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28 RV Parks near Naples, Florida
Mar 2017 - $16.00
No laundry. No dump station. No clubhouse. No problem. All sites are FHU. All sites have a patio pad and level gravel. Good water and 30/50 power. Xfinity WiFi - 5 bars ATT cell coverage - 3 bars. The usual OTA TV. This place is simple, quiet and had a friendly crowd. Owner is around every day during the winter taking care of the place. - bkaupe
Jan 2012 - $22.00
A nice clean well kept but small campground, no amenities, park has new electric system, good water pressure. There are a few sites on the Henderson Creek. The park has 2 fishing piers with moorings for small boats/ canoes. Owners are not on site, but visit a few times a week. A very quite park in a good central location to Naples and Marco Island. All sites are crushed stone. Walmart super center is only 1 mile away. - scouse
Feb 2019 - $54.00
Okay camp ground, I expect more for the price. It is mostly park models with some RV sites. Our site 353 was on a corner and impossible to get into unless you cut across the grass of the neighbors site. Cement was broken. People nice on the surface but very clique. Would probability not stay again. - newbies2016
Mar 2017 - $50.00
We stayed for 2 months, January and February, and the rate is based on that long term stay. The park is exceptionally clean...the grounds as well as the rest rooms, laundry, pool area, etc. Most people are there for a month or more, and about half the sites are park models, not RVS that move. The sites are good sized, and there is a lot of grass. Most have concrete patios. The rest rooms are modern and very clean. The showers are great, and usually empty, as most people use the ones in their living quarters. There are many activities if you choose to participate....bike rides, walking group, card games, cookouts, live music, shuffleboard tournaments, etc. The pool is not large, but is very nice with ample lounge chairs in both sun and shade. All the people we met were quite friendly. The office and maintenance staff were very helpful. This park is very close to several beaches - a 10- 15 minute drive. Many stores nearby. It's only a couple of blocks off Rt 41, but far enough that we didn't hear traffic. It is about 12 miles north of 5th Ave in Naples. WIFI is included, and the signal is strong, but not fast enough to stream movies. We will definitely stay again. - JJ1951
Jan 2017 - $50.00
The park is very clean and close to the beaches in Naples, Bonita Springs, and Fort Myers. Very nice pool but no hot tub. A few planned activities but I would have liked to see more offered. My biggest complaint is the lot sizes. They have them shoved in like a can of sardines. If you like your neighbor it's fine but mine smoked outside which then limited my time outside. Also, there is not a dog area and since the spaces are so tiny it is impossible to keep your dog from using your neighbors area. Again, if your neighbor doesn't mind your quick pick up of dog waste your ok. But if it bothers you to have a dog as a neighbor you may want to look somewhere else. The roads leading to the sites are very narrow and with the units being so close together it can be difficult to maneuver. The park does not offer you any assistance in getting you to your spot. - Bakmm
Jan 2018 - $42.00
Very tightly packed together park that is combo of RVs, park homes, and some converted campers made into permanent dwellings. Far from a "resort" but we are pretty laid back so that isn't typically a big consideration. Would blame the hurricane a few months ago but that really wasn't the issue. Fairly recently purchased by Sun and it is obvious they are working hard to improve. First the good- it is clean and felt very safe. Conveniently located for all things Naples or Marco Island. The staff is helpful and personable. Unfortunately the downside is that we were squeezed into a site (between 2 permanent structures) that was definitely not made for a 40' MH (reservations made many months ago). The ground was so beat up and uneven that it was difficult to put out chairs and the very small concrete "pad" was actually at the back of the motorhome. Getting to the site required a resident to move their lawn decorations because the road is so tight that there is no way to make the turn (we were told that this is a well-known problem). In fact pretty close to tightest road we've ever seen in an RV park. If improvements made would consider but otherwise not likely to return. - retiredhappyrvers
Oct 2017 - $25.00
This RV Park is an older park and made up of mostly permanent RV's and Park Models. Driveways into the sites are extremely narrow. If you have a Coach longer than 35' you'll have trouble making the turns necessary to get into your site which are also narrow. Sites have full hookups with a gravel drive and a grassy area with a concrete patio. However it is quiet at night. Free Wi-fi. No cable TV. No other amenities. - Michael Kibler
Feb 2017 - $33.00
We stayed at this park for a month in February. The rate we paid is based on their monthly rate. This is not your typical RV park, but it was OK. The park has about 300 spaces and only about 50 are available for transient guests. The remaining spots are occupied by permanent residences that are constructed out of vintage (and I mean vintage) travel trailers. These old trailers had bedrooms and a large porches added. Most were pretty cute and had been regularly painted. Many had extensive landscaping. The predominate mode of transportation around the park seemed to be three wheeled bicycles. A large percentage of the permanent residents were French-speaking Canadians who pretty much kept to themselves. This was a very active park with live entertainment or disco two or three nights a week. This was in a pavilion in the middle of the park replete with flashing lights strobe lights, and music often in French. Also water aerobics in the pool most mornings to the same tape. Sometimes it all kind of seemed like a David Lynch movie. We had a nice large pull through space with plenty a room. Parking was on gravel but we had a nice concrete patio, a picnic table, and the space was surrounded by a well-maintained lawn. About the only difference from a more typical park was that we were looking at these converted travel trailers rather than other RVs. There was a very nice swimming pool and extensive library and clubhouse. Residents had a busy schedule of golf and horseshoes. Probably the best two things about this park where the cost and the location. The monthly rate was about half of what most other parks charge in this area. Also the parks location on the south side of Naples was perfect, about 15 minutes from either downtown Naples or Marco Island. Not as much traffic congestion is on the north side of Naples. The Park has also been recently purchased by Sun RV Resorts and they are making extensive improvements to the infrastructure. - thyde
Jan 2018 - $115.00
Very nice place. No junky permanent sites. They did not tell us that they were remodeling and no laundry. - RonH999
Jan 2017 - $86.00
This park is a major dichotomy. It has nice, open big rig sites, great activities, friendly staff, clean facilities and great pool. The down side of all this is the "no see 'ems" biting the life out of you every morning and night. Supposedly surrounded by a preserve, they can't spray of this but that doesn't help the biting. Unfortunately, these gnats overshadow the niceness of the park. - NJ-Montana
Sep 2016 - $72.00
This is a great park. My family loved staying in the cabin and the breakfast was great and reasonably priced. They provide activities also. Great service and great staff. Restrooms and showers were clean. Lot neighbors were nearby. Site surface was dirt and offered some shade. - Ruth Ann Powell
Nov 2018 - $70.00
We really enjoyed our stay. Quiet campground although not at capacity. Everything was extremely clean. We have a smaller motorhome so we had no problem getting into our site. Plenty of areas to walk dogs. Great restaurants, shopping and parks nearby. Only drawback was that site was a bit narrow with trees and shrubs impacting where we could park and safely extend slides. Our site did not have cable although other sites did. - HeyheyJJ
Oct 2018 - $60.00
We stayed one night on the way to the Keys. It's a small resort but well maintained. We had a full hook up pull through with cable. It was long enough for the motor home and tow. Cable worked well. WiFi was stronger than most resorts. Plenty of grass for the dog. Lots of choices close by for food and shopping. They warned me when I made my reservation that there are no refunds on deposits if you cancel. - Patricia57
Mar 2018 - $73.00
Fairly small quiet RV park (80 spaces) appears to cater to their many repeat snowbird guests who were polite but didn't come over to chat. Both pull through and back in sites. Small clubhouse and pool. Typical landscaping of palm trees, some grass and short hedges between the sites. Mulch around the trees but oddly enough, no mulch around the short hedges just dirt/sand that you had to step in to access your bays (and track into your rig). We booked a 2 week stay about 2 months prior to our arrival.
Positives: Everything neat and clean. Great location close to downtown Naples and Marco Island. Plenty of stores and parks nearby accessible by sidewalk for biking or walking. Lots of places to walk your dog.
Negatives: overpriced for what you get. Spaces are a bit tight for this price range. VERY rigid reservation policies. We called prior to our arrival to modify our reservation (wanted to arrive a day later and shorten our stay by a couple of days) but was told that they had a business to run and I was "obligated" to stick with my original 2 weeks. Their online policy states that you can't shorten your stay after you arrive but apparently you can't shorten it prior to arrival either. We would not stay here again due to the cost and service here. - Nautical Wheelers
Feb 2019 - $175.00
This a beautiful gated luxury RV resort with an expansive clubhouse, outdoor patio area, good size gym, large infinity pool as well as two other decent size satellite pools and lovely small lake with fountain. We stayed in a premium pull-in site facing the small lake. There are also sites along a canal with docks if you have a boat as well as standard sites around the interior of the park. The least expensive site is $145. This is an owner owned park but plenty sites are not developed and available for rent. Considering their rates for the rental sites, there were some disappointments: just (ugly) concrete pads with no table or chairs, no fitness classes or aqua classes except yoga once a week, charging for all socials and yoga class, sites are somewhat close together with no landscaping at all between sites, but the biggest negative of all was the lack of WiFi. They're still using Tengointernet which was free but as many of you know is the worst. We had to pay a monthly rate of $30 for "premium speed" even though only staying 2 weeks so we could just download emails. Hope they will give serious thought to upgrading this. With the rates they are charging you should definitely get more bang for your buck. - Beachside Baby
Feb 2018 - $135.00
We wanted to visit Naple, hadn't been there since kids were little. We were also going to visit relatives in Boca Raton. Saw the resort when we googled Naples area. Once we were on the resort site we couldn't wait to visit. We pulled into our spot and had a hookup station. Other spots in different sections are back ins. Our lake site had beautiful sunsets. When you walk around you can see the canal, if you had a boat, you'd be able to go to the Gulf of Mexico, wish we had a boat. Some of the lots had casitas and huts. Would definitely come back for another relaxing couple of days. - kimme
Dec 2017 - $130.00
Pros - It's Naples and warm in December. The park restricts the the type and age of units so it looks neat and presentable. They obviously spend money and effort on the overall appearance. Owners are allowed to make closely regulated upgrades to their spaces, so the overall look is consistent.
Cons - For the restrictions and advertised caliber of the park, the streets are not as wide as you would expect and offer little flexibility in navigating to your space. The pedestal in our space was in serious need of repair, but I don't know if this is an owner issue or a park issue. If you have anything larger than 35' don't let them assign you to space 172. Everybody in the park knows it's difficult to get into/out of, although the staff will claim they've never had a complaint. In our space, we had to pull up so our RV tires were touching the grass in order to have room to park our vehicle, diagonally so it would fit.
We were disappointed in our stay. We reserved a specific spot, to ensure shade on the patio side of the coach, as a preview to consider purchasing. We arrived on 12/24 and the office had closed early. Unfortunately, they had given our spot to someone else, and did not update the information they left for us. We ended up in a rather awkward conversation with people who were in the space we reserved.
We spent well over an hour resolving where to park for our stay since our only resource was to call the after hours line and try to find a replacement space over the phone. The person clearly wasn't familiar with the park, since they couldn't figure out the sun direction in relation to space numbers.
No one from the office contacted us to apologize once they re-opened. When I went in myself, to clarify what happened, I was instructed that since they are an ownership resort, potential purchasers would be given priority over people who requested and paid for a specific site (the people in the spot we reserved had asked to be moved there as potential purchasers, which is why we were bumped).
The best comment though, was that moving us wasn't "intentional." Sorry, but if you have the wherewithal to update it in the system, it IS an intentional change, even if you neglect to tell the people affected.
It's a lovely park, but I'm not a fan, especially of their staff. If you want a specific site, be sure to tell them you're interested as a potential purchaser so you get what you paid for. - Dorris H
Sites: 165 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 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
Jan 2019 - $154.00
One of the nicest parks in the U.S. The sites are about 150 feet apart and covered with trees and vegetation so you can not see any neighbors. This with a view of a very large lake at your front door, nice people and friendly dogs and staff. If I lived near here, and not Oregon, I would buy here. Not expensive for what you get, we stayed here two weeks so the 154 a nite may have been discounted. - vern bauch
Mar 2018 - $150.00
The cost of $150 per night is not a misprint. We have stayed here in past years when it was somewhat less, but of course we are now in high season, and the place was full. This is a Class A motorhome-only resort, which looks more like a high-end suburban housing development with paved streets and meticulous grassy areas bordering sidewalks. (You will see no gravel or dirt roads!) The sites are individually-owned and rented out, if the owner so chooses, when they are vacant. But at this time of year most sites appeared to be occupied by the owner, many with the biggest and fanciest motorhomes. Each site is huge, all boasting lush gardens and shrubs which gives one total privacy. Most sites have paving stones and creative patios complete with lots of outdoor furniture. The center piece of the property is a large lake and while the check in staff were happy and helpful, we had to press for a waterfront lot. Utilities all worked well. We didn't use the cable TV hookup because we had good satellite reception. The resort has all the amenities, including clubhouse, pools, tennis courts. A hidden benefit is a mobile RV mechanic who lives in the complex. We had to summon him late on a Friday afternoon when our water heater began leaking and he came right away. This is not your typical overnight-stay campground. It is a destination to relax and commune with lovely surroundings. We went for two nights. Perhaps they have discounts for longer stays. - alanez
Sep 2017 - $85.00
There are only about six rigs in this entire park on Labor Day weekend...wow! Beautifully manicured grounds, wonderful landscaping, very deep pull-in spaces (didn't even have to drop my toad to pull in to the space!) all concrete/pavers. Just a gorgeous park and so peaceful in what they call the off-season. - expdek570
Apr 2016 - $73.00
This park is great!! I found the office girl to be accommodating and polite. The showers and laundry room were clean. The all concrete pads were large enough to accommodate my 42' motor home with no problem. The people in the park are nice and inviting. The park is well maintained and staff is great!! I plan to return next season and stay longer. - jebayfront
Nov 2008 - $50.00
Pool was not clean. Hot tub was worse. Small laundry room for size of park and requires new machines. Dusty park. No flowers. Management attitude if you have a problem/concern is "if you don't like it, leave". Found owner arrogant and rude. Good library. We would not recommend or return to this park. - acheson
Feb 2008 - $62.00
The last campground in Naples before Everglades City and the Everglades park. So it is a bit remote from the city, but good for heading south. Nice wide sites with concrete pads and full hookups. Wide streets make backing big rigs easy. The highway noise was noticeable in our transient site. Ask for a more interior site to keep the traffic noise low. - mediawise
Feb 2017 - $57.00
Rate is based on monthly rate and included $100 of electricity. This park is very clean, well maintained and beautifully landscaped with paved roads and sites. There are a few pull through sites, but most all are back in and are very tight. The feel of the sites is most need a shoe horn to get into. There is no parking for any additional vehicles or visitors which means there are frequently cars parked partly into the road. The wi-fi works great in the middle of the night, but is pretty much useless during the day. Pool is very nice and clean. There is a rec hall with some scheduled activities. There are no other amenities other than a laundry room. About half the sites are permanent residents. There is a separate section for pet owners. People are very friendly. Naples Municipal Airport is right across the road, and there is often noise from the planes. - krb