26325 Old 41 Road Bonita Springs, FL 34135
Lee County

(239) 992-2481

Come enjoy beautiful Southwest Florida at Bonita Lake RV Resort. We are nestled between Naples and Fort Myers and only 6 miles from the Gulf. Our park is an all age resort and pet friendly. We have a refreshing heated pool and fishing lake. Bonita Lake  offers free WI-FI to guests of the park. Bonita Springs has fantastic shopping and every type of restaurant imaginable. Come for a day, a week, a month or a lifetime. You'll be happy that you spent time here.

Take a dip in the refreshing heated pool that is kept at a comfortable temperature year round. There is always a group of friends to share stories with or read a good book in the shade.
Our Lake is abundant with native fish, turtles, birds, otters, and even an occasional alligator. Take a stroll and discover Florida's natural beauty.
Enjoy the white sand beaches of Bonita Beach. Bonita Lake is only 6 short miles from the beautiful beaches on the Gulf of Mexico. Spend time picking out those special shells that are always plentiful. The Gulf temperature is always warm and refreshing.

Bonita Springs, Florida, located in the Southwestern part of the state between Naples and Ft. Myers, is known as "the Gateway to the Gulf". It combines pristine white beaches, championship golf courses, swaying palms, bustling shopping centers, marvelous restaurants with charming neighborhoods, gnarled oaks, natural preserves, performing arts centers, recreational parks, and a thriving business community.

It is easily accessible to Southwest Florida International Airport; it is linked to Interstate 75; it is only minutes away from Florida Gulf Coast University; it is near two performing arts centers with professional orchestras, Broadway shows, and popular celebrities; and it offers a fine array of restaurants and cafes which offer a multitude of cuisines from ultra-casual to upscale candlelight romance.

Even though it is one of the fastest growing areas in Florida, it still maintains an uncomplicated lifestyle for both its permanent residents as well as its many "snowbird" visitors & tourists.

This once-small farming and fishing town has evolved into a forward-thinking community, a fast-growing business attraction, & the hottest location for new residents. Regardless, this Lee County community is being carefully orchestrated by a management plan to preserve its rich past.


Bonita Lakes has a beautiful community room for the use of all guests. Nightly card games are played including Bingo twice a week. Some of the favorites are Pokeno and Euchre. A weekly movie is a quiet getaway. Bean Bag Bean bag is a fun pastime here at Bonita Lake. There's always a friendly competition somewhere in the park.


Bonita Lake has six shuffleboard courts for your use. Join a group or play alone. Everyone is welcome at all activities.


Water aroebics or floor exercises three times a week is sure to keep everyone in shape.


Bonita Lakes Bike Club hits the streets a few times a week. What a fun way to get exercise and make new friends.

167 sites approximately 42 feet long by 30 feet wide. There are a few sites that will accommodate up to 45 feet. Easy access into the park with wide turning lanes entering and departing.
Wide Paved Inner Drives

Pool & Shuffleboard Courts
Bonita Lake Pool at Sunset
Organized Shuffleboard Tournaments
Pavilion & Community Room
Bath House & Clean Laundry Facility with plenty of coin operated washers and dryers
Laundry Facilities
Spacious Cement Patios
FREE Wi-Fi Internet
Full Hook-Ups: 30 & 50 amp service, water, sewer
Clean Manicured RV Resort
Rubbish is picked up at your site 7-days-a-week with recyclables being a concern
Friendly staff always ready to answer your questions

Water activities are everywhere and are not just limited to the Gulf. Canoes and kayaks are seen along freshwater creeks, which allow an intimate glimpse of nature.
Lagoons are tucked between the mainland and mangrove islands in the Gulf which create hideaways for fishing.
The many charming neighborhoods have finger canals threading through them for those who prefer gazing at natural wonders.
A really wonderful aspect of Bonita is the beach access points with free parking at regular intervals along Little Hickory Island (Bonita Beach) to Big Hickory Pass at its south end.
Bonita Beach is a public park with facilities at the bend on Bonita Beach Road.
Nearby Barefoot Beach State Recreation Area is delightful with its undisturbed beaches, rustic surroundings, and plentiful wildlife.
Rustic Lover's Key has two extraordinary beaches with "tons" of parking. There is a boardwalk to the beach at Carl E. Johnson Park, which winds through lush vegetation and wildlife habitat.
Whether you like to swim, sunbathe, canoe, bike, walk, collect shells, or just observe, activities abound in Bonita Springs.

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All information about this park is subject to change. Please call them for inquiries or visit their website at www.bonitalake.com

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