Places to Go
Beaches In Naples
From Gordon Pass on the south to Seagate Drive on the North.
Facilities: Over 10 miles of sandy beach. Newly renovated the world famous Naples Fishing Pier is at the west end off 12th Avenue S., extending 1,000 feet into the Gulf – Great for fishing or watching sunsets. Metered parking, bait, snack bar, restroomsand outdoor showers
Banyan Blvd. and Gulf Shore Blvd.
Facilities Include: Parking, restrooms, showers, pavilion, picnic tables and concessions. A MUST! Go to the Naples Beach Hotel and eat & drink at the outside bar & grill –best views for sunsets! Fun Place!
CLAM PASS PARK/BEACH
Seagate Drive, Naples (South of the Registry Resort)
Facilities include: Scenic boardwalk, kayak and catamaran rentals, beach chairs, trolley ride, outdoor showers, restrooms, snack bar.
DELNOR-WIGGINS PASS STATE RECREATION AREA/BEACH
11100 Gulf Shore Drive, N., Naples
Hours: 8 am – Sunset Daily
Facilities include: Five parking areas, picnic tables, BBQ’s, boardwalks, showers, bathhouses, picnic pavilion, observation tower, boat-launching ramp, swimming, boating and fishing, restrooms
LELY BAREFOOT BEACH
South off Bonita Beach Road, North Naples
Facilities include: Showers, restrooms, snack bar, fishing ramps, picnic tables, fishing gear rental.
Starting in North Naples at Vanderbilt Drive on the South, to Delnor Wiggins State Park at the North.
Facilities include: Freshwater Showers, lifeguards, grills, picnic tables, boat ramp, observation tower, restrooms, bath house. Additional Public Parking in lot next to the Ritz Carlton.
Parks and Recreation in Naples
The Naples area is a wonderful place to enjoy the local, state, and national parks. Here are a few of the Parks and recreational areas in the Naples area.
Collier-Seminole State Park | 239. 394.3397