Beautifully Natural Southwest Florida
Amazing location on Florida’s Southwest Gulf Coast
You’ll love it here. Our Class A Motorcoach Resort is in Charlotte Harbor, less than an hour south of Sarasota, located halfway between Tampa and Naples on the Southwest Florida Gulf Coast. Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf Islands are a charming collection of nine coastal communities surrounding the state’s second largest harbor. We’re 15-20 minutes from Englewood’s world renowned beaches, Boca Grande, and the amazing Myakka and Charlotte Harbor State Parks.
Within a few miles is shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. We’re also very close to several great golf courses, a PGA rated course, and the world famous 99 holes at the Rotunda Golf & Country Club. There are bike trails nearby and very nice beaches all easily within 15 minutes of the resort. There are also several historical areas nearby with opportunities for cultural events such as theater, concerts, and art fairs.
On Cape Haze Peninsula where the white sandy shores of the Gulf of Mexico meet Lemon Bay, you’ll discover Englewood, a charming beach community ready to welcome you to cool tropical breezes and warm hospitality. Englewood has a diverse collection of activities, from pristine nature parks, great restaurants and a thriving art community to swimming, boating, fishing and golfing.
Great beaches to explore:
Stump Pass Beach
Venice Public Beach
Found along Florida’s welcoming Gulf Coast, Port Charlotte is located about halfway between Sarasota and Fort Myers, perfectly positioned to offer every manner of water-borne activities. It has more than 165 miles of waterways, providing access to Charlotte Harbor and the Gulf of Mexico and many more miles of natural shoreline bordering Charlotte Harbor and the Peace and Myakka rivers.
Great beaches to explore:
Port Charlotte Beach East
Port Charlotte Beach Wast
North Jetty Park Beach
Nokomis Public Beach
Blind Pass Beach
In addition to its beautifully restored historic district, Punta Gorda offers many natural attractions, waterside shopping and leisurely strolls along the Harborwalk and at Fishermen’s Village on Charlotte Harbor. Easily reached by I-75 along Florida’s south-central Gulf Coast, Punta Gorda features streets lined with huge royal palms, old Florida-era tin-roofed homes with wide verandas, brick lanes, and street lamps and benches that leave an almost tangible old-Florida atmosphere.
Great things to explore:
The Historic Ghost Tour
The Punta Gorda Downtown Muruals
Real Guest Reviews
I own lots at 3 of the best parks in the country, and now I am selling my FL lot and buying here. This resort is over the top. Large park on the Myakka River like a nature preserve, 100 large lots, all paved, 3 lakes with load of inhabitants...This place has it all and an energy that seems to hold everyone who comes to stay.
Mike & Anita
It’s different than a lot of parks. We’ve met so many great people. We feel like we’re home. We originally only stopped here because we found the resort in a magazine and we planned to stay a week and ended up staying for months.
Then we returned again for a second season and we’re coming back again!
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