Camellia Gardens is a medium-sized, triangular-shaped community of Tallahassee in the 32303 zip code. It’s bordered by Fred George Road, North Monroe Street, and the Settlers Creek neighborhood.
Lake Jackson Mounds Archaeological State Park is a mile east of Camellia Gardens, and it encompasses six temple mounds and what is thought to be an old Native American burial mound. It offers a hiking trail, picnic facilities, and open parkland as well. The J. Lee Vause Park is three miles northwest of the community, while Stoneler Road County Park is two and a half miles to its northwest.
The Tallahassee Museum, which is noted for its picturesque grounds, is six miles south of Camellia Gardens. The Museum of Florida History, the Riley House Museum, the Mary Brogan Museum of Art & Science, and the Old Capitol Museum are about five miles to its southeast. The Antique Car Museum, a museum with a wide collection that ranges from classic cars to the “Batmobile” from the Batman TV series, is seven and a half miles east of the community.
Several important city attractions and landmarks are nearby. The Tallahassee Regional Airport is six and a half miles south of Camellia Gardens. The San Luis de Apalachee Mission is three and a half miles to its south. The Historical Museum Bureau of Florida is five miles to its southeast.
Several of the more well-to-do residents of Camellia Gardens are members of the Killearn Country Club, which is only seven miles to its east. It offers a 27-hole, championship golf course, an aquatic center, a state-of-the-art gym, a luxury clubhouse, special event facilities, and tennis courts.