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Frequenty Asked Questions

1. How big are the RV lots?
30 ft. by 80 ft.
2. Are they full hook-up?
Yes. 30 or 50 amp service.

3. Do you have a patio?
Yes. Every RV lot has a cement patio.

4. Do we have picnic tables at each site?
No. You will need to bring a table if you want one out side.
5. Can you have motorcycles in the park?
Yes.  You are allowed three visible motorized registered vehicles at your site, including your RV . Motorcycles count as a motorized vehicle.

6. Can we have pets?
Alligator Park is pet-friendly with some restrictions for larger dog breeds (call the office at (941) 639-7000 for details). You must clean up after your pets. If they are outside, they must be on a 6' leash. Proof of vaccinations must be provided to the office.
7. How close are you to beaches?
About 4 miles from the downtown boat launch which is in Charlotte Harbor. Charlotte Harbor is part of the Peace River, which flows to the Gulf. We are also less than 60 minutes to Gulf beaches, in Englewood, Venice, and Boca Grande as well as public beaches on the Peace River.

8. How much are Mobile Home Lots? How much is a share?
A share in Alligator Park is $28,000.00. When you buy a lot in the Park, you have bought your share. The
concept is simple: 1 lot, 1 share, 1 vote.

9. How big are the lots?
MH lots are all approximately 60 ft by 80 ft. RV Lots are 30 ft by 80 ft.

10. Do you sell homes in the Park?
No. We do not broker any sales in the Park, however, as a courtesy to our shareholders, lists of properties for sale and/or rent can be found on this website or at our office.

11. Can I power wash my house/RV?
Yes. You may power wash your unit. At this time we are limited to once per season unless instructed by the office to clean a 2nd time. You must get a permit from the office. Permits are free.

12. Do you have alligators in “Alligator Park”?
Not usually, however, this is Florida. We are located very near to Alligator Creek, hence the name.