Short Name: Silver Lakes RV Resort
Address 1: 1001 Silver Lakes Boulevard
Open all Year: Yes
Number of Sites: 560
About: Silver Lakes is a RV and Golf Resort located in beautiful Naples, Florida at the gateway to the 10,000 Islands. This pristine area is a perfect location to enjoy the surrounding nature and abundant recreational activities. Silver Lakes is a tranquil resort that sits on 104 acres with RV sites around two lakes, around the on-site 9-hole executive golf course, and around the perimeter of the resort with preserve views.
This gated community is designed for RVs over 25 feet including Class A and Class C motorhomes, fifth wheels, travel trailers, and Board of Director and HUD approved park model homes. We have two luxurious clubhouses complete with distinctive decor, sparkling blue swimming pools with hot tubs, fitness facility, large kitchens, library, restroom facilities with showers, large rooms for parties and other gatherings.
Amenities: Silver Lakes has a great number of wonderful amenities to offer. A pristine On-site 9-hole executive golf course, three top-quality all-weather tennis courts, six shuffleboard courts, and six regulation horseshoe pits.
Our luxurious two clubhouses with sparkling blue pools and hot tubs, exercise facility, library, kitchens, laundry facilities, restroom facilities with showers, and meeting facilities, and large gathering rooms which are the social centerpiece of this marvelous resort. Silver Lakes has an abundance of planned activities to offer to owners and renters in the resort, and we also offer gated security and beautifully landscaped common areas
Silver Lakes is 9.2 miles south from I-75 exit 101 (Collier Blvd.). From I-75, drive south on Collier Blvd and make a left onto Silver Lakes Boulevard. Naples Beach is approximately 15 minutes west and Marco Beach is approximately 10 minutes south of our location.
Silver Lakes is close to several shopping centers, grocery stores, department stores, and a large plaza of factory outlets. There is a public boat ramp approximately three miles away which offers direct access to the Marco River and the Gulf of Mexico.