Quail Rise Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Quail Rise is a family-friendly Tallahassee neighborhood a short distance from several schools. Golfers can enjoy two golf courses that are less than a 10-minute drive from the Florida community. A nearby state park offers a host of outdoor activities, and shopping is readily available to the north and south.
Lawton Chiles High School is less than half a mile from Quail Rise. Opened in 1999, the school is among the newest in the county and was named after the American politician Lawton Chiles, also a former Florida governor.
Also less than a mile from Quail Rise is Killearn Lakes Elementary School. Nearly 1,000 students from pre-K to grade 5 attend the school, which earned a Blue Ribbon National Award.
A variety of amenities are available at the Golden Eagle Golf and Country Club, approximately one mile from Quail Rise. The 18-hole championship course joins lit tennis courts, swimming pools, saunas, and spas against the backdrop of the 135-acre Lake Diane.
The Golf Club at Summerbrooke offers entertainment for all ages. The 18-hole course makes use of rolling hills, elevation changes, and water hazards to create a challenging round of golf for players at all skill levels. Children can try their luck on the course or enjoy a 2,100-square-foot, resort-style pool, which is complemented by the Greenway Grill.
Alfred B. Maclay State Park is within five miles of the Quail Rise community. Trails for biking, hiking, horses, and nature viewing are within the park’s 1,076 acres. Visitors can swim, fish, boat, and canoe at the park, which also hosts a variety of other activities.