Continental started as a beautiful compground named Continental Camper Resorts, inc


After purchasing the property from Frederic Hester, George Wayson developed the beautiful Continental Camper Resort in a $6 Million project. Hester Trail is named for Frederic Hester. His driveway remains next to the Grove Trail Mailstop. The house was a meeting place for the Continent Resident Ladies Club. It is now long gone.

1972 Continental Camper Brochure describes the fantastic campgrounds


Click image to open brochure



Take notice of the following and more..

  1. Almost total large tree coverage
  2. SR-44 was so narrow
  3. The Clubhouse and pool were already in place
  4. The golf course was also
  5. the powerline rightaway was done.
  6. Dirt roads
  7. Trailers, not homes.
  8. Shuffleboard and Tennis were being played.
  9. There was miniature Golf!
  10. General Store and Gift Shop

What's a Golf Community without a (miniature) Golf Course?
The mini golf was up front near the current tennis court parking

Ref: From brouchure above

The below images of the mini golf are from Richard Burr's collection

Application for approval of Continental Club House

Quick Links

Our Golf course

Continental Country Club
71 Continental Blvd
Wildwood Fl 34785
Pro Shop: 352-748-3293

Our Restaurant

Paulie's at the Oaks on 44
75 Continental Blvd
Wildwood Fl 34785
Restaurant: 352-748-0050

Our Community

Continental Country Club
50 Continental Blvd
Wildwood Fl 34785
Office: 352-748-0100