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Welcome to Club Naples RV Resort in beautiful Naples, Florida. Naples is rich in history, natural beauty, and large city services and conveniences. However, when you’re not exploring the local area, you can chill out at the RV campground while enjoying world-class amenities. Challenge your pals to a friendly game of horseshoes, bocce ball, or volleyball. Take a dip in the heated swimming pool, or strap on your sandals and check out the fabulous restaurants and shopping within walking distance of the RV park.
The campsites at Club Naples RV Resort are as unique and varied as the RV rentals that will occupy the spaces. Each site is outfitted with a picnic table and full hookups with 30/50 amp electrical service. Do you like grassy sites, or are paved sites your preference? The park has both. Need a pull-through site or does a back-in suffice? This Naples campground delivers.
While motorhome camping here, you’ll also have access to free Wi-Fi, cable TV, shower facilities, a clubhouse, a game room, a fitness center, library, hot tub, and other state-of-the-art amenities. You can also check out the campground’s calendar of events and see what planned activities are being held when you're camping at Club Naples RV Resort Campground.
Nature is the star player in Naples. Access the Gulf of Mexico and the Cocohatchee River when you visit Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. A hot spot for snorkeling and swimming, the serene beach here draws swarms of visitors during the hottest days of the year. Paddleboard, hike, kayak, sunbathe, fish, bird watch, or search for seashells when you visit one of the most pristine stretches of beach in the world. In addition to beach access, those who come to the state park can launch into Turkey Bay and experience the natural estuaries of the Cocohatchee River. Whether you’re interested in being on the water or prefer dry land, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park offers something for visitors of all ages and preferences.
Another state park to check out when you book an RV in Collier County is Collier-Seminole State Park. The park covers more than 7,000 acres and is set within one of the world’s largest mangrove swamps. Home to unique palm trees and a variety of wildlife, the park is an unusual blend of tropical and temperate native plant communities. While here, visitors can enjoy wildlife viewing, camping, hiking, boating, fishing, a playground, and other amenities. The park is also home to the last existing Bay City Walking Dredge. The dredge, which was built in 1924, was used to construct U.S. 41 through the Everglades and Big Cypress Swamp, linking Tampa and Miami.
But if you’re looking for a bit more wilderness, a bit more adventure, and a bit more seclusion, then check out Ten Thousand Islands. Though there are only a couple of hundred islands, if solitude is what you seek, you won’t be disappointed. While paddling around the islands of the Florida Bay, the only sounds you’ll hear are the wind, the waves, and the occasional cry of an osprey hunting for its dinner. The northern 35,000 acres of islands are part of the Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge while the southernmost islands are part of Everglades National Park. Camping is permissible on some islands, but you’ll need to obtain a permit beforehand. Because of the remote nature of these islands, be sure to come well-prepared with sufficient water, food, sunscreen, and bug repellent. And don’t rely on cell phone service because you likely won’t get any.
If you’re traveling with children when you camp at Club Naples RV Resort, give them an experience they’ll never forget by visiting Golisano Children's Museum of Naples. The museum is dedicated to encouraging learning by hands-on exhibits and interactive play. At the museum, children can wander through the swamps of the Everglades, weave through a maze, experiment with the water play station, or climb a two-story banyan tree. Kids will also have the chance to engage in dramatic play and become farmers, chefs, artists, veterinarians, and weather forecasters. They’ll hear the sound of the ocean, experience the cold of an igloo, and witness how rainbows are made. The museum also has different types of programs, including workshops, camps, sensory night, and more.
If you want something for an older crowd, Downtown Naples is the place where the sun meets the city. A beautiful seaside city, you can learn more about the area’s history by signing up for a walking tour of the historic district. Do a little retail therapy at the area’s high-end stores and boutiques, or satisfy your cravings at one of several restaurants, cafes, and bars. And if you’re still seeking action after the sun goes down, the area boasts an emergent nightlife scene.
Whether you love plants or you're just looking for an activity the whole family can enjoy, Naples Botanical Garden is sure to please. Just a few miles from the campground in Naples, Florida, the 170-acre space features nature trails, tropical gardens, and family programs. There are several themed gardens, including Smith’s Children’s Garden with vibrant flowers, colorful butterflies, bountiful vegetables, and native landscapes. After a day of exploring the gardens, settle down at the on-site cafe with a cool beverage, and make sure to commemorate your trip with a neat little trinket from the gift shop.