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What a special place! If you have the choice and can pay a bit extra ( I think it was about $90 a night) definitely stay in the first row- you are right on the beach. Beautiful white sand and warm water. We spent all...More
Great weather; fun time as usual. Our favorite RV park. Campground was full, as usual. I love to walk the dogs here. I feel safe walking at 5 am or 5 pm. The beach has had hundreds of people on it this trip but the...More
Love this campground! it is always so neat, clean and it is close to everything! Staff is super nice and helpful. We had a site close to the entrance - we could see the water and beach from our spot. Perfect weekend! Met lots of...More
This was our first time staying at the Red Coconut. We stayed in site 17 for four nights. This camp ground is absolutely WONDERFUL!! It is so quaint and has a great sense of community. The beach was gorgeous, private and very clean. The sunsets...More
We spent 3 nights at Red Coconut RV Park with a Class C RV. Our spot was extremely short and we could barely fit the RV. That is, we could barely access the storage in the back. The site next to ours wasn't like that...More
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Hmmm . . . to get through the sand you would definitely need a beach wheelchair. There aren't really any boardwalks per se, unless you drive about 2 miles north to the main pier. Try giving them a call and see if they have a... More
Hmmm . . . to get through the sand you would definitely need a beach wheelchair. There aren't really any boardwalks per se, unless you drive about 2 miles north to the main pier. Try giving them a call and see if they have a beach wheel chair you can use.
Maybe even the Chamber of Commerce might have an idea . . .
Best of luck!
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