Red Coconut RV Park


The historic Red Coconut RV Park sits right on Fort Myers Beach and is a must-see stop on your Florida RV Resort tour. Camping on the beach, great local restaurants, and quaint beachy stores, this is a must-see Florida RV Resort! I was excited to have the opportunity to check it out and it did not disappoint!

Red Coconut RV Park campsites on the beach. The orange cones in the photo indicate that someone is checking into the campsite that day.

The Park has a long and rich history of giving RV’ers the opportunity to camp right on it’s 450′ of gorgeous white sand on Fort Myers Beach.  The Park is over a hundred years old and was named after the red coconuts that indicated the number of the site. One of my favorite stories is that Thomas Edison’s wife would visit her friends that were camping at the Park and they would have tea on the beach! Sounds lovely!

Amenities at Red Coconut RV Park

When you stay at the Park, it is all about the beach but there are plenty of other amenities to keep RVers coming back time and time again! They also have the ability to park your trailer for you using their equipment so that you don’t have to worry about maneuvering through the campground. Some of their other amenities include:

  • Full Hook-ups
  • Recreation Building
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • On Site Mobile Rentals
  • Convenient to Golf Courses
  • Convenient to Churches & Medical
  • Close to Restaurants and Stores
  • Basic Internet 
  • LP Gas
  • On-Site Laundry
  • Shuffleboard
  • 450′ of Beach Front right on the Gulf of Mexico!

Things to do near the Park

There is definitely plenty to do a short walk or drive from Red Coconut. The island is about 7 miles long and only half-mile wide at it’s widest point. It is all about island living when you are here so you will find plenty of beachside restaurants with a view of the ocean and quaint stores selling treasures of all kinds.  Water enthusiasts can rent boats, jet skis, wave runners, or try parasailing.  Fisherman can cast from the shore or book a local charter to head out to deeper waters. There are also more than fifty golf courses in Lee County so if swinging a club is your thing, you will not be disappointed!

For more information on the Red Coconut RV Park please visit their website.  For other great Florida RV destinations, check out our blog!

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