One the of the best kept secrets in fine Florida Campgrounds is located on Pine Island, Florida. In a tropical setting of exotic wildlife, mango groves and unparalleled fishing. The Fort Myers/Pine Island KOA is the natural choice as your Florida camping resort. Our campground and RV park offers a serene oasis from the noise of the city and the crowds at the beach with its secluded location on Pine Island, the largest island on the Southwest Gulf Coast of Florida
A visit to the island is a trip back in time to when fishing was the largest industry in the area and tiny fishing villages flourished along these scenic waterways. Known as the "Tarpon Capital of the World", some of the most famous fishing waters in the United States surround Pine Island. Launch your own boat or charter a boat for a day and try some world famous Florida tarpon fishing, hike or bike the brand new island bike path, or take the KOA’s bus service to the beach, shopping and attractions. . Enjoy the quaint island communities of Bokeelia, St. James City and Pineland with their local shops and eateries.
There are facilities and activities for campers of all ages are available at the campground including:
| heated pool
|| pool table
|| wildlife viewing
| hot tub
|| horseshoe court
|| paved bike path
| tennis courts
|| seasonal activity schedule
| exercise room
|| large screen television
| seasonal bus shuttle to beaches, shopping and attractions
Reunions and Rallies
The Fort Meyers/Pine Island KOA Campground will handle your entire group and family reunion needs. A group coordinator will customize a package for your group that includes campsites, activities, and entertainment.
Join in the scheduled recreation program or we’ll custom design your itinerary with activities to suit all ages and interests. The campground has 2 clubhouses, with a stage, kitchen, a big-screen television and exercise room.
For your Florida camping vacation, choose the Fort Meyers/Pine Island KOA Campground as your destination and relax in the peaceful tropical paradise of secluded Pine Island. From your tent site, camping cabin or rv site, exploring the real Florida couldn’t be more fun.