5 Parks near Punta Gorda, Florida
Nov 2015 - $15.00
Alligator Park is one of the nicest parks we've stayed at in Florida but is primarily a resident-occupied park. There appears to be lots of back-in spots open for transients in the park's central area (there's no pull-through spots) and each site has a concrete pad and grassy sitting areas. The park is extremely well maintained with the grass cut to the perfect length and everything very clean. WIFI is available for additional cost but a user fee in such a low cost park isn't offensive. Verizon worked well as did OTA television. Check-in was easy; the staff helpful and overall process quick and efficient. I can't think of anything I'd change at this park to make it better. My wife and I will definitely stay here again. - fruffiii
Jul 2015 - $35.00
Due to medical problems, stayed 6 months starting mid December 2014.
Daily price is a rough average (high and low seasons).
Wide paved streets, very good power (although some outages from the local power company).
Heavy rain in summer did not cause any problems with the site due to good drainage.
People were very accommodating.
Laundry uses credit cards only so didn't have to worry about getting quarters.
Some sites fully paved, others grass with concrete pad. - MissingLinc
Oct 2013 - $36.00
Quiet park with many owner owned lots. No pull-through, but good level sites. Slabs and grass depending on site. Nice pool, baths, and library. Staff was easy to work with. Monthly rates are high all over Florida as was this park. Well kept, no trash. Would stay again. - sballey
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Rate was off-season with military retiree discount. Regular rate in-season might affect "value" rating I suspect. Densely configured park but it works well. Most sites are pull-through picnic table. Many full-time park models with substantial improvements/additions, all well maintained by retiree-owners. FHU sites with CATV. Strong AT&T and Verizon cell service. Shopping for all needs and tastes withing half an hour, with Walmart & grocery stores less than 5 minutes away. Wonderful rec center back by the kayak launch on Alligator Creek with most extensive take-one, leave-one library I've ever seen, plus fitness equipment, pool tables, etc. BTW, it's called Alligator Creek for a good reason so be careful. Many tourist attractions close by catering to all interests from shell collecting to fishing, golf, and many other sports and intellectual pursuits. There's even a good pistol and rifle range at Babcock-Webb Wildlife Management Area, five minutes away. You almost can't go wrong here and the staff will be most helpful in every way. Good commercial campground. - KodiakHouse
Aug 2014 - $39.00
Nice resort and we would definitely stay here again. Level sites, concrete pad for your patio, easy hook-ups, picnic table, activities and close to shopping. Equidistant from Fort Myers and the Edison/Ford homes or Sarasota and the Ringling, both sites that we enjoyed a lot. Most here are here for the season but there are many 'transients' like my husband and I who were there for a week. - swike
Mar 2014 - $42.00
We like the park so much we have opted to lock into three months this winter. All residents are friendly to full timers and those just stopping over night. Great activities and everyone is always included. Publix is right down the street , WalMart nearby and restaurants and many activities are downtown , just a couple miles away. Great staff , clean restrooms and laundry and we thought very nice and spacious sites. Looking forward to this years stay! - riopreto
Oct 2015 - $40.00
A couple of areas that weren't perfect but the service and helpfulness more than made up for it. Stayed for over 3 months due to medical issues and we were treated very well.
Power wasn't very good. Meter showed a consistent 108 volts so we were careful with what appliances we were running. Needed three 10' lengths of sewer hose, slightly up hill at our site (G28).
Mostly seasonal sites. Expect winter time would be hard to book.
A couple of pull throughs.
Would definitely stay again. - MissingLinc
Feb 2015 - $75.00
We recently stayed at Sun-N-Shade RV Park in Punta Gorda for 15 nights while visiting my parents in a nearby modular home park. This is an older modular home park converted into an RV facility. The streets are extremely narrow and some of the sites are difficulty to navigate. There is no cable and WiFi is an additional, exorbitant charge. Our site was mostly grass and when it rained became a septic smelling swamp. On the good side, the staff and residents were friendly and helpful and they have availability for short-term parking during the prime season. No other sites were available for 100's of miles around. They also had a storage site available for our RV while we took a 7-day cruise before starting our stay. We will probably be back due to availability and close proximity to my parents. - ram14830
Oct 2014 - $15.00
Very friendly and helpful management. Streets are narrow, however, I was able to maneuver a 40' fifth wheel with no problems. Grass sites were a little soft, but again no major issues. Only stayed one night. Residents are very friendly. - Digetydog
Feb 2013 - $35.00
We were going to stay longer than the minimum 3 days, but we had a weird impression of the place when we first drove in. It is an older park with a lot of park models. It was fairly well taken care of but not our style. The swimming pool was fine and overall it was OK but we did not want to stay there very long. We probably will not be back. - rwarner22
Mar 2015 - $46.00
I have never been to a friendlier park!! From the fact that the receptionist actually returned my call first thing in the morning so I could make a reservation, to the residents/campers there that welcomed us with open arms as if they had known us!! It's a resident owned with public campsites available for daily, weekly and monthly rates. Everyone there welcomes visitors with a smile and a hello. It's clean and manicured. We were impressed! We will definitely be back many times. - Our Beautious
Apr 2013 - $22.00
This is one of the cleanest parks we have seen. Staff and campers are very friendly. Our site is spectacular (Passport America, 2 nights). We were a bit hesitant to come here based upon reviews, but seriously, can't think of a negative. We will always stay here when in the area. They even ensure that all RVs are at least 3' off the road - both ends on pull-thrus. VERY level site as well. - The Ear Vinery
Jan 2012 - $34.00
Park is around a pond, 1 mile walk around. We stayed for 1 month (960mo) residents all wave and say hi but beyond that you're part of the clicks. Not many park models but many lot "owned'. No true activities director, few planned events and some cancelled because there weren't enough "owners" attending. Airport right next door with small planes flying 200 feet over head all day long. We will look else where next year. They also add electric than a admin. charge of 6 bucks and then another charge of 6.25 for?. - tomman