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We were traveling with our tent and found a space at this resort was available. We took it without seeing it. It only had a concrete pad that was not as wide as our 3 person tent, no bench or picnic table & no grill....More
The only beachfront RV park in Ft Myers Beach. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Campsites are small, but adequate. Good stay with great beach access. Trolley stop very close. Good restaurant access.
Arrived after 3 PM and waited for someone to help me in the office. One man was on the phone, the other boy was eating at a table. After several minutes, the boy finally came to wait on me. I told him we were checking...More
We stayed at the park from Jan 15 - Feb 1,2017. We were put in a very small space. Large tree inches from the back of camper, neighbour had to move in their awning so we could put our slide out and open windows. The...More
So enjoyed our stay! The staff was wonderful. Some of the spaces are tight to get into but they are so helpful and experienced we made it just fine.
The beach was just across the street and was beautiful with lots of shells..
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US$60 - US$105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hmmm . . . to get through the sand you would definitely need a beach wheelchair. There aren't really any boardwalks per se, unless you drive about 2 miles north to the main pier. Try giving them a call and see if they have a... More
Hmmm . . . to get through the sand you would definitely need a beach wheelchair. There aren't really any boardwalks per se, unless you drive about 2 miles north to the main pier. Try giving them a call and see if they have a beach wheel chair you can use.
Maybe even the Chamber of Commerce might have an idea . . .
Best of luck!