We just stayed here in the middle of August 2013 o the beach side for the first time. Let me say that even if you can't get onto row "1", every site is on the beach. We got into row 2 and could see th beach, water, and feel the breezes. Every site is tight with a concrete pad, picnic table, and full hook up. Parking is a problem if you have an extra vehicle in tow, as there is a strict rule, one vehicle per site. Yet you can easily have visitors park at the restaurant Junkaroos nexgt door and walk over. That is what we were told at the office.
We rented a cable box for $15 and it was pretty easy to hook up, your given a bath house key for the bathhouse. I would say the bath house needs to be updated, but it was certainly sufficient with 4 showers, 3 toilets, and 2 sinks for mens and womens. I would say even the bathrooms were tight. But it's all on the beach, and that is not easy to find in an RV park.
There are several shops and restaurants all over the area, Publix grocery is less then 2 miles, and so is the local pool and splash park which we went to, taking a break from the beach. Its only a few blocks away.
Many camper hang out on the beach during the mornings, swim, LOTS of shells to find, great sun sets, and your a very short walk from your RV. We saw families with very young children, and teenagers. Many set their chairs out on the beach after dinner. Great breezes, peaceful, and it is what you make of it.
I want to really point out the very helpful and knowledgeable staff. They are always helping campers park their RVs, always around lending a hand, they never stop and always friendly. They really do have a super maintenance crew who know what their doing and what you want and need before you ask for it!
We have booked for spring break week, which is almost booked up. I think this place my stay full most of the time, and we can easily see why.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stay where you can be in the middle of everything or secluded away in your own private paradise. Red Coconut is located on Fort Myers Beach directly on the Gulf of Mexico and just 1 ½ miles from the Times Square area, we are within walking, biking, or trolley distance to everything the island has to offer. Bordering our park is the Matanzas Pass Preserve, which is a popular bird watching area and where the canoe/kayak launch onto the Estero Bay Blueway Trail is located. Take a quiet walk through the Preserve and launch your canoe/kayak in the morning then spend your evening watching the sun sink into the horizon while lounging on your beach chair on our 450’ of sugar sand beachfront. Bring your RV, tent, or rent one of our fully furnished mobile units. We offer full hook-ups including basic cable, laundry facilities & recently remodeled bathhouses. WiFi is now available for free to our guests. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Red Coconut Rv Park Hotel Fort Myers Beach
- Red Coconut Rv Resort
- Red Coconut RV Park Fort Myers Beach, Florida