Naples has an assortment of public and private campgrounds around the metro’s perimeter, some of which are considered among the best RV parks in Florida. Understandably, south Florida campgrounds are all about the sea and the sand, and many RV enthusiasts flock here during the winter months to stay warm on Florida’s white sand beaches along the Caribbean Gulf Coast.
Naples has lots to offer visitors to the city. The Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens features boat tours, monkeys, and gators you can feed if you’re very, very careful. The park runs shows and activities for guests year-round. If you’re looking for something more natural, check out Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, or Collier-Seminole State Park, where the city meets the jungle swamps. Or head up to the Lee County Manatee Park, up by Fort Myers, and paddle a kayak or canoe amongst the endangered sea cows.
In terms of culture and entertainment, Naples has got you covered there as well. There’s the Naples Museum of Art, the Palm Cottage cultural heritage museum, and, at sunset, the Naples Pier. The town itself is very tidy, and some of the restaurants in the area are top-rated Florida eateries.
But Naples is located right on the edge of undeveloped southern Florida, and many who have hauled their motorhome this far south are likely to want to keep exploring until they run out of land. Along the way is Big Cypress National Preserve, Everglades National Park, Key Largo, and Key West. When you’ve arrived at Key West, you can turn around and start heading back north, or hop on a plane or a boat and head out to Dry Tortugas National Park for a remote adventure.