Every season is beach season in Naples – our beaches combine pristine, white sand beaches with a lush foliage backdrop. With its beautiful, tropical surroundings and peaceful ambiance, it’s no wonder so many couples and families migrate to our coastline each year. All city streets in Naples end at the beach and offer public beach parking, making it convenient for visitors to enjoy.
Wiggins Pass State Park
Located on a barrier island near Naples, Wiggins Pass State Park stretches over one and a quarter mile, offering an array of oceanfront recreation. With a variety of water sport rentals, including kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards, there is always something exciting to do at Wiggins Pass State Park. Visitors looking to unwind and relax have the option to rent beach chairs and umbrellas and bask in the sun. There are also picnic tables and benches provided for the patrons to sit back and relax with their toes in the sand.
Seagate is a beautiful, small Naples waterfront beach, featuring a tropical landscape, sugary white sand, and sparkling clear water. As it is just in walking distance to a variety of fine shops and creative cuisine, Seagate is an excellent beach option for anyone looking to do a little more than just relax on the beach.
“Seagate North Naples is my favorite beach to visit. It is a very family friendly area with gorgeous views.”
– Dana, Guest Services Agent, Bellasera
With over 10 miles of sugary, white sand beach, Naples Beach offers numerous activities and attractions for visitors to enjoy. Whether you’re looking to collect the exotic, vibrant seashells along the shore, go fishing off the Naples pier, enjoy a family picnic in the soft, white sand, or cool down in our crystal clear water, there is always something to do on Naples Beach.
Located on the Gulf of Mexico at the West end of 12th Avenue South, the Naples Pier is a historical landmark built in the 1900s as the focal point of all Naples Beaches. After recently undergoing extensive renovations in 2015, the Naples Pier has been completely reborn, receiving an extreme face-lift. This iconic landmark offers visitors a myriad of recreation, from fishing and bird watching, to dolphin spotting and beach volleyball. This public symbol is the ideal spot for family-friendly fun and the ultimate relaxation.
Located on the Gulf of Mexico, just south of Naples Beach, Marco Island is the largest of Florida’s Ten Thousand Islands. Marco Island can simply be defined as Florida paradise with its soft white sand, sparkling clear water, and lush foliage surrounding the beach. With an endless amount of accommodations, Marco Island is the prime destination for fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, sunbathing, shelling, and so much more. Whether you choose to engage in watersports, or sit back and bask in the sun, Marco Island is the ideal location for anyone.
Fort Myers Beach
Located just north of Naples, Fort Myers Beach stretches about seven miles, featuring soft white sand, crystal clear water, and a tropical landscape. With a variety of rentals, including beach chairs, umbrellas, wave runners, kayaks, and paddleboards, Fort Myers Beach has lots to offer for a day on the beach. Fort Myers Beach also offers an array of restaurants and bars overlooking the Gulf, where visitors can enjoy a delicious meal while sipping on an ice cold beverage.
Clam Pass Beach Park
Clam Pass Park is a beautiful, pristine destination along Naples Beach, featuring tropical landscaping, a boardwalk, and breathtaking views of the Gulf. With 35 acres of mangrove forests and coastal dunes, visitors can experience a beautiful, unique atmosphere. Clam Pass Beach Park also offers convenient parking options and restrooms for visitors.
Lowdermilk Park Pavilion
Located along Naples Beach, Lowdermilk Park Pavilion is an excellent location offering a variety of amenities for visitors to enjoy. Lowdermilk Park Pavilion features volleyball courts, gazebos, a concession stand, and outdoor showers. With over 1,000 feet of soft white sand, Lowdermilk is a fun, spacious park perfect for families and friends of all ages.
“Clam Pass and Lowdermilk are my two favorite beaches to visit in Naples. They both have a gorgeous, relaxing ambiance with nature trails and beautiful settings.” – Emily, Guest Services Manager, Park Shore