Cypress Trail RV Resort Launched in Fort Myers, Fla.
JL Cypress Trails LLC, an affiliate of JL Properties Inc., announced today (June 11) it is launching a new RV resort in Southwest Florida – Cypress Trail RV Resort. The new development will cater to owners of Class A, Class B, and Class C motorhomes, as well as fifth-wheels, travel trailers and park model resort homes. Introductory pricing for sites start at $39,000, according to a news release.
The new RV neighborhood is located in Fort Myers and is adjacent to well-known Cypress Woods RV Resort at Exit 139 just off Interstate 75. It’s a short drive to a variety of community activities, including excellent shopping, restaurants, cultural offerings, sporting outlets and Gulf-front beaches.
The developer anticipates that sites for the new getaway, which will contain 550 tracts when built out, will sell fast at the $39,000 introductory price as RVers realize the value Cypress Trail provides.
Each 30-foot-by-90-foot parcel will feature lush tropical native landscaping. Lots are available as pull-in for motorized RVs or back-in for towables. Enhanced hookups with 50-30-20 amp service, and free Wi-Fi Internet service are standard, while a variety of developer-furnished options are available.
Cypress Trail will offer residents and guests a large clubhouse with a catering kitchen and meeting room, two heated pools, a hot tub, tennis courts, bocce ball area and horseshoe pit. Two large lakes with a nature preserve and nature trails round out the resorts offerings.
The resort’s website is www.CypressTrailRV.com and is currently under development. For more information, call (239) 333-3249 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Developer
The Cypress Trails RV Park is being developed and is owned by JL Cypress Trails LLC, an affiliate of JL Properties Inc. based in Alaska.
JL Properties Inc. was formed in 1990 by the two current principals. Over the past 10 years, JL has, together with affiliates, successfully undertaken the development of many new projects involving over $1 billion in construction activity.
As enthusiastic supporters of the environment, it was essential to create a nature trail through the preserve at Cypress Trail RV Resort so guests and residents could enjoy the beauty of Florida’s natural wildlife.