Bonita Lake RV Resort - AMENITIES / AREA
Bonita Springs is located at 26°20′59″N 81°47′27″W / 26.34972°N 81.79083°W (26.349654, -81.790937).
According to the United States Census Bureau
, the city has a total area of 41.0 miles (106.2 km). 35.3 miles (91.4 km) of it is land and 5.7 miles (14.8 km) of it (13.95%) is water.
The city is located on both Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. The area referred to as Bonita Beach is located on Little Hickory Island, a road-accessible barrier island that lies between the Gulf of Mexico and Estero Bay. The Imperial River flows through the downtown district of the city and empties into Estero Bay.
The city is the northernmost city on the west coast of Florida that has a tropical climate, having a mean January temperature of 65°F (18°C). Fort Myers Beach directly to the north has a January mean of 64°F (18°C) which gives it a subtropical climate.
- 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
- Pavilion & Community Room
- Bath House & Clean Laundry Facility with plenty of coin operated washers and dryers
- 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
AREA & ATTRACTIONS
- Art League of Bonita Springs - an arts organization that hosts both local and traveling art exhibitions, arts classes and other community events.
- Bonita Beach Park - a 2.5-acre beachfront park that features a boardwalk and swimming area. Sand dunes and coastal vegetation surround a gazebo and 8 picnic shelters.
- Barefoot Beach Preserve Park - is 342 acres (1.38 km) of natural land and one of the last undeveloped barrier islands on Florida's southwest coast. It is located on the border of Collier and Lee Counties and accessible by Bonita Beach Road.
- Little Hickory Island Beach Park
- There are also 10 beach accesses with public parking located up and down Bonita Beach.
- Bonita Springs is located west of Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, a significant Bald Cypress reserve under management of the National Audubon Society.
- The northern border of Bonita Springs is shared with Lover's Key State Park, a 1,616-acre (6.54 km2) park made up of four barrier islands. The park features nature trails for hiking and bicycling, a canoe launch, kayak and canoe rentals, acres of unspoiled mangroves and miles of pristine beaches. A haven for wildlife, the islands and their waters are home to West Indian Manatees, bottlenose dolphins, roseate spoonbills, marsh rabbits and bald eagles.
- Everglades Wonder Gardens features a large collection of Florida wildlife including exotic birds, panthers, alligators, flamingos and bears. The facility, originally opened in 1936 as both a wildlife exhibition and a refuge for injured animals, also boasts a botanical garden and a natural history museum.
- Naples/Fort Myers Greyhound Track, Seminole Casino
- Less than a half-day drive to Tampa/Sarasota, Miami/Fort Lauderdale & Orlando/Disney
- 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.