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16 RV Parks near Immokalee, Florida
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of Immokalee. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Immokalee in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $16.00
The monthly rate was $475 incl elec and wifi which only works near the office and may not work at all for days at a stretch. The laundry room needs updating -the washers are rusting and the dryers may operate too hot. Otherwise, a pleasant park and owner who may be about to sell. Fire ants may be a problem. - 2 maybe 3 eagles
Feb 2017 - $20.00
As previous reviewers have said, this is an older park out in the country. The 50amp power and the sewer connections both worked well. The owner was extremely nice. It's quiet and peaceful and you can't beat the rate.
Our only problem was that our site was so narrow we couldn't use our awning and our neighbor had already put his awning away anticipating our arrival. Other campers took their chairs into a nice shady area behind the RVs where they gathered to visit. We hate being in such close quarters so we would stay again only in a pinch, but for people who don't mind the closeness, it's a nice place to stay. - all4pets
Jan 2017 - $20.00
This is an older, quiet, rural RV park. This park is a certified wildlife habitat. There is a section of permanent residents on one side of the park and RV sites on the other. All sites have full hookups. The 30 amp sites are closer to the road and the 50 amp sites are toward the back away from the road. Most of the sites are on grass or gravel. Some have a concrete patio. Roads within the park are paved. There is a laundry room with several older washing machines and four newer dryers. The recreation room has many interesting antiques that the owners collected. The room also has a kitchen area, tables, a pool table and foosball table. The park office is at the far back of the park on the south side. - MkvCjv
Dec 2010 - $10.00
I rated this park a 5 because of the fact it's a primitive campground area. Take CR 832 from highway 29 near Felda. Then turn on the last road on the right called Wild Cow Grade. The road into the campground is gravel but not bad. The numbered sites on Panther Pond would be too small for anything over roughly 27 feet and are well shaded. However just a little farther in there is an open field area that would take a big rig and generators are allowed to be run there. I've seen deer, hogs, a bobcat, otters, gators and many bird species. The quiet and scenery are great and well off the busy typical park. Miles of roads and trails. I find it better than Everglades national park. - Goinmobile
Mar 2018 - $100.00
This place has great amenities and many daily activities. However, the people here are the best part. We were here for 2 months and made many friends. They had a "Fun Festival" which were took part in and loved it. This place is not cheap, but the price is worth it. You need to book early and they first book campers staying for 3 months or longer. Once here, all you need to do is walk around the park once and you will feel welcomed. Everyone you see waves or says hello. We made several friends right away and people that owned the park model next to us were great. They welcomed us to Crystal Lake immediately and invited us to several get togethers on their lot. We had a great time. This was going to be a try it once deal, but we are now canceling our plans for next year so we can comeback here for four months. - logjam192
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
Apr 2017 - $35.00
Easy access from I-75, gated, clean, landscaped, friendly staff, hookups convenient, some trees and flowers, paved roads gravel sites. Mid April park was almost empty, snow birds had flown home so maneuvering in park was easy. If park was full would be tight. - rmartin
Feb 2017 - $44.00
Very, very large sites. Plenty of activities and great front desk people. Great pool and laundry/library facilities. Just get cable and better wifi and it would be heaven. - MandT
Nov 2016 - $36.00
We stayed two separate nights in this campground, coming and going to the Fl Keys. Access to I-75 is super easy. Arrival and checkin were quick and pleasant. Overall the camp is very quiet and appears well maintained. Paved drives lead to gravel sites with grassy areas between. Picnic table (polymer) on the concrete pad was new. Mix of sun and shade sites. We had a long (100'+) level flat pull through on both nights. Our 50A utilities worked well, water pressure was fine. We scanned 28 digital OTA stations, mainly from Naples. We bought the Basic Wifi and got a solid 4 Mbps up/4 Mbps down. Dog run is medium sized and well cared for. Pool looked inviting and clean, but we did not use it in our short stay. The laundry also, but the central facility looked large, new and clean with nice lounge area with a large flatscreen TV. We understand Sanctuary was recently (Dec 2014) reopened under new ownership and refreshed as a large RV park accomodating the largest rigs. Would not hesitate to stop here again when visiting The Keys. - Llando88
Jan 2019 - $131.00
On the lake and a great place to own and stay for the winter. We live in Oregon, so that does not work. Park has remote car racing track, small train track park, boating marina, and lots of activities. 100 to 120 wide spaces and covered with vegetation so it's hard to see your neighbors. One of two parks where I would own if I lived closer to Florida. Pulling in and out of space is tough as the roads are not wife enough for a 45 foot to turn around in and back out of. - vern bauch
Mar 2018 - $100.00
This is a class A ONLY motorcoach RESORT, it has a 5 star rating with much to do in season, December to April. reservations are hard to get in season so book early. The landscaping of the park and the indivual lots are perfect, an oasis in the middle of the orange groves and cattle fields. LaBelle has everything you need and very friendly helpful people. it is located on the intercostal river and and has its own Marina. two club houses, restaurant, large heated 90+ degree pool and 2 hot tubs. Putting green, shuffle board, bocci ball, RC race track, Pickle Ball courts (8). remote control sailing club, Miniature RailRoad layout, Biking around the wide paved resort is a breeze or you can rent golf carts. Gym and pay laundry. The Lake lots are pull ins with a view of the water and fountains, very peaceful. - Bill-NancyK
Feb 2018 - $120.00
One of the classiest class A motorhome parks in Florida. 315 sites with a variety for rent or for sale. The "over the top" character is the friendliness of the people and their volunteer participation to bring added camaraderie. This is a place you visit one time and buy immediately. Large lots, excellent landscaping. The pool is huge, immaculately clean and sanitized with bromide which is so much better than chlorine. Activities abound and your arm gets tired waving at all the folks. Another important feature is that all of the drinking water is filtered with Reverse Osmosis, so it is extremely tasty and pure. Give it a try! - DustyBob
Jan 2019 - $55.00
Imperial Bonita is a 55+ park and has many activities. The people staying in the park are very friendly. We had a 2 week reservation and needed to move it back a few days due to illness. The office person was extremely helpful and able to accommodate us. This is a fairly large park with quite a few permanent homes as well as many seasonal residents. It is a short drive from the Bonita Beach, Fort Myers Beach, Lover's Key State Park, and Sanibel Island. It seems like every conceivable chain store or restaurant is nearby. The park itself has a number of activities - tennis, pickle ball, horseshoes, and pool sports. Electricity and water work well. The sites (ours anyway #129) are level. We didn't need any leveling blocks. Generally speaking, the wifi worked well but does slow down from time to time. We will definitely stay here again when we're in the area. - WisconsinMiniLite
Feb 2018 - $35.00
Bonita Springs is near the Gulf and an easy drive to Naples to the South (20 minutes), Ft. Myers to the north (30 minutes), Sarasota to the north (90 minutes). Park is on the Imperial River. Nice walks on banks. Stay here marked a return to Florida after three winters in Tucson. This is a big park (nearly 300 sites) but unlike some where we have stayed over the years, we didn't feel like seals in a colony. Stayed in a full service site just big enough for our 25 ft Class B+. Mostly Class A and 5th wheels, in addition to wide range and age of park models. Park had suffered a lot from hurricane Irma which passed directly over Bonita Springs Sept 2017. Repairs to park models were well underway. RVs that had been damaged (we were told many) had been replaced. Recreational facilities appeared unaffected or already repaired. Park is resident owned so things get done and well. Leak in our water supply fixed within 30 minutes! Dog tolerant, albeit City dog park (nearby) much better than fenced area in park. Number of very good vet clinics and kennels nearby. Many longer term snow birds. Lots of social/sports activities (e.g. shuffle board, pickle ball, yoga, crafts, horse shoes, bocce ball, cocktails...) Near to food stores (eg Publix, Trader Joe's, Fresh, Whole Foods, Winn Dixie) and wide range of shops from cheap to very expensive. Tamiami Trail, about 1.5 miles away, is basically a very long strip mall stretching from Naples to Ft. Myers and on north. You can shop 'til you drop. Nearby movie theaters and music places. This is not a fancy park, but is very well kept and the residents are friendly and helpful. Very comfortable place for short or long stays. Our immediate neighbours had been wintering there for 16, 10 and 7 years. Would happily return. - RHUnity
Dec 2014 - $20.00
This is a decent 55+ park in a great location for visiting several surrounding beaches. Sites are well spaced for multiple slides with concrete patios and gravel for the RV. There are activities & a heated pool that is well maintained. It is quiet. The price shown was for a monthly Dec. stay. We plan to return. - Ron and Jane
Mar 2017 - $33.00
We stopped here overnight, its about 20 min from Ft Myers Fl. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Looks like a nice snowbird campground without all the bells and whistles of the high dollar resorts in the area. There is no shade in the campground. Full hook ups but the water has a smell. Campground is on the grounds of a nice church retreat and borders the Caloosahatchee River. - Psi500
Feb 2015 - $23.00
We swung by looking for a future campground. It was very promising with a well wooded entrance. We stopped at the office to get literature, the keeper talked to us, she was very nice, we got permission to go to the RV park and take a look. We drove through nice woods and came out to the RV park and there it was, a loop on the open plains, no trees, and the motor homes sardined in full sun with no trees or brush. I was so disappointed we just left. For those that don't mind, the inexpensive rate may be fine. - drsolo
Mar 2011 - $23.00
Riverside Retreat has a campground/RV park open to all. Also hosting a camp for churches, organizations, schools, etc. the campground/RV park is separate from that camp area. Situated on the Caloosahatchee River, Riverside Retreat's motto is, "It's the Nature of the Place." It is a quiet park in a natural setting. You may spy gopher tortoises, bobcats, or armadillos on any of the hiking paths. Canoe or kayak the Caloosahatchee. The roads and sites are not paved, but it is a full hook-up campground with a friendly staff. We highly recommend this little gem of a campground. We visit every winter. - Dawn1955
Jan 2019 - $35.00
We are full-time campers. I booked this campground six months out for three months January through March. We got there at three in the afternoon, but the office was closed and no one there to greet us. We found an open site and spent the night. The next morning the manager told us we had to move to an unkept site in the back or at the old dump station. This was not acceptable to us so I asked for my $250 refund back and they refused. I would think twice about booking at this place. - John Shilling
Feb 2016 - $25.00
This older campground seems to be slowly deteriorating. Sites can be close or very spaced. Landscaping is neglected. The best part of this campground are the wonderful residents. There was no activity in the Chiki-Hut and few other activities. The Shuffleboard court is in sad shape with cracks and weeds growing through the court. The hot tub was a nice 102 degrees, but had lots of leaves in it. The pool was never above 72 degrees and usually empty. The was a problem with the water, and we had to find out from the neighbor not to drink it. We should have been informed by management The roads in the park are deteriorating and in need of repairs. Our site had a shared access with two other sites. The monthly rate was $730. We will not return. - Summer Minnesotan
Mar 2011 - $32.00
This is an older campground that boasts mature pine and palm trees and "grass" between sites. Quite a variation in site dimensions but mostly comfortable for spacing. Grass is not watered any more so is rather brown and sparse in the winter months. Nice paved streets and concrete parking slabs with side extension for table and chairs. Picnic tables provided. Perhaps 50% Permanent sites. Very friendly residents. Morning breakfast in Chiki-Hut by volunteers. Some activities. Shuffleboard, Horseshoe pits seldom used but in nice shape. Hot tub at 102, Pool at 80. Monthly rate about $650. Walking distance to Groceries. Closest spots a block from street making for rather quiet surroundings. - easydoesit
Feb 2018 - $60.00
98% sites clean. About half permanents. Mostly nice people. Paved streets. Cable TV. They pickup your trash. Reasonable rates. Water good. Close to historic Bonita Springs. I would stay here again. - RonH999
Nov 2016 - $39.00
Stayed only one night. The campground is mostly permanents/snowbirds, but the campsites are large enough for those traveling thru. The residents were very friendly. The campground is very neat and laid out well. There is a large, heated pool although we did not have an opportunity to use it. It is in a good location, close to shopping centers, etc. and easily accessible. Only drawback is that the residents park their vehicles across from the campsites and we had to ask them to move the cars for us to be able to back into our site. Would recommend this campground and would stay there again. - Cgd 0317-_
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