Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $70.00
Very nice, clean well maintained park, the landscaping is awesome. Each site is owned privately as has been said in many of the reviews so there are no bad sites in the entire resort, we got a waterfront site which is amazing. site is level, all utilities work fine. Interior roads are kind of narrow but not bad. Gotta put down a $20 deposit for your entry card and you have to hook up some type of cable descrambler to watch TV,3 nice pools and a restaurant on site, right outside the front gate is a very tasty Cuban restaurant, I highly recommend it. We would stay here again. We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $69.00
This is a luxury RV park. All sites are owned, the park leases the sites when the owners are not there. Everything was clean, worked and there are no complaints. We would stay here again. We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $60.00
This is an excellent park. The roads are paved and the sites are done with pavers. The landscaping is beautiful and private between sites. We used an FMCA discount. Some sites are on the water, but not all. The pool is very nice. The resort is not part of the Outdoor Resort system as it is all individually owned. Some sites are for sale at $400,000 with a dock. The Havana Cafe across the street is wonderful for breakfast and lunch. We took a boat ride at the National Park which is very close. We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $98.00
Very well maintained, paved roads with paved level pads, big rig access but very tight, 50amp, plenty of space around the RV, but all the RV's have to back in, so no view if you have a motor home, shade trees, stunning view of the water from your own deck, beautiful landscaping, grass, picnic tables, bathrooms and laundry clean and well equipped, three pools, tennis courts, very quiet and peaceful but very unfriendly, WiFi good, there are a few seafood restaurants, but stock up with food before you arrive as grocery stores are few and far between, we were here for two days and that was more than enough time to see and do everything, if you have a boat and like to fish then this is the place for you. We would not stay here again. We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $69.00
This is a private owned park with condominium owned sites, the sites of which owners can rent out; We rented a site for three nites. The only other RV campground on Chokoloskee island is a crammed together apparent dump with a lot of long stays. The sites at Outdoor resorts are pristine kept, lush grass between paved sites, beautiful palm trees and flowering plants. Crews trim the plants and trees and garbage bags are collected from the sites every morning. The bathrooms are 4+ clean and spotless; and even have a bathtub. The sites are close and an older section sites are a bit closer than the newer section. There is a boat launch ramp. The outer sites are on the water with decks and some boat lifts. Pricy, but very nice. You can bike the town and the causeway out to Everglade City (2 miles) where is a National Park Service Nature Center and boat tour of the Mangrove swamps. Not a 10 because of the closeness of sites and the price. We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $60.00
A gem in the Everglades! A true A-class RV Resort. Paved roads and concrete slab lots that are landscaped and maintained to a T! Some Bay front lots with boat docks, some lake front with docks, and some interior lots. Golf cart friendly. 3 pools, 3 hot tubs, 3 bath houses. Full time maintenance crew. All lots are individually owned, so there is a condo association to keep everything A+ perfect. Lots of big rigs! We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: April, 2011 - $69.00
This campground is top in quality. The pools are great. The Wi-Fi is free and great at site 283. The only complaint is the water coming out of the tap is slightly green. We used a Britta filter to clear the water up. The area is beautiful but stores are scarce. So stock up! We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $75.00
Out of the way luxury resort. Most sites are sold to permanent residents, but some can be rented for the night. Beautiful park with active resident parties open to nightly guests, pool and hot tub. Many sites have water access and boat slips. Great place to relax. We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $90.00
Fantastic site but unfortunately also a fantastic price. $90 per night would buy you a nice hotel room in most places. Seaside spot with a fabulous view and in general piece and quiet. The entire camp ground was pretty much deserted but we was told that in about a month time most sites would be occupied. Would have expected a free wireless connection for $90 per night, therefore "only" a 9 rating. We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Motorhome.
If you want absolute quiet and relaxation this is the place. This is not the place if you are looking for nightlife and excitement nearby. We splurged on a waterfront site with dock and loved it. We easily maneuvered our 43 ft motorhome over paved asphalt roads onto large concrete pad. The staff were professional and down home friendly. Grounds were clean and well maintained. The resort offered three pools all were quiet due to low season and were clean and well kept. The best sunset we experienced was at this resort. Rent a boat, go fishing or just relax. Perfect place to get away from it all! Can't wait to go back. We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2009 - $60.00
Excellent park for our 40' rig. Very clean. Everyone was very friendly. All lots are individually owned, and landscaped very nice. Would stay again for sure! We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2009 - $89.00
Very nice park located on Chokoloskee Island. Only concerns are very narrow roads with tight turns. And I do mean very tight turns. Saw a near fight (great profanity and accusations regarding fitness to drive, intelligence of the drivers rear end, ethnicity etc) between a new arrival and a guest concerning how close the new coach came to the resident's coach. Mostly longer term guests who are there for the fishing. Very nicely kept with no evidence of decaying rigs etc. Both WiFi and Cell reception very marginal at best. Don't rely on having either when you need it. WiFi is for a fee ($25.00 per month). Most everybody is friendly and likeable. Park activities are available for all guests, not just owners, and you will feel welcome. Registration is unorganized and you are on your own to find your site, which I find a little strange considering how much the sites cost. Stock up your fridge, it's a long way to a Grocery store or a Wal Mart (Naples) (The so called "Supermarket" in Everglades City is one of the worst I have ever seen.) Local seafood is excellent and plentiful. We will stay here again. Just be aware of those tight turns! We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: January, 2009 - $69.00
Cleanest and best maintained park we have stayed at in 20 years of RVing! Lots are individually owned, so each owner has landscaped and done some very nice upgrades. Big rigs everywhere. This place is a lost little jewel, with barely any advertising on the internet available. Do yourself a favor, book a site! Their web site photos are 25 years old, so don't be fooled by the old coaches in the photos. We are thinking of spending the entire next winter here! The waterfront sites are on Chokoloskee bay. Excellent fishing! 3 swimming pools and hot tubs. The bath houses are like new. Must have been remodeled recently. The cleanest restrooms and showers we have ever come across in an upscale RV park. EXCELLENT PARK! We camped at Outdoor Resorts of Chokoloskee in a Motorhome.