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Date of Stay: January, 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. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.
There are many good restaurants in the area and lots of things to do. We come for the beach so the rest is secondary. Grocery stores nearby, one within easy walking distance. City bus cost, I think, .25 and runs from one end to the other and has a regular schedule.
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $66.00
We stayed here four nights and it was great. We were directly across the street from the ocean (although they do have ocean front spots) we wanted a pull through on park side. The showers were clean and warm. There is plenty of stuff nearby: food, gas station, etc. The internet was bad but how often do you find good internet at rv parks. I recommend this place and would stay there again. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $80.00
This place was clean and very friendly people. Cant wait to go back in the fall. This place is awesome being right on the ocean. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $84.00
A great location for beach lovers, biking, and walking along with pet friendly beach rules. You are paying to have direct access to the beach and the Gulf of Mexico and the price is well worth it for that alone. Campground is very friendly, quiet, and clean with a great maintenance staff. Services were good. All showers and bathrooms were clean and accessed only via a key. Access to parking is tight to say the least, but not a problem with the help provided by park staff. Only negative is the office staff. They could use a good course in customer service as they are less than helpful and close to rude. Overall a great stay and our fourth time. We will return for sure. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $107.00
The ONLY reason we go here is to get a site on the beach or with a beach view, and we were able to do that in February. If not we avoid this place. This park has the smallest, tightest sites you will ever see. You will be "professionally parked" by the employees who do a great job and need to. Utilities worked well, WiFi was slow in the evening. On the beach side you will get road noise from Estero Blvd., including plenty of loud motorcycles and trucks. You will also get noise from some of your neighbors because you will be packed in so close. We'll be back to enjoy the beach and the adjacent Junkanoo restaurant, but only for short stays of 3 or 4 nights. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $86.00
As others have noted, this park is all about location. Think very carefully about the value to you of being on or near the beach. Actually, it feels like two separate parks. The east, or street, side is a mixed development of mobile homes, park models and RV spaces. It has paved access roads and a traditional layout, albeit somewhat tight. The beach side, across the street, is completely different. It has all sand roads and sites with scrub grass, poured concrete patio pads (some good and others all broken up), and some of the tightest 90-degree parking we’ve ever been in. The beach row is always in demand, of course, and was full the whole time we were there (actually had RVs in other spots waiting for their turn). Beyond that row, there are limited beach side spots for larger rigs (over maybe 38 feet). Maybe it was the off season, but some of the comments made in prior reviews didn’t apply: Wi-Fi was free (but mostly down), pet papers weren’t required, and trailers were parked on the beach row. Power was very good (running 3 A/Cs) and, in spite of the tight sites, utility hookups were convenient. Cable TV was advertised but our site’s box was damaged; they offered to run a splitter from a neighboring site. Satellite access was limited on the beach side due to the numerous trees; even beach row sites had some blockage due to palms. If you can put up with heat, humidity, and an onslaught of biting no-see-ums to get beach access and awesome sunsets, this park might be for you. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $80.00
We stayed here over the 4th of July long weekend. The park was packed as expected. Unless you were able to get a campsite right on the beach, we would never stay here again. The rest of the sites are tiny, packed tightly, some unusable if you actually wanted to put your awning out and sit. South Florida gets a lot of rain this time of year and they have horrible drainage. Our truck underwater for most of the weekend. They allow dogs, but really no place to walk them to do their business. Their Wi-Fi never worked for me and I had to use our hotspot. The people who worked there were nice and helpful. It would have been nice to have a pool. The campground sits in the middle of residential area, so we heard noises as in trash trucks and traffic at all hours. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $62.00
We camped here over Memorial Day weekend for 4 nights with advance reservations. We had campsite A17 on the land side on a corner. We had easy in-easy out. Most of the sites require you to disconnect, and they will park your trailer for you because they are tight. The employees are very skilled at getting RVs into tight spaces. It's all about location, location, location with the beach just across the street. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our stay, but you have to realize when you are coming here what you are in for. We did, and it was better than we expected. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $65.00
We stayed on the park side right in front of the shuffleboard area, taking up 2 spots. We enjoyed our stay over spring break week. The beach and access was fantastic, and the location of the park to restaurants etc. was easily within walking distance. The park itself is older, well maintained, tight as you could possibly imagine & hosted some of the nicest folks you can find anywhere. Pricey, but as in all real estate…location – location – location. Thanks Red Coconut for making us feel welcomed. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $92.00
Price is too high for what you get, even though it is located on a pretty beach and you can easily bike into town from the park. Also, the staff member who got us into our site was a super nice dude and a back in master. However, the sites are the tightest we've ever seen. Everyone was really right on top of each other. Also, we were in the fourth row so there was horrible road noise. Wi-Fi was too expensive (for the price, we thought it should have been included). We will probably stay somewhere else next time. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $100.00
Nights Stayed – 3 Park Overall – If, RVing ON THE BEACH, is your bag then this is the place. The front row faces the beach. Motorhomes only allowed on the 1st row. Our site on the second row was a 1/2 minute walk to the beach. This park has the smallest and most difficult backing into sites I’ve experienced. I’ve reported small sites before but these sites are ridiculously small. Backing skills are a must to stay here, motorhome or trailer. The park is overpriced but beach front RV sites are few. In addition to $98/night for a small sand lot, they also have a 10% “Utility Charge” + a $3/dog/night. Certain breeds of dogs are not allowed. You must present your dog’s vacation record before check-in. The restroom and showers are kept locked, for a $5 deposit you get a key. RV Type Used - 5th Wheel 28 Ft, one slide. My Site (34) – The site is small and narrow. I’ve used that term many times in my reviews but I mean extremely small and narrow. My slide extends past my neighbor’s RV. I had to park our truck on on our patio. What We Did – Eat, drank and relax, the beach, 100 feet from the second row and the front row is smack on the beach is hard to beat. Sunsets don’t get better. Restrooms –– Very clean, hand soap and blow drier provided. Showers – As good as they get. Cell Service - Verizon worked, 3+ bars - 3G at lease Internet Access – The Park offers Wi-Fi at a cost. We were able to use our Verizon Hot Spot. Satellite TV – Parks has cable with many channels. Basic Shopping – Public’s 1.1 miles south. Dining – We ate three consecutive lunches at Junkaroo Restaurant, next door to the RV Park. Good food with outdoor dining. Would I Return – No, but I probably will my, my wife loved the beach. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2012 - $118.00
We went in the office to check on a site. The ocean front sites on the brochure stated the cost of $88.00, however the man behind the counter said they were $118.00 plus tax right now. Why the rate increase we have no idea. The sites on the beach are right at the beach edge looking at the water, with dotted palm trees. If you want to be right on the beach then this is for you. Side by side with barely any room in between each unit, then autos parked everywhere. We weren't impressed with how packed it was. There are sites on the opposite side of the road also, a very busy road to cross over. Most of those seemed to be more permanent residents. The beach was so packed at this area I don't know how one could see the beach for all the umbrellas. If you like crowds and don't mind reaching over and touching the camper next to you, but want to be right on the ocean, then this is the place for you. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $90.00
Small sites, washrooms were sandy, others walked right through our site,you MUST be parked by an attendant (and give up all of your thinking mind because he knows what he's doing), check-in person was a little surly... but...RIGHT at the beach! We walked to restaurants, enjoyed the beach with the dogs, great view of the New Years fireworks. You can't beat that. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $89.00
Short version: tight, clean, friendly, location ++. We spent a week here and they put us all the way in the back in the overflow sites in the storage area back by the dumpster. I was initially put off by this but the site grew on me quickly. They had 50 amp, sewer, water, and cable. It was quiet at night and one side of the motorhome was right next to the jungle natural area and we weren't right next to anybody. They work hard to keep the park clean so about 7:30 AM they start dumping the trash, but it's not too noisy. The bathrooms and showers were spotless with lots of hot water and good pressure. The staff was friendly and helpful. The sites on the beach are right on the beach, you might have trouble getting anything over 40' in the beach row. If you want one of those make reservations early and it will cost ya. The cable TV is just about a dozen local channels and they have pay Internet access. However Verizon MiFi works great. The roads are paved with grass and sand sites. All the sites are pretty much right on top of each other except the one we were in. This place has a great beach, close to grocery store and the pier area is only about two miles away. Bring a bike and use it because you can move about 3 times as fast as the traffic. When you come here just plan to park your car, ride your bike or take the bus which runs about every 20 minutes or so. The only downside of this place is how tight it is and that you have to pay for Internet access. We ended up paying about $89/night all the way back on the Park side. We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $80.00
Great resort and great location, would definitely return. Right on the beach, and what a gorgeous beach it is; the sand was like talc. No free wi-fi which is a liberty when you are paying good money to stay there and sites are a bit close but apart from that it was perfect We camped at Red Coconut RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
There are many good restaurants in the area and lots of things to do. We come for the beach so the rest is secondary. Grocery stores nearby, one within easy walking distance. City bus cost, I think, .25 and runs from one end to the other and has a regular schedule.delta 26 • January 2015
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