Nestled on Southwest Florida's Gulf Coast, 35 miles south of Naples, Everglades Isle is located near the entrance to Everglades City. Founded in 1893, the city still maintains the charm of a quaint Florida fishing village. Couple the area’s Old Florida charm with the resort’s extensive luxury amenities, and you have a one of a kind retreat for RVers and boaters alike!
The Everglades are like no other place on earth and visitors from around the world travel here to enjoy a rich abundance of activities, including:
When you’re ready to explore beyond the city, there is something for every taste and interest— all within easy access:
Everglades City also has a general aviation airport which includes a 2,400 foot runway with fueling capacity.
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Take exit 101 (CR-951 / SR-84 / Collier Boulevard / Naples / Marco Island). Turn south onto CR-951 and follow for 7 miles. Turn left onto US 41 for 24 miles. Turn right at SR 29, travel 3 miles to retreat on your right.
Take the I-595 W exit toward I-75/FLORIDA'S TURNPIKE for 10 miles. Merge onto I-75 N toward ALLIGATOR ALLEY/NAPLES (Portions toll) for 63 miles. Take exit 80 and turn left/south on SR-29 for 17 miles. FL 29 becomes CR 29. End at retreat on your right.
Everglades Isle can be reached by the Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) in Fort Myers, the Naples Municipal Airport (APF) and the Everglades City airport.
There is sufficient deep water access that boaters may navigate from the Gulf directly to Everglades Isle via the Barron River.
From the Gulf of Mexico, enter Indian Key Pass at green marker #1 (25 degrees, 47.942' N / 081 degrees 28.059' W); follow the charted channel to Everglades City; controlling depth of the channel is a minimum of approximately 6 feet at MLW; the overhead cables which used to limit masts exceeding 65 feet in Everglades City are no longer there; just after passing the Rod & Gun Club take the channel to port of red marker #44; Caution - an inflowing tide will draw craft toward this marker, so give it a wide berth and maintain sufficient speed to counteract any such effort of the current; continue up the Barron River channel following the charted marks to green marker #55; 30 foot boat slips are located in the basin with widths up to 18 feet; the controlling depth of the basin is a minimum of approximately 5 feet at MLW; The marina staff monitors CH #16 VHF and our telephone is (239) 695-2600.