Pelican Lake Motorcoach Resort
4555 Southern Breeze Drive
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 289
About: Pelican Lake Motorcoach resort has a total of 289 sites approximately 50 x 100 feet and larger. Every site is privately owned and is unique in its own way. These sites are made for the Big Rigs. Our sites offer lush tropical landscaping, 10x10 coachhouses, and full hook-up capabilities (water, sewer, cable, and50 amp electric). Many of them have beautiful paver blocked pads uniquely designed to suit your needs.
Amenities: Pelican Lake Motorcoach Resort has many amenities to offer! Our resort has a centrally located 8,000 square foot clubhouse with large open party room with dance floor, catering kitchen, laundry facility, library, exercise room, and restrooms with showers. The luxurious clubhouse, with its distinctive architectural design, fine grouping of richly upholstered furniture, custom artwork and spacious dance floor, is the social centerpiece of this marvelous resort. Our resort has the best in planned activities and entertainment for all to enjoy. The heated junior Olympic pool, Jacuzzi, tennis courts, and shuffleboard courts are for use and enjoyment by all. Our 35 acre stocked lake is also a fisherman’s getaway.
Directions: Located in between Naples and Marco Island, Florida, Pelican Lake Motorcoach Resort has location, location, location! Naples Beach is approximately 15 minutes west and Marco Island Beach is approximately 10 minutes south of our location Golf courses, restaurants, shopping, fishing, and boating are just minutes away. The Resort is 9.2 miles south from I-75 exit 101 (Collier Blvd.). From I-75, drive south on Collier Blvd to our entrance on Championship Drive..
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This resort thinks the only nice motorcoach is a class "a". When in fact I saw junkie looking class "a" coaches there. My Class "C+" is far nicer that several of the class "a" coaches that were there. I e-mailed the pelican lake website 10 days ago about their policy and have not heard back from them. I do know that "Silver Lakes" resort, which is next to this snubby park accepts both Class "C" and class "a" coaches.