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My only complaint is that we couldn't give our little dogs a bath outside...we asked first, so if we hadn't, it probably would have been okay.....other than that, it was a good 4 weeks there! We were parked along the water...
We visited Naples Motorcoach Resort from June 6 thru June 10th. The resort is everything you would expect for a high end property. The management is top-notched and did everything possible to make our stay pleasant. However there are somethings that just out of human...More
Fabulous high end motorcoach resort with lots of amenaties. 3 pools, pickle ball court, boat launch, exercise room, theater room, pond and much more. All the restrooms are super clean. 30 min ride to downtown Naples. Walmart, Publics and other big box stores near by.
Thank TIM T
Response from SunlandRV, Public Relations Manager at Naples Motorcoach ResortResponded 12 April 2017
Hi, thank you for the great review. We will pass your comments on to the team about our clean restrooms as we realize how important that is to our guests. Best regards,
Clean, well maintained And a true RV Resort. Pay attention to the resorts rules, restrictions and policies. Likely not for everyone. We enjoyed our time there, will likely return. Nice pool. Went there to relax, filled the bill. Wished they had tennis courts. All that...More
Thank William S
Response from SunlandRV, Public Relations Manager at Naples Motorcoach ResortResponded 3 April 2017
Thank you for your review and comments – we appreciate your feedback.
We are thrilled that you enjoyed your stay here at the Naples Motorcoach Resort and Boat Club and glad you were able to indulge in a little R&R.
We have taken note of...More
Perhaps the nicest RV resort we've stayed in to date. Great facilities. Near 2 golf courses (Lely and TPC) that were just fine to play. The resort being half empty at peak season (March) tells me they want to sell (or have sold, and perhaps...More