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Royal Coachman RV Resort

1070 Laurel Road East Nokomis, FL 34275
Call 877-570-2267

Highly-Rated RV Park in Florida

Royal Coachman RV Resort, one of the finest and highest rated RV resorts in the nation, awaits your arrival. This incredible, scenic RV park in Florida offers every possible amenity and is only minutes away from the best beaches and local attractions. Outstanding activities, hospitality and service are among the many attributes of this RV park -- the only thing missing is you in coastal Florida. Visit us at Royal Coachman and see why our RV resort consistently rates among the country's best.

At Royal Coachman RV Resort, our staff is friendly and knowledgeable about every aspect of our property. So whether you need directions to one of the local hot-spots from our RV park in Florida, or you need assistance with our on-site amenities and activities, we are all here to make your stay the best it can be.

Clubhouse, Bike Trails, Shuffleboard, Swimming Pool, Fishing, Fitness Center, RV Storage, Pets Welcome, Nature / Hiking Trails, Mini Golf, Restroom/Shower Facilities, Laundry Facilities, Picnic/BBQ Area, Volleyball, Basketball, Horseshoes, Tennis Courts, Ballroom/Banquet Hall, Library, Business Center, Bocci Ball, WiFi $$, WiFi Hotspot

Resort Activities
Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Royal Coachman RV Resort. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.


Arts & CraftsBocci BallChurch ServiceComputer ClubDance Hall with StageMini GolfBicycle ClubActivities CommitteCard RoomExercise ClassesScrap BookingVolleyballWoodcarvingBingo/Card PlayingCeramics - Wood CarvingCo-ed Water AerobicsCraft Shop Wood ShopMen/Women Exercise ClassesRed Hat SocietyDancingActivities CoordinatorCreative arts and crafts classes and projectsPlanned ActivitiesStain GlassWater AerobicsInternet Cafe



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