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13 RV Parks near Everglades City, Florida
Sites: 89 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 1 Reviews
Feb 2005 - $45.00
We spent several days here in February. It is not a fancy park but it was clean, quiet and everyone was very friendly. The sites were not huge but in southern FL not many places have mega sites. Lots of seasonals but most everyone seemed well kept giving the compact surroundings a reasonably pleasant look. Restaurant and store on the premises which was convenient. Other stores and restaurants within 1/2 mile. The marina was at far end of property and only occasionally did we hear the roar of the motors. Interior road was paved and some sites (probably seasonals) had concrete pads. About 1/2 hour drive to Marco Island/Naples area which was convenient. If I were looking to stay near the Everglades again, I would return for a few days stay. Again, not alot to do at the campground but not a bad base camp for the area. - jdkd
Feb 2017 - $110.00
Nice resort located at the entrance to Everglades City. Internal roads are paved with paved sites. We were driving a 45ft MH without a tow and had no difficulty navigating the park, I don't think one could keep the tow attached as the sites are relatively short - plenty of room for the coach with cars parked to the side. Utilities well placed and worked well. Did not use cable or wifi. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Clubhouse very nice with nice but small pool. Resort is located just across from several air boat tour companies so a bit of noise through the day. - LvR
Jan 2017 - $150.00
A very nice, peaceful campground set alongside the Barron river. Some noise from the air boats, but not as noticeable as we thought it might be (we were on a riverfront site at the south end of the campground away from the air boat docks). Very much a roll up the sidewalks kind of town (restaurants were closed by 6pm when we were there). A good place to just put up your feet and relax. Wide access roads constructed with pavers. Sites are pavers with various vegetation between the sites. Plenty of room for rig and toad with generous patio area. Sites were mostly level. Gated campground, but note that the keypad for entry is on the passenger side of the vehicle. No issues at all with big rig access. Power, water, sewer ok. Wifi good signal strength and speed, but could not get our router connected. Macs and iPads had no problems with connecting. Verizon 3-4 bars with adequate speed. No usable T-Mobile signal. No issues with satellite access. No recycling on site. Decent road bike riding adjacent to the park along CR-29 (adequate bike lane and minimal traffic). We would stay here again. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Apr 2016 - $67.00
Wow what a great place! Amazing clubhouse and great pool and hot tub! The owners there are so welcoming--we had a blast with them!! The manager and his wife, and the clubhouse bartender were so nice and fun also! Our site was on the waterway and we loved watching the airboats--took a ride on one as well. We also had a Tiki hut which we enjoyed! We stayed for a special 3 nights for $199 offer. Would definitely love to go back!! - RJ Massachusetts
Mar 2018 - $105.00
They have a very few waterfront sites available and we were lucky to get one. The interior sites are nice too, but not as spacious. The park is very clean. Nice facilities. Friendly people. Very low key and relaxed. - sh4295
Feb 2018 - $79.00
Post Irma stay: Basic sites and roads are paved, roads are mostly one way and wide enough that you should have no trouble getting around. All sites are back in with plenty of room for the tow. This place was under 5-7' of water with the storm surge from Irma. You'd never know it. The place was spotless and the landscaping seemed untouched by the storm. Verizon phone and mifi worked well as did the on site Wifi. Showers were clean with good hot water and pressure. These sites are all privately owned and you have no real choice of which sites you will get till you show up. The nights were quiet and there's not much going on in the area in the way of night life, suited us fine. Fishing is the big entertainment in the area along with paddling. We'd stay here again if we are in the area. - pumper9x9
Mar 2017 - $109.00
What we loved: beautifully landscaped lots! This resort is gorgeous, since it has been established for a while, and the palms and tropical plants are beautiful. What we didn't love: the wifi didn't work at all, and when I called to complain, I got the usual runaround (try different towers, it's just busy right now, etc.). The other issue, which was not the resort's fault, was that our waterfront site was so windy due to its location that we were buffeted around like crazy while we were there. The inner lots looked much quieter and had a lot of vegetation for privacy and wind protection. Restrooms and showers were spotless and the resort had three pools and hot tubs throughout. - Pinkflamingo71
Feb 2018 - $63.00
I hesitate to say anything good about this place as it is relatively small and I don't want others to find out about it. Some have described it as a fish camp and it is a good place to launch your own boat or hire a guide for fishing. Each year that I have been there, at least one night of the week, there is a hootenanny (look it up if you are under 60) with campers with and without instruments participating. - NC Gypsy
Feb 2016 - $50.00
If you want to travel back in time and get away from the hectic "tourist-y" Florida then make the drive down to Chokoloskee. I go down to Chokoloskee Island Park and Marina 3-5 times a year to camp and fish for 4-5 days. This is the perfect place to get away from it all and connect with nature, whether you're an avid fisherman, bird watcher, or it's just your curosity that brings you down to the Everglades, I highly recommend staying here! The owners and manager make you feel right at home, other residents will welcome you with open arms and you will leave there with a few more friends. The campground gets busy from late December to late April, so call early to make a reservation. Sites are very close to each other, so anything bigger than 30 feet will be tough to park and set up. All sites have sewer hook up, good 30A power, and clean water. All campsite surfaces are a mix of hard shell/gravel, grass, and sand, with a couple of the end sites uneven, so bring leveling blocks. Collier County Sheriff's Deputies regularly patrol the park, which is an added sense of security. Make sure to watch the sunset from either the dock or the chickee there, it's second to none! - Clgordon
Feb 2013 - $45.00
We stayed here during the Everglades City Seafood Festival, so the park was full. The prior management had messed up our reservation and had us arriving and leaving a day earlier. The new management went above and beyond to make sure that we were not inconvenienced and found a resolution. The lots are small and very close, most are pretty dusty. That said, we really enjoyed our time here. Our neighbors were friendly and fun. The views are amazing and the sunsets simply gorgeous. The restrooms were very clean and well maintained. Although there aren't many trees, the management has recently added some plantings to help the overall appearance of the park. Although we enjoyed our stay and plan to return, this park isn't for everyone. It is pretty basic. But, the location is great and we really enjoyed our stay. - KnKFR
Jan 2018 - $60.00
Basics: sand roads and grass and sand sites. Sites are pretty tight when they are busy. No picnic table or fire rings at this site some of the other sites have both. There are a few long term/seasonal residents here but not an issue. Roads are easy to navigate. Bathrooms are cleanish but what they really need is a good sandblasting and resealing and paint. The site we were in was right next to the swamp (10') and pretty level. They have 20/30/50 amp power and water at sites with a dump station by the bathroom. The price is pretty steep but they are one of the few campgrounds in there area, location, location, location. This is the site of the "Swampskunk" (bigfoot) research center, it has a trinkets store, and a small zoo of various animals for an additional $12. We stayed here overnight to cut our drive down to a reasonable distance. We will probably stay here again, especially now due to the government shut down, their rate is the cheapest in the area that our coach will fit in. This is a great location to explore Big Cypress National Preserve with hiking and kayaking trails in the area. Just to put things in perspective; This is not an RV Resort, it is an RV park with the minimums in a beautiful area. - pumper9x9
Dec 2016 - $48.00
Interesting private campground in the Big Cypress. Very quiet, we were the only ones until the weekend when a few more families showed up.
Nice big site, grass could have used a cut. Services were easy to access. Site was level.
Nice location between tp of the Preserves main Visitor Centers. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Oct 2016 - $35.00
This is not a member park. No frills nothing fancy. But if you want quiet and wildlife this IS your park. We stayed here after three days in Orlando. Great to be out of the city and away from all the noise and lights. Great central location for base camp while exploring all the everglades has to offer. Experience of a lifetime! - Spirit Creek Farm
Apr 2018 - $24.00
Site 96. Long enough for coach and wide enough to park dolly and car next to it. Sites on the outer side of the perimeter road are generally larger. Lots of dirt. If it rains, it gets muddy. Adjoining sites a little close but not too bad. 50 amp and water. Easy access to dump station but follow the sign, not the arrow, on the roadway. Good showers, warm enough but never really got hot. Bad bugs. - bobcovey
Mar 2018 - $26.00
This was our second stay at this park. It is only about a 40 minute drive from our house. The park in my opinion is rustic and very quiet at night. There is some road noise if you have a site on the north end of the CG. The bathroom was clean and the showers had good water pressure. We were there during snowbird season so there were a lot of out of state campers. I made my reservation about 10 months out as I know how hard it is to get a site during the winter. Weather was cool so the bugs were no problem. The boat ramp/ canoe launch is just a short drive or walk away. All the roads are one way so getting to the dump station is a little challenging as it is located on the road coming into the CG. This CG is very close to Marco Island with good places to go to eat. We will be returning at the end of April for a long weekend. Great place for us to relax and unwind. - Bears Den
Jan 2018 - $11.00
Well, have to agree with everyone else. Here we were in January and the mosquitoes were still everywhere. Didn't sit outside at all. The sites were close, not like most other state parks we've been to. Site 49 which was long and fit our RV, was almost impossible to back into because of the trees on both sides and these "hitching posts" they have placed randomly around the sites. We had to move to another site the next day, 103, and that was a lot easier to back into. However, our front window was right across from another RV, so there was no privacy at all. While there might have been a couple of little walkways, indicating dog walk, there were no trash receptacles around. We were very disappointed in this state park. The hosts and staff worked hard though and did keep up the appearance of the park. Easy in and out to sites, verizon was weak, satellite worked, grass and little pebbles, picnic table and fire pit. - dorcol
Apr 2016 - $73.00
This park is great!! I found the office girl to be accommodating and polite. The showers and laundry room were clean. The all concrete pads were large enough to accommodate my 42' motor home with no problem. The people in the park are nice and inviting. The park is well maintained and staff is great!! I plan to return next season and stay longer. - jebayfront
Nov 2008 - $50.00
Pool was not clean. Hot tub was worse. Small laundry room for size of park and requires new machines. Dusty park. No flowers. Management attitude if you have a problem/concern is "if you don't like it, leave". Found owner arrogant and rude. Good library. We would not recommend or return to this park. - acheson
Feb 2008 - $62.00
The last campground in Naples before Everglades City and the Everglades park. So it is a bit remote from the city, but good for heading south. Nice wide sites with concrete pads and full hookups. Wide streets make backing big rigs easy. The highway noise was noticeable in our transient site. Ask for a more interior site to keep the traffic noise low. - mediawise
Mar 2018 - $150.00
The cost of $150 per night is not a misprint. We have stayed here in past years when it was somewhat less, but of course we are now in high season, and the place was full. This is a Class A motorhome-only resort, which looks more like a high-end suburban housing development with paved streets and meticulous grassy areas bordering sidewalks. (You will see no gravel or dirt roads!) The sites are individually-owned and rented out, if the owner so chooses, when they are vacant. But at this time of year most sites appeared to be occupied by the owner, many with the biggest and fanciest motorhomes. Each site is huge, all boasting lush gardens and shrubs which gives one total privacy. Most sites have paving stones and creative patios complete with lots of outdoor furniture. The center piece of the property is a large lake and while the check in staff were happy and helpful, we had to press for a waterfront lot. Utilities all worked well. We didn't use the cable TV hookup because we had good satellite reception. The resort has all the amenities, including clubhouse, pools, tennis courts. A hidden benefit is a mobile RV mechanic who lives in the complex. We had to summon him late on a Friday afternoon when our water heater began leaking and he came right away. This is not your typical overnight-stay campground. It is a destination to relax and commune with lovely surroundings. We went for two nights. Perhaps they have discounts for longer stays. - alanez
Sep 2017 - $85.00
There are only about six rigs in this entire park on Labor Day weekend...wow! Beautifully manicured grounds, wonderful landscaping, very deep pull-in spaces (didn't even have to drop my toad to pull in to the space!) all concrete/pavers. Just a gorgeous park and so peaceful in what they call the off-season. - expdek570
Jul 2017 - $85.00
Hands down, the most beautiful RV resort we have ever visited (and we've probably visited 75+ RV parks in 10 years). We were here in July, and had the place practically to ourselves. The pool was wonderful and the laundry convenient (24 hours with a change machine, $1.75 to wash, $1.75 to dry). The staff were great - we visited over July 4th and did everything over the phone - no issues. I would definitely visit here again! There is not wifi at the sites, but it works great at the clubhouse/pool. - jillhodges
Feb 2018 - $50.00
The park is beautiful, clean and friendly. The landscaping is kept up beautifully. There are 3 pools, always clean, as well as the 2 hot tubs. There is a work out room and many tennis courts, billiards, shuffleboard, ping pong and golf. The office staff is very friendly and helpful. It is a joy to stay at the park. - Bakmm
Sep 2017 - $56.00
I stayed at the resort about 10 days after Irma ravaged the area, and it was still an impressive visit. I was in the area to help relatives on Marco Island begin the repair process and Silver Lakes was the perfect place to stay and return to each night. Several lot owners in the park did sustain damage and many of their sheds had been overturned. But resort staff were hard at work on the grounds and it was still beautiful. - muleman1
Feb 2015 - $66.00
Rate based upon a monthly stay in an ownership park. Local realtor rents out sites owners are not using. Large concrete sites with manicured lawns and trees. Everything is pristine, many activities, friendly staff and residents. I would return anytime and while I have rated it highly there were a couple of things that annoyed me. The park does its best to promote the them vs us (owner vs renter) mentality. Owners get a remote to open the park gate as they drive up. Renters have to stop at the gate and enter a code. One of the two clubhouses has a Wi-Fi hot spot, fitness room, pool tables, restroom, showers and office. The office closes at 4 and everything gets locked up shortly after. Owners get keys so they can use the facilities anytime. Renters are locked out. I asked the office twice if I could leave a cash deposit for a gate remote and clubhouse key. Both times the response was "only for owners". The other item that I didn't like was that some residents took their dogs to the pool. I noted this at both clubhouse pools. I shouldn't be surprised as in Florida you see dogs in bars, restaurants, malls and grocery stores but it creeps me out when I go to the pool. - retiringDO
Feb 2018 - $135.00
We wanted to visit Naple, hadn't been there since kids were little. We were also going to visit relatives in Boca Raton. Saw the resort when we googled Naples area. Once we were on the resort site we couldn't wait to visit. We pulled into our spot and had a hookup station. Other spots in different sections are back ins. Our lake site had beautiful sunsets. When you walk around you can see the canal, if you had a boat, you'd be able to go to the Gulf of Mexico, wish we had a boat. Some of the lots had casitas and huts. Would definitely come back for another relaxing couple of days. - kimme
Dec 2017 - $130.00
Pros - It's Naples and warm in December. The park restricts the the type and age of units so it looks neat and presentable. They obviously spend money and effort on the overall appearance. Owners are allowed to make closely regulated upgrades to their spaces, so the overall look is consistent.
Cons - For the restrictions and advertised caliber of the park, the streets are not as wide as you would expect and offer little flexibility in navigating to your space. The pedestal in our space was in serious need of repair, but I don't know if this is an owner issue or a park issue. If you have anything larger than 35' don't let them assign you to space 172. Everybody in the park knows it's difficult to get into/out of, although the staff will claim they've never had a complaint. In our space, we had to pull up so our RV tires were touching the grass in order to have room to park our vehicle, diagonally so it would fit.
We were disappointed in our stay. We reserved a specific spot, to ensure shade on the patio side of the coach, as a preview to consider purchasing. We arrived on 12/24 and the office had closed early. Unfortunately, they had given our spot to someone else, and did not update the information they left for us. We ended up in a rather awkward conversation with people who were in the space we reserved.
We spent well over an hour resolving where to park for our stay since our only resource was to call the after hours line and try to find a replacement space over the phone. The person clearly wasn't familiar with the park, since they couldn't figure out the sun direction in relation to space numbers.
No one from the office contacted us to apologize once they re-opened. When I went in myself, to clarify what happened, I was instructed that since they are an ownership resort, potential purchasers would be given priority over people who requested and paid for a specific site (the people in the spot we reserved had asked to be moved there as potential purchasers, which is why we were bumped).
The best comment though, was that moving us wasn't "intentional." Sorry, but if you have the wherewithal to update it in the system, it IS an intentional change, even if you neglect to tell the people affected.
It's a lovely park, but I'm not a fan, especially of their staff. If you want a specific site, be sure to tell them you're interested as a potential purchaser so you get what you paid for. - Dorris H
May 2017 - $100.00
Beautiful Class A resort that also takes Super C. Good check in area, office had a large welcome area with area information. Since the sites are privately owned, the office staff came out and inspected our Super C Rig. The park is gated with good roads with space to maneuver big rigs. Our site was a pull in on the canal, close to the pickle ball courts and main pool. Site was concrete and level. Plenty of room to park the 40ft rig plus our tow. We were there at the end of the Snowbird season, therefore it was quiet. There are 3 pools, and all have whirlpool. The main one is outside the clubhouse. Clubhouse has a large exercise room, banquet room, pool table and small library. The 2 other pools are located around the park with two laundry rooms, good modern machines. Dog park is located back by one of the smaller pools, and was OK as you have to walk thru the storage area to reach the park. There are a few green areas to walk dogs. Property is well maintained. - KKColorado