43 Parks near Bonita Springs, Florida
Nov 2016 - $39.00
Stayed only one night. The campground is mostly permanents/snowbirds, but the campsites are large enough for those traveling thru. The residents were very friendly. The campground is very neat and laid out well. There is a large, heated pool although we did not have an opportunity to use it. It is in a good location, close to shopping centers, etc. and easily accessible. Only drawback is that the residents park their vehicles across from the campsites and we had to ask them to move the cars for us to be able to back into our site. Would recommend this campground and would stay there again. - Cgd 0317-_
May 2016 - $42.00
Mostly permanent sites, but very clean and well cared for.
Nice transient sites with concrete pads and grass, quiet
and peaceful. Nice pool and laundry facilities. Paved
roads throughout. Clearly the best option for visiting the area.
We would certainly stay again. - macandphyl
Apr 2016 - $39.00
Nice park. No discounts offered, but price is very attractive for this area. The roads are a little tight and the sites are too, but we got our 43' coach into site A15 without any drama. All concrete pads, lots of grass. Nice pool. The park is very well maintained. No cable, no WIFI, good OTA reception, strong AT&T data. Lots of room to walk dogs but no formal fenced dog run.
Most sites contained the rigs of permanent seasonal renters and full time residents. In mid-April most of the seasonal folks had already departed. Everyone we met was very friendly and spoke glowingly about the park and all the activities in season. - bobcovey
Nov 2016 - $36.00
We stayed two separate nights in this campground, coming and going to the Fl Keys. Access to I-75 is super easy. Arrival and checkin were quick and pleasant. Overall the camp is very quiet and appears well maintained. Paved drives lead to gravel sites with grassy areas between. Picnic table (polymer) on the concrete pad was new. Mix of sun and shade sites. We had a long (100'+) level flat pull through on both nights. Our 50A utilities worked well, water pressure was fine. We scanned 28 digital OTA stations, mainly from Naples. We bought the Basic Wifi and got a solid 4 Mbps up/4 Mbps down. Dog run is medium sized and well cared for. Pool looked inviting and clean, but we did not use it in our short stay. The laundry also, but the central facility looked large, new and clean with nice lounge area with a large flatscreen TV. We understand Sanctuary was recently (Dec 2014) reopened under new ownership and refreshed as a large RV park accomodating the largest rigs. Would not hesitate to stop here again when visiting The Keys. - Llando88
Oct 2016 - $40.00
We have mixed feelings about this place. It has great potential, but needs a little more to make it worth while. We checked in on a Thursday afternoon and there were three people working at the check-in counter. We were assigned a pull-through site. These sites are very long, but narrow and with hookups toward one end which forced everybody to pull to the front of the site in order to hook-up, and so that the door opened to the concrete patio rather than on to grass. The site was gravel. Although reasonably well kept, the sites could use a little landscaping between them to offer a little more privacy, or sense of space.
The bathroom/laundry was clean and there where a lot of washers and dryers - but only about half of them actually work! Some had out-of-order labels, but my wife had to load/unload two un-labelled and not working ones before she found one that was operational. The pool and pool area are very nice.
We were promised the wifi would work "tomorrow" - but it never did. There is cable hook-up, but it also doesn't work.
We put trash out to be picked up, as instructed, it was still there a day later. The containers for dog poop were overflowing the day we arrived and were still not emptied when we left three days later!
There was nobody in the office on the weekend. In all the place needs attention to detail. It seems odd to have three people in the office, but nobody at the weekend and there were no groundskeepers/maintenance people in evidence. Trash wasn't picked up, no wifi or cable. Perhaps spending a little more on the campsites and a little less on office staff would be a good idea. We had high hopes for this facility but left very disappointed. - Limey51
Jul 2016 - $36.00
The main office building is very nice and well kept. The park itself doesn't seem to be well maintained in the summer months for off season. We traveled with friends and both sites were covered in red fire ants that covered the concrete pad, we had to keep moving our feet to avoid bites and not stay in one spot too long. There was dog poop not picked up by a neighbor camper that was under our RV, next to our truck, and on our site in general. We were told we could not bring our Doberman with us to see someone else there with a very large pitbull/mastiff mix. Went to the office Saturday morning and it was locked and closed no way to get hold of anyone. The pool was nice and newer outdoor furniture. Smoking was supposed to be not allowed in common areas however people were drinking and smoking as they sat in the pool. Nothing was being enforced, as I said in the summer months. Maybe season is different. Overall nice park and pool but the other things were not so great. - BJohnathan
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 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
Feb 2017 - $26.00
Since the last review in Jan. 2016 Koreshan has gone thru some updates. There is new water and electric service on all the sites and it is at the front of the sites. Extra water hose may be needed to make your connection, ours was fine. Vegetation has been cut back to make the sites a bit more wider. We stayed with some friends in their motor home which had no slides. I will be bringing my 30ft TT in March and it has a slide on both sides. As I walked around checking out sites, I am confident if you have a slide on each side, you will have no difficulty using them. The CG is very dark at night so be sure you have plenty of lights. Restrooms and showers were clean and roomy. Looking forward to being at Koreshan again in March. - Bears Den
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
Jan 2017 - $50.00
The park is very clean and close to the beaches in Naples, Bonita Springs, and Fort Myers. Very nice pool but no hot tub. A few planned activities but I would have liked to see more offered. My biggest complaint is the lot sizes. They have them shoved in like a can of sardines. If you like your neighbor it's fine but mine smoked outside which then limited my time outside. Also, there is not a dog area and since the spaces are so tiny it is impossible to keep your dog from using your neighbors area. Again, if your neighbor doesn't mind your quick pick up of dog waste your ok. But if it bothers you to have a dog as a neighbor you may want to look somewhere else. The roads leading to the sites are very narrow and with the units being so close together it can be difficult to maneuver. The park does not offer you any assistance in getting you to your spot. - Bakmm
Nov 2016 - $21.00
Mostly permanent manufactured homes with RV pads stuck in between, very crowded and close together and hard to maneuver with the short driveways and vehicles sticking out onto road. "Exercise Room" is below average. It was convenient to Bonita Springs for us. - IowaGirl
Oct 2016 - $21.00
This is one of the "community" type of parks with mostly park models mixed with RV spaces. Most of the RV sites are grass although some are all concrete. The driveways are asphalt in good condition. There are facilities available including a pool although we didn't use it. The bathrooms are OK, let's say 3 on a scale of 5. The free WiFi was reliable and worked well. We had a back in site with grass site pad, concrete patio and picnic table and included full hookup with 50 amp electric. We paid $21 per night with Passport America. - Coopsecondact
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
Dec 2015 - $55.00
Great place. Second time we stayed here. One of the best campgrounds you will find. Crystal Lakes is well maintained and easy to navigate. Great sites that are textured concrete and far apart.
Not a place for kids as there seems to be very few there. The location is good for getting around Naples. Price is good for what you get. - The VA Gent
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
Feb 2017 - $74.00
We booked this location based solely on RVPark reviews. Turns out that this is indeed a VERY friendly park; friendly and helpful staff along with the residents. The park offers daily and weekly events. We attended the "Pirate Party" and not only was it well attended (around 60 folks), but they provided drinks and a band to dance to. Several of the attendees did dance. The pull through site that we stayed at had both a concrete pad and a concrete patio. Also had a small picnic table. Full hookups with good electricity and water pressure. Heated pool and hot tub. - Maddog11
Dec 2016 - $32.00
This park bills itself as a friendly peoples park and it's true! Amenities are excellent and it's located near Walmart and groceries. Camp-sites are pleasant. - mobeale
Oct 2016 - $1.00
An older, very large RV park and very well kept up. Located on Hwy. 41 and convenient to shopping (Walmart just down the street) and restaurants in the area. Our pull through site was easy to access in and out. Laundry room I used was very small, but convenient. Many "snowbird" mobile homes in the complex. Nice swimming pool and hot tub. Would stay here again when in the area. - Golfgirl
Jan 2017 - $30.00
We absolutely love the park! Staff and guest are the most welcoming we've yet to come across. The sites are spacious and shaded. They have many ongoing activities throughout the week. Many campers have been coming back for years. We would definitely stay here again and recommend Shady Acres to friends and family! - Sarah S
Jun 2016 - $26.00
The bathrooms are disgusting, the same bulk of black hair stayed in the shower stall for the time I was there, which was a week. One weekend I could not access the bathroom because of the door code had locked. Well yes there is a manager on site but you can't ask her for anything after her hours she works which are 9am-3 pm. But she does spend lots of time at the pool drinking and talking about others along with other residents. Agreed very unprofessional but that is what Shady Acres likes. Maintenance is very good if you should need anything. Residents are very friendly and eager to help with whatever you might need. Laundry is new. Trash area has lots of wild life around it. There is also a rat infestation in the resort beware. - wildwoman1963
Jan 2016 - $30.00
This was my first stay in Florida and it rained 13" in January. I was here till the end of March and weather improved. The park staff were stretched thin trying to deal with all the water and mud, but did an excellent job overall. Many people here have been coming here for years and all are very friendly. The pool is too small, but next year a larger one will be ready. I enjoyed my stay immensely and will be coming back next year. - gone to the dogs
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