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Direct canal access to the Gulf of Mexico

An Opportunity Unlike Any Other Florida Resort

Cruise To The Gulf of Mexico From Your Own Site

Sited on the Gulf of Mexico, in historic Naples, Florida, this premier resort offers owners a boating opportunity, unlike any other motorcoach resort. An easy 20-minute cruise to the Gulf makes it the first of its kind for those who love the open road, the boating life, luxury accommodations, and royal treatment. Naples Motorcoach Resort has it all.

Owners who choose a canal-front lot may build a permanent dock, accommodating runabouts, flat bottoms, and pontoons up to 22 feet. Similar to custom bungalow planning and construction, seasoned resort staff assists in the coordination of dock build-out. And conveniently, a boat launch on the property is available for the use of owners and transient guests.

Even those who are not boat owners may take advantage of day cruises, hosted by resident guides, that embark from the resort. Daily excursions, tide permitting, take up to eight passengers down canal waters to many hot spots. And, it is not unusual to see playful dolphins following the boat.

Call To Reserve Your Stay (844) 246-4095

Naples Motorcoach Resort Canal Access

Popular Boat Tours

  • Popular for shelling and fishing, Keewaydin Island is a barrier island located just off the coast of Naples.
  • Snook Inn, a longtime owner favorite, is a casual seafood-centric spot near the Marco River with local musicians who encourage guest requests and dancing.
  • Stan’s Idle Hour Restaurant in Goodland near Marco Island is a waterfront seafood fixture with a festive vibe, outdoor seating, and frequent live music.
  • Those seeking a more upscale experience cruise to the Esplanade on Marco Island for outdoor dining choices from casual to upscale, live entertainment, and sophisticated shops.

Explore The Area By Boat


Ready to make Naples Motorcoach Resort your home away? Call us to schedule a tour of the resort. Experience how owners live with a preview stay.

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