This park’s visit began as a frustrating buildup of anticipation as we sat in very heavy traffic just trying to get across the Sanibel Causeway. Be advised that there are two lanes. The signs tell you to stay right for the toll booths that take cash. We, along with SO many others, believed we had to sit in only the right lane until we got to the toll booths. It was there that we realized we could have saved much time had we just moved to the left lane and buzzed by everyone else. That left lane feeds into both the cash and pass booths. Live and learn.
The park itself is everything we had heard. It’s difficult to get a reservation during peak season but once you’re in there, it’s almost like home. Everyone was very nice and the people we spoke to were annual wintertime residents. Some don’t even camp with a car and instead utilize bicycles only to get around. We had our car, motorcycle, and two bicycles. The motorized vehicles were never started.
This park has all of the amenities along with a few extras like exotic animals in a centrally located facility. And the beach is a three minute bicycle ride from the park’s boundary.
Maneuvering around this park is not bad at all even with the largest of rigs although if one with a large rig made a wrong turn, you’d know it almost immediately.
A wonderful park to settle into for awhile. We’ll certainly do it again.