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Golf courses, brilliant sunshine, picturesque white-sand beaches, turquoise water, and palm trees: all the ingredients for a fantastic vacation destination. Rent an RV in South Florida, and you can camp at Gulf Coast Camping Resort, found between Naples and Cape Coral, to enjoy it all.
When you go camping at Gulf Coast Camping Resort, only a few miles separate you from the famed beaches of Florida. Daily, weekly, and monthly rental rates are offered by the campground, with over 260 sites to choose from. This 55+ adult community boasts some lovely camping spots by its lake, with divine views and gentle breezes to soothe you to sleep.
With a mix of long term and short-term sites, this vibrant RV park is great for socializing, with a bevy of fun events every week to bring everyone together. Ice cream socials, Bingo nights, horseshoe tournaments, and large dinners are held often at Gulf Coast Camping Resort. Facilities on-site include a recreation hall, a card room, and a dazzling swimming pool for guests to cool off in, leaving little to be desired at this impressive campground in South Florida. All sites are equipped with electric hookups and internet, with bathrooms and laundry facilities located in the middle of the RV park.
It's easy to find a forest, wetlands, conservation areas, parks, and pristine beaches in Florida, and when you rent an RV near Gulf Coast Camping Resort, you'll have access to it all. The Gulf Coast is less than seven miles away, with incredible places like Lovers Key State Park awaiting you. The park covers Lovers Key and three other barrier islands along the shore. Camping may not be an option at this island park, but snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, collecting seashells, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, sunbathing, beachcombing, and hiking are some of the possibilities here. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is a bit farther south, occupying even more oceanfront with spectacular views of the Gulf of Mexico. This protected area is home to a variety of wildlife, like bald eagles, sea turtles, ospreys, owls, and manatees. Lounging on the beach, strolling on its boardwalks, or surfing provide you with lots of opportunities to experience this coastal terrain.
Down by Marco Island, you can bring your Bonita Springs campervan rental for a visit to Collier-Seminole State Park, comprised of estuaries, cypress swamps, forests, pine flatwoods, and salt marshes among other ecosystems. Streams for canoeing or kayaking are present on-site, along with boat ramps, shelters, hiking trails, and a fully operational RV campground.
Florida is home to one of the largest national parks east of the Mississippi River, and one of Florida’s largest wilderness areas. Everglades National Park is about an hours’ drive from the campsites at Gulf Coast Camping Resort, with over a million and a half acres of sprawling forests, swamps, wetlands, and other conservation areas. You can see mountain lions, manatees, alligators, pythons, flamingos, and other exotic animals while hiking or boating through the dense wilderness area or camp out at any of its rustic campground areas. No matter where you choose to spend your time, Florida won’t disappoint you.
When you book an RV in Lee County, there is no limit to the fun you can have sightseeing in nearby cities like Cape Coral or Naples. Even tiny Bonita Springs has some lovely cafes, art galleries, farmers' markets, and other shops to discover. Cape Coral is not far from Gulf Coast Camping Resort, and full of pleasant attractions like the Cultural Park Theatre, a fantastic old movie theater that shows old films in a gorgeous building.
The Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library is full of memorabilia, weapons, uniforms, vehicles, and other items from the different military conflicts in US history. This wonderful tribute to the United States military is operated and maintained by staff who are happy to answer all questions.
The Cape Coral Historical Museum covers the entire history of the relatively new city, developed back in 1957 as a planned community. The museum explains the rapid growth of the town, its origins, the reason it was built, and a whole lot of other fascinating facts concerning the idyllic oceanside community in South Florida.
Down in Naples, there are plenty of other options to check out, like the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens, a nationally accredited zoo with a menagerie of stunning animals from all over the globe. Observe cheetahs and lions up close, or watch live hand feedings of alligators by professional zookeepers.