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Absolutely love this place! We stayed on the second row but could still see the beach which is only a very short walk away. The beach was not jam packed and everyone we met was very nice and helpful. Since we are camper backing challenged,...More
Had a great time! Stayed second row beach front but could see the beach from where we were. Great location, secluded and still in the middle of it all. The trolley is a great means of transportation while you are there and I recommend the...More
This past weekend was my husband and I's 1st visit to Ft. Myers & Red Coconut. The RV park is cramp, but clean and maintained with available cable, wifi and a bath house all right on the beach. A storm passed prior to our arrival...More
Doing a road trip up the gulf coast, we stopped here for one night but ended up staying for 3 nights, as it was just so beautiful, being camped on the beach was amazing. Waking up to watch the sun rise and then in the...More
Rented a cottage here at The Grove and loved it! We were so close we could here the surf. A lot of rules while staying here but none of them were that bad to follow. There is no pool here but with the Gulf of...More
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US$60 - US$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!