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49 RV Parks near San Carlos Park, Florida
We did however find 49 campgrounds within 25 miles of San Carlos Park. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near San Carlos Park in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $1.00
Great location. We will stay here again - and often. The park itself is a bit tight but very adequate. The management is excellent and the park well kept. We would have stayed longer and will next time. It's a great base camp to visit Fort Myers. The road is narrow but adequate. You are escorted to your site. No problems. - The Penguin
Feb 2018 - $1.00
This place had the tiniest spots and we were right next to the dog walk and that sucked because you could smell the dog urine. The dog walk only led to an open field. The laundry was really expensive. The bathhouse was dirty and needed to be updated. - TravelinFam
Jan 2017 - $24.00
Nice enough place near beach and popular islands with friendly people. However, it is extremely tight for big rigs. They escorted us to our site and then started the process of making everyone move their vehicles (this was repeated upon leaving). Level grass full h/up 50 amp back in sites. Pool and most amenities. Free wifi ONLY at lodge, you can purchase for yor site if you choose. Cable okay and cell phones great. Trolley from in front of property. - teepee51
Apr 2018 - $49.00
The low mark is for the high price - not much to see or do on Pine Island and the park was half empty. I believe they should have discounts for off-season weekday stays. We did not have anybody on either side of us. Had there been, it would have been extremely crowded. We were in the back - had a view of empty permanent 5th wheels and manufactured homes but all were well-maintained. The park has a huge number of permanent homes but most are well taken care of. The no-see-ums were AWFUL. The staff was friendly and helpful with an escort to the site and offer to help with any needs. The pool area was very nice and the clubhouse with billiards and ping pong and a couple of treadmills was not fancy but adequate. The roads in the park are paved and easy to navigate. We probably would not come back, but were glad we did this one visit and did enjoy the stay at the KOA. - Deb and Chris
Apr 2018 - $72.00
This was a very nice park with all the amenities we usually take advantage of. The staff were very friendly and the store was well-stocked. There were many open spaces (in the middle of April) so our neighbors were far away and it was quiet. However, wifi was very slow, phone reception was very poor and the cable connection was also poor. The site was drastically over-priced. Not nearly enough value for what we paid. - John A Guderian
Feb 2018 - $84.00
There is an additional $4 per day fee. Nice park. Clean. Permanents are clean too. Everybody was very friendly Needed to borrow another cable TV cable because outlet was on passenger side of RV and far away and my cable wasn't long enough. My water hose just did reach. Electric hookup and sewer was on driver's side like most places. Nice paved bike path along road. I would come back here. - RonH999
Jan 2017 - $33.00
The staff are always very friendly and helpful. Always cleaning and does a great job, always doing yard work, and helping wherever they're needed, putting new siding on trailers or building something to make the park look better. Bands most weekends, heated pool. What more can you ask for... - DN136
Jan 2017 - $30.00
Staff is very friendly and accommodating. The shower rooms were spotless and the cleaning lady spent 3 -4 hours a day on the 8 shower rooms. Events are over the top with a dance every Sat. night. We loved it. - Sunseekers RV Park
Feb 2016 - $38.00
The owners/staff could not have been more accommodating. This is an old park and many of the spaces are now permanent, older trailers, but the owners keep them looking nice. Many of the lots are on the small side but the park is quiet so the closeness is not much of a problem.
Most of the residents are winter snowbirds who have been coming there for years. Everyone is very friendly.
This is a dog friendly park which has two large dog runs.
We had no occasion to use the bathroom since our motorhome is self contained. - K9 camper
Dec 2018 - $33.00
We stayed one night on our return trip from the Keys. We were happy at the 50% off rate for being a Passport America customer. Had a concrete pull through that was large enough for our Class A and towed. Nice family staff, check in was fast and we definitely would stay here again! - Monaco Man
Apr 2018 - $30.00
We were in a pull through site normally used by transient campers since we were only there for one week. The sites were concrete, and level. Our Passport America discount saved us quite a bit for that week. We have two dogs and they required a DNA test for them for the poop patrol. It cost $80 for the 2 dogs, but can be used anytime you are there or at another campground that uses the same service. The pool was heated and very nice. Good area to walk the dog around the campgrounds. Remember to pick up the dog poo. - steveNdonna
Apr 2018 - $47.00
Wifi is fast. Bathrooms are clean but the one near my site, on the south side, had an uninviting shower area. My neighbor recommended I use the bathroom on the north side. Staff was courteous and efficient. There's a swimming pool. The grounds are well kept. My site was sand and shell and not level, with a concrete pad for a picnic table. Be aware this place packs in the rigs, and the roads are not wide. I feel like I'm in high density, multi-family zoning. I thought the quoted price was high, but a 7-night discount brought the cost to a reasonable $47/night. I didn't check out any other locations while here, but my neighbor did, and he believed this was the best choice. Also, is this the price it takes to have responsive internet service? If so, then I shouldn't complain too much. I did have a difficult time finding a place to stay in this area (granted, I waited until several weeks before to reserve), so maybe the price reflected that. I would return. - John_K
Mar 2019 - $45.00
Older campground. Some spaces are very tight. They have a beautiful 2 pools and Tiki Bar area. There were problems with the electrical service while we were there. Many people lost appliances and TV's with power surges even with a power surge protector. They did have many scheduled activities and food trucks stop in occasionally. - Wiscogander
Mar 2019 - $45.00
Enjoyed our stay. Nice pools and hot tub area. Daily activities for the residents. Residents were very friendly. Most folks there were long term. Quiet park, but close to other amenities. - ThorHurricane
Jan 2019 - $53.00
I have stayed at this park for the past 6 years, however I have left, along with about 150+ other residents. The park was OK, but the residents were what brought you back. Over the last 2 years it has just went down hill. The park does very little maintenance, electric and water goes off several times a week. Use of a surge protector is a must, or you risk damage to your unit. The roads are terrible, most lots are extremely small. There are camera's and recording devises in office and around recreation hall and the pool area, that are monitored. They advertise free wifi, non existent. Yes they are pet friendly at $5.00 per day per pet for less than 3 month stay,or $75.00 a month 3 month or more. The activities are provided by recreation committee (resident provided) not park sponsored. If you have a package delivered, they charge $2.00 per package, only payable by credit card, only if they don't return it to sender. If you do have a box on site, mail also gets a return to sender. Also, on there price list it say's they accept cash, check, or credit card, not true. Credit card only. They raised the price, but this park is not comparable to others in area and do not accept Passport America. So, do I recommend this place, absolutely not. - miserable 19
May 2017 - $10.00
This is not an RV Park. You are basically parking in someones side yard. No bathrooms, no showers. Just water, electric and sewer. I had a hard time contacting this park for any information, they never answered their phone. They would not honor the Passport America discount (-$20.00) stating the website has not been updated in over a year. Had a hard time even locating the office. I had to park on the road and walk around looking for it. (It's located in a house) This place has potential but has been neglected. We planned on spending 13 nights here but moved on after 2. - Wills on Wheels
Sep 2015 - $36.00
Spacious RV campsites. Shady trees. Fishing pond and bike paths.
Access of the Estero Bay State Park. - McGregor RV Park
Aug 2014 - $36.00
We stayed at Calusa Cove after losing our previous reservation at another campground, because of returning home for a family emergency. Calusa Cove was the only campground I could find available on short notice for the month of February, 2015. The campground is very small and very rustic. The campground owner was very courteous and extremely helpful. We were greeted warmly and given a nice large site. There are no amenities, but we were thankful to find a spot for the very busy month of Feb. We had a very nice shaded, large yard area for our two small dogs. Calusa Cove wouldn't be our first choice of a Campground, but it served our purposes of seeing Ft. Myers and the surrounding areas. The other people in the campground were very friendly and helpful. Calusa Cove is trying to improve their campground all the time. - campers5350
Mar 2019 - $13.00
We spent 4 nights here. Found the campground area to be generally overgrown, sites were closely spaced and we needed 4 wheel drive to get into the site's loose sand. The positives were the nearness of several beaches and the historic area at the park. We had good Verizon service and great OTA tv. We would camp here again if we could get a different site. - jtl2
Feb 2019 - $28.00
Nice trail along the River to the historical spot and also good conditions for kids to Canoe and Kajak. - Alexander123456
Dec 2018 - $26.00
Check in was a bit tedious and we could hear quite a bit of traffic but would stay here again in a minute despite. Knowledgeable staff and beautiful grounds / hiking. Canoe/kayak (rentals available). Fire pit for s’mores and grilling. Learn some history along the way with a tour of the Koreshan commune - very interesting if you enjoy learning about other people’s culture. - Traciandmichael
Dec 2018 - $53.00
My husband and I have been camping for over 20 years and we have never had an experience like the one we had at Ft. Myers RV Resort last week. First, after making a reservation 2 months ago and advising what type of camper we had and that we would be pulling a trailer, when we arrived we were told that the trailer would have to go in storage and we would have to pay for that. We were not told that when we made the reservation. They did end up letting us park it in the parking lot. Then we were told that we could not cook outside on our grill (no wood or charcoal, only propane). We do not have a propane grill. Next, we had a 4 x 4 fence with our puppy in it and we were told we could not have that! The lady (I don't know if she was the owner or manager) was very rude and nasty! I have never been spoken to like that before and I was in shock. We had a reservation for 2 nights. The next morning my husband went to the office to request a refund for the 2nd night because of the way we were treated. He was told absolutely no refunds! We left anyway, never to return again! All of the staff was very nice except for the lady owner or manager. She is one of the rudest people we have ever met!! There was no fire ring, picnic table or shade. It was hot and miserable. You were not allowed to pull in or back in depending on the sun. You had to park they way they told you to. No choices! Miserable! - 25innocent
Mar 2019 - $60.00
Pros: Snowbird RVers here are very friendly. There are activities here, nice pool, etc. Wed. night bands, and bus trips to local events. Cons: Very hap-hazard layout of individual RV sites. A recent hurricane flooded this park and damaged many of the park models. So, they were torn down and removed , leaving odd concrete pads , facing odd ways and some unable to accommodate an RV. The assignment of sites by the front desk is weird: a couple told me they were put into the overflow lot by the highway, while all around me I see empty sites. Some long-term snowbirds are put into less desirable sites, for months, while RVers passing thru are given nicer sites where they stay for a week or less. Some sites have a concrete patio, while on many you set your chairs on grass and sand. The bathrooms are very old with just 2 showers and 2 toilets. Often, it seems lately, there is no toilet paper, and they are not cleaned. The Wilder Corp. needs to invest money in renovating the bathhouses, and correcting the RV sites. - mountainmaury
Mar 2019 - $59.00
We camped in the "overflow area" which is basically a parking lot with a few patches of grass. The rest of the park has many mobile homes with campers too. I was disappointed they didn't offer free Wi-Fi. You needed to pay $10 for one day and didn't want to do it as it was a weak signal. I was also disappointed as they did not offer cable. And OTA signals were very weak, only getting one Fox station and three Spanish stations. Also, they advertise a "dog walk". This is ridiculous as the dog walk was the ditch between their property and busy highway 41! It was a place for us to stay until we got into another park which is 3.4 miles north of here. That was our preferred location, but couldn't get 6 nights here, so we did 3 and 3. - pikemike
Mar 2017 - $50.00
We stayed in a motor home for 2 months. The site was large with full hookups. We did not have a concrete pad or picnic table. Some sites have these. The park is mostly small permanent trailer homes. There are some pull through sites. Shower and toilet rooms are old but they were cleaned and they were not closed for cleaning; they were available 24hrs a day. There is a remarkably cheap laundry available. There is a very busy highway that never quits for the overnight and overflow sites. The people are very friendly. There seemed to be an unspoken rule that you had to wave or say "HI" to everyone you met. There is a nice library, great pool, mini golf,lots of activities, and it is within walking distance of a grocery, pharmacy and several restaurants. We would not hesitate to return. - suerover