9 Parks near North Fort Myers, Florida
Feb 2014 - $20.00
Ok..when we pulled into the park we were really disappointed because of the old mobile homes parked in this park. Our comment was "this is where old mobile homes come to die". But, we were scheduled here for 2 weeks so we just parked and thought we would make the best of it. Turns out we had a great time and the people were friendly and the laundry had the newest washer/dryers I've seen in a long time and only $1.25 per load, but only 2 washers and 2 dryers. Our spot had a concrete (space 70) patio fairly good sized but overlooked backside of old, added on trailer but no one was looking into our unit so we felt private. Best news was the internet worked just great (4-5 bars)and it was free and could use it in our RV. Direct TV worked great also. Quiet park, not any children around that I saw. Only 1 block from grocery store was great too. Not the 'richest' part of North Ft. Myers but we felt safe and okay. Great place to stay cheaply (Passport America rates) and be centrally located to visit all the sites and beaches around the area. So, looks can be deceiving sometimes. - kemosabe
Feb 2012 - $17.00
Passport America rate is $17 including tax. Older mobile home/rv park in a very quiet neighborhood on a dead-end street. Park is very neat and clean and well maintained. There are older units but they are neat. People were very quiet and friendly. The manager lives on site and is very helpful. We were in a pull-through next to the office and had good Wi-Fi. There are sites for 40' rigs and back in sites with shade. The laundry was small but convenient and the least costly I have found on this trip. It is pet friendly for small dogs on leashes. It is only 4 miles into Fort Meyers. Hook-ups were good. Shopping plaza with grocery and other shops within walking distance. No cable TV but lots of stations with antenna. Roads are paved. There is a community room with TV, pool table, book exchange, and kitchen available. Would stay here again. - mvano
Jan 2011 - $17.00
This park is a little rough around the edges. However, it is a real value during the snowbird season with our Passport America discount. There are quite a few older permanent units with about half of them looking pretty rough. The people in the park, however, were as welcoming and pleasant as could be, and I felt generally comfortable here. The manager was easy to work with and accommodating. It is an older park, however, it was clean and quiet being at the end of the road. Don't look for extras at this park. However, it did have a clean and well kept laundry facility with two washers and two dryers, so don't expect to do all your laundry at one time. WI-FI like at many parks was only available when next to the office. - bandirector
Mar 2015 - $1.00
Park is located with easy access off I-75. Mainly permanent sites with some RV spaces around the park. We were put in a site that required me to drive in and butt up to a trailer that was in front of me. Hookups required a second 15 foot sewer hose to reach hookup. Good 50 amp power and water pressure remained stable. Grassy site with picnic table on concrete patio, but these were showing there age and heavy usage. Grocery stores, RV Dealerships all within 15 minutes. Interior roads are narrow and tight. - Tomandgloria
Mar 2015 - $59.00
The first misleading thing about this campground is that they call themselves an RV Resort. Far from it. The better and honest description would be to say this is a campground. An old and tired one at that. There are no border lines between the RV lots and they are spaced extremely tightly together. The back end of the neighbor's RV in front of us was barely 3 feet away from our windshield. The hookups are all over the place. The neighbor's sewer dump was right beside our patio, which made for a nice view while eating outside. Eating outside is a hit and miss because not every spot does have a picnic table. When we asked about this at the office they replied "we do not have enough".
This campground does have 700+ sites of which 200+ sites are park homes. There is only one swimming pool for the entire campground. The campground is clean and the people are friendly. There is a very large population of French Canadians in this park. Nothing wrong with that and if you speak some French, even better. The campground was nearly full. This makes for a captive audience which will have to accept what is being offered to them. We stayed here for a week since there was nothing else available in the area. For us, next time, this could be a good overnight spot. No more. I would rather pay more to be in a nicer park. - Olivia Las Vegas
Feb 2015 - $40.00
The people were friendly but the sites were small, close together and the roads were narrow. The stay was okay but the worst part was the so-called laundry services. For a park this size the number of laundries and the number of machines needs to be much larger and to make it more unpleasant, several of the machines did not work. Because the laundry is owned by a separate company, not the park, they are not responsible for the broken machines and don't care. - mountainfan
Aug 2014 - $61.00
Park is very clean and well kept. People are very friendly and sociable. If you are a pet owner I would not recommend this park. It is not pet friendly. You are not permitted to walk your pet except outside the park or directly behind your unit. We were not told of this policy prior to our arrival. Our pet is part of our family and we certainly wouldn't have come here. - Jack Martin
Feb 2013 - $60.00
Rates are not published. Weekly rate quoted to us was high for the area, but decided to stay to visit friends in park. On arrival owner told us we owed $42 more because employee gave us the wrong rate. Had we known we would have stayed in a comparable park near the beaches for less money. Could not use the cable because we would have had to tie a cable box into one of our TV's. WiFi was good, also the water and power. Park has pretty landscaping and we had a concrete pad and patio. Roads are paved. Nice large clubhouse and small pool. Park has member generated activities. During the day the road noise was very loud at our site near the front of the park. Residents were friendly, but we wouldn't stay here again. - Bea PA
Jan 2013 - $31.00
Very nice campground. Gravel roads and sites, with cement patios. Heavily treed with attendant problems with stuff falling on rig and patio. Very pet friendly. Small heated pool is very comfortable. Staff is nice and accommodating. The park is neat and well kept by an attentive staff. Would be a 10 if the sites were roomier. Sites are long, but close together. We stayed a month and are extending it for another. - Wandering Wishnies
Apr 2015 - $50.00
Rate reflects a week's stay. Pros : well-kept and clean facilities, easy access to and in the park with our larger RV, employee who assisted us in parking was excellent, quiet at night, very pet friendly. Cons: close spaces (common to south Florida), too pet friendly if you are not a dog person (most campers had one or more dogs - many large breeds). If in area we would stay here again but would probably try other campgrounds closer to beaches and area attractions first. - Snidely Whiplash
Jan 2015 - $37.00
Stayed there for the months of Jan-Feb 2015 Nice location just off I-75. Could hear some traffic noise from the interstate. Very clean facilities. Lots of nice attractions around the area. Smaller campground. Very clean with great garbage pickup service. Lots of activities, more than we could keep up with. You can tell the management has put a lot of effort into improvements. A little bit of a tight fit in some sites. Nice little lake adjoining that made for some wonderful sunsets. Internet is spotty like most campgrounds. Overall very satisfied. - Garybull
Dec 2014 - $45.00
Stayed several nights and stored trailer on and off for months. Excellent service from staff . Park clean, sites close but quiet. Wide roads. Shaded lots. Very friendly. Good laundry and individual shower rooms. Wifi was ok. No cable. Close to interstate but quiet. - K Willie
Feb 2015 - $25.00
We were assigned a site very close to the road. Site had no picnic table and was very small. Road noise was tolerable. This park is filled with long term units and residents. The bathrooms were dated. One shower had a curtain with mold three inches up from the bottom. Obviously should have been replaced months ago! - Wyboo
Feb 2015 - $35.00
We can't say enough nice things about this park! The owner went above and beyond to welcome us and to make sure we were satisfied. They not only drove you to your spot, but they assisted in hook-up as well. We weren't used to all the help! The other residents are very friendly and helpful. They are booked nearly all winter, and we were very lucky to get in for the weekend. - Vicki K
Jan 2015 - $40.00
Have camped for years all over Florida, this is one of the most friendliest park we have found. Plenty of activities to keep all busy, heated pool, the owners are very pleasant to deal with. Restrooms and laundry are outstanding. Stayed for only a month, will return next season for 5-6 months. - Retired RVerss
Mar 2008 - $34.00
Nice Park w/ all the amenities. Very friendly staff. - alimay
Mar 2015 - $31.00
This is a very friendly RV park with lots going on. But the sites are too close together. We had good reception with the free wifi. - A-J
Feb 2015 - $29.00
This is a nice 55+ RV resort located just off Cleveland Street (AKA Tamiami Trail). That road is busy during the winter season, but the park is set back far enough that road noise was not an issue. We stayed in the park for 10 days, and our rate reflects the discount for a week's stay and Good Sam. The park is a mix of seasonal and transient lots. Shopping of every nature is close by. The bathrooms and showers were newer, spacious, and kept immaculately clean. The laundry had multiple washers and dryers, for good reason--they were often busy. The pool was very nice and quiet. We enjoyed the free ice available at the bathhouse and the daily trash pick-up. The office was closed when we checked in (Tuesday 1 PM), but there was a note on the door with our campsite number. The office staff was very busy nearly every time I was there. I would have rated it higher if not for: (1) no shade, we had one very small palm on our lot, (2) narrow, short sites--we had to park our small car crosswise on our lot or along side the coach as our 27' motorhome took up most of the length of the site. Our neighbors were also close on each side. (3) waiting list for picnic tables--it was day 3 before we had a table delivered to our site. This park is a great value, as cheap or cheaper than the area State Parks, with more amenities. - RagTopDay
Jan 2015 - $30.00
Large RV park full of very friendly folks, most who appear to be seasonal regulars. The RV section of this facility has a nice pool, very nice laundry facility, clean restrooms, and a social hall that offers weekly church services, Euchre night, Texas Hold-em night, shuffleboard games, and the occasional birthday party, ice cream social, and spaghetti supper. The sites are close, but with everyone being so friendly, this was not an issue at all for us. WiFi could be better; needed to use our hot spot most of the time, but all else was really good - we will definitely return again. - Jolly Out There
May 2015 - $42.00
They refused to offer us the off season 50% Passport America rate even though they are listed in the Passport America catalog.
The super-site we stayed on was plenty large and concrete at 100 ft long, and wide spacing between sites, but few if any trees to provide shade.
The bath house was clean and modern, but poorly ventilated with no air conditioning and very small cubicles for showers. They did have a door for privacy, but a shelf that could only hold a pair of sunglasses.
They advertise WiFi at the sites, but even with nobody here, the signal was super slow and weak. The clubhouse did have a computer and printer for use, and the WiFi at the clubhouse was good.
The clubhouse was large and modern with a small library and an exercise room. The pool and spa were fairly large and clean. Their brochure advertises a non regulation 9 hole golf course at the front of the property, but all we saw was a field of overgrown weeds.
The park is directly north of the power station, and it can clearly be heard day and night. If you want to go anywhere from here, you have to get on the expressway and drive for about 20 minutes. There really is nothing around here to look at or visit. The beach is a good 50 minute drive, with no traffic. It is a good place for an overnight stop if you are traveling.
We would not stay here again. The off-season rate of $42 a night was overpriced and not worth it. - RobtK
Apr 2015 - $35.00
We got to the park the last week of March so it was full, we took the last spot in the "supersites" area. Plenty of room for our 44' toy hauler with both the side & back patios open & our truck to park on the all concrete site with room under our awning for the motorcycle - still on the concrete.
The full timers that lived there year around as well as the snowbirds down for 2-6mo. were all very nice, friendly, & accepting of us. The staff were wonderful, helpful, & friendly! Once the park started to clear out with people heading back home, we asked to move to a new site for a better view & we were told "not a problem." Great place! - Lisanator
Jan 2015 - $54.00
Excellent pull through Super Sites, plenty long enough for our 65' motorhome and trailer combo. level, concrete pads and wide road access makes this section great. Very convenient to I-75. Some of the friendliest people on earth. Like all Florida campgrounds, it fills up for January, February and March. We only stayed for one night but will probably be back for a month next year. - Miss Adventure