eagles and ospreys. Who knows, egrets and blue herons might even perch on the boat dock while you're there. The 988 square-mile national forest is a great place for off-road biking, with a large selection of trails. There are two large wilderness areas, with hiking trails, swimming, hunting, fishing, horseback riding, off-road ATV usage and boating opportunities.
You can explore Tallahassee, or take a short drive and enjoy the wonderful beaches on the Gulf of Mexico.