Tesla fans are invited to join Florida Tesla Enthusiasts at the Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park for an informal meet and greet at the historic Wakulla Springs Lodge.
This is a public event, you don’t have to be a club member to participate.
We will gather initially outside and then move into the lobby for the meet and greet. Come prepared to enjoy a time of sharing experiences with fellow Tesla owners.
At 11:00 am a small dining room off of the main dining room in the Lodge has been reserved for our group. You may order from the menu. There is also a snack bar in the gift shop across the lobby from the dining room.
Attendees will arrange to participate in the various ticketed park activities on their own and will leave the group meetup as their reservations require.
Guest rooms, the dining room and soda fountain are open at the Lodge.
This includes an inside event. If you have NOT been vaccinated the CDC considers eating indoors in a group an unsafe activity. If you have not been vaccinated, or are an at-risk individual, we strongly recommend that you DO NOT attend the indoor group portion of this event.
We expect that each family will be seated at separate tables if desired.
Here is a link to the Lodge's COVID-19 & SAFETY guidelines.
All guests aboard the river boat tours are required to wear a mask.
Click this link to check out things to do at The Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park.
The entrance fee to the park is $6.00 per car.
Glass Bottom Boat Tours require advance reservations. Prices are the same as the River Boat tours. Call 850-421-2000 to connect with park personnel.
Wakulla Springs is home to the world's largest and deepest freshwater springs, the sapphire water of Wakulla Springs boasts manatees, alligators, and a host of diverse wildlife. Several movies have used the springs for location shoots.
Wakulla Springs is located 14 miles (23 km) south of Tallahassee, Florida, and 5 miles (8.0 km) east of Crawfordville in Wakulla County, Florida, on County Road 267 (Bloxham Cut Off Rd) just East of Hwy 61.
About The Lodge at Wakulla Springs
Surrounded by 6,000 acres of pristine forest, the Lodge at Wakulla Springs is North Florida's castle. Built in 1937 by industrialist Edward Ball, the Lodge is one of the most beautiful buildings of its period and one of the few where you can stay overnight. Located in the middle of Wakulla Springs State Park, the Lodge's 27 rooms overlook one of the country's largest springs. Whether you enjoy fine dining in the Edward Ball Dining Room or want to cool off with an ice cream at the world's longest marble soda fountain, the Lodge's timeless beauty surrounds you. Nature, luxury, history, and comfort—all can be found at the Lodge at Wakulla Springs.
The Tallahassee Supercharger Station is about 20 miles north of the Lodge.
David Fountain at email@example.com, or leave a voicemail at (850) 894-5311.