Collier-Seminole State Park
20200 East Tamiami Trl, Naples, Florida 34114
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Going South from Tampa on I-75, take Exit 101 (SR 951 & SR 84) and turn right. Follow 951 to US 41. Turn left on US 41 and the Collier-Seminole State Park will be 8 miles on the right just past CR 92. Going West on I-75 from Fort Lauderdale, take Exit 80 (SR 29), go south to 41 and turn right. Follow 41 for about 15 miles, and the Collier-Seminole State Park will be on your left.
101 RV Sites, 120 Tent Sites, 1 Group Site, 120 Electric and Water, 30 Amps, 50 Amps, 1 Pull Thru
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Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Hot Showers
Boat Ramp, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking, Playground
All Ages, Pet Restrictions
Max RV Length 60 ft
Group/Youth camping area can accommodate up to 30 people, has drinkable water and 20 amp electrical service. Fee per night is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for children.
Max RV Length
Electric and Water
Firepit / Fire Ring
2015 Rates are per site
Daily Rates: $22.00
Payment Methods Accepted
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, VISA
Facilities and Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms
Planned Group Activities
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In touch with nature
September 16, 2013
Close to the bright lights of Marco Island and Naples - but if you want to explore the western part of the Everglades, this is the place to be. Just a short drive to Everglade City and Chocoloskee with lots of Kodak spots on both sides of the road. This is a State Park with the usual rustic trimmings including hiking trails (bring bug spray) and one of the original dredges used to build Hwy 41 - the Tamiami Trail - the first highway across the Everglades.
We stayed here in a Class C Motorhome.
March 30, 2013
We chose this park because we love that most state parks have campgrounds with lovely natural settings. We were visiting family on Marco Island and this location was so convenient. However, this park had terrible camping facilities. The campsites were too small, overcrowded, and had no appeal at all! We had difficulty maneuvering around the park with our trailer and avoiding parked vehicles and darting children on bikes. It was an unsafe situation. I suspect we would have enjoyed some of the hiking if we had time, but the campground left us feeling so uncomfortable, I doubt we will ever return.
We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
Great Swamp Camping
December 29, 2012
This campground is in a swamp, so there will be some mosquitoes during warmer weather, but the surrounding beauty more than compensates. Offering a mix of water/electric RV hook-up sites, dual dumping stations and primitive camping sites visitors can enjoy canoeing on the lake, strolling through a well-marked nature trail or biking. Rental canoes are available for $5 per hour or launch your own boat on the ramp. Enjoy a lakeside picnic in covered pavilions or do some fishing. Just a short drive from Naples and Marco Island, this campground is well-located in southwest Florida just off the Tamiami Trail. A small store and fuel is available just a short walk or bike ride from the campground's main entrance. There are no laundry facilities or long-term residents but friendly, helpful park rangers and reasonable fees.
We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome.
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