Everglades Isle, a Class A motor coach retreat, marina and club, is nestled near the entrance to Everglades City, on Southwest Florida's Gulf coast, 35 miles south of Naples. The retreat's Lighthouse Club at Everglades Isle serves as a welcome beacon to the town originally named Everglades and founded in 1893 along the Barron River.
Today, Everglades City exhibits all the charm of an old Florida fishing village and is the gateway to the Everglades and the surrounding 10,000 Islands. Visitors and residents alike enjoy some of the finest fishing in the world. A day of boating, canoeing or kayaking are all accomplished with ease. Everglades National Park provides numerous opportunities to experience nature via trails and airboat and miles of secluded beaches are accessible via boat from the retreat.
While situated in a tropical paradise, Everglades Isle is within easy reach of world-class shopping, cultural activities and the incredible public beaches of Marco Island and Naples. A variety of private and public golf courses are available for play as well as skeet and trap shooting just a few miles west.
Casinos and the metropolitan areas of Miami and Fort Lauderdale are equally accessible to the east. Everglades City also has a general aviation airport which includes a 2,400 foot runway with fueling capacity.
From I-75 South: Take exit 101 (CR-951 / SR-84 / Naples / Marco Island). Turn south onto CR-951 and follow for 7 miles. Turn left onto US 41 for 24miles. Turn right at SR 29, travel 3 miles to retreat on your right.
From Fort Lauderdale: 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.
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