For a complete list of fire safety rules, please click here.
Store hours May thru October are 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Sunday thru Thursday
9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Friday and Saturday.
April our hours fluctuate please call for hours.
November thru March the hours are 8:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Check-in for RV's and Tents is 1:00 P.M.
Check-in for cabins is 3:00 P.M.
Check-out for all is 11:00 A.M.
Pool is open all the time. Quiet hours from 10:00 P.M. to 8:00 A.M. must be observed.
All visitors must check-in at the office. The visitors fee is $7.00 per adult and $1.00 per child. All visitors must exit campground
by 10:00 P.M.
Quiet hours are from 10:00 P.M. until 8:00 A.M.
All children should be at their sites unless accompanied by an adult.
The username is NAPLESKOA.
The password is koanaples1234.
1. Leave firewood at home and purchase at or near your destination campground.
2. Firewood purchased at or near the campground should be used during your camping stay. Don't leave unused
firewood behind and don't take it with you to another destination.
3. If you can't burn your wood, donate it to a fellow camper.
4. When buying firewood, make sure you receive pieces that are dry and have either little bark or bark that is loose. Not
only will this reduce the threat of spreading diseases, your fire will be easier to start.
Campground emergency number is 786-818-1274
Medical Emergency call 911.
Hey campers, we've taken our lodging to a new level! Come in and take a look at our Deluxe Cabins with screen rooms!Known as the friendliest campground in South Florida, we love to welcome new guests! Our staff and seasonal residents are quick to introduce themselves and include new campers in activities," says Anita Mangels, manager of the Naples/Marco Island, Florida KOA.Anita goes on to say, "I want our guests to feel like old friends. We are excited to welcome them to our home and want them to be as comfortable as possible during their stay with us. We do our best to assure that our guests have a memorable experience.” Anita took over the GM duties from her husband Ted in 2017, they came to KOA through unique circumstances. They were tired of living in the cold of Minnesota and decided to pack it up and just do a cross country road trip and figure out what they wanted to do next. The only rule was it needed to be in a warmer climate. They hit the road for four months of traveling around the country, often staying at KOA campgrounds because they could count on the consistently high quality and cleanliness. “You can't beat camping for meeting unique and interesting people”, says Anita. "And traveling in a tent keeps one in touch with the simpler side of things. We had plenty of opportunities to talk to the work campers along the way and decided the campground business was just what we were looking for. One of our stops along the journey was the Naples/Marco Island KOA, and the rest is history, as they say!"Anita and Ted still pursue the things they love most, which include day trips to the beach for sun and shelling, cruising, interesting new restaurants and getting together with friends and family.