Naples Beaches

Known as the “Platinum Coast,” Naples beaches live up to the destination’s reputation for high standards.

Regularly ranked among top Florida beaches and the best beaches in the U.S., Naples’ litany of beaches begins in the north with all-natural Delnor-Wiggins State Park, where fish bite in the pass and an observation tower overlooks the Gulf of Mexico.

Delnor Wiggins Pass State Recreation Area

Delnor Wiggins Beach is one of the popular destinations in Naples, this paradise once rated one of the best beaches in the nation is a true paradise for beach lovers. Delnor Park is located in North Naples 6 miles west of I-75, exit 111. Popular activities go from fishing, swimming (not at the Wiggins Pass), sunbathing, snorkeling and picnicking.  Come and enjoy this pristine and natural beauty.

  • Pets are allowed in this park, not on the beaches.
  • Five parking lots with a system of connecting trails and board walks are available
  • Picnic tables & grills
  • Bike rack
  • Outdoor showers and changing rooms
  • Is prohibited to collect live shells
  • Two beach wheel chair, one in area 1 and one in area 5

Calm Pass Beach Park

Clam Pass Park takes in preserve lands south of the boardwalk that leads to the beach, with 3200 feet of beach right on the Gulf of Mexico. Calm pass is located in the north Naples area and is surrounded with wading shorebirds, eagles, hawks and ospreys.

  • The beach is open from 8 a.m. to Sundown
  • There are 182 parking spaces available, with $8  parking fee
  • A handicapped beach wheelchair is available at this site
  • Restrooms at the beach
  • A concession with beach equipment rental, food & drinks

Naples Pier

The most popular Naples beach access is downtown, where the historic Naples Pier anchors the town to its past. It’s especially well-loved around sunset. The Naples Fishing Piers is one of the best places to watch dolphins and pelicans. The Naples Pier is located at the west end of 12th Ave. South.

  • Open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Parking available in a lot located one block east of the pier and on-street parking is available.
  • Restrooms and outside showers are available
  • Small concession available at the half way point of the pier

Vanderbilt Beach

Surrounded by beautiful homes and upscale hotels, restaurants and shopping .The Vanderbilt Beach is a very popular beach due to its central location and easy access, located at the end of Vanderbilt Beach Rd, across from The Mercato.

  • Open from 8 a.m. to Sundown every day
  • There are 340 parking garage, located just west of the hotel Ritz, with $8 parking fee per day
  • Easy  handicapped accessibility to the beach
  • Bike racks are located close to the beach
  • A concession that offers beach equipment

North Gulfshore Boulevard Beach

The North Gulfshore Beach is located between the condominiums of Seagate and North Gulf Shore Boulevard.

  • The beach is open from 8 a.m. to Sundown
  • With 38 parking spaces, with $6 parking fee
  • No facilities available

Lowdermilk Beach Park

Lowdermilk Park with 1,000 feet of white sand beach pleases families with its playground, volleyball, and duck pond and for sunset lovers a great spot to see once in a while the “green flash”. Lowdermilk Park is located near Fifth Avenue S., Third Street South and Tin City.

  • The beach is open from 8 a.m. to Sundown
  • About 125 metered parking spaces
  • Restrooms and outdoor showers are available at the beach
  • A handicapped beach wheelchair ramp.