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We look forward to rving at least once a month and we always choose Red Coconut at Ft Myers Beach, Fl. The beach is awesome and the best restaurant in town, Junkanoo, is just a short walk from the RV Park.
Have been camping here for years. Prime sites are the 1st row but difficult to reserve so if you're fortunate to get a 1st row site then you don't want to leave until you reserve for the following year. Sites are cramped unless you luck...More
One of the few RV spots that actually sits on the beach. My wife loved the beach access. Very relaxing. The beach side of the place is sandy, dusty and tight. We have a 40' Class A and there is not much wiggle room during...More
We have a Park Model trailer at Red Coconut and we love it here! The beach is just a quick walk across the street with some lots right on the beach. The park is very quiet and very clean. There isn't a pool but with...More
If your goal is to camp on the beach, then this is your place but, there are just a fee little hiccups you should know about before making a reservation. There are only 15 sites directly on the beach but vehicles are not allowed on...More
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USD 60 - USD 105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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!
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