86 Parks near Alva, Florida
We did however find 86 campgrounds within 50 miles of Alva. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Alva in the left hand column.
Mar 2011 - $23.00
Riverside Retreat has a campground/RV park open to all. Also hosting a camp for churches, organizations, schools, etc. the campground/RV park is separate from that camp area. Situated on the Caloosahatchee River, Riverside Retreat's motto is, "It's the Nature of the Place." It is a quiet park in a natural setting. You may spy gopher tortoises, bobcats, or armadillos on any of the hiking paths. Canoe or kayak the Caloosahatchee. The roads and sites are not paved, but it is a full hook-up campground with a friendly staff. We highly recommend this little gem of a campground. We visit every winter. - Dawn1955
Feb 2015 - $100.00
This is where all the rich people go. Very friendly resort. First day we were made to feel very welcome and old friends. These people have all the toys. Remote control race cars and a scale race track with grandstand. Scale model remote control trains that cover about an acre. Remote control sail boat races. Remote control race boats. Drones. Tricked out golf carts. Bentleys, Vipers, SSRs, etc. Casitas. Impeccable landscaping. Pool is 90+ degrees in February. Socials almost every day of the week. - Royce Holm
Jan 2015 - $60.00
We stayed at Riverbend for six weeks from late December to early February. We were is site 204 which is considered a wood-site lot with slightly lower rate. This is really nice resort with a very friendly atmosphere and lots of activities. While we were there we made use of the pickle-ball courts, pool and hot tub, watched some remote car races, participated in the twice weekly exercise class and took advantage of the breakfast and lunch offerings. The park is spacious with wide paved roads and large concrete sites. We drive a 44 ft motorhome and tow a car. East to navigate and park. Resort staff is friendly and helpful. Our site had lawn table and chairs for our use but some rental sites do not. Lovely landscaping between most sites which are spacious and lots of grass in the resort. Cable is ok. We did not use the resort Wifi as they require you install a modem which they supply, so we went with our hotspot which worked well. Good satellite reception. There is a dog run next to the pickle-ball courts but we did not often go there. From our experience, this is the nicest resort we have visited and hope to return next year for a couple of months. - LvR
Jan 2015 - $90.00
We stayed at RiverBend Luxury Motorcoach Resort for a week over the New Year. Each lot is about 50 x 100-feet and has full hookups with cable TV, and telephone and DCL connections. Although WiFi doesn't reach the individual lots, it is available in all the facilities or you can sign up for the DSL service. Our Verizon MiFi worked great. RiverBend is an ownership resort with many lots available to rent. Nearly all have extensive landscaping. The resort facilities are simply outstanding. They have a beautiful clubhouse with bar and restaurant right on the Caloosahatchee River, boat docks, a nature center, store, large heated pool, good sized laundry, and many organized community activities. There is an extensive model railroad layout, dirt racetrack for electric or gas-powered cars, and four lakes. Every person we encountered at RiverBend were friendly and happy to be there. We definitely will return next year. - CNRUSA
Dec 2015 - $15.00
Senior rate for a five night stay. Site was a level, paved, back-in site with water and 50 amp electric. We had good satellite reception and good Verizon cell/MiFi reception. The park has a dump station. The site has a large covered picnic table. The park is well maintained. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Apr 2015 - $15.00
We spent 3 nights here in a travel trailer. The campground host was very friendly and the grounds were very well kept. The bathroom facilities were clean. We love staying here on the river side watching the boats go through the locks. It is quiet and peaceful with lots of wildlife viewing. One of our favorite places. - Florida Bob
May 2014 - $12.00
This campground is located on the north side of the lock on the Caloosahatchi River. We live in Lehigh Acres Fl about 15 miles from our home. We love being on the River but cannot afford a home on the river. So we do the next best thing, We camp on the river. This campground is always clean and well taken care of. The restrooms and showers are always clean. Most of the sites are angled off the road for ease of access to back into the sites. This angle gives the sight a lot of privacy and an open view of the river. We have stayed in sight 23 and have also stayed on site 9. We have scheduled to go back at the end of September, October, and beginning of December. There are a few pull-throughs. The Camp Hosts are great and very helpful. They come by and check and see if you need anything. We highly recommend this campground. - Badmanrick
Dec 2015 - $50.00
We didn't do the daily rate, stayed a month for $700.
Beautiful, clean, friendly park but waaaaay overpriced.
Mostly permanent mobiles and "florida homes" with about 15% RV's.
Right on the river (from Lake O all the way to the Gulf at Ft. Meyers), with its own launch ramp and docks.
Joined some friends during our winter in "the south", just to check it out.
The entire place revolves around their "activities".....ain't my thing.
Management is stiff, formal, and unyielding, but "inmates" are very nice.
If you have the money and get excited over shuffleboard, this is the place. - MajorOz
May 2015 - $42.00
They refused to offer us the off season 50% Passport America rate even though they are listed in the Passport America catalog.
The super-site we stayed on was plenty large and concrete at 100 ft long, and wide spacing between sites, but few if any trees to provide shade.
The bath house was clean and modern, but poorly ventilated with no air conditioning and very small cubicles for showers. They did have a door for privacy, but a shelf that could only hold a pair of sunglasses.
They advertise WiFi at the sites, but even with nobody here, the signal was super slow and weak. The clubhouse did have a computer and printer for use, and the WiFi at the clubhouse was good.
The clubhouse was large and modern with a small library and an exercise room. The pool and spa were fairly large and clean. Their brochure advertises a non regulation 9 hole golf course at the front of the property, but all we saw was a field of overgrown weeds.
The park is directly north of the power station, and it can clearly be heard day and night. If you want to go anywhere from here, you have to get on the expressway and drive for about 20 minutes. There really is nothing around here to look at or visit. The beach is a good 50 minute drive, with no traffic. It is a good place for an overnight stop if you are traveling.
We would not stay here again. The off-season rate of $42 a night was overpriced and not worth it. - RobtK
Apr 2015 - $35.00
We got to the park the last week of March so it was full, we took the last spot in the "supersites" area. Plenty of room for our 44' toy hauler with both the side & back patios open & our truck to park on the all concrete site with room under our awning for the motorcycle - still on the concrete.
The full timers that lived there year around as well as the snowbirds down for 2-6mo. were all very nice, friendly, & accepting of us. The staff were wonderful, helpful, & friendly! Once the park started to clear out with people heading back home, we asked to move to a new site for a better view & we were told "not a problem." Great place! - Lisanator
Jan 2015 - $54.00
Excellent pull through Super Sites, plenty long enough for our 65' motorhome and trailer combo. level, concrete pads and wide road access makes this section great. Very convenient to I-75. Some of the friendliest people on earth. Like all Florida campgrounds, it fills up for January, February and March. We only stayed for one night but will probably be back for a month next year. - Miss Adventure
Mar 2011 - $32.00
This is an older campground that boasts mature pine and palm trees and "grass" between sites. Quite a variation in site dimensions but mostly comfortable for spacing. Grass is not watered any more so is rather brown and sparse in the winter months. Nice paved streets and concrete parking slabs with side extension for table and chairs. Picnic tables provided. Perhaps 50% Permanent sites. Very friendly residents. Morning breakfast in Chiki-Hut by volunteers. Some activities. Shuffleboard, Horseshoe pits seldom used but in nice shape. Hot tub at 102, Pool at 80. Monthly rate about $650. Walking distance to Groceries. Closest spots a block from street making for rather quiet surroundings. - easydoesit
Feb 2016 - $72.00
This is about as good as it gets for RV resorts. Most, if not all, sites are owned by individuals. If you can rent from an owner, your cost would be about $40-50 a night. Through the resort, it is pricy (weekly rate $500). Sites are paved, back-in (with a few pull ins facing the lakes), nicely landscaped, and very wide and long. Electricity, water, and sewer were all in good condition. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. Many owners and other residents volunteer to be gate greeters, opening the gates for new arrivals. We used our Verizon MiFi for internet. Cable TV available through the cable company. A nice book exchange is located in the laundry room. - DiplomatTraveler
Jan 2016 - $40.00
We chose Cypress Woods as it was very convenient to Northtrail RV center and we were shopping. That said, if we ever wanted to stay in the area again for any reason, Cypress Woods would be high on the list.
The park is very well kept, very well landscaped and the facilities are top notch. As it happens we knew people that own a lot there and we were included in a "burger bash" that took place while we were there. We found the people, almost all owners, very friendly, as was the staff.
As at least one other has already mentioned, it was difficult to reach anyone at the office to make and then confirm our reservation. At the time (November 2015) it seems they had just one lady with apparently too many responsibilities handling reservations. Once we did get ahold of her she was very nice and very accomodating.
There's a variety of site types, but most are heavily landscaped and very attractive. Some are on water, most are not. - JMonroe
May 2014 - $40.00
Excellent paved, level sites. Water, sewer, and electric worked well. Beautiful pools, showers, and clubhouse. The reservation office is hard to contact. Clerk wasn't always in during posted office hours. Had to make four calls to reach her. Entry gates are problematic when entering with a motorhome and tow car. Overall, a great resort with attractive individually decorated sites. Easy access from interstate. - User3617
Aug 2015 - $55.00
Loved this place. We want to go back this winter as soon as we sell our Florida house in Ft. Pierce. Nice spacious parking spots. Lots of permanent homes, but also lots of transients like us. Many activities, meals with other guests. Just impressed us to no end! - Genielady
Mar 2015 - $30.00
We had a wonderful stay at Whisper Creek. We arrived on a Saturday evening after dark and were taken to our spot and assisted in backing in, so everything was to our liking. The pool was warm and inviting. The bathrooms as clean as could be. The staff friendly and helpful. I searched the internet extensively to find a quiet campground with warm temps for our first ever month long vacation. We stayed here for 2 weeks, and were sad to leave. This is the campground we hope to someday call our winter home. - R-D
Mar 2015 - $26.00
We were looking for a place for our first "snowbird" experience. After checking reviews for about 50 RV resorts/ campgrounds and then visiting 10 in the greater Fort Myers area we chose Whisper Creek for our stay January- April of 2015. The rate reflects that 3 month stay.
We couldn't have been happier with our choice. The sites are huge ( we were in the Glenn), staff is very accommodating and helpful, plenty of activities, everyone very friendly and welcoming. We plan to return for the winter. - Oma&Opa
Jul 2015 - $40.00
First off, this is a snowbird park, so in season it is full capacity and expensive. 1200 a month+elec. We stayed from 3-1-15 through 8-1-15. The park is very nice and clean and the folks are friendly. There is a nice nature trail for walking along with a nice Gym, and rec room. They were installing the new pool and it wasn't finished before we left, but it was going to be a walk in style pool. Sites are great. Level, clean, all hookups. Wifi is sketchy at best. Its was constant struggle while we were there. Depending on location of your site you may or may not have access. And even with a good signal its constantly losing internet connection. Overall though it is a nice park and close to everything Lee County has to offer. - Mikele
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Under construction with a New swimming pool going in. New showers and bathrooms. Clean facility with a great staff. Good Verizon LTE cell service. Older campground with mature trees that is has been completely revamped. Site is Level with gravel parking and large concrete patio. Picnic table freshly painted. - MIL-SAT
Apr 2015 - $50.00
Rate reflects a week's stay. Pros : well-kept and clean facilities, easy access to and in the park with our larger RV, employee who assisted us in parking was excellent, quiet at night, very pet friendly. Cons: close spaces (common to south Florida), too pet friendly if you are not a dog person (most campers had one or more dogs - many large breeds). If in area we would stay here again but would probably try other campgrounds closer to beaches and area attractions first. - Snidely Whiplash
Jan 2016 - $56.00
Spaces were built for 25-30' trailers years ago. 40' motorhomes or 5th wheelers should not be accepted. No gravel on the sites. We are sitting in a sea of mud right now. The ruts have eroded away next to the pad so the coach sits down in a hole and the mud makes it hard to level. I would not stay here again. - FriarBill
Mar 2015 - $1.00
Park is located with easy access off I-75. Mainly permanent sites with some RV spaces around the park. We were put in a site that required me to drive in and butt up to a trailer that was in front of me. Hookups required a second 15 foot sewer hose to reach hookup. Good 50 amp power and water pressure remained stable. Grassy site with picnic table on concrete patio, but these were showing there age and heavy usage. Grocery stores, RV Dealerships all within 15 minutes. Interior roads are narrow and tight. - Tomandgloria
Mar 2015 - $59.00
The first misleading thing about this campground is that they call themselves an RV Resort. Far from it. The better and honest description would be to say this is a campground. An old and tired one at that. There are no border lines between the RV lots and they are spaced extremely tightly together. The back end of the neighbor's RV in front of us was barely 3 feet away from our windshield. The hookups are all over the place. The neighbor's sewer dump was right beside our patio, which made for a nice view while eating outside. Eating outside is a hit and miss because not every spot does have a picnic table. When we asked about this at the office they replied "we do not have enough".
This campground does have 700+ sites of which 200+ sites are park homes. There is only one swimming pool for the entire campground. The campground is clean and the people are friendly. There is a very large population of French Canadians in this park. Nothing wrong with that and if you speak some French, even better. The campground was nearly full. This makes for a captive audience which will have to accept what is being offered to them. We stayed here for a week since there was nothing else available in the area. For us, next time, this could be a good overnight spot. No more. I would rather pay more to be in a nicer park. - Olivia Las Vegas
May 2013 - $32.00
This is an old park in a rundown neighborhood. You can hear gunshots at night. The manager is very abusive and likes to flash his handgun, threatening, and downright mean. He likes to brag about how much money he has. He keeps folks deposits when he shouldn't.. There is a big problem with anything left in your yard getting stolen since the park refuses to install a gate. Many of the mobile homes are empty and abandoned. The laundry is run down, the pool has been deemed unsafe by the city. No WiFi or cable. No services except a small area for your dog to be loose. . The RV sites are small and the roads are narrow. I only stayed here because other parks were full. I worked nights and slept during the day and there was loud loud construction of a school next door with diesel smoke from trucks and equipment and very noisy, Constant noise from sirens and traffic. I stayed 5 months. - Ms Mary
Mar 2012 - $32.00
Older dated park, sites clean, many full time older residents. Very friendly owners, great bark park with showers for the dogs. Quiet, yet handy to main street shopping. - pkunk
Feb 2012 - $30.00
Over all a nice place - Yes is is/was a mobile home park that is using blank sites for RVs and perimeter sites for RVs as well. The roads were narrow ans I was lucky to be at an intersection so I could maneuver my 35' fiver in to the site w/ ease. Manager & wife are great people and very friendly. The maintain man was there in an instant and trimmed a tree in no time, to keep it off the side & top of the camper. Hard to estimate the ratio of RVs to Mobile homes but there were quite a few RVs that looked to be setting down roots and soon to become a part of the place as well as the mobile homes (though mobile is hardly the term I'd use to describe them. Traffic noise to be expected being right off a 4+ lane main drag through town (an EMS - Fire station was in the nearby area). Very easy to reach the interstate, as well as cycle into the downtown and see the Edison/Ford estates for a good afternoon. Might use this again - will keep in mind - maybe to try for a work camper position one year. Though no WI-FI, my Verizon air card worked well. Cable TV was a service you have to arrange - not worth it for just a week. - D Ward
Jan 2009 - $30.00
When we talked on the phone, they made the place seem like a great RV Resort. Arriving on a Sunday, as per our reservation, the office was closed (2:30 PM) They had an emergency number listed, but it was answered by a fax machine. We picked out a site a proceeded to park & setup. When backing a water pipe, next to the road, was broken, but could not report it to the fax machine. Basically this a Trailer Park, with no amenities, that one would expect at an RV resort. I'm trying o be nice, but this place is a dump. - Chef
Feb 2014 - $20.00
Ok..when we pulled into the park we were really disappointed because of the old mobile homes parked in this park. Our comment was "this is where old mobile homes come to die". But, we were scheduled here for 2 weeks so we just parked and thought we would make the best of it. Turns out we had a great time and the people were friendly and the laundry had the newest washer/dryers I've seen in a long time and only $1.25 per load, but only 2 washers and 2 dryers. Our spot had a concrete (space 70) patio fairly good sized but overlooked backside of old, added on trailer but no one was looking into our unit so we felt private. Best news was the internet worked just great (4-5 bars)and it was free and could use it in our RV. Direct TV worked great also. Quiet park, not any children around that I saw. Only 1 block from grocery store was great too. Not the 'richest' part of North Ft. Myers but we felt safe and okay. Great place to stay cheaply (Passport America rates) and be centrally located to visit all the sites and beaches around the area. So, looks can be deceiving sometimes. - kemosabe
Feb 2012 - $17.00
Passport America rate is $17 including tax. Older mobile home/rv park in a very quiet neighborhood on a dead-end street. Park is very neat and clean and well maintained. There are older units but they are neat. People were very quiet and friendly. The manager lives on site and is very helpful. We were in a pull-through next to the office and had good Wi-Fi. There are sites for 40' rigs and back in sites with shade. The laundry was small but convenient and the least costly I have found on this trip. It is pet friendly for small dogs on leashes. It is only 4 miles into Fort Meyers. Hook-ups were good. Shopping plaza with grocery and other shops within walking distance. No cable TV but lots of stations with antenna. Roads are paved. There is a community room with TV, pool table, book exchange, and kitchen available. Would stay here again. - mvano
Jan 2011 - $17.00
This park is a little rough around the edges. However, it is a real value during the snowbird season with our Passport America discount. There are quite a few older permanent units with about half of them looking pretty rough. The people in the park, however, were as welcoming and pleasant as could be, and I felt generally comfortable here. The manager was easy to work with and accommodating. It is an older park, however, it was clean and quiet being at the end of the road. Don't look for extras at this park. However, it did have a clean and well kept laundry facility with two washers and two dryers, so don't expect to do all your laundry at one time. WI-FI like at many parks was only available when next to the office. - bandirector
Jan 2016 - $30.00
Small, but quiet. Gravel roads with level grass spots, all older run down mobile homes. Owners are nice and friendly. No amenities but the price was right. - esta34950
Feb 2015 - $35.00
We can't say enough nice things about this park! The owner went above and beyond to welcome us and to make sure we were satisfied. They not only drove you to your spot, but they assisted in hook-up as well. We weren't used to all the help! The other residents are very friendly and helpful. They are booked nearly all winter, and we were very lucky to get in for the weekend. - Vicki K
Jan 2015 - $40.00
Have camped for years all over Florida, this is one of the most friendliest park we have found. Plenty of activities to keep all busy, heated pool, the owners are very pleasant to deal with. Restrooms and laundry are outstanding. Stayed for only a month, will return next season for 5-6 months. - Retired RVerss
Mar 2008 - $34.00
Nice Park w/ all the amenities. Very friendly staff. - alimay
Jul 2015 - $25.00
We really enjoyed or stay here. Felt like we had the entire park to ourselves. Very clean pool, spacious site, and friendly front desk staff. Pet friendly, grounds mowed weekly, and friendly guests. Close to all shopping, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Outlet Mall and Camping World. Nice day drives to the beaches, so many to choose from. We originally planned a 1 week stay and stayed 16 days! Will be back! - rdmike
Mar 2015 - $31.00
This is a very friendly RV park with lots going on. But the sites are too close together. We had good reception with the free wifi. - A-J
Feb 2015 - $29.00
This is a nice 55+ RV resort located just off Cleveland Street (AKA Tamiami Trail). That road is busy during the winter season, but the park is set back far enough that road noise was not an issue. We stayed in the park for 10 days, and our rate reflects the discount for a week's stay and Good Sam. The park is a mix of seasonal and transient lots. Shopping of every nature is close by. The bathrooms and showers were newer, spacious, and kept immaculately clean. The laundry had multiple washers and dryers, for good reason--they were often busy. The pool was very nice and quiet. We enjoyed the free ice available at the bathhouse and the daily trash pick-up. The office was closed when we checked in (Tuesday 1 PM), but there was a note on the door with our campsite number. The office staff was very busy nearly every time I was there. I would have rated it higher if not for: (1) no shade, we had one very small palm on our lot, (2) narrow, short sites--we had to park our small car crosswise on our lot or along side the coach as our 27' motorhome took up most of the length of the site. Our neighbors were also close on each side. (3) waiting list for picnic tables--it was day 3 before we had a table delivered to our site. This park is a great value, as cheap or cheaper than the area State Parks, with more amenities. - RagTopDay
Jan 2016 - $70.00
Nice clean park with very friendly people. Sites are adequate size with concrete parking pads. Nice clubhouse but it needs a drinking fountain. They advertise free wifi but it works poorly. Hard to get a connection and when you finally get on you usually get disconnected within a few minutes. Nice pickle ball court and shuffleboard courts. Bocci ball court poorly maintained. Nice pool but overly crowded when we were there. - Crusin'
Jan 2016 - $70.00
This is a very nice 55+ park. They do allow pets, but are very restrictive on where you can walk. Only around your site, or outside of the park. Our dog did not like this park! You must drive your dog to the outside of the park if you want to do any walking. The management was very nice, and escorted us to our site, and even assisted in backing us up. Wifi is available and was good. All of the residents were very friendly too. This park was jam packed, as are all the parks in the Fort Myers/North Fort Myers area, in Winter. We were lucky to find a spot at all! Good interior roads and level site. Park is clean and well maintained. Sites were pretty roomy, considering how crowded this place is. Yes, we would stay here again. - Vicki K
Aug 2014 - $61.00
Park is very clean and well kept. People are very friendly and sociable. If you are a pet owner I would not recommend this park. It is not pet friendly. You are not permitted to walk your pet except outside the park or directly behind your unit. We were not told of this policy prior to our arrival. Our pet is part of our family and we certainly wouldn't have come here. - Jack Martin
Dec 2015 - $15.00
This was a quiet, clean park right on the Caloosahatchee River. The camp hosts were extremely friendly and helpful. Well placed concrete pads so you weren't lookin right into the trailer next to you. It is a locked gate after dark. Would definitely stay here again. - JulieDR
Nov 2015 - $15.00
One of the nicest COE parks in the country. Pleasantly surprised to happen upon this park when all others were filled over the Thanksgiving weekend. Immaculate grounds and watching the boats go through the lock is interesting. Wide sites, paved parking for the RV, very nice covered picnic table and well maintained landscaping throughout. Only drawback is there are no sewers but there is a dump station. - RVtravelers2
Nov 2015 - $14.00
We stayed here before and on "our" same site overlooking the COE locks.
Campground is immaculate in all respects, the only drawback is lack of sewers, typical of most Corps parks. Will definitely come again.
If one would look for the town of Ortona on a map I doubt they'd ever find this park. It should be listed under the town of "LaBelle", 8 miles to the west, or about 20 miles west of Clewiston. Don't think the town of Ortona exists. - gatordan
Feb 2016 - $38.00
The owners/staff could not have been more accommodating. This is an old park and many of the spaces are now permanent, older trailers, but the owners keep them looking nice. Many of the lots are on the small side but the park is quiet so the closeness is not much of a problem.
Most of the residents are winter snowbirds who have been coming there for years. Everyone is very friendly.
This is a dog friendly park which has two large dog runs.
We had no occasion to use the bathroom since our motorhome is self contained. - K9 camper
Feb 2015 - $25.00
We were assigned a site very close to the road. Site had no picnic table and was very small. Road noise was tolerable. This park is filled with long term units and residents. The bathrooms were dated. One shower had a curtain with mold three inches up from the bottom. Obviously should have been replaced months ago! - Wyboo
Dec 2010 - $10.00
I rated this park a 5 because of the fact it's a primitive campground area. Take CR 832 from highway 29 near Felda. Then turn on the last road on the right called Wild Cow Grade. The road into the campground is gravel but not bad. The numbered sites on Panther Pond would be too small for anything over roughly 27 feet and are well shaded. However just a little farther in there is an open field area that would take a big rig and generators are allowed to be run there. I've seen deer, hogs, a bobcat, otters, gators and many bird species. The quiet and scenery are great and well off the busy typical park. Miles of roads and trails. I find it better than Everglades national park. - Goinmobile
Oct 2009 - $44.00
Great location. Friendly people on site and residents are nice. Must know the cleaning schedule for bathrooms before visiting them. Otherwise it's a hike to other restrooms. Close to beach and trolley service. - tentbychoice
Oct 2007 - $42.00
They are right on Highway 41 with a lot of traffic noise. They will tell you that it quiets down at night but they are not trying to sleep there. They are very strict on the dog rules, which are good, but if you do not know the rules you will be literally be ran down by the office manager and yelled at in front of anyone around. If there is anything that she doesn't agree with she will cuss and yell at anyone (her guests and the employees). The campground is well groomed and in pretty decent shape. If it is warm and people are running their air conditioners there will be a lot of power outages. Very few 50 AMP sites! They do not have enough picnic tables either. I would never stay at this campground again with what I experienced and seen from the manager. A lot of very nice people there that need to let the corporate office know how they are treated. I for one have. - dalley
Apr 2007 - $34.00
This RV park has been here many years, so I am surprised it has not been reviewed. A few years ago it was bought by Wilder Corp.(they own resorts throughout Florida and Texas). I had a problem with this resort, and for that I rated them lower than I otherwise would have. I drive a big rig(45'), so do not like surprises, and always call ahead. In this case it was a month ahead of time. When I arrived I was assigned a site, but it did not have 50 amp. I require 50 amp, and in April in Florida would be needing the a/c which uses that amperage. When I contacted the front office I was told that there were no 50 amp sites available (my reservation was for two weeks), and that I was told when I made the reservation that 50 amp service may not be available. Since I would never had made the reservation under those circumstances, I protested, found another place to stay, and asked for a refund. If you go to their website you will see they have a very stringent refund policy. Well, they knew they were wrong, and two months later I got my refund. The park itself is fine. The entrance is cramped, but the roads and sites are fine. The pull-throughs have nothing but grass (i.e. no concrete, no gravel, no buffers). It is a well located park in South Fort Myers near WalMart. I would not return there, but others might find it to their liking. - EssexBob
Nov 2015 - $24.00
Initial impression on the phone an hour away was that they didn't want us to come in. We arrived at 5:00 pm on the nose (office closing time) and they acted like it was midnight...they were very put out. The first quarter mile of driveway was horrendously bad and we really thought we were going to a dump. Then we make the final turn into the park and the "curb appeal" was amazingly beautiful. Then we meet the clueless and rude office staff only to be handed off to a very personable site escort. Talk about extreme conflicting first impressions...
After we settled, we walked the grounds. Occupancy rate at the moment is maybe 30% so it feels roomy. When the place fills up in a couple of months, it will be extremely crowded in here. I think we have the only pull-through site out of 300 sites. The sites are grassy and level and utilities are good, but it will be sloppy when wet. Landscaping is pretty especially in the front part of the park with the pool, pond, main facilities, etc. Facilities all look new and extremely clean.
$24/night is the "PA" rate. Not a true 50% rate because we had to pay $3.00 for electric and additional $ for WiFi (both are included at regular $42/nightly rate). This gives us a feeling of being nickeled and dimed to death.
We would stay again if we knew management had a better handle on customer service and the rate policies were cleaned up. We stayed at a bargain rate, but would have felt better paying more and not feeling like they pulled a fast one on us. - Full-Time Roamers
Mar 2015 - $38.00
The road into park was much worse than many dirt roads I have used while hunting. Have used park for 3 years, and it has gotten worse annually. Placed on inadequate location in old section with required 50a mp hookups. Sewer hookup higher than outlet on motorhome. Location tight for 42'. After a one-hour wait and 3 trips to office found manager making a personal call.
She arrived and in 15 seconds said space next to us would not be used. Upon arrival stayed for 30 days. Power not only on our spot but also on whole street kept going out. Park employee tried to identify problem without success. Did get electrical contractor for repairs; did fix some issues but we still had disruptions. Inexperienced manager kept saying it was our unit.
Manager very condescending to guests much older. She had no idea what was happening in her park. We along with others will not return next year. I would not recommend this park to anyone.
The newer section didn't seem to have problems. - trims
Feb 2015 - $35.00
Generally a very nice RV park. Our site was not adequate for the size of our RV. The showers and restrooms were clean and well maintained. WiFi service was good, but you pay for it. Area around the lake deck was was trashy and the pool area is way to small for the number of people that use it. Get there at 8:00 am to get a lounge chair. Lots of organized activities. - Boyds nest
Jan 2016 - $55.00
We stayed here for 5 weeks in the pull-though sites during Christmas and New Years. We took the pull throughs since we could not get a back in longer term site. The sites were huge, 70-80 feet long and we had no problem getting in or parking our truck in front of the 5th wheel camper. The campground staff were fantastic, helpful and friendly. All the campers we met were friendly. Many were staying the winter and many were just passing thourgh. The campground is conveniently located near many shopping centers, and easy access to Fort Myers, Cape Coral and Bonita Springs. They had a wonderful church service that was very popular in the campground. We totally enjoyed our stay and are planning to return next winter, if we can get a site! - 3RVERS
Nov 2015 - $56.00
This was our second trip to the Ft Myers area and we are so glad we found this campground! It is spacious and beautiful. It is easily located right off of 41 so you can get anywhere you want; however, the traffic does get a bit heavy but that is no fault of the campground. We only had a few days this trip but we are already planning our return. Who wouldn't want to return to paradise! - Kittyj9
Aug 2015 - $53.00
Lovely park and very convenient location. Friendly staff. We use it to visit our daughter at FGCU which is only 10 minutes away. Pull through sites are awesome and long enough to handle the biggest rigs with toads. - johngalt1061
Aug 2014 - $36.00
We stayed at Calusa Cove after losing our previous reservation at another campground, because of returning home for a family emergency. Calusa Cove was the only campground I could find available on short notice for the month of February, 2015. The campground is very small and very rustic. The campground owner was very courteous and extremely helpful. We were greeted warmly and given a nice large site. There are no amenities, but we were thankful to find a spot for the very busy month of Feb. We had a very nice shaded, large yard area for our two small dogs. Calusa Cove wouldn't be our first choice of a Campground, but it served our purposes of seeing Ft. Myers and the surrounding areas. The other people in the campground were very friendly and helpful. Calusa Cove is trying to improve their campground all the time. - campers5350
Feb 2013 - $40.00
This is a very rustic RV park. No bathrooms or showers so you must have a self contained unit. However, if you just want a place to park while you go out to explore, this will work just fine. The couple who checked us in were very friendly and helpful. The park is very quiet. The RV sites are a bit irregular, just grassy areas with hookups. Great place to bring a dog and mountain bikes as there are some long trails out of the back of the park. We were glad to find this place as all other parks were full and those that had space were very expensive. Nice new shopping mall only 5 miles south, dog beach about 9 miles south. - User3335
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is a Snowbird park, with a few full time residents and fair amount of park models, but not a trailer park. Out of season it's a Ghost town. We stayed 1-1-15/ 3-1-15. 850.00 a month for 50 amp. Park is old and it shows. There is a full calendar for snowbirds in season but doesn't offer much outta season. Pool is small, laundry was broke more than functional. Bathhouse weren't nasty, but far from nice. Sites are all grass, fairly level. When it rains most of the sites will flood. Multiple units stuck trying leave if it rained the night before. Roadways are paved which is nice for walking, and there is a decent nature trail. Cops were called more than once for theft and drug sales. We started referring to it as the Sun and Shady. Also there is very little shade in the park. Must purchase WiFi, can't remember the price, but it did work with pretty good speed. Location isn't bad its in between Punta Gorda and Fort Myers. They do allow all Breed and Size dogs, which is rare for SW FL. - Mikele
Feb 2015 - $75.00
We recently stayed at Sun-N-Shade RV Park in Punta Gorda for 15 nights while visiting my parents in a nearby modular home park. This is an older modular home park converted into an RV facility. The streets are extremely narrow and some of the sites are difficulty to navigate. There is no cable and WiFi is an additional, exorbitant charge. Our site was mostly grass and when it rained became a septic smelling swamp. On the good side, the staff and residents were friendly and helpful and they have availability for short-term parking during the prime season. No other sites were available for 100's of miles around. They also had a storage site available for our RV while we took a 7-day cruise before starting our stay. We will probably be back due to availability and close proximity to my parents. - ram14830
Oct 2014 - $15.00
Very friendly and helpful management. Streets are narrow, however, I was able to maneuver a 40' fifth wheel with no problems. Grass sites were a little soft, but again no major issues. Only stayed one night. Residents are very friendly. - Digetydog
Jan 2016 - $29.00
Good screening between site so not for big rigs unless you are OK getting paint scratched & not using slides. Sites deep & narrow. Paradise for kayakers; less than 1/4 mile to launch on Estero River then 4.5 miles to Estero Bay & Gulf of Mexico. Campground well back from US41 so minimal traffic noise. Delightful overall. - BigPa
Sep 2015 - $28.00
We were excited when we found this campground because southwest Florida is jammed with concrete, overcrowded cities of motorhomes and this was like stepping back in time. It is wooded and rustic. The sites are very private but the foliage providing the privacy also makes the sites tight. There were some bugs but we were in the middle of a jungle setting so if you can't take a few bugs, stay out of Florida, or don't camp for that matter! Stay in a hotel. The most fun of this campground is the fact that when you drive out you are surrounded by shopping and restaurants. We loved the juxtaposition of it all! We will probably return if we come back to this area. - Janemariejoe
Jun 2015 - $28.00
We found this campground to be just right for our needs. We have been visiting southwest Florida for years and last visit we came just for the museum but saw the campground and decided to give it a try this year. It is older and may not be everybody's cup of tea but we enjoyed our stay very much. The site was private because of the foliage and the grounds were clean. The area has grown so much in the past few years so it is a nice balance to stay in a rustic setting but be within minutes of shopping and great restaurants. Jeff's Chinese in the plaza across the street was very good. - James Harris
Dec 2015 - $45.00
Checkin was smooth, fast and friendly. Our site was level and fully serviced e/w/s. Cell and Sat reception was very good. Their campground wifi was iffy - it is being replaced by new provider? Pool was heated but could use a good powerwash cleaning. Many full-time winter snowbirds. Lots of activities. Overall friendly atmosphere. Only negative was dealing with their new Harbormaster(?). Totally lacks personal skills when dealing with customers. Didn't see that side when he was around staff/ management, just when not in their presence. Rumor was he is going to run their new riverside bar? That should be interesting! Will return and recommend to others. - Snowbird22
Mar 2015 - $35.00
This park is not a resort unless you are a golf lover. Even then that is pushing it. Shower areas are filthy and scary to shower in. Laundry is very small both areas have only 4 washers. Power goes off all the time here without warning. Not very good for electronics in the unit. When water is working the pressure is very poor. Park is over 15 miles to the nearest grocery store so laying in supplies is a must. Office staff makes up rules as they go. Policies change constantly without notice to anyone. I would not stay in this joke of a park again. - cowboysailor
Mar 2015 - $25.00
Are you kidding; run from this place if you want your sanity. This park is said to be in Moore Haven, but that is the furthest town from the park. You are 20 minutes from any town. The people who run the park have no clue what they are doing. The office is only open Monday - Friday from 10 am - 5 pm. They do not carry any RV supplies of any kind. They have an overpriced restaurant, golf course and the campers plan the activities not the employees. Things break down and they do not fix it. Our electric meter was broken and instead of fixing it, they decided on a flat rate to just charge us. The staff is more than clueless on how to bill and what they are doing. While we were here, the power and water went out together with no notice and no one was informed as to why, but the entire park was out. The spaces are nice, but no one obeys the rules. Dogs run without leashes. People who have camped here every winter for the past 10 years are not going to be returning to this park. I would avoid this park at all costs. No one even knows who the owners are. - dkjellander
Jul 2015 - $25.00
This park is truly a piece of quiet paradise : )
Cows and horses off in the pastures ( they love treats )
Mini horses that you can ask to have the ranch hand take small ones for a ride on...
Awesome heated pool, wifi, clubhouse, pentaque, horseshoes, shuffleboard, and stocked ponds...
RELAX : )))) - Frankie dee
Apr 2015 - $12.00
The only downfall is a 15 mile trip to the nearest stores. A small convenience store within 1/2 mile is due to open, so that should help. It would be wise to stock up on groceries.
They have the standard RV park rules, but the unique thing is they enforce them! Absolutely great staff.
Our AT&T worked well for both voice and data. Typical Wi-Fi is available, not great, but adequate.
The best testimony I can give is : Are we returning again this winter and spending our money there?? YES-YES-YES.
After living in South Florida for 35 years I can attest that this is the best park for the buck in the area. - Dog Folks
Feb 2014 - $12.00
We stayed here 2 months mid January to mid March, 2014. This is a terrific park and the only reason I am rating an 8 instead of a 9 is because you park on grass and the roads are dirt. Otherwise, I would have given it a 9. The other reason is because you are 18 miles to the closest grocery store. I just planned the menu for the week and we shopped once a week. Spaces are flat and it was very easy to level your unit. The place has a miniature golf course but they were putting down new outdoor carpet so we didn't play the course. 3 small lakes are on the property and a couple of 'local' small gators and turtles call this place home. Laundry has 4 washers - 2 cost $1.50 and 2 cost $1.75. Not sure why they don't have all 4 the same cost. Dryers are the nice type that you can just feed with quarters until your clothes are dry. Cost is $0.25 per 8 minutes. They have a pool table, dart board 'man cave'. Also have a nice size rec room with kitchen area. Free library of VHS videos, books and games. You can request a space under trees with shade or be in the sun. Very large cyclone fenced dog park. Concrete patio with picnic table. Plenty of parking. Small store at the office with milk, beer, candy, ice cream, personal items, and a few RV repair items. Lots of places to ride your bikes. 2 shuffleboard courts, 2 Patagne (botche ball) courts, horseshoe pits, and swimming pool. - FullTimeRVers
Feb 2016 - $68.00
This is as good as it gets. We had an accident, and stopped in on a morning in early February, without a reservation, and with a real sob story in hand which the Manager and his Staff were graciously able to take our word for. By doing so, they bailed us out of several nights of dry camping at a time when there was no other available RV site in the entire area during the absolute top of the high season. The Manager and Staff could not have been more helpful, going way, way out of their way to find sites for us in this beautiful, completely full park. We have never been treated better, and the sites that were assigned to us were spectacular ones, and we have never seen an RV park this nice. Very spacious, very long, sites well designed for living that we have never seen the equal of anywhere. This park, where the sites are usually owner occupied, has a Home Owner's Association which has a Manager and Staff running it, in a very upscale way. We do not know how our stay here could have been improved upon, and appreciate all that the Staff did for us, and the excellent sites that we stayed in. We would definitely stay here again. - jmorgan54
Jan 2016 - $95.00
We wanted to get away to sunny Florida for a few weeks but most decent campgrounds were full. We ended up booking here and had to pay the full month plus a day when we were only going to be staying for 19 days. The campground is nicely laid out, spots are adequate in size, some better than others, the utilities all worked fine, and the pool and spa were a nice addition. The "locals" in the campground were very friendly and honestly they were having a heck of a good time. Every day they were doing some kind of activity and then ending up at the onsite bar in the afternoon. We are not retired yet so it was interesting to witness. Overall the park was fine but we won't go back. We felt trapped in the park, trapped in the area, and trip provided nothing of the camping life that we enjoy. I will say the one negative of this park and many of this type are that no one wants you to walk on the grass. If you have dogs, which we have 2, it's basically a struggle to walk with any enjoyment when at every turn there is a "don't walk on the grass" sign. Give it a rest with that crap. We all pick up after our dogs and they are a part of most campers life so lighten up with that. - aurunner98
Dec 2015 - $50.00
This park is run like a park should be run, making you feel welcome from the office to the person taking you to your site to the neighbors coming and introducing themselves. The park is immaculate, wifi is good and you feel like you are home. The pool is nice and happy hour is wonderful. Definitely would return every chance I get. - PAYOFF
Mar 2012 - $39.00
We were greeted in the business office by a barking blind dog and five rescue cats. Although, I applaud this effort, I'm not sure all would be comfortable with it. After a ten minute wait a friendly. helpful human led us to our site, and helped us back in (we are beginners). A neighbor then assisted us with getting situated. We then went to find the community bathroom in which we occasionally take showers and were appalled. I went in feeling dirty and left feeling worse. It was filthy, looks as though it is never cleaned, or maintained. If I had wanted to swim, I would have had to deal with a handful of kids. I found this odd in a park that advertises for adults over 55 (in which I seek). One of two dryers was not working and we were just a bit intimidated by a few confederate flags displayed by some of the residents. We won't be back, or recommend it to others, yet we enjoyed some things in the area: especially the dog beach not too far away. We left earlier then we had intended on our next leg to our journey. Happy Trails! - Recession Road RV
Dec 2015 - $27.00
We have stayed here many times in the past and knew the streets were narrow, however our site usually was more that satisfactory. This time was very different. We were stuck back in a corner spot with a park model under construction less that 10 feet away and highway traffic no more that 25 feet away. The entrance to our site was barely wider than our motor home. We asked for a different site and were told that nothing was available. This park has basically eliminated most of the RV sites in favor of new park models. It is no longer RV friendly. We also are trying to get rid of an infestation of fire ants. We will never return to this park. - Summer Minnesotan
Dec 2012 - $40.00
Arrived on 12/1, and were assigned a so-called pull through site for our 37' motorhome w/tow vehicle. The road and site were so narrow, my husband had to pull over the patio and then back up to park in our site. Not an easy task because our site was between two older park models, and our neighbor was remodeling the interior of his very old trailer. His lot was filled with piles of debris, an open trailer full of junk & a golf cart, which was parked well into our site. Even though a "ranger" escorted us to our site, he seemed oblivious to the mounds of debris. New piles appeared every day, but few were ever hauled away. This man was so rude & noisy. His table saw was right under our bedroom window, and his door, which he let slam every time he went in & out, was next to the saw. He worked off and on from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. Even though quiet time is from 11 pm. to 7 a.m, there were several nights he felt the need to go out to his car in the middle of the night, and of course, letting the door slam! We rarely make complaints, but by the 21st, we decided to go talk to the park manager, and ask for a refund. She was not in, but the clerk took our complaint and said she would be back in on the 26th, and would address our issues. In the mean time, a ranger was to check the site & speak to the man next door. Christmas day, the saw was going, the door was slamming, etc. We left on New Years Day, and never saw or heard from the manager! On January 3rd, a clerk from the office did call, to say the manager told her we couldn't have a refund, but said she did offer us a free week if we would like to come back! Sorry, but even though we are full-time Rvers, we won't be returning to Indian Creek, even for free! Also think we'll pass on any other Sun RV Resorts if this how they treat their customers. - Jean Badyna
Sep 2012 - $22.00
Lots of permanent RVs in the RV section. The mobile home section was separate. The pool was great, however, no floats allowed. The resort was clean and the bathrooms were good. We would stay again - however, bring a screen house as the no-see-ums are brutal! - bbnh2000
Nov 2015 - $18.00
Very clean park, mostly seasonal or permanent sites. A full calendar of things to do. One negative....the sites are short (45'-50'), and roads are narrow (8'-10'). Very tight getting in and out. Within a couple of miles of the Sanibel bridge. - ta96silver
Mar 2013 - $31.00
Stayed at Groves in 24' travel trailer for one week. Park is old, sites are small, and most of the sites are seasonal homes. That being said, staff was very friendly, residents were also friendly, and there were lots of activities available. Proximity to local attractions made the stay very enjoyable. We would consider returning for a short period, but would not consider a long term stay at this park as there are other resorts in the Fort Myers area. - Linda & George
Feb 2012 - $48.00
We stayed here for two days. This is mostly a permanent RV park. The spaces a VERY tight with many having no view of anything other than the back or front of another REV. Ours was the view of the back end of a permanent park model. You have to be desperate to want to stay here in an RV. The Wi-Fi did not work very well and is not worth the money. I will say they were very nice in getting me a space for a couple of days and for that I thank them.. - User1859
Nov 2015 - $19.00
Pulled in at 3:05 pm just as the office was being closed up for the day...they made us come in the next day to settle our account...grrrr. Our site escort was an extremely kind gentleman who started to squeeze us in between two RVs while there was 30-40 empty sites just a few feet away. He had to call back to the office lady for permission to allow us one of the sites with a little breathing room...permission was begrudgingly granted.
This is a large, pretty park in a country setting. The grounds and facilities are very well maintained and clean. It's predominately a snowbird park, but it's evident they stay on top of the guests to ensure nobody starts to look trashy.
Good value at PA rate, but Wifi is not included. I don't understand them not having a single pull-through with all the land available...hint, hint. - Full-Time Roamers
Oct 2015 - $22.00
We spent an unanticipated three nights here while awaiting delivery of a part from Tiffin due to a faulty sensor from our DEF tank. Were in a "pull thru" site, which is mostly grass with a concrete slab on part of the site. Not many winter people had yet arrived for the season, but the manager told me they expected to be full over the winter. The park overall is flat, without landscaping, and not that impressive, but the manager and workers were simply wonderful, eager to help out in any way. We were led to our site by looping around a very narrow long road, glad someone was there to guide us. Trash goes in a dumpster in the back of the park. You are in the middle of nowhere here, surrounded by cattle fields, about 8 miles north of Moore Haven. A reasonable stopping point when traveling down U.S. 27 heading for the Keys, or vice versa. We would return. - M&M
Feb 2015 - $15.00
Price reflects a monthly rate with electric. There is nothing around. I mean nothing. Mostly snowbirds. We stayed for a month. Picked this place because we were going on a cruise from Miami and it was a good place to leave the rv with electric. Convenient to go to either coast. An hour to Ft Myers. The downside was the water. It had a terrible iron color to it. We had to change out all our water filters twice.
We were told when I made reservtions we would be in a deluxe site. They squeezed us into a very tight spot. The street was small and narrow with cars and trucks parked in front of rigs on the street. The host had to go door to door to ask people to move their cars so we could back in. But they did have a back lot to park our trailer and didn't charge us for that.
The highway noise is a big minus. Truck traffic all night from Hwy 27. - burtonsbuggy
Feb 2011 - $49.00
Good park. Mostly permanent homes. Restrictive on kids. Lots of activities. - RagFlyer
Jan 2011 - $49.00
We made reservations from Woodall's going by 5 star rating. This RV Park is only 20% RV's so we are squeezed between park model's of which there are hundred's. Cable TV is not offered so our only choice is direct TV which was a huge issue. This should not be classified as an RV Park. When calling to make reservations remember to ask about cable and Park Model's. We will make other plans for next year but Woodall's needs to have more details. - vergene
Nov 2015 - $15.00
Alligator Park is one of the nicest parks we've stayed at in Florida but is primarily a resident-occupied park. There appears to be lots of back-in spots open for transients in the park's central area (there's no pull-through spots) and each site has a concrete pad and grassy sitting areas. The park is extremely well maintained with the grass cut to the perfect length and everything very clean. WIFI is available for additional cost but a user fee in such a low cost park isn't offensive. Verizon worked well as did OTA television. Check-in was easy; the staff helpful and overall process quick and efficient. I can't think of anything I'd change at this park to make it better. My wife and I will definitely stay here again. - fruffiii
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Due to medical problems, stayed 6 months starting mid December 2014.
Daily price is a rough average (high and low seasons).
Wide paved streets, very good power (although some outages from the local power company).
Heavy rain in summer did not cause any problems with the site due to good drainage.
People were very accommodating.
Laundry uses credit cards only so didn't have to worry about getting quarters.
Some sites fully paved, others grass with concrete pad. - MissingLinc
Oct 2013 - $36.00
Quiet park with many owner owned lots. No pull-through, but good level sites. Slabs and grass depending on site. Nice pool, baths, and library. Staff was easy to work with. Monthly rates are high all over Florida as was this park. Well kept, no trash. Would stay again. - sballey
Mar 2014 - $46.00
On the face of it, this resort should not rate as well as it does! But for the price and location it is hard to beat. Sites are level and many are concrete, but they are not large! Lots of seasonal rentals, but everybody was very friendly without being obtrusive. Clean restrooms and good laundry at a fair price! WiFi worked well for me, but possibly because I was close to the office. I would give it a 10 if the sites were larger, but I would certainly stop here again - great value! - Limey51
Jun 2013 - $35.00
This is a great RV Resort. The location is near shopping areas and fuel. We spent a week here and loved it. We were escorted to our space which was cement, level and with a patio, plenty of room for chairs. Our space was near the lake allowing us to enjoy the view and ducks. The workers were very helpful. The trash was picked up every morning, which was nice. - Merlin001
Apr 2013 - $48.00
The park is conveniently located to visit Naples or the Ft. Myers area. We stayed in a premium spot (#30) which is a level concrete pad, concrete patio with a picnic table. The hosts are very friendly and knowledgeable of the area sights and restaurants. Everything in the park appears to be well maintained. The park is a mix of permanent residents and RV's. My only negative comments would be that the roads are a bit narrow, but not impossible and the sewer connection is a little high for good flow, and all connections are in back of the site. - buckeye1268
Oct 2015 - $45.00
Nice park with most sites on water. Spaces are tight and close, but fine if using as a base for exploring area. Had a problem with 50 amp power, told office and problem was resolved in 5minutes. Actually,maintenance man was at site before I could get back from office.. We would stay here again. - Romer1
Apr 2015 - $65.00
Wonderful week there! Staff was very accommodating when we wanted to change sites-we saw one empty we liked better. View of bay was gorgeous. We kayaked right off our site. Beautiful and clean boat docks. Park was very nice, spaces are small but able to accommodate big rigs. Pool nice. Very close to bridge to Ft Myers Beach- we walked over to avoid the traffic. Definitely would go back. We were advised that this was a subpar park by someone who was there 3 years ago. We learned that the kids took it over and upgraded a lot and continue to make improvements. We loved it. Very pet friendly. - ken and Mary spaeth
Mar 2015 - $50.00
This was an overnight stay for us while traveling to a state park destination and we're not used to staying in a wall-to-wall RV resort. It was March and a full park so we had very close neighbors. The sites are very narrow and small. Our site, as most are, was right on the bay and quite lovely to sit outside with a cool March bay breeze. Nice facilities and boat docks. Conveniently located and filled with folks who stay for months at a time - year after year. Our preference is more of a natural setting such as a state park with a fire ring and grill, but for the RVers who like to have all the comfort facilities right there for long stays, this seems like a good place. - Jeanne D
Mar 2015 - $25.00
We spent the winter here and chose it because it is 2 miles to the beach. Park is old and not built for large motor homes. "Sardines in a can" comes to mind. Neighbors felt it was okay to sit their chairs under our window awnings to get out of the sun. Cable blacks out daily. Water pressure is terrible. Had wifi in park when we arrived but park discontinued it. You must go to clubhouse to use it. Manager is very unfriendly. Restrooms/showers are clean but there is no set time when they clean so you don't know until you go over if you'll be able to use. Laundry is by card that has a $10.00 minimum. Cost of a wash/dry is 3.00 so if you do 3 loads they get an extra $1.00 from you. Lawn service mowed when we first arrived but were careless about trimming. They only showed up every 2-3 weeks later in stay but weeds and grass continued to grow. We have weeds growing around our tires and steps. We arrived before our neighbors so didn't have a problem parking but they had to move their truck and flowers before we could pull out. Will not return. - Pennylee
Jan 2015 - $55.00
Staff when checking in were delightful however there was no one around or willing to show us to our site... No biggy but they do advertise this service. Park is mainly comprised of permanent mobile homes - seems to be a nice community but no one stopped to say hello. The trolley stop to the beach and Times Square is directly opposite the front gate- 75 cents and you are at a most beautiful beach. Make sure you go down to the pier to watch the sunset! The sites are all grass and ours wasn't level, water hook up was a shared point off to the side of our site - glad we have a long hose! Road ways are extremely narrow - backing our 40 foot 5th wheeler was a bit of a challenge and would have been more so if someone had been in the site next door. Overall a pleasant enough stay but would probably look elsewhere next time. - Aussie Gap Year
Jun 2014 - $33.00
This is an older RV Park with mostly permanent park models. The park is very clean and the staff was very friendly. Roads in the park are extremely narrow, but the corner site I was assigned was easy to get into once I approached from the right direction. Cable didn't work, but I was able to pick up about 30 stations on my antenna. Laundry facilities require a card that you have to get from the office which was closed when I went to do laundry. And the laundry room is open to the outdoors, so as I walked in I spotted a large snake crawling under one of the washers. - kgarrett9999
Sep 2015 - $95.00
The view and the access to the beach is awesome on the beach side of the park. The front row is the beach. Wifi works and the cable requires a box that you can get from the office. Sand with cement patios and picnic tables. Had to pay extra for our dog, $3 a day. - ChiefET
Sep 2015 - $68.00
Spent Labor Day weekend at this park and very disappointed as to the number of trailers they cram in. We had 6 campers and we had to stager them in our sites just so we could all open our slides and awnings. We were tripping over each other's sewer hoses.
As we walked around and look at other sites some sites didn't even have room for tables, one site literally was on the corner and their door opened onto the street. Ridiculous
This will not be a place we return to. Waste of money. - Senora Frog
Jan 2015 - $94.00
We stayed here for about 3 weeks in January as we do each year. We stay on the beach side and always enjoy our stay. Staff will assist you in getting into your site.The sites are very tight as with most beach front camping areas but we have been coming here a long time and most of the people are now friends so it really does not matter to us. The price is high, but for us it is worth the cost. Staff, as they have always been to us, were great. We hope to keep coming here for many years. - delta 26
Dec 2014 - $20.00
This is a decent 55+ park in a great location for visiting several surrounding beaches. Sites are well spaced for multiple slides with concrete patios and gravel for the RV. There are activities & a heated pool that is well maintained. It is quiet. The price shown was for a monthly Dec. stay. We plan to return. - Ron and Jane
Jan 2014 - $33.00
Like many other parks in Florida, this one is set up for older folks who want to hang out in nice weather during the winter months, not for families who are on the move and want a nice place for a short layover. That said, my wife and I were ready for a break from our travels and we really liked this place. It is located just a short drive from the excellent Bonita Beach, Fort Myers Beach, Lover's Key State Park, and a little further, Sanibel Island. Many excellent restaurants and shopping areas are nearby. The park itself has lots of activities - tennis, pickle ball, horseshoes, pool sports and many other park events. The folks are friendly, although conversations aren't usually about traveling around in an RV. Sites are a bit tight and interspersed with lots of permanent structures. Utilities are strong and sites are level (we stayed at #186). As previously reported, the WiFi is terrible and a constant topic of complaint, so bring your own if you can. Cell coverage is good and each site has a concrete patio and strong table. Laundry rooms are screened in areas with lots of machines, but a card system was used that we didn't like. Cards for laundry were recharged at the office, so laundry couldn't be done during off-hours or on Sundays unless you planned ahead. UPS and Fedex delivered directly to sites, so this is a good place to stay if you need to do some fix-ups on your rig. We recommend it to anyone 55+ looking for an excellent location to hang out for a while. The daily rate was based on a one-month stay, and be sure to reserve early for January-March. - LowesTravels
Mar 2013 - $35.00
We stayed here for about four months this year and plan to come back next year as well. Overall it is a great place to spend the winter in Florida we would rate it very highly. Negatives: They claim to have WiFi but it is not usable. The landscaping is sparse--sketchy grass, stickers that get in dogs' feet, very few trees. Spaces are of various sizes and pretty close together. Parking is tight during Jan-Mar. The office help acts like you are disrupting their day whenever you ask a question or have an issue. Positives: This is the friendliest and most active RV park we have ever stayed at. There are so many things to do every day and people are so friendly. There are "happy hours" every day at 4 at sites all over the park and anyone is welcome to drop in. It is like a big neighborhood in Leave-it-to Beaver land or a college dorm for the over 55 set. Dinner dances, bike trips, cards and games of all kinds, tons of people at the pool and everyone is outdoors walking and chatting all day. It is generally quiet at night. The Bonita Springs area is a delightful place to spend time--great beaches, great restaurants, and night life. Interesting natural areas nearby, cultural events in Naples and Ft. Myers, and the best weather anywhere in the country in the winter. We highly recommend and hope to see you there next year! - MrSunshine
Jan 2016 - $50.00
Not a Encore showcase park. Pay wifi , pay TV , awful drainage , mud and standing water not being addressed by management.
We are 6 month residents who probably will not be back. Big rigs barely fit in most sites and get stuck in many. Encore does nothing about the problems. Residents here are great. Ends there. - riopreto
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Rate was off-season with military retiree discount. Regular rate in-season might affect "value" rating I suspect. Densely configured park but it works well. Most sites are pull-through picnic table. Many full-time park models with substantial improvements/additions, all well maintained by retiree-owners. FHU sites with CATV. Strong AT&T and Verizon cell service. Shopping for all needs and tastes withing half an hour, with Walmart & grocery stores less than 5 minutes away. Wonderful rec center back by the kayak launch on Alligator Creek with most extensive take-one, leave-one library I've ever seen, plus fitness equipment, pool tables, etc. BTW, it's called Alligator Creek for a good reason so be careful. Many tourist attractions close by catering to all interests from shell collecting to fishing, golf, and many other sports and intellectual pursuits. There's even a good pistol and rifle range at Babcock-Webb Wildlife Management Area, five minutes away. You almost can't go wrong here and the staff will be most helpful in every way. Good commercial campground. - KodiakHouse
Aug 2014 - $39.00
Nice resort and we would definitely stay here again. Level sites, concrete pad for your patio, easy hook-ups, picnic table, activities and close to shopping. Equidistant from Fort Myers and the Edison/Ford homes or Sarasota and the Ringling, both sites that we enjoyed a lot. Most here are here for the season but there are many 'transients' like my husband and I who were there for a week. - swike
Feb 2015 - $45.00
One word describes this "Resort", TIGHT! Interior roads are the width of the mirrors on a motorhome and corners are sharp. Sites are mostly back-to-back so utility hookups are difficult with slides extended. Patio space, on grass, is tight but since sites are angled there is some separation between sites. The angled site eases entry, but exiting means either backing out or making a more than ninety degree turn into the narrow road. The turn is sometimes made more difficult by the power pedestals located next to the road. Big rig motorhomes are difficult, big rig 5th wheels are harder.
This park is reasonably close to the city of Fort Myers and Gulf beaches and there is transportation to the beach nearby. Campers were friendly and staff was helpful when asked. Electric power and water was adequate. There is an extensive list of cable channels, but signal is weak resulting in grainy picture. - Travlin Tarheel
Jun 2014 - $32.00
There is poor customer service here. Stay away. The pool shuts down, early the bathrooms are outdated, and there is mouse poop in the women's bathroom that has been there during my whole stay there. The site's power are a 30/50 amp but none of them work correctly. The sites are small, and there are very narrow roads. They do not have any music playing at the pool. The activity hall is locked and residents and guest do not have access to it. They neglect to give you the codes to the bathroom. They require a color band to access the pool area but again neglect to give you a band. Which in theory you are not able to be in the pool area. They say they offer Wi-Fi; it never works and they encourage you to buy TengoInternet. I watched the so called manager raise his voice to residents. If you have mail go here, good luck. There is always someone else's mail in your mailbox, which questions am I getting all of my mail? Cable is also included but at many sites the cable boxes are not working, so cable wires run across the roads on the pavement. On a good note the laundry room was good. Terrible place to stay. Then they over charge you for your electricity. - wildwoman1963
Mar 2014 - $50.00
Some sites are good and others are crappy. We got a crappy one. The trailer next to us looked abandoned. A real eyesore (B-14). The picnic table at our site was broken. Another one was brought to us upon our request, but the broken one remained. The lot was dirt/gravel, mostly dirt. Rigs are packed in like sardines. The only good thing I can say is that the park is close to the causeway to Sanibel and to many restaurants, grocery stores, and other shopping areas. We arrived after hours and did not receive a welcome packet with any park information. Had to knock on our neighbors door to find out how to access Wi-Fi and find out where the laundry was. Not impressed with this place in the least. - urlookingood
Jan 2016 - $36.00
Excellent view of the lake with large site and easy hookup. All facilities are clean and well maintained. The friendly staff, planned activities and good security make this one of our favorites stops. - Becky Bivens
Mar 2015 - $46.00
I have never been to a friendlier park!! From the fact that the receptionist actually returned my call first thing in the morning so I could make a reservation, to the residents/campers there that welcomed us with open arms as if they had known us!! It's a resident owned with public campsites available for daily, weekly and monthly rates. Everyone there welcomes visitors with a smile and a hello. It's clean and manicured. We were impressed! We will definitely be back many times. - Our Beautious
Apr 2013 - $22.00
This is one of the cleanest parks we have seen. Staff and campers are very friendly. Our site is spectacular (Passport America, 2 nights). We were a bit hesitant to come here based upon reviews, but seriously, can't think of a negative. We will always stay here when in the area. They even ensure that all RVs are at least 3' off the road - both ends on pull-thrus. VERY level site as well. - The Ear Vinery
Feb 2016 - $70.00
This is a great tiny RV park, with only 9 or 10 total spots. We felt lucky to get in here (2 nights @ $70/night), and it's really worth it. The site is back-in only, shell and quite level. Some had picnic tables but we did not. Otherwise, good full hookups. Free WiFi; we had two large RVs between us and the WiFi router, with no signal for us. But I put our external WiFi antenna up, sticking way above the RVs, and got a great signal... enough to stream movies. The shared community shack was quite nice -- including book and DVD lending library -- and the dock and view of the bridge and river was very nice. Did I mention it's right on the water? Very nice! The grounds are well kept, with lots of landscaping, community fire pit (which we enjoyed one night), places to sit, etc. Free use of washer/dryer, too. Due to our short stay we really didn't have time to explore or enjoy the local area, but when we drove through the town it was quite lively and seemed like it would have a lot of interesting things to do and see. Even though it's a bit pricey, we would love to come back here for a longer stay. - RobtL
Mar 2014 - $50.00
This park totally fits the vibe that is Matlacha. Very eclectic. Walk to shops, bars and restaurants. There is a clubhouse with a kitchen, TV, etc. that appears to be in the finish stages. A community fire pit , tiki bar, lounge chairs, boat dock... We met several nice couples and had a great time. The spots are tight but everyone, including some really big rigs fit in. The Yacht Club in Coral Gables, about 20 minutes away provides a beach and a pool. We would return. - SteveandAnn
Apr 2013 - $50.00
Decided to visit based on prior review and resorts' website. Calling this park a resort is somewhat of a stretch. There are very few amenities. What they do have is a beautiful piece of land fronting Matlacha Sound to park your RV. They list eleven sites but if they were all full, you would be packed very tightly. We, however, along with two of our friends and their motorhomes, had the resort pretty much to ourselves. It was great, and we had a good time exploring downtown Matlacha (mat-la-shay). Several good seafood restaurants and art galleries. We plan on returning for a few days in the fall before the busy winter months. If you are looking for a few days in "old Florida," this is your place. Just don't expect the usual campground amenities. - Cheeph
Oct 2015 - $40.00
A couple of areas that weren't perfect but the service and helpfulness more than made up for it. Stayed for over 3 months due to medical issues and we were treated very well.
Power wasn't very good. Meter showed a consistent 108 volts so we were careful with what appliances we were running. Needed three 10' lengths of sewer hose, slightly up hill at our site (G28).
Mostly seasonal sites. Expect winter time would be hard to book.
A couple of pull throughs.
Would definitely stay again. - MissingLinc
Mar 2014 - $27.00
Amenities list high speed internet which is handled by Camp Link. Our site was 2 sites from an antenna, but internet wouldn't work. I phoned Camp Link and they told me it was their worst park because of the electrical noise from the Walmart Distribution Centre across the street. The Camp Link person on the phone gave me a full refund but also told me that the camp management knew about the internet problem. I had to buy an internet plan at Walmart that worked fine but Live Oak indicates it is included. The other problem we had is the pool temperature is only 78* which is quite cool. Except for the above two problems, this was a very nice well kept park with large lots. I told them about these two problems at the store and they made it sound like I was the first to ever mention it; however, many people I talked to at the pool told me they had voiced the same concerns and got the same response. - Jacknel
Jan 2013 - $27.00
Nice older RV park with many permanent sites. Short term RVs are parked at what they call the dog park, on grass with concrete patio's. The patios stick out of the ground a couple of inches causing a tripping hazard. The water is from a well and is strong with chlorine, dark clothing changes color when washed. There are two nice laundries. The pool and hot tub are old but well kept. There are a number of activities, but short term folks (those staying less than 6 months) are not really encouraged to attend. The golf course is 9 holes and very nice. The Peace River is close by, as is Punta Gorda. Beaches are 35 miles or more. Ft. Myers is 35 miles south and Sarasota is about 4o miles north. Arcadia is 20 miles north. There is a Wal Mart Distribution center across Hwy 17 from the park and at night you can hear the truck back up horns and hear the trucks being loaded making it difficult to sleep. The office staff and park residents are friendly and helpful. The prices are reasonable and the owners do not increase the prices often. We would stay here again but probably not for three months. - linfrog
Apr 2009 - $18.00
We kind of enjoyed this park for 2 nights. Inspite of the fact that it is out in the middle of nowhere, rundown and needs upgrading, we had a nice view of the estuary and enjoyed slamming the fish-cleaning house door to attract the large alligators to the dock. Also, a great wetlands bird-watching place. Some of the seasonal people were still there who were very friendly and told us that the park is almost full during season. They have a great clubhouse where they had an ice cream social and a resident bluegrass jam session. We would return for a few nights again if we are ever in the area. - Desertqueensb
Apr 2009 - $15.00
Park appears to be For Sale, Very rundown, low voltage power. Laundry all but defunct. Would not step foot in restrooms, let alone use them. No windbreaks makes a very windy park. Could barely see bottom of 4 ft swimming pool. Many, old, rundown RV's in this park. Only hard stand sites are in the parking lot, the rest is sand and gravel. There is no security gate so anyone can drive in. Water pressure is good. Club house but no activities that we could see. Fish cleaning house and boat docks. Park is very isolated with nothing around for several miles. We would not stay here again. It was a reduced rate park through RPI. - retditto
May 2015 - $20.00
Great park! Excellent location and price! Great friendly staff!
Park is very well maintained. It has a pool, gym, laundry facilities, shuffle board and other amenities.
They have very friendly swans in their lake that you can hand feed.
Plan to stay there again!! - Abner
Apr 2015 - $24.00
It's in a very good location. We enjoyed the gym (very good), shuffle board was beautiful. Swimming pool was a little small but nice, we enjoyed the sunsets by the lake. The best thing I can say is the location of the campground. - MikeMayNaama
Nov 2014 - $30.00
Very friendly and helpful management and office staff. The park is clean as well as the rest rooms and laundry facilities. The streets are narrow as well as the camp sites, however, I was able to maneuver a 40' fifth wheel with no problems. All the residents are very friendly. We would stay here again. - Digetydog
Jan 2016 - $63.00
As another reviewer stated, this is looking more like a trailer park than an RV resort because of so many park models. On the plus side, the park is immaculate and the sites on the lake are pleasant, except for the fact you are looking at mostly park models. Everyone is friendly enough, but they tend to socialize only with other long term residents, so we didn't meet as many other RVers as we'd like.
The price is high for what you get, and the location is pretty far out, requiring about 30 minutes to get into downtown Naples. Strip malls and grocery stores are nearby, however. We would choose something different next time. - Drakelos
Mar 2014 - $80.00
A condo park, with all sites owned. Immaculate. Gated entrance, paved roads and sites. Office near entrance and staff most helpful. Led to spacious site by a volunteer resident who offered much information. Everyone encountered most friendly. Good utilities. Very quiet. Our five nights in the area were very enjoyable. Would stay here again. - trees47
Jan 2014 - $50.00
Rate reflects monthly fee then add electric, which is a very high Kwh (avg $150/mo). This is a 100% owner park and it is gated. The setting is beautiful. Pads are average size. 50/50 back-ins vs pull-ins. 1 large and 1 small clubhouse with nice swimming pools. Lots of planned activities including meals, entertainment and dancing. Most of shopping etc. is within 15-30 minutes. We enjoyed the location. Good medical care is close. We rented directly from owner so the office staff was not quite as responsive because they were not making a commission on the rent. Mail sorting could have been better, but we did have a mailbox. Unfortunately this prime location is being converted from motor homes to park models as the owner population ages (avg age appears to be late 70's). The infrastructure is aging but the owners are active in volunteering to keep it nice. The reserves are strong so they keep the park in very good condition. Soon it will look like a trailer park. There are bear sightings in the park, pigmy rattlesnakes in the wooded areas, and alligators in the lake. Most owners want to know where you are from and how you made your living, to the point of making us uncomfortable. The owners have a class system in place which detracts from wanting to purchase here. The site costs have been reduced from the 2007/8 high but are still to high when you factor in all the other costs of ownership. The rental rate is to high during in-season for what you get so we will not return. On the positive side, they let us wash our coach on the site and permitted repairmen to work on the RV. - Boat Defender
Jan 2016 - $58.00
The plus for this campground is that it is one to two on Pine Island and is the closest to the island entrance. So it has a virtual monopoly and it acts like it. The staff is friendly enough especially the men that guide one to their site. After one makes a reservation on the KOA website the office charges and extra $4 per day Resort Fee! The cement sites, where most transients are assigned, are crumbling so boards are usually needed to level the rig. We have been staying here for the past 10 years or so and this year they assigned us to an undesirable grass only site that was too small. The office staff stated it was because they were booked. The Guide helped get us our usual concrete pad. During the next few days stay, we noticed many vacant sites so the `booked' statement was a pure lie. The site they `found' required us to back around a telephone/power pole but the guide helped us back into it. - Dick_B
Mar 2015 - $35.00
Let me start by saying my low rating of this park is in no way a reflection on the on site staff, they were for the most part great. The exception being the cleaning personal could have used more instruction and supervision. This park is a very old park that seems to be a KOA/Encore hybrid. The infrastructure is in dire need of upgrading. Patios are cracked and falling apart. The electrical system is woefully inadequate. During periods of peak demand power outages are common. - Evaluator
Jan 2015 - $40.00
The park was very well kept. My only complaint would be the lot sizes. Most were small. We lucked out as the one we were suppose to be in, we couldn't fit. So we had a large lot with the view of the lake,and ample space. - ceil
Nov 2015 - $55.00
This is our second time here. Stayed 5 days. Very quiet. Half mile to the beach. We couldn't get satellite for the trees but it was hot so the shade was welcomed. Bring your bikes. Lots of traffic. You can ride easier than driving.
The staff is very friendly. When you check in remember to bring cash or check. They don't accept credit cards. The park is mainly a mobile home park with many quaint little campers and trailers that looked to have been there for years. But, don't let that dissuade you from staying there. They're all very well kept with flowers and landscaping. The road is packed sand and crushed shell. The turns are a little tight but we made it to our site with our toads still attached. We'll be back. - cropduster
Nov 2015 - $55.00
The sites are sand mixed with grass and are level with a concrete patio...services worked good, no cable no wifi but got channels from antenna, cell service was ok, AT&T....we had plenty of room to maneuver our 36' mh...restrooms and showers are clean but need a upgrade....there are a lot of permanent residents but their sites are neat and tidy....close to everything on the island, a great place to stay if your spending all your time on the island....we would come back.... - smoky40
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We stayed a week and had a great time, could bike to the beach, approx 5 min ride. We bought our unit with a full bathroom so we can use our own facilities. Did check out the washroom and it was clean but not overly large, but then again, that's why we book full hookup sites and haven't used a campground washroom in years. WiFi has been discontinued and no cable, but good satellite signal. Pets are allowed, but no Dogs. We're planning to return again. - Michelle & Ann
Oct 2011 - $20.00
Like the campground and the people. Next to Peace River for kayaking (bring your own). Not far from Walmart, Cracker Barrel & Nav-a-gator. Water has a lot to be desired (sulfur) (dogs got the runs). Rain all day one day and run off was good, but soggy. Lots of fire ants but that's Florida. Will return again. - HOMEBODYFL1948
Jan 2010 - $30.00
This is a good park if you are on a very very tight budget. My site was muddy, the potable water is worse than horrible, and management is agreeable to anything: the park looks it! There's very small, tight parking areas. The staff keeps the park very neat and they do perform some services. This was my second park to stay at and I guess the first one spoiled me. I know a lot more now about picking a place to stay. - OPEPPER
Jan 2009 - $32.00
Great park close to the river . Older but very well kept very nice hosts and great neighbors very quiet out in the country .would stay here again . - crystal m.
Mar 2015 - $15.00
The park is very open with spacious sites, all back-in. Mostly seasonal snowbird residents, but all very friendly. There is not much to do in the area except fishing but this is the perfect place to relax and unwind. The only downside is lack of a pool. Good Wi-Fi, but no AT&T service, others might have better reception. - Oldbillm
Feb 2015 - $15.00
Nice park, mostly permanent sites. Stayed for five nights, owners were very nice and they took Passport America during the winter!! Not much nearby, but we enjoyed the peace and quiet. Very friendly campers here. - Landyachty
Jan 2013 - $25.00
If you're looking for a nice, quiet campground, this is it. It's out in the country, and you hear cows and roosters! Unfortunately, its also a drive to do any shopping, Clewiston having the closest WalMart, or Okeechobee for more shopping selection. There is an Indian casino about 10 minutes up the road that has great penny slot machines! Wi-fi was free but kept disconnecting and couldn't get re-connected. About half are permanent trailers. We used PA for 1 week, regular rate for 2nd week. - pandcallen
Jan 2016 - $48.00
The rate shown is based on the monthly rate plus the up charge for 50 amp service.
This is our third winter for a monthly stay in the Lakes section of the park. The Lakes addition was opened three winter seasons ago and offers wider open spaces than the older part of the park, albeit the sites are gravel with an adjacent concrete pad and picnic table. Roads throughout the park are paved. The Lakes also had previously offered very good Camplink provided internet service delivered to each site via cable and park provided modems. However for reasons that completely escape us, the Park switched to Tengonet wi-fi. Either they don't care, or hadn't researched Tengonet's dismal history of service at other parks that use them. The result has been almost no internet connectivity so far for the 12 days that we have been here this year. To make matters even worse, many in the park have started using Verizon and AT&T cellular data services, for which neither providers were prepared for, with resulting slow service on their networks as well. The park now says that the problems will be fixed by mid-January, but in December they were saying the issues would be resolved by the end of 2015.
On the positive side the park has a lot of residents that have returned year after year, and on the whole are very friendly. The park also supports many activities on a daily basis for those that are interested. The Park cable has a full complement of channels, however all are old analog signals. Over the air TV is very good with all the major networks accessible in HD. The Lakes section of the park had good satellite access throughout, however in much of the older sections of the park this will not be the case.
Our primary criteria for an overnight RV park is security, relative quiet and easy in and out access. For an extended stay location, we need decent internet access which Riverside unfortunately no longer has. - Johnson's
Dec 2015 - $55.00
Very nice campground but expensive. - PinkPanther
Apr 2015 - $59.00
We stayed in the newer Lakes section which was a bit more costly, but the sites were very spacious and right on a lake. We even saw a few smaller alligators. Pad was crushed rock/shells, but the living space area was a huge concrete pad with picnic table and fire ring. The laundry facility was extremely clean, reasonable pricing ($2/load for each washer & dryer) and the dryer actually dried a full load in just one cycle (rare!). The pool area was very nice and quite lively. Seemed like a lot of people who had been here all winter and knew each other. No issue with satellite and they gave us a router for wifi which worked perfectly after we figured it out. The only issue with the park is that it isn't really near anything. Punta Gorda was a nice day trip and there is a Walmart close by, but not much to do in the area. We were only there for 2 days, so enjoyed just relaxing at the park. We would return. Felt safe and the staff were very welcoming. - tmiller505
Jan 2016 - $42.00
Many long term people we spoke with like this park. Lots of activities, clean lots, mix of permanent and RV spots. We found no wifi at site, can buy it but we couldn't even get that done. Wifi good at clubhouse if no one is streaming video! Rainy and therefore very muddy sites with ruts everywhere. No cable available. Satellite available only if you get a site with no trees. only 3 showers available for the entire park (big rig friendly) hot water ran out halfway thru shower! No picnick table. - NHNOMAD
Jan 2013 - $47.00
Wasn't all that impressed. 8 x 10 patio for a 42" MH. Ants. Not a big rig park - Coach05
Feb 2011 - $17.00
Very friendly staff. We stayed here with a Thousand Trails special. Price was $16.93 a night. We had a pull thru site on grass. We had FHU 50 amp electric. Site had a small 8X10 cement patio. No privacy between sites. All roads are paved but a bit to narrow for big rigs. Our site was in the back row, so behind us was a huge field with cattle roaming around. The park is surround with fields on 3 sides. There is a very clean laundry. Very active park for 55+ community. There is a heated pool. There is a small 3-4 acre lake in back of park for fishing. Our Verizon phone worked well. Over the air TV got about 30 channels. Wi-Fi through Tango- spotty. Dog friendly. Big grass field in front of park, not fenced. Night lighting is good. There is some road noise. There is a small book exchange. There is only one dumpster in the park and it was a very long walk from our site, about a half mile. Biking is good through out park. You can ride into town on a paved road for walking/biking off the main road and very safe. Goes into town for several miles. Super Wal-Mart less then a mile. Two other major grocery stores in 2-3 miles. The park is about half permanent park models and seasonal sites. The front has 30 sites for transients. Very very well kept park. We would stay here again. - BLT101
Mar 2015 - $42.00
Older park but well kept. Managers are outstanding and staff very pleasant. - pattyann1750
Mar 2015 - $42.00
We stayed at this park for four months, from December 2014 through March 2015, on an early registration special. We have been very happy here, with friendly and helpful staff, great community culture, good activities, etc. There is a nice, salt-water, heated pool and a hot tub available for guests, and the park has many park models and a few full-time residents. We would definitely stay here again. - Happy Journeys
Mar 2015 - $25.00
Rate reflects a monthly rate. Overall, we enjoyed our stay at Big Tree. This park is mostly park models that are occupied by snow birds. There is room for about 70 or so RVs, mostly on front street. We had a site near the office. Satellite reception was good. Streets are narrow so it can be tough backing into your site. We had two people to help us with the back in, so it was pretty easy. Our site was soft sand and about 3" off level. We did have a concrete drive for our truck and a brick patio for the RV. There was also a brick patio under the shade trees in back. Most streets are paved, but narrow. Lots of golf carts and bicyclist. Our site had lots of leaves on the ground which we raked up and the grass was not mowed during our stay. Warning: If you approach this park from the west on FL 70, you must make a u-turn at the stoplight in order to enter the park. For a long bed dually and 40' fifth wheel it is impossible to do. We wound up in a community next door that has narrow streets that we had to negotiate in order to get turned around. According to residents of the park, you need to turn right into Walmart so you can get turned around and come out at the stoplight. If we are in this area, we would stay here again. - Charlie C
Oct 2012 - $16.00
This is the perfect park. Location is quiet, right next to an orange grove. Extremely well kept property with excellent staff. Lots to do, rec room, library with internet, very clean laundry with lots of machines, great pool. They even have a seat in the pool for handicap access. The streets within the park are blacktop, great for bike riding. Level sites. Can't say enough great things about the park. The manager and two of the hosts are great people. - getawaygirl
Mar 2011 - $16.00
Older park with lots of park models and manufactured homes. Our site (269) is in the overnight (you know what that means)"strip" even though we stayed for a week. 30 amps service seemed adequate. 50 amp, cable, and Wi-Fi are extra charge. If we had not been given a site with a poured concrete slap, we would have called this a "dirty" campground (you're in the dirt). Lots to do in park, 5-6 miles to Lake Placid proper. Passport America worked for us, otherwise we would not have stayed here. - thmakin
Aug 2010 - $14.00
This is an older park with many permanent residences, but it is well kept. Cable TV and Wi-Fi available at extra cost per day. Has a very nice pool and shuffleboard courts are well kept. Staff was very friendly and helpful, even though we arrived during a rain storm. Site we were on was a recently vacated permanent trailer site with a pad and could have been groomed a bit better, but was level and easy back in. Both 30 & 50 amp was available. Sites are close, but not to the point where you feel crowded. Gas & Diesel are nearby, but dining and groceries are 7-8 miles away. We used our Passport America discount which made this a very good deal. Will return here again for another weekend stay. - A C Willaman
Jan 2016 - $42.00
We spent the month of January 2016 in North Lakes Estates in our travel trailer. It is located in the countryside at Lakeport on Lake Okeechobee, but you never see the lake because it is surrounded by levies all the way around. The park is not really set up for travelers and have only a few spots that are not occupied by park models with an abundance of add-ons like enclosed patios, Florida rooms, sheds and carports. The spot we had was hard to back into, and had our trailer been just a little longer, we would never have fit in there. We had both power and water outages during our stay, and the WiFi and internet only works occasionally. Roads are narrow but paved, and all sites have at least a level concrete pad - some are totally covered in concrete. It seems like everybody has at least one golf cart, and there are many boats parked at the units. There are activities in the club house, but apart from that, there is nothing to do here if you are not a fisherman. - Jensvilhelm
Jan 2012 - $34.00
Very nice park. Everybody was very friendly, and all facilities were very clean. - sassy530
Nov 2007 - $32.00
North Lake Estates was recently purchased by Morgan Management and has already made many improvements. More lighting, new landscaping, fresh paint, cleaned bridge over lake, fencing, buildings and deck. Bath/Shower buildings are kept clean along with laundry rooms. Many amenities offered to all residents. Even though the closest grocery store in 25 miles north or south, this is still a great place to camp. Management and staff is friendly and accommodating. - CoachmanTraveler
Jan 2016 - $38.00
Our site was grass and mud for 90% of the time we were here. Stepping out of the rig, you had to step into water. Disregarding Florida state law in regard to sewer connections, our neighbors and others were not off the ground and often underwater. To say that the interior roads in this park are narrow is an understatement and the sites themselves are even worse. They are extremely close together and to the road. There is very little room for driving down the road. Several rigs, as they were leaving, came within Inches of ours. Every time someone arrived or left, several passenger vehicles around that site had to be moved. We stayed here for a month in January 2016 We will never stay here again. - Summer Minnesotan
Dec 2015 - $16.00
Club Naples RV Resort is located on Beck Road in Naples, Florida, just off of I-75 (Exit # 101), and offers approximately 305 sites consisting of tent sites, RV sites, and park models. The majority of the sites are back-in, with only 12 pull through sites. Quite a few of the sites are grass sites, so when it rains the sites gets extremely water logged and muddy. Although Florida has a state law in regard to sewer connections being raised up off of the ground, there are quite a few RV's within the park that are in violation. Management does not seem to be addressing these issues either and could be a concern if the sewer lines are not being properly cared for, especially when it rains. Entry/exiting the facility from Beck Road, coaches and rigs have ample turning room; however, once inside of the resort, maneuvering cars/coaches/rigs down the narrow interior roadways is extremely difficult, so use EXTREME CAUTION when navigating the interior roads.Check-in at the facility was quick and the receptionist was very welcoming and friendly. She gave us our information and a map of the park so that we could find our site. After unhooking our toad, we began to navigate the narrow roads to our site, only to discover that the sites were worse in regard to space. The sites are EXREMELY close together with coaches and cars parked just inches from the roadways. Although my husband is a skilled motor coach driver, it took two of us to navigate him backing up (one in the front and one in the back) so that we wouldn't accidently hit anyone. Folks, when I say that this place is tight, I'm not exaggerating. We stayed here for almost a month in December 2015 in a 40' motor home, and with the number of RV parks in the surrounding area there are to choose from, we would not stay here again. Most of our neighbors feel the same way. - The Diesel Gypsies
Mar 2015 - $48.00
This park is one of the cleanest and modern we have stayed in. Very friendly staff. They escort you to your site. The pool and Jacuzzi are very well maintained. They have activities most days. We had complimentary pizza last night provided by the staff. We all brought a desert and shared with all present in the rec room. Neighbours are friendly and helpful. I feel you get a good value for what you pay. We'd definitely stay here again. - Charlie M.
Clewiston, Florida (map) | (863) 983-7078
Sites: 115 | Latest Rate: $35.00 | 17 Reviews
Dec 2015 - $35.00
The Clewiston / Lake Okechobee RV park is small and lacks amenities. I have since stayed at another wonderful park nearby. The park borders a cow field and is near loud train tracks and the highway. I found the website allures the park to be something it is not. The park claims to have free WiFi which in the first part of my stay did not work at all. After I was told it was repaired, I still wasn't able to even check my email let alone stream a movie. The spots are unpaved and maintained horribly. The restrooms showers are filthy. Aside from the close proximity to the town I was disappointed in my stay at the park. It is well worth the short drive to stay in the many other wonderful parks nearby. - ExperiencedCamper1
Mar 2014 - $34.00
We stayed in this park for 5 months and loved every minute of it. It is in a rural setting and the spaces are generous and grassy with lots of trees. They have propane on site which is so handy. There are plenty of activities if you are interested in that kind of thing. It is only a few miles to town which makes it very convenient. We will be sure to stay there if we're ever in South Florida again. - WOMING RAMBLERS
Nov 2013 - $35.00
This campground is a few miles outside of Clewiston. It is surrounded by pastures with plenty of cows and the campground is quiet and peaceful. The staff was friendly and very helpful. My site was near the edge of the campground and the Wi-Fi reception was not very good from my site. It was much better closer to the office. Laundry facilities were clean. Nice relaxing place to stay. - User3319
Aug 2015 - $70.00
We're new to camping but was very impressed with the site. The site is huge but it is built for 3 RV's or tents. It was perfect for us because our kids were there in tents and they took the other spots. If it was strangers it might have been a problem.
There is a mixture of long term tenants, short term and primitive camping. The buildings and grounds are shabby chic. ATV and off road vehicle use is actually encouraged. We had a very good time even though it rained the whole weekend. - sflabrkr
Feb 2013 - $45.00
Really a nice park. Busy place only got to stay here 3 days in Feb.13. Will try to go back - Coach05
Apr 2012 - $50.00
We had a great time but we stayed here during the week and I can see how things could.get a little crazy over the weekend. There are lots of ATV trails along the river. The property is huge and staff were friendly. Canoe rentals, game room, pool. Close to town, good fossil hunting. - adamant
Feb 2016 - $55.00
The previous review hit the nail on the head. The paved road is narrow, it goes in, makes a "u" and goes back out. All the trailers look like they are dated 1960 and patched up with duct tape to prevent leaks. All permanent with a handfull of rv spaces. The spaces are super narrow, on grass/sand, with barely room for slides and an awning. Our electric was not good, such low voltage it would not run our ac, and we have 30 amp. But they do have a swimming pool. We will not return. - esta34950
Feb 2008 - $45.00
This was nothing but a mobile home park. The only RV site we saw was the one they sent us to. Really hard to back into. Once we finally got in, we plugged into electricity and sparks flew and smoke came from receptacle. We immediately unplugged and called office. They said they would have electrician out "first thing tomorrow". When we said we couldn't stay without electricity, they said an electrician was "on the way." We left anyway, as it was getting dark on a Friday night. We didn't think an electrician was really on the way. We never got our money back. Credit card company was no help. If you check into an RV park and there is a 4' x 4' sign that says "No Refunds", run. - Mississippi gal
Feb 2016 - $50.00
We enjoyed out stay at this park. It is clean and the personnel are friendly. The sites were level and the utilities worked as they should. The wifi could be a little better, but it was OK. We would stay here again. - Texasrvers
Jan 2016 - $22.00
This is a relatively new park run by the Seminole Indian Tribe. Park seems to be almost brand new. Each concrete pad had full service 30/50 amp, water, with good pressure, and sewer. WIFI only at the club house and no cable. Over the air channels were good, we did get about 20.
Located about three miles from the Seminole Tribe Casino. Nearest town was Okeechobee, Florida about 30 miles. - Dixster
Jun 2015 - $26.00
This campground is a mobile home park / campground. Many are permanent. The streets are narrow; it was difficult to maneuver a travel trailer onto the site. There are cement pads / patio left over from previous mobile homes. There is Wi-Fi in the office. The park is on Lake Placid but there is no access to the lake. The management was not on site, a resident was filling in and was very helpful. I would recommend for small campers. - decor426
Jan 2016 - $1.00
We were able to use our TT membership so there was no cost at this park for our week stay. This is a nice park with wide paved streets that make it very easy to maneuver. Our site was on dirt and 30 amp only. However, it worked OK for the week. It is convenient to I-75 and easy access to Ft. Myers too. We stayed here and would definitely return here again. - Tomandgloria
Nov 2015 - $23.00
This is an Encore park and also a PA Park where we got the discount for 1 week. We had 50 amp long & wide site, parked on grass #144, concrete patio with picnic table, channel was behind our site. Friendly staff, there is a nice pool, clubhouse with activities, exercise room, very clean park, blacktop roads in park, a lot of Mobile homes, We would stay here again. It was very close to shopping also so there were a lot of winter people there. - 2GermanAmericans
Jul 2015 - $65.00
Very clean, nice pool, but you have to take your car for everything. Not safe doing bike around. Shower is 1$. The site are big, but you can't put a tent, or trailer. - Bacaisse
Feb 2013 - $38.00
We stayed here for 2 weeks while between homes. It is very clean and neat. We saw no evidence of activity for kids, although they may be welcome. There are many park models and winter residents in RV's. The sites available for rent are bank owned, and DO NOT have cable TV. Reception on antenna and Mi-fi are strong, with all networks available. There are two circles for pets. Since we will still have business locally, we will stay here again. - Yeager
Apr 2010 - $38.00
This is a great site and is really convenient to everything. The common facilities are very well kept, including the pool. The entire place is kept clean and the sites that are occupied by permanent residents are all very nice. A new owner has taken over and they are in the process of selling lots and it seems that for what they are giving, the prices are cheap. Very nice place to camp in Central Florida. They have docks for small boats. - laringrp
Sep 2015 - $100.00
This is first class Class A resort. This was our second visit and we stayed for a week in early September. The resort has a feeling of seclusion along the beautiful Myakka River but is convenient to the amenities and beaches of the Port Charlotte area.
The resort is well laid out and immaculately cared for. The pool and club house has almost anything you would need; sunset patio bar with BBQ, pool table, laundry, fitness center, washrooms and showers, spa, etc. We especially enjoyed the boardwalk along the river and the large dog park.
We are already planning our next trip. - User1230
Apr 2015 - $70.00
On our trip this year to Alabama & then Florida we decided to stay again on the Gulf side of Florida. We stayed again at Myakka at the owners were just amazing. The place is so friendly and welcoming. Everyone we met at their Friday Socials welcomed us. I heard they spent over 10 million of their own money getting the Clubhouse and pool, tennis courts and boardwalk etc done (and it shows!). Get a water front river view (book early, and worth the couple extra bucks - normally that would not be the case, but this resort is in such a peaceful location, the water views are amazing to have a morning cup of coffee or glass of wine in the evening). Also book early, they are getting very popular. True gem of a resort and we'll be back next year. - cybersandra
Dec 2014 - $0.00
This is the best resort you'll find in SW Florida. They did a great job in designing this gated resort, every site has pavers and all the amenities you would expect to find at an upscale Motorcoach Resort. All back in or pull in sites, lakefront, river front or wilderness with full hookups. The owners are on site and the staff is second to none. - truk4u
Feb 2015 - $38.00
Nice park with close sites. Doesn't offer Passport America discount in February. Stayed three nights. - Landyachty
Jan 2015 - $33.00
The only reason I am giving this park a 5 rating is because it was still on the website for Passport America. They would not honor it. Said they were no longer was a member. Parked on grass. Wifi in club house. (Admin note: Passport America cancelled this campground 2/3/15) - consmith
Mar 2014 - $30.00
We stayed here as part of a rally, and the price reflects the rally price. Good interior roads. They do not take debit or credit cards. It's cash or traveler's checks only. (Which resulted in us having to pull out and drive to Arcadia to get cash). Only 30 amp service. No A/C in the Rec Hall, I can't imagine how hot it would get in the summer time. The Wi-Fi was awful, and had to use my phone for internet connection. It was clean and well maintained. Large lots. Overall a decent park, but there are others that provide cable, reliable Wi-Fi and 50 amp service for the same price. I don't think we will be back to this park. - Vicki K
Jan 2016 - $46.00
Park is mostly permanent residents not in Rv's. Lots are spacious. Advertised wifi but it is paid. Also advertised cable but there is none. It is a very large park with concrete patio but gravel pad for RV. People are friendly and you can walk lots due to size. Also large fence dog park. - padre
Feb 2015 - $35.00
Hands down this is the best RV resort we have ever stayed at. Enjoyed our month stay so much that we have already signed up for the next full winter season. Beautiful and well maintained park. Top rate amenities. Plentiful and well run activities program. Very helpful and friendly staff. Residents are actively involved in all programs and go out of their way to welcome you to their park. The pride of everyone shines through. Sites are spacious in both length and width. Nice large concrete patio with concrete slab for parking of two vehicles. RV pad is sand/crushed limestone/grass. Palm tree lined streets are all paved and well lit at night. Nice large dog park. Decent for fee Wi-Fi. No cable. - Blue Ridge Traveler
Feb 2013 - $20.00
I would just like to echo all the favorable comments made about this place. Large concrete patios, two car concrete parking space, and good grass. Lots of dogs but no issues. I use Verizon phone internet. It is 3g here but works well. The bike riding is not bad on country roads. Town is 6 miles away. I got a special price at Tampa RV Show so $20 a night for the month. I will be back here even at full price. - what next
Mar 2015 - $58.00
Stayed here during peak season the entire month of March and loved it. The park has easy in and out sites for larger rigs. Great location on Tamiami Trail road into downtown Naples and local shopping. Lots of friendly snowbirds at the park with several activities during the month. The hosts are really friendly and lots of fun so don't miss the special events. We definitely want to be back next year so hopefully a site will be available when we can book later this year. - Patman58
Mar 2015 - $78.00
We stayed there for a few days wile visiting friends. The location is great. Very friendly staff welcomed us and helped us get backed in. The back-in sites are very nice, private, and provided plenty of room on the patio slab. This is a quiet place and I was not bothered by the road noise, albeit, i'm getting older and my hearing may be going. I plan to stay here next time I'm in town. - Guaconwater
Jan 2015 - $70.00
Probably a typical RV park for the Naples area. Very clean, nicely landscaped, sites long but close together. We were in the area to visit family so this was the best choice for us. Very close to everything the Naples, San Marcos area has to offer. We prefer to use campground showers and this is one thing this place was lacking. The campground did have excellent laundry facilities, a nice bathroom (no shower) and a beautiful small pool and meeting room. The hosts were most helpful and accommodating. - smitty12
Naples, Florida 34114 (map) | (239) 775-4340
Sites: 165 | Latest Rate: $23.00 | 11 Reviews
Sep 2015 - $23.00
We were not pleased with this park. Reserved and paid for a site over the telephone, when we arrived in the afternoon the office was closed, had to call the reservation number again to find out where to go. The site we were given was under construction & closed. Advertised cable tv but you had to go to a comcast store & create an account to receive a digital box, & after 3 frustrating hours cable still did not work, & we have to return the box also. I will never stay here again & would not recommend this park to anyone. - Rogerkw
Mar 2015 - $45.00
No security at night. The park has an issue with the locals coming in the park and stealing yet the management cant seem to keep them out, but to be honest they didn't steal from us but it makes for a little nervous nights. They need so sort of deterrent. Cameras or a gate or patrolman but other than that a clean and friendly park. We will stay again next year and if there is any improvement I will rewrite my review. It can be a great park if a few things like stealing would be dealt with. - Detroit Redwings
Mar 2015 - $40.00
Big rigs watch the tight roads, wifi is intermittent. Good Location. Very Shady Trees. Watch the Tight Roads! Nice Pool. - hankski
Feb 2013 - $20.00
This is a little jewel of a park if you are into quiet camping, kayaking, or canoeing. It is a county park 6 miles north of Arcadia on Brownville St right on river. Boat ramp, hiking trails, and a little play ground for the kids. I guess you could fit a 40 footer in a couple of the spots, but it is for smaller rigs class B or C. I have been riding my bike through it last couple of weeks (I am staying in large RV park nearby) It is one of the canoe stopover points for people going down the Peace River. They say $20 a night with firewood. I would have loved to stay in this park when I had my class B. - what next
Nov 2012 - $39.00
Nights Stayed – 3 Park Overall – The Park is a typical South FL RV Park, with very small sites. There is a lake in the park with many sites on the lake. There are no trees to speak of in the park. The park has well maintained paved roads. All sites are grass; most have cement patios. Overall the park is in need of upgrades which is taking place. The park residents were mainly there for the winter season. RV Type Used - 5th Wheel 28 Ft, one slide. My Site (143) – The site is small, narrow and long, with ample space to back in with little difficult. The site is level and on the lake. Bath house is nearby. What We Did – Bass Fishing – Restroom –Very clean, hand soap and hand drier provided. Bath – Very clean, but heat was not required in Nov. Cell Service - Verizon worked, 3+ bars - 3G at lease Internet Access – NA – We connected via Verizon Hotspot on our phone. Satellite TV – Reception no problem on any site. Basic Shopping – There is Wal-Mart, 6 miles from the park. Dining – Tiki Grill on the canal has great food, a wonderful water front view and the food and atmosphere is the best. Most Bass Tournaments weigh in at the Tiki Marina which is open to the public. Would I Return – Yes, best in the area from what I saw. - johnrobertpowers
Jan 2009 - $35.00
We spent 3 months here last winter. We are not going back this year. The campground itself was very nice. The people who worked there also very nice. The best thing about this place is that it's located on the very edge of town with a paved sidewalk into town. It takes about 15 minutes to bike to the grocery store and hardware. The town is a good location for visiting both the Ft. Myers area on the Gulf of Mexico and Miami on the Atlantic. The town has a small movie theater that was very nice. The town has no movie rental store. The very worst thing about this park is the near by sugar plant. The smell is truly awful. We would leave town when there was a Southwest wind. That is why we will not return. Another thing about this park is that 90% of the campers are from French Canada, so most of the activities are in French. Everyone was super nice to us but we still felt a little left out. - mouldsfn
Feb 2006 - $35.00
The park was ok. We just spent one night passing thru. The woman I talked with on the phone was very nice. The woman that checked us in at the guard shack was the nastiest person I have ever dealt with at a campground. Incredible! Won't stop there again. Too bad, overall the park is ok. - karonb
Jan 2014 - $38.00
What a dump. This place looks like 98.5% permanent resident with rigs ranging from ancient to old. Sites are extremely narrow as are the roads which easily accommodate the numerous trikes seen all over, but a motor vehicle with difficulty. We called the day before arrival and gave the phone-answerer all the contact info and when we called again the afternoon of arrival to say we'd be in after 5 PM. We were news to that phone-answerer. No 50 amp service at our site. The permanent rig next door had begun to use our site for overflow storage that had to be moved before we could pull in. There was not enough room length-wise to straighten our 5th wheel on the site and pulling out in the morning will prove to be an adventure. Find somewhere else to go; $38 for this? - Archivista
Jan 2016 - $31.00
Old Florida charm! This park is immaculately clean and well kept. It is older with many older park models but the lots are well taken care of with many having interlocking pavers. There is always ground maintenance trimming the trees and hedges and changing the garbage cans. There are lots of activities and the people are very friendly. The owner also seems to do a lot for the residents. Free dinners, prizes for activities all come out of his pocket. This is the complete opposite of the last park I stayed at. The showers are spotless, there is a huge library and the clubhouse is older but decent. I will definitely be back. - love to travel64
Oct 2010 - $32.00
If you could rate a CG a zero it would fit this place. Travel Life rating 7/8*/8. Yeah, right. The RV site I was assigned to (one of maybe 2)was just about in this guy's side yard next to his mobile home, just a few steps from the screened patio. He is very nice person and I guess he is used to RVs next to him, but I'm not comfortable camping in someones back (side) yard while they watch TV in the patio. The CG is about 99.9% permanent RVs. It is clean and quiet. My full hook up site with sewer, that was extra, wasn't level enough get my unit totally level so trying to dump was in vain. I was escorted to the site which you had to go the wrong way down a one way road to get to. You have to go the wrong way again to get out. I will never return to the CG - DBCooper
Apr 2009 - $40.00
This was a very nice park. I'd definitely go back in the future, the only holdback being how far we live from there. It's a rural area but they have Wal-Mart and all the basic shopping, etc. in the nearby town. If you like to fish this park is a good bet. It's just a few miles from Lake Okeechobee, which has a great marina. The lake is famous for great large-mouth bass fishing. - FishingFan
Apr 2015 - $107.00
This ownership gated resort is amazing in the quality of the infrastructure - wall surrounds the park, large clubhouse, 3 pools, concrete roads and very long and large concrete pads, tiled bathrooms, pond with fountain, a very large palm tree on each lot, spacious sites with grass with sprinkers. WiFi is good and no issues with satellite access. Clubhouse is over the top and best I have ever seen in an RV resort - large ball room, bar, kitchen, pool room, study, poker rooms, home theater room, saunas, well equipped workout room, infinity pool and beach, outdoor covered seating and BBQ area. Sites that have been purchased have landscaping and amenities. Stayed on a non owner site - only reason I did not give this park a 10 rating is the daily rate is high and non owner lots have no landscaping, are just a concrete pad and do not have table. Park is immaculate and staff very courteous. - Tom Willing
Feb 2015 - $100.00
This is truly a Motorhome Resort. The clubhouse is open to all residences of the resort. They have a pool and a sandy beach area at the main clubhouse and two satellite pools in opposite corners of the resort. Included with your stay is a free breakfast from 8:00 to 10:00 am 7 days a week. Many other planned events thru the week. Location can't be beat, 8 miles to downtown Naples and 8 miles to Marco Island. This is a Class A resort only and has the feel of an upscale country club. Everyone we met in our 2 week stay was warm and welcoming. I can highly recommend Naples Motorcoach Resort and we will return next January and February. - dana salkeld
Jan 2015 - $74.00
We have been here several times and always enjoyed our stay. We were on the inside part of the campground for the first time and it was much quieter than near the lake. We found that several of the things which they offered in the past were no longer being offered such as the weekly dinner in the club house and the Sunday brunch. We were always more than happy to pay extra for these as it was a good way to get to know the other campers. We hope they offer these again in the future. The campground was not full at any time during our visit (in past years it was always full with no empty sites). We will consider returning again at a future time. - John & Bobbie
Jan 2012 - $22.00
A nice clean well kept but small campground, no amenities, park has new electric system, good water pressure. There are a few sites on the Henderson Creek. The park has 2 fishing piers with moorings for small boats/ canoes. Owners are not on site, but visit a few times a week. A very quite park in a good central location to Naples and Marco Island. All sites are crushed stone. Walmart super center is only 1 mile away. - scouse
Jan 2016 - $50.00
Lets start with the gnats! They are terrible! Deep Woods Off didn't even phase them. It stormed three or four of the 7 days we were there; roads flooded and the ditch was flooded. They also have bears and panthers.. yes that's right! Down the street from the campground they were in their pythons round up.
The only good things are: heated pool, spa and spacious site with concrete pad, fire ring, picnic table and patio ( but the gnats eat you up before you can get to your camper). Its close to Naples and Marco Island. - virginiagirl2015