25 Parks near Naples, Florida
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
Nov 2015 - $24.00
Initial impression on the phone an hour away was that they didn't want us to come in. We arrived at 5:00 pm on the nose (office closing time) and they acted like it was midnight...they were very put out. The first quarter mile of driveway was horrendously bad and we really thought we were going to a dump. Then we make the final turn into the park and the "curb appeal" was amazingly beautiful. Then we meet the clueless and rude office staff only to be handed off to a very personable site escort. Talk about extreme conflicting first impressions...
After we settled, we walked the grounds. Occupancy rate at the moment is maybe 30% so it feels roomy. When the place fills up in a couple of months, it will be extremely crowded in here. I think we have the only pull-through site out of 300 sites. The sites are grassy and level and utilities are good, but it will be sloppy when wet. Landscaping is pretty especially in the front part of the park with the pool, pond, main facilities, etc. Facilities all look new and extremely clean.
$24/night is the "PA" rate. Not a true 50% rate because we had to pay $3.00 for electric and additional $ for WiFi (both are included at regular $42/nightly rate). This gives us a feeling of being nickeled and dimed to death.
We would stay again if we knew management had a better handle on customer service and the rate policies were cleaned up. We stayed at a bargain rate, but would have felt better paying more and not feeling like they pulled a fast one on us. - Full-Time Roamers
Mar 2015 - $38.00
The road into park was much worse than many dirt roads I have used while hunting. Have used park for 3 years, and it has gotten worse annually. Placed on inadequate location in old section with required 50a mp hookups. Sewer hookup higher than outlet on motorhome. Location tight for 42'. After a one-hour wait and 3 trips to office found manager making a personal call.
She arrived and in 15 seconds said space next to us would not be used. Upon arrival stayed for 30 days. Power not only on our spot but also on whole street kept going out. Park employee tried to identify problem without success. Did get electrical contractor for repairs; did fix some issues but we still had disruptions. Inexperienced manager kept saying it was our unit.
Manager very condescending to guests much older. She had no idea what was happening in her park. We along with others will not return next year. I would not recommend this park to anyone.
The newer section didn't seem to have problems. - trims
Sep 2015 - $95.00
The view and the access to the beach is awesome on the beach side of the park. The front row is the beach. Wifi works and the cable requires a box that you can get from the office. Sand with cement patios and picnic tables. Had to pay extra for our dog, $3 a day. - ChiefET
Sep 2015 - $68.00
Spent Labor Day weekend at this park and very disappointed as to the number of trailers they cram in. We had 6 campers and we had to stager them in our sites just so we could all open our slides and awnings. We were tripping over each other's sewer hoses.
As we walked around and look at other sites some sites didn't even have room for tables, one site literally was on the corner and their door opened onto the street. Ridiculous
This will not be a place we return to. Waste of money. - Senora Frog
Jan 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. - delta 26
Mar 2016 - $54.00
Very nice park, built in the 50's. The roads are paved, but very narrow. There are a lot of permanent park models, neat, clean and well taken care of. The spaces for rvers are grass (mud if it has rained), and very narrow. Rocks would be a good idea. They take you to your spot and guide you in, which is a good thing. With narrow roads, narrow spaces and everyone parking along side the road, you may have to get the neighbors to move their vehicle. Everyone was friendly, the staff helpful and lots of activities. - esta34950
Jan 2016 - $38.00
Our site was grass and mud for 90% of the time we were here. Stepping out of the rig, you had to step into water. Disregarding Florida state law in regard to sewer connections, our neighbors and others were not off the ground and often underwater. To say that the interior roads in this park are narrow is an understatement and the sites themselves are even worse. They are extremely close together and to the road. There is very little room for driving down the road. Several rigs, as they were leaving, came within Inches of ours. Every time someone arrived or left, several passenger vehicles around that site had to be moved. We stayed here for a month in January 2016 We will never stay here again. - Summer Minnesotan
Dec 2015 - $16.00
Club Naples RV Resort is located on Beck Road in Naples, Florida, just off of I-75 (Exit # 101), and offers approximately 305 sites consisting of tent sites, RV sites, and park models. The majority of the sites are back-in, with only 12 pull through sites. Quite a few of the sites are grass sites, so when it rains the sites gets extremely water logged and muddy. Although Florida has a state law in regard to sewer connections being raised up off of the ground, there are quite a few RV's within the park that are in violation. Management does not seem to be addressing these issues either and could be a concern if the sewer lines are not being properly cared for, especially when it rains. Entry/exiting the facility from Beck Road, coaches and rigs have ample turning room; however, once inside of the resort, maneuvering cars/coaches/rigs down the narrow interior roadways is extremely difficult, so use EXTREME CAUTION when navigating the interior roads.Check-in at the facility was quick and the receptionist was very welcoming and friendly. She gave us our information and a map of the park so that we could find our site. After unhooking our toad, we began to navigate the narrow roads to our site, only to discover that the sites were worse in regard to space. The sites are EXREMELY close together with coaches and cars parked just inches from the roadways. Although my husband is a skilled motor coach driver, it took two of us to navigate him backing up (one in the front and one in the back) so that we wouldn't accidently hit anyone. Folks, when I say that this place is tight, I'm not exaggerating. We stayed here for almost a month in December 2015 in a 40' motor home, and with the number of RV parks in the surrounding area there are to choose from, we would not stay here again. Most of our neighbors feel the same way. - The Diesel Gypsies
Sep 2015 - $22.00
We stayed here November 2014. Our site had water and electric. Dump station is on the exit road. I will stay here again. After dusk, there are very many mosquitos. During winter, reservations are a good idea. - R V Camper
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Small grass campsites, overrun with people in the spring. Lots of mosquitos but this is the Everglades! Good place for canoeing. Restroom/Shower facilities are disgusting. Where is the beach? Only beaches within a reasonable drive are very limited on Marco Island. - MaxWeisenstein
Feb 2015 - $24.00
We stayed over the weekend of the annual bluegrass festival, and the campground was packed. As stated before, the sites are very tight and lack definition. We had tents on each side of our RV in the space of one average campsite. The two couples on our right had 5 kids for a total of 9 people, with two tents and two cars. Thank goodness they were a delightful family or this set-up would have been way too cozy. Some sites looked larger and probably much harder to reserve. There were many weekend campers, walking from site to site to visit, music playing, and loud talking. Many campfires were burning, off and on all day and into the evening. With being so close, it was hard to avoid the drifting smoke. The front bathrooms located in the rec hall building had been remodeled and were very nice, but there were only two stools, two sinks, and one shower. The larger bathhouse in the center of the campground was overdue for a remodel. The campground is in a remote location, not much within 5 miles of the park. We did visit the Everglades while here and drove over to Marco Island. We normally prefer State Parks over private RV parks. This one would be the exception. - RagTopDay
Naples, Florida 34114 (map) | (239) 775-4340
Sites: 165 | Latest Rate: $23.00 | 11 Reviews
Sep 2015 - $23.00
We were not pleased with this park. Reserved and paid for a site over the telephone, when we arrived in the afternoon the office was closed, had to call the reservation number again to find out where to go. The site we were given was under construction & closed. Advertised cable tv but you had to go to a comcast store & create an account to receive a digital box, & after 3 frustrating hours cable still did not work, & we have to return the box also. I will never stay here again & would not recommend this park to anyone. - Rogerkw
Mar 2015 - $45.00
No security at night. The park has an issue with the locals coming in the park and stealing yet the management cant seem to keep them out, but to be honest they didn't steal from us but it makes for a little nervous nights. They need so sort of deterrent. Cameras or a gate or patrolman but other than that a clean and friendly park. We will stay again next year and if there is any improvement I will rewrite my review. It can be a great park if a few things like stealing would be dealt with. - Detroit Redwings
Mar 2015 - $40.00
Big rigs watch the tight roads, wifi is intermittent. Good Location. Very Shady Trees. Watch the Tight Roads! Nice Pool. - hankski
Jun 2016 - $70.00
Very nice park. Unfortunately due to a family emergency we were only able to stay one night. Beautiful location and facilities and very friendly and helpful staff. Great swimming pool and spotless bathrooms. - pete2195
Feb 2016 - $85.00
I agree with others about the no-see-ums at night. Good location with a fair number of semi permanent residents. Nice pool and laundry facilities. Staff was very friendly.
Sites were a little tight, but reasonable. Met lots of friendly campers. Naples and Marco Island are close by, as well as Walmart.
Didn't enjoy the loud music from the the band playing at the pool one day. Not everyone wants to hear live music.
We didnt have any problems with wildlife.
Nice facility and would stay again. - Tumblewood
Jan 2016 - $50.00
Lets start with the gnats! They are terrible! Deep Woods Off didn't even phase them. It stormed three or four of the 7 days we were there; roads flooded and the ditch was flooded. They also have bears and panthers.. yes that's right! Down the street from the campground they were in their pythons round up.
The only good things are: heated pool, spa and spacious site with concrete pad, fire ring, picnic table and patio ( but the gnats eat you up before you can get to your camper). Its close to Naples and Marco Island. - virginiagirl2015
Jan 2016 - $110.00
Most beautiful and high class RV resort in Florida. Note that site reserved is not guaranteed, just site type. There are two websites, two realtors that rent sites online. Call both for availability. Avoid sites on western side, noisy highway 41 traffic. No wifi at sites, just clubhouse. Do not tailgate into park, new double gates will come down on car. Fill water tank, no water for one morning. - univmd
Mar 2015 - $125.00
OK, I admit I'm a snob, but try hard not to be. This RV'ing is more my husband's thing vs. me. But when I enter what I'd truly call an "RV Resort" then I'm very content. I like to take long walks with our dogs, and I like to see beautiful landscaping. And Pelican met my likes wonderfully. The lots are private with beautiful landscaping. It would have been wonderful if our pups could have enjoyed the lake, but I was told to Not let them swim. My husband loved seeing all the Class A RVs. I'd gladly return again. - Sally Kely
Dec 2014 - $90.00
Nice place. It's not Bluewater Key, but it's okay. Very upscale in appearance. The people we met were cordial and welcoming. The pool and spa are nice, but beyond that there is not much to do at the resort, and nothing outside the gate is within walking distance. As a transient visitor I found it surprising and unacceptable that a highly rated resort has wifi available only at the clubhouse. It would also be helpful if their pre-visit email included instructions for checking in after hours and weekends. That was a clumsy process that created a less than favorable first impression. We're glad we experienced Pelican Lake and had an enjoyable time, but we're not impressed enough to come back or consider purchasing here. The search for our long term snowbird destination continues. - USMCRET
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
Mar 2014 - $85.00
This is the most we have ever paid for a RV park (Resort) in 20 years of fulltime RVing and we didn't even have a picnic table. We were in site 1193, very near the dumpsters. First morning at 6:12 am they dumped the garbage; at 7:10 am they were mowing under our bedroom; and every day starting about 6:30 people were in and out with their golf carts and their beepers going when backing up. The neighbors used our lot for a walkway at all times. Worst was DW had a medical emergency and couldn't walk. Called 911, told them where we were, walked outside and put on the truck flashers. Could hear the horn from the FD/EMS which was only 1/4 mile away. Took them 20 minutes to find us in the park. In that time, at least 25 cars/golf carts went by and not one stopped to ask if they could help us. Another time I was in the clubhouse using the WiFi (which is bad) and my wife needed to get me to see some repair guys and the people at the luncheon told her I wasn't there and wouldn't let her in to find me. If you are a renter, you are invisible. - bilmo
Mar 2014 - $85.00
This is our first visit to this resort and we are so glad we gave it a try. The guests and owners are warm and welcoming. Pet friendly and pedestrian friendly for those who enjoy biking and walking. The sites are extra large compared to other resorts in the area and are by far more beautiful than the competitors. There is even a 9 hole golf course located on the property. - kma
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
Mar 2014 - $46.00
On the face of it, this resort should not rate as well as it does! But for the price and location it is hard to beat. Sites are level and many are concrete, but they are not large! Lots of seasonal rentals, but everybody was very friendly without being obtrusive. Clean restrooms and good laundry at a fair price! WiFi worked well for me, but possibly because I was close to the office. I would give it a 10 if the sites were larger, but I would certainly stop here again - great value! - Limey51
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