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11 Stunning Fort Myers RV Parks | 2020 UPDATE
Are you searching for the best RV parks on Fort Myers, Florida? Look no further! Today we’re sharing the 11 most stunning RV parks in the area.
Fort Myers is an ideal winter getaway. The sunny days and waterfront views are perfect for snowbird travelers. It’s safe to say, there’s NO shortage of RV parks in the area (albeit, many are a little trashy)! That’s why this list is so crucial…you won’t find yourself at a lackluster campground.
We’ll include price, location and amenity info for each featured park. Additionally, every site will be ranked on our Fort Myers RV Parks VIBE scale for easy head to head comparison.
Let’s dive in!
Sunseekers RV Park
Price: $73 and up
Why You’ll Love It: This is an Encore RV Park, which means if you’re a Thousand Trails member, you’ll save money at this park (pay a lower nightly rate). Fear not, everyone is allowed to camp here, and the base price is still reasonable considering all the amenities.
Sunseekers RV Park offers a swimming pool, shuffle ball courts, outdoor games, laundry facility, wifi and is pet friendly.
What’s The Word: A recent review on Campground Reviews says, “The owners/staff could not have been more accommodating…Most of the residents are winter snowbirds who have been coming there for years. Everyone is very friendly.”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 6.9/10 Great for Thousand Trail members, pretty good for anyone else.
Fort Myers / Pine Island KOA
Price: $74 and up
Why You’ll Love It: KOAs are known for their RV park amenities. You’ll find so many things to do onsite at Fort Myers KOA. There’s a pool, hot tub, dog park, fishing and wifi within the park.
This RV park is also great for group & club camping experiences.
They offer cabin rentals just in case you have additional guests that need accommodations.
Keep in mind, cell connectivity isn’t super strong in this area. Using a cell booster may help with signal strength.
What’s The Word: John on Campground Reviews says, “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.”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 7.3 Family friendly RV park!
Golden Palms RV Resort
Price: $60 and up
Why You’ll Love It: This is a true luxury facility! However, it’s limited to motorhomes only. The resort offers buying options for the sites.
This gated community has it all! A resort style pool, pickle ball court, fitness facility, spa and observation pier are just a few of the amenities.
The sites are large and can accommodate all size motorhomes.
What’s The Word: Dale on Campground Reviews says, “Very clean class A park. Large paved lots overlooking a lake. an awesome pool and patio area. Many amenities pickle ball, fitness room, hot tub and most important to me was the large fenced in area for dog parks . One for small dogs and the other for the larger dogs. I would definitely recommend this park. 10 miles down the road, major stores and restaurants”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 8.9/10 Awesome resort, but limited to who can stay.
Swan Lake RV Village
Price: $55 and up daily / $825 and up monthly
Why You’ll Love It: This park is ideal for seasonal and monthly visitors. The longer you stay, the lower your rates. Onsite they offer amenities such as; pools, horseshoe pits, clubhouses and boat storage.
What’s The Word: Michele on Campground Reviews says, “This is our 3rd year of staying here for one week. Excellent location for us to visit family. Clean and quiet. This is in a mobile home and RV park. Swimming pool was the right temperature and very clean. There is no cable but excellent reception with antenna. Internet included.”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 6.5/10 Great value, ok facility.
Cypress Trail RV Resort
Price: $60 and up
Why You’ll Love It: Cypress Trail RV Resort is a luxurious camping experience. This may be the “fanciest” RV park on the list! Here’s what you’ll find onsite; an aquatics center, lakefront views with a pier, pickleball, shuffleboard, a dog park (with pool!) and an activities room.
The sites are large, well manicured and perfect for chillin’!
What’s The Word: Russ on Campground Reviews says, “Great resort. Beautiful back in site on a small lake. We were escorted to our site with good back assist. Management was accommodating. Pool was great, neighbors friendly creating an overall fun atmosphere. We will return.”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 9.7/10 Beautiful area & facility!
Woodsmoke Camping Resort
Price: $40 and up
Why You’ll Love It: Woodsmoke Camping Resort blend fine RV Park amenities with a nature-filled camping experience. The sites are cement pads and offer full hook ups. The amenity list is quite long, but here we go…
- Horse shoes
- Play ground
- 75-80 foot concrete pull-thrus
- Full hook-up 30-50 amp sites
- Giant heated pool
- Large club house
- Fitness Center
- Boardwalk / Nature trail
- Two lakes with fishing
What’s The Word: A recent Campendium reviewer says, “We had the pleasure of staying at this campground for 3 nights in our Class A motorhome. Our site was a perfectly level, concrete, pull-through site with more than enough length for our 42 ft coach and SUV. Hook-ups worked well with plenty of water pressure. The WiFi worked pretty well although not fast. The staff was extremely friendly. The facilities appeared well maintained and very clean. The campground was big rig friendly with no tight turns. This is a Passport America park which offers 50% off.”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 7.9/10 Great option in Fort Myers
Seminole Campground and RV Park
Price: $55 and up
Why You’ll Love It: You’ll love the facilities. Specifically, the bath houses are amazing. The super clean, dual showers are larger than most RV bedrooms!
The amenities include free wifi, heated swimming pool, exercise room, dog park and nature trail. The location is also good. You’ll be pretty close to the beaches, but away from the traffic.
What’s The Word: BB on Campground Reviews says, “Upon arrival we were greeted by the staff to assist us in parking our class A coach, who never left until we where all hooked up. This doesn’t always happen across the country. We enjoyed all the activities at the club house, and the full time resident’s get-togethers, which also included seasonal campers. The pool was amazing and we also enjoyed the pool side parties!”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 8.5/10 Well maintained park with friendly staff.
Tamiami Village and RV Park
Price: $36 and up nightly / $870 and up monthly
Why You’ll Love It: This is a large RV park, which means community is key! There’s a good chance you’ll be part of community events during your stay.
The amenities include a pool, dog park, showers and laundry. Additionally, you’ll find lots of shipping options nearby.
What’s The Word: Mike on Campground Reviews says, “Very clean pool, spacious site, and friendly front desk staff. Pet friendly, grounds mowed weekly, and friendly guests. Close to all shopping, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Outlet Mall and Camping World. Nice day drives to the beaches, so many to choose from. We originally planned a 1 week stay and stayed 16 days!”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 7.3/10 Large, community focused park.
Upriver RV Resort
Price: $80 and up
Why You’ll Love It: Upriver RV Resort is also known for its wonderful & active community. There are daily events and lots of community spaces. The Resort offers a long list of amenities…so many that I’ll list them in bullet points below!
- Four Pickle Ball Courts
- Two Tennis Courts
- Shuffleboard Court
- Bocce Ball
- Corn Hole
- Four Pool Tables
- One Lap Pool
- One Kidney Shaped Jetted Pool
- Fitness Room
- Caloosahatchee River Fishing, Kayaking, and Boating
- Activities Director Full Schedule of Daily/Monthly Activities
- 7,000 S.F. Recreational Facility
- New Office, Restrooms, and Laundry Facilities coming Fall 2019
What’s The Word: George on Campground Reviews says, “Great warm pools! Boat club lets you access rides on other campers’ boats to eat at waterfront restaurants in the area. As well, there is a captain who will take you out deep sea fishing for a nominal fee.”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 8.2/10 Great community & amenities!
Raintree RV Resort
Price: $75 and up
Why You’ll Love It: Raintree RV Resort is a very well maintained park that boasts numerous daily community events. They offer heated pools & spas. Additionally, many outdoor sporting courts are available!
What’s The Word: Vicki on Campground Reviews says, “This is a very nice 55+ park. They do allow pets, but are very restrictive on where you can walk. Only around your site, or outside of the park. Our dog did not like this park! You must drive your dog to the outside of the park if you want to do any walking. The management was very nice, and escorted us to our site, and even assisted in backing us up.”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 8.1/10 Beautiful property and active 55+ community.
Gulf Air RV Resort
Price: $78 and up
Why You’ll Love It: Location is everything at Gulf Air RV Resort. You’ll be close to the beaches, downtown and many dining options. Pet are welcome, too!
The park has a swimming pool, many outdoor games and a nice clubhouse. This is a Thousand Trails campground – if you’re a member you’ll save even more money!
What’s The Word: A reviewer on Campground Reviews says, “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.”
Fort Myers RV Parks Vibe: 7.5/10 Near the beach and great for Thousand Trails members!
Trip Routing to Fort Myers, Florida
If you’re traveling with an RV, trip planning to Fort Myers is essential. Florida has many tolls and low hanging bridges. After spending a big amount of money on an RV, you don’t want to run into a low hanging bridge!
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