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We have been rving it here for many years. The beach section is the best if you can get it. Crowded sites but wonderful beach and gulf of mexico water. Staff will guide you in. No second vehicle, no problem. Walk to restaurants and grocery...More
We stayed for a week on a third row beachside site in our 19 ft travel trailer. There was major construction on Estero Blvd this year which makes an already crowded area even tighter without sidewalks. The RV park itself is very tight quarters--they used...More
We were in the third row back from the beach and it rained almost the entire time but what a great place! Right on the dog friendly beach. Pretty pretty pretty. Actually a bit chilly one night. Can’t wait to come back!
Red Coconut RV park has two areas for camping, one area right on the sandy beach and the other area right across the street from the beach. Definitely recommend early reservations and staying on the beach. The back part is mostly trailers that stay there....More
My husband said to put down that this is an awful place so that it would not be so hard to get into this park on short notice. However, I can not malign this place. We LOVE Red Coconut Park. We have stayed both in...More
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Response from Red_Coconut3001, Manager at Red Coconut RV ParkResponded 24 April 2018
Thank you for taking the time to write your review of our property, your comments are very much valued. We really appreciate your comments regarding our customer service. Our staff members take their roles very seriously and try, every day, to provide that quality customer...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... 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!