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42 RV Parks near Bokeelia, Florida
Jan 2018 - $50.00
This is an old park with mostly full time residents. As someone else said there is a junky sewer pond. The people were nice. The were just a couple activities each month. Pine Island is rural with not much to do. - Red dog mom
Dec 2016 - $35.00
Stayed here in a motorhome, property is a very old and dated park, with little or no improvements., open septic pond in the middle of the park, I don't know how the state health department even allows them to operate , garbage overflowing at the dumpster site ,manager not available most of the time -too busy with her crony friends siting in her home smoking with all her full time camp buddies .., sun goes down , the bugs will eat you alive ... never again will I go back... - Daveharley
Dec 2016 - $28.00
Rate reflected is a monthly rate. The park is older has about 150 spaces with 50 saved for travelers. All other sites have full timers in it. The sites are average size and the park is friendly. A few park get together are planned throughout the month. The pool and hot tub are on the small size but never crowded and kept very clean. The park could use some nicer patio chairs around the pool.The entrance is gated and you use a key pad to drive in. The lots are grass and each one has concrete patio. There is a laundry but I never used it. - Bakmm
May 2018 - $62.00
This location is in no way a "RV Resort" as the title implies. Fanciful marketing. No pool, no clubhouse, no services, no staff. So if you are expecting a elevated experience based upon the park name, it's a good thing you're reading these reviews, there are other parks nearby that would be better. What Sugar Sands is, is a 10 space plot of land that is improved with full RV hook-ups. It's best selling feature is it's location on Matlacha (island) between Cape Coral and Pine Island. The park is located on a waterfront parcel, although only two of the sites actually have a view of the water. The road "Porpoise Point" isn't marked and is very easily missed on arrival (I did). Just after crossing the draw bridge, look immediately to your left, you will see a fish chartering business and if you look closely and drive slow, you'll see a slanted driveway and a Sugar Sands sign. That's your turn. The "resort" is unmarked half way down. Intuitively you'll see a few RV's on your left. That's it. You'll have to park blocking the road until you can make contact with the camp host (not in bungalow, they were in the Silver/Black class A when we were there, to find out what space you're assigned. In hindsight (or with the advice we should have been given making the reservation) there is a largish vacant lot on the right just after making the turn onto Porpoise Point. Pull in there and walk down to the campground. Save lots of hassle. We're 60' overall (37'TT+Truck) and there is nowhere to turn around on this narrow one lane road. The campground itself is small and tight with very limited maneuvering room, especially for trailers. Hookups are fine, power and water good. WIFI poor. Laundry is FREE, although they only have 1 washer. Hosts were friendly. Little "beach" area with chairs overlooking channel. Several eateries within walking distance. All in all, a nice quiet place, but expensive and not providing amenities that would justify the high rates. - Todd Hancock
May 2018 - $100.00
Great place, great location, and great people in a relaxed fun environment. The owners and park host are extremely friendly ,accommodating and approachable , which appeared to rub off on the guest and set the mood of the park. Bring an adapter if you only can have 30 amp. However, the park host offered to provide one if I didn't have one. Extremely pet friendly . Full access , great AT&T service, heard the Wi-Fi is good as well but didn't use it. Community area including tiki bar ,fire place, and boat dock. A couple of sites are rather large and accommodated my travel trailer and two additional cars towards the entrance. The other sites are not huge but adequate but better than most RV waterfront parks. Would have been 10 but they did not have showering facility. However they are in the process of building it and not much of an issue for most TT, 5th wheel, or RV.
Bring cash to pay for the site , but there is an ATM across the street. Pets are allowed and encouraged to be off their leach as long as they are not aggressive. Boat dock could be difficult to get in out of your boat depending on height and tide. We will definitely be back. - Alfredo
May 2016 - $45.00
Previous reviews spot on. Not a resort, but a wonderful location right on the water...as in no more than 50 feet away. A lot of good places to eat within easy walking distance. Nice community area, fire pit, chairs on the sand, a hammock. Nice rustic clubhouse with community library. Would certainly stay here again. Was not crowded when we were here, not sure how it would be with all 10 or 11 sites full. Can't remember if there was a discount for AAA etc. - X-OEM
Apr 2018 - $49.00
The low mark is for the high price - not much to see or do on Pine Island and the park was half empty. I believe they should have discounts for off-season weekday stays. We did not have anybody on either side of us. Had there been, it would have been extremely crowded. We were in the back - had a view of empty permanent 5th wheels and manufactured homes but all were well-maintained. The park has a huge number of permanent homes but most are well taken care of. The no-see-ums were AWFUL. The staff was friendly and helpful with an escort to the site and offer to help with any needs. The pool area was very nice and the clubhouse with billiards and ping pong and a couple of treadmills was not fancy but adequate. The roads in the park are paved and easy to navigate. We probably would not come back, but were glad we did this one visit and did enjoy the stay at the KOA. - Deb and Chris
Apr 2018 - $72.00
This was a very nice park with all the amenities we usually take advantage of. The staff were very friendly and the store was well-stocked. There were many open spaces (in the middle of April) so our neighbors were far away and it was quiet. However, wifi was very slow, phone reception was very poor and the cable connection was also poor. The site was drastically over-priced. Not nearly enough value for what we paid. - John A Guderian
Feb 2018 - $84.00
There is an additional $4 per day fee. Nice park. Clean. Permanents are clean too. Everybody was very friendly Needed to borrow another cable TV cable because outlet was on passenger side of RV and far away and my cable wasn't long enough. My water hose just did reach. Electric hookup and sewer was on driver's side like most places. Nice paved bike path along road. I would come back here. - RonH999
Mar 2016 - $30.00
This place is a dump. When it rains everything is under water- little drainage- must use pumps to remove water. Grass sites that tires sink into when wet. They use planks & plywood to help get RVs in & out of sites. County dump just down the road, and the smell is unbearable at times. Wife complained of constant damp swamp smell and the water smells like swamp water. Many old old dingy permanent trailers. Paid $40/month for Internet and was constantly kicked off or very slow. Will never return to this campground again! - Bill B
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
Jan 2018 - $1.00
We were here as a 'guest' of Thousand Trails. You'll need a long sewer hose. Many of the sites have semi-permanent residents, but there was also a nice number of temporary sites. We stayed 4 nights. - Bastion
Nov 2017 - $10.00
Convenient location just a few miles off I-75. New cement patio at site. Office, pool, clubhouse, etc all like new and in beautiful condition. Lots of well cared for trees and shrubs all throughout the beautiful park. On canal. Nice area to have a group campfire. Adjacent road is busy however it does quiet down at night. - Todd Fogelberg
Feb 2017 - $65.00
We actually stayed here for 2 months (feb and mar). It was our 2nd time there and have enjoyed both times. The amenities were good and the people very friendly. We have already booked to go back next year and stay the entire winter. We made some great friends there. Comcast is the only vendor for internet,TV, unless you have a satellite which we will have before next year. Very convenient to supermarkets, shops, restaurants and downtown. Lots to do in the area. - Bawaddell
Jan 2017 - $33.00
The staff are always very friendly and helpful. Always cleaning and does a great job, always doing yard work, and helping wherever they're needed, putting new siding on trailers or building something to make the park look better. Bands most weekends, heated pool. What more can you ask for... - DN136
Jan 2017 - $30.00
Staff is very friendly and accommodating. The shower rooms were spotless and the cleaning lady spent 3 -4 hours a day on the 8 shower rooms. Events are over the top with a dance every Sat. night. We loved it. - Sunseekers RV Park
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
Mar 2017 - $71.00
We stayed one week and it was $495. I'm sure tax is in there but their system doesn't break it down. This is a lovely, well-managed, immaculate park. There are tons of activities with strong participation. It would be easy to make friends here. No wonder this is such a popular place. The check-in process was efficient and we were guided to our site. We enjoyed taking walks inside the park and I felt perfectly safe running outside the park on nearby streets/blvds. All hook-up's worked perfectly. The wifi was excellent. We could even stream Netflix. We had good signal for Verizon cell, Sprint Mifi (we didn't need it) and DirecTV. I can't comment on dog walking as we don't have a dog. We enjoyed our time at Raintree and would definitely consider staying again. However, because it's pricey, we would look at other options first. - GottaGoNow
Feb 2016 - $46.00
We found this park because we had lost our reservation elsewhere and had no place to go or any recourse in the height of the season in February. Calling around, the office staff really tried to help us, even though they were full. A day later they called, and offered us an overflow site with 50/30 Amp and water but no sewer and we took it. After a couple of days they then offered us a site with full hook-ups and concrete pads etc. but we opted to stay on the overflow site, since it was nice, quiet, and surrounded with very nice neighbors. We felt very comfortable there, even without a sewer hook-up, and would recommend this park very highly. The owner and his son are genuine people who have very good competent office staff, and the facilities are very good throughout this park. We would definitely stay here again. - jmorgan54
Jan 2016 - $61.00
What a lovely, activity filled park. The staff was great and very helpful and the residents were all very friendly too. The laundry facility was very clean and usually very busy. The swimming pool was heated and clean. Getting into and out of the park wasn't the easiest though as the HWY right next to it could be very busy depending on the time of the day. Dogs are welcome but have particular places they can and can't be walked. We had to leave the park altogether to walk our dog, which was along the very busy highway with nothing between you and the traffic except for a narrow bit of grass. However, cats can run freely within the park. Wifi was included but very limited. Cable television was also free with a deposit on a box which was returned upon return of the box. The park was very pretty and very well kept. We would stay again if dogs had a better walking area and could be walked in the park itself. Lot spacing was spacious with some shade. Site surface was a concrete pad and grass, featuring a picnic table and patio. - Lovingretirement16
Mar 2018 - $35.00
We stayed 10 weeks at Alligator Park (snowbirds). The nightly rate is $43.00 for transients but lower for longer stays. This is a nice, clean, well kept place. The full time residence are very friendly and there is a full social calendar. The location of the park is perfect., near to Port Charlotte, Ft. Myers and Cape Coral. All kinds of shopping close by as is the gulf. We will be staying here again next year. - Sailor Dave
Oct 2017 - $27.00
We've stayed at Alligator Park a couple of times in 2017 and really like it. Well kept Park, nice level concrete sites, full hookups, a great heated pool and friendly staff and neighbors. It's a resident owned park with about half mobile homes and half RV lots. Pretty busy and hard to get in during winter season due to popular location. Our only negative on this park is the 90-degree angle slim sites combined with narrow roads makes backing into the sites a challenge. - GretasDad
Mar 2017 - $40.00
Large park with lots of seasonal visitors. Very few sites available for overnighters during "season". Lots of activities for people. A heated pool, a very good library, good internet in the library-otherwise, one has to pay for it. People in the office and in the park are very friendly. Allows pets on leash. Has laundry facilities. - leciel19
Mar 2018 - $56.00
It's really a manufactured home park with a few RV spots and we stayed here eight nights. The homes are well maintained, not the decrepit mildew stained structures you see in some parks. It's a good location, and the price is in accordance with the location. You do here noise from 41, and we would not consider this for an option for an entire winter - especially at this price. Our site was actually just outside the park entrance, one of three sites jammed together next to the maintenance building. We couldn't locate our sewer hookup at first and realized it was about 10 inches from our neighbor's picnic table. That's close! When we pulled our slides out we were less than two feet from his screened awning. Some of the people in the office were friendly, one in particular seems to run the place and snaps at the others who work there. Unfortunate for them. Pool/hot tub/clubhouse are well maintained, along with the rest of the property. - Roaming Together
Apr 2016 - $41.00
Called ahead and asked about accommodations for our 40 foot RV. Told we could be accommodated. We drove there and were greeted less than kindly. The woman at the counter looked out the window at our coach maybe not realizing I was already at the desk and said "So this is it huh?!" I waited a while before she came around to ask what I needed. She then proceeded to tell me they couldn't put us on this park. I asked why they didn't tell me this when I called. She didn't have a good answer. There was inadequate space to turn around once we had pulled in. This should NOT be listed as an overnight accommodation in any of the RV listings!! - RNRVtravler
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