Naples Beaches

Lowdermilk Beach Park

Address: 1301 Gulf Shore Boulevard North, At the end of Banyan Boulevard, Naples

Description: Nice landscaping & facilities. Sand volleyball court. Lots of shade for protected lounging. Concession stand & gazebo near the beach.

Parking: Metered parking in the parking lot or free with a Collier County or Naples City beach parking sticker.

Delnor Wiggins Pass State Recreation Area

This 166-acre state park features beaches lined with sea oats and cabbage palms, along with woodland trails and wonderfully shaded picnic areas. A boardwalk leads out to the pass, offering a grand view of the waterway as well as a great place to fish. An observation tower within the park allows the visitor a birds-eye view of the natural splendor of the area. A concession stand is available to offer food, drinks and beach items. A bathhouse is also available with changing stalls.

Clam Pass Beach Park

Clam Pass Beach Park offers a nice beach area, a thick mangrove forest, and a tidal bay abounding with birds and wildlife. You can take a 20 minute walk from the parking area over the boardwalk to the beach, or if you prefer a tram service runs every six minutes. This park is at the western end of Pine Ridge Road.

Parking is available at $3.00/day. Amenities include lifeguard, toilets and showers, picnic tables, observation tower and nature trails.

Vanderbilt Beach

Vanderbilt beach is located near several hotels, and concessions and water sport rentals are available.

Vanderbilt Beach Webcam Located at the end of Vanderbilt Drive

Naples Pier

The nice thing about the Naples City beach is easy access. Parking for the beach is available at the western end of most residential streets between 7th Avenue North, to 19th Avenue South (26 blocks of parking). Many of the access points also have an outdoor shower available for rinsing. The Naples Fishing Pier is located at the west end of 12th Avenue South where plenty of parking is also available. The beach is bordered on the east by multi-million dollar single family residences. On the entire six mile length of beach you will only find food and drink available at a few places, including the Pier, Lowdermilk Park or at the Naples Beach Hotel. The pier itself never closes, and entrance is free. Available restrooms, picnic tables, showers and snack shop. Great for fishing. Located at 25 12th Avenue South in Naples.