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We stayed at the Chokoloskee Park during a university trip to the area, and found that their brand spanking new manager (Bobby) was patient, personable, and utterly devoted to helping us make the most of our experience! A huge thanks to everybody at the campground...More
My first time to the everglades. I am very pleased with the accommodations I made at the Chokoloskee Island Park and Marina. the staff and all the people we met there were very friendly and chock full of information of the area and the abundance...More
Although the park is mostly RVs and the tent sites are sometimes used by small RVs, we really enjoyed our 4 day camping stay here. Bath house was very nice (and not crowded ever). They have a rec hall with a kitchen with stove and...More
What an amazing place!! We went for a long weekend holiday and plan to return very soon! Wonderful place well maintained, reasonable rates and the greatest group of people, both the locals and on staff that you will ever meet. It's "rustic" but classy and...More
From the first call I made where I spoke with Lora, I had a good feeling about this place. Lora answered all my questions with a pleasant and easy going attitude. We rented a mobile home (#8) with 5 single beds (for our teens) and...More
Our facilities include: a full service marina with docks and a boat ramp (kayak friendly); rental efficiencies with all the comforts of home including full kitchens with cookware and utensils; sleeping arrangements for multiple guests. Also available are overnight RV and tent sites.
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What I can tell you about the area is that the water is pretty skinny there. I can only guess if you have an aft cabin boat you probably have an outdrive. I would call the marina and ask if there are any slips that have... More
What I can tell you about the area is that the water is pretty skinny there. I can only guess if you have an aft cabin boat you probably have an outdrive. I would call the marina and ask if there are any slips that have the depth you need and are the channels deep enough to explore. I have been on charter there and ran my own 16 footer with outboard. I have never seen cruisers in the Chokoloskee Area. The place is loaded with oyster beds albeit beautiful. We ran the 100 mile wilderness waterway which is recommended for boats 16 foot and under. There are ramps up in Everglades City a few miles away which connect with the Baron River a deep river that runs out to the gulf. Enjoy the Keys once you get there, I live in Marathon. Lanny
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"this is a campground, We were in trailer 6. Very clean and comfortable, and well equipped."