Fort Myers, FL RV Rentals and Motorhomes
Holiday Special $129.00 day
North Fort Myers, FL
Keystone Cougar - 40' Fifth Wheel
Georgetown 2 - 32ft
2014 Shasta Breeze
2017 Thor A.C.E 29.4
2014 Thor Freedom Elite 23U
RVs for Rent Near Fort Myers, FL
RV Rentals in Counties Near Fort Myers, FL
Citrus County, FL476 RV Rentals
St. Lucie County, FL266 RV Rentals
Broward County, FL164 RV Rentals
Hillsborough County, FL463 RV Rentals
Martin County, FL209 RV Rentals
Lake County, FL528 RV Rentals
Brevard County, FL367 RV Rentals
Orange County, FL483 RV Rentals
Charlotte County, FL291 RV Rentals
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Fort Myers, FL
Located on beautiful Sanibel Island, the park is a 10 minute walk to white sandy beaches. The park hosts a mini zoo with parrots, lemurs and squirrel monkeys. For bird lovers, you can view upclose native birds and exotic species including toucans and macaws. You can visit the nearby Ding Darling nature reserve for more wildlife viewing and for water activities. Many secluded and shaded sites to choose from. There is a fee to cross the bridge to the island so be ready but where else can you stay in a RV rental like this?
Located on Pine Island this tropical KOA offers lakeside sites, two clubhouses, a large heated pool, a spacious hot tub. For physical activities there is a lighted tennis court, a bike path that goes around the island where you can explore mango groves and farms. You can do some beachcombing or fish the waters off the Gulf Coast. For a taste of Fort Myers' elegant past, visit the winter estates of Thomas Alva Edison and Henry Ford. Enjoy the plentiful seafood as well. Walk to the beach or ride your bike along the island roads. Whatever your choice an RV rental allows you to experience it.
The J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge is part of a larger complex that includes the Caloosahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, The Matlacha Pass National Wildlife Refuge, Pine Island National Wildlife Refuge, and Island Bay National Wildlife Refuge. The 8,000 acres are mostly nesting and roosting islands. There are 245 birds that live in this refuge and there are many migratory birds that consider this a save passage, reptiles and mammals and many other endangered species such as the manatee can also be seen.
Crystal Lake RV Resort is one of the top RV Resorts in the U.S., it earned a Good Sams perfect 10/10/10 rating. Here you can enjoy views of the beautiful Crystal Lake and tropical landscaping. This gated community built around 60 acres of lake has a small town feel. There are hobby clubs, events and activities every day, club houses, heated pools, spas, plenty of sports recreational areas to choose from, and even a library. You'll be close to miles of beaches and sunny Naples. Feel safe at night in your RV rental locked behind their security gates.n
If camping on the beach in your RV rental sounds like a treat you can't get much closer than the Red Coconut. Literally camping on the beach this ocean side oasis beckons travelers to pack their gear and hit the sands. As a bonus for novice RV rental drivers this park will help park your rig.
Stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico from a beautiful and pristine beach. A prime spot for watching wildlife, fishing, snorkeling the reefs, and enjoying a picnic. You can fish from the shore or if you have a boat you can go to Turkey Bay and launch from there. You can explore the fragile natural estuaries of the Cocohatchee river, which leads to the Gulf of Mexico. Learn about the park through expert guided tours and grow your appreciation for nature. n
Visit one of the best shelling spots in all of Florida, the Blind Pass is a natural channel of water that separates the two islands, Sanibel and Captiva. It also joins the gulf with the bay. You can fish for species such as the tailing redfish or the snook. Since the Blind Pass faces the west you can view incredible sunsets from here.
14,000 acres which harbor natural biological systems, otters, turtles, white-tailed deer, alligators and countless birds. You can discover the flora and fauna by walking the 2.25 mile boardwalk, which takes you through pine flatwoods, marshes and into the largest old growth Bald Cypress forest in the U.S. These trees are massive they tower over you at 130 feet into the sky and are 25 feet in diameter. This is a wetland of international significance and your visit supports the conservation of this unique habitat. n
Local RV Owners Suggest
- Where4820 Cleveland Avenue, Fort Myers, FL 33907, USA
- Where11201 Summerlin Square Dr, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931, USA
- WhereSanibel Island, Florida, USA