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Parcs et nature à North Naples

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Parc
“Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park was named No. 9 on the Top Ten USA Beaches list and is located on a 199-acre barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico. It also features more than a mile of unspoiled beach. Enjoy fishing, sunbathing, shelling, birding, picnicking, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving on the natural hard bottom reef just offshore. Resident eagles, ospreys, owls, and other woodland species make room every fall for the migratory shore birds along the beach and in the natural hammock at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. Watch for dolphins in the Gulf near the beach and in Wiggins Pass. Bring your binoculars and cameras; there will be plenty of opportunities to use both. Guided tours and interpretive programs occur on a regular basis by experienced rangers and volunteers (event calendar is available when you enter the park). There are amenities to be had at Delnor-Wiggins Pass Park, but they are not available in all parking lot areas (there are five lots total). In parking Lot #4 you will find most of the unique amenities including food/beverages and rentals that include paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, umbrellas and beach chairs. In parking Lot #5 you will find a pavilion with BBQ Charcoal Grills (the pavilion is available to rent for parties but they will let you enjoy it if not reserved at no cost), an observation tower that you can climb for a birds-eye-view and you can walk to the mouth of where the Cocohatchee River meets the Gulf of Mexico. The hard-bottom reef that runs parallel to the beach is near Lots #1 and #2 and is in about 8 or 10 feet of water. All through-out this park (and at all lot numbers) you will find little "oasis’s" under palm trees with shady cover, picnic benches and small charcoal grills. Lastly, not all parking lots have restrooms so if you need the reassurance of a convenient walking distance to a restroom, keep close to Lot #4. What makes this beach park different than most beach areas in Naples is that it is a state park. All other parks are managed by the City of Naples and the County. Where you see the difference is in the parking system. It's $6.00 cash for parking that is collected when you enter the park. They will stop cars from entering the park if parking becomes full, which can happen during the in-season months. They have an electronic sign outside of the park informing visitors ahead of time when parking is not available. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is located 15 miles from the Hibiscus Hideaway and can take up to 30 minutes to drive. This park offers a lot of activities and a breath-taking natural beach environment but get there before 10:00 AM in-season to make sure you can enjoy all it has to offer. ”
  • 31 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Clam Pass Park is a beautiful beach access point in North Naples and boasts 35 acres of coastal habitat with beach access from a three-quarter-mile boardwalk to the sandy beach. This beach park has the feel of a 5 stars hotel, and the relaxed atmosphere of a public beach. The boardwalk threads its way through a mangrove area and over water estuaries so you can see these habitats up-close before reaching the sugar white sands and crystal blue waters of the beach. There is a complimentary tram that takes you from the parking lot down the three-quarter-mile boardwalk so it's easy to get there with all your beach gear. It's been our experience that the tram runs every 10-15 minutes (although they don't make any guarantees on this but that has been our "local" experience). The tram drivers can also offer guests information about what they are seeing to-and-from the beach. If you choose to walk the boardwalk to the beach area, it takes an average of 10-15 minutes at a leisurely pace to walk the three-quarter mile. One of the advantages of Clam Pass Park is the amenities available and that you can almost always get parking, even in-season, at any time. There is the free tram (which we mentioned) but also restrooms, showers, water fountain, a beachside casual eatery (run by the Naples Regency Resort), beach chair rentals, beach umbrella rentals, paddle board rentals, kayak rentals and plenty of room to spread-out. In addition, it has over 160 parking spaces with a flat fee of $8.00 for as long as you want to stay for the day (there is a beach parking meter that is credit cards only, you put your receipt in your windshield to avoid getting ticketed). So if you are looking for a place to spend the day on the beach with a lot of activities to enjoy, this is one of our recommended spots. Clam Pass Park is located at Seagate Drive in Naples and is 9.9 miles from the Hibiscus Hideaway. It can take up to 21 minutes to drive during peak season but offers a lot for the added drive. ”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“This is a pristine and more private beach located down a long and secluded road. You will travel thru a luxurious upscale coastal neighborhood only to find one of the most beautiful beaches in the area at the end! Pack a lunch, as there are no concession options, just lots of nature!”
  • 29 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Free tram to the beach Restaurant Restrooms Solar beach parking meter (credit cards only) Parking booth attendant Bike racks Foot shower Life jacket loaner program Beach wheelchair CAT bus stop 35 acres $8 beach parking fee without Collier County Resident Beach Parking Permit Family Friendly No dogs permitted”
  • 8 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Vanderbilt is a beautiful beach in North Naples, with white sugar sand. There is a drop off point to unload your beach gear and paid parking on Vanderbilt Beach Rd, just next to The Ritz Hotel.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Great public park for Tennis, Pickle Ball, sports fields, playgrounds, etc. ”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“This park is in walking or biking distance from us. There is a bike/walking path all the way to the park. In the park there is walking paths, but the kids will want to play in the nice play area. ”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent

Terrains de jeux

Parc
“This park is in walking or biking distance from us. There is a bike/walking path all the way to the park. In the park there is walking paths, but the kids will want to play in the nice play area. ”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent

Plages

Beach
“Beautiful beach with chair and umbrella rentals, walking distance from restaurants, and white sugar sand. ”
  • 46 personnes du coin recommandent
Parc
“Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park was named No. 9 on the Top Ten USA Beaches list and is located on a 199-acre barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico. It also features more than a mile of unspoiled beach. Enjoy fishing, sunbathing, shelling, birding, picnicking, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving on the natural hard bottom reef just offshore. Resident eagles, ospreys, owls, and other woodland species make room every fall for the migratory shore birds along the beach and in the natural hammock at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. Watch for dolphins in the Gulf near the beach and in Wiggins Pass. Bring your binoculars and cameras; there will be plenty of opportunities to use both. Guided tours and interpretive programs occur on a regular basis by experienced rangers and volunteers (event calendar is available when you enter the park). There are amenities to be had at Delnor-Wiggins Pass Park, but they are not available in all parking lot areas (there are five lots total). In parking Lot #4 you will find most of the unique amenities including food/beverages and rentals that include paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, umbrellas and beach chairs. In parking Lot #5 you will find a pavilion with BBQ Charcoal Grills (the pavilion is available to rent for parties but they will let you enjoy it if not reserved at no cost), an observation tower that you can climb for a birds-eye-view and you can walk to the mouth of where the Cocohatchee River meets the Gulf of Mexico. The hard-bottom reef that runs parallel to the beach is near Lots #1 and #2 and is in about 8 or 10 feet of water. All through-out this park (and at all lot numbers) you will find little "oasis’s" under palm trees with shady cover, picnic benches and small charcoal grills. Lastly, not all parking lots have restrooms so if you need the reassurance of a convenient walking distance to a restroom, keep close to Lot #4. What makes this beach park different than most beach areas in Naples is that it is a state park. All other parks are managed by the City of Naples and the County. Where you see the difference is in the parking system. It's $6.00 cash for parking that is collected when you enter the park. They will stop cars from entering the park if parking becomes full, which can happen during the in-season months. They have an electronic sign outside of the park informing visitors ahead of time when parking is not available. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is located 15 miles from the Hibiscus Hideaway and can take up to 30 minutes to drive. This park offers a lot of activities and a breath-taking natural beach environment but get there before 10:00 AM in-season to make sure you can enjoy all it has to offer. ”
  • 31 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Unique ecosystem! Wonderful vegetation, tortoises and nice facilities. State park!”
  • 29 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Clam Pass Park is a beautiful beach access point in North Naples and boasts 35 acres of coastal habitat with beach access from a three-quarter-mile boardwalk to the sandy beach. This beach park has the feel of a 5 stars hotel, and the relaxed atmosphere of a public beach. The boardwalk threads its way through a mangrove area and over water estuaries so you can see these habitats up-close before reaching the sugar white sands and crystal blue waters of the beach. There is a complimentary tram that takes you from the parking lot down the three-quarter-mile boardwalk so it's easy to get there with all your beach gear. It's been our experience that the tram runs every 10-15 minutes (although they don't make any guarantees on this but that has been our "local" experience). The tram drivers can also offer guests information about what they are seeing to-and-from the beach. If you choose to walk the boardwalk to the beach area, it takes an average of 10-15 minutes at a leisurely pace to walk the three-quarter mile. One of the advantages of Clam Pass Park is the amenities available and that you can almost always get parking, even in-season, at any time. There is the free tram (which we mentioned) but also restrooms, showers, water fountain, a beachside casual eatery (run by the Naples Regency Resort), beach chair rentals, beach umbrella rentals, paddle board rentals, kayak rentals and plenty of room to spread-out. In addition, it has over 160 parking spaces with a flat fee of $8.00 for as long as you want to stay for the day (there is a beach parking meter that is credit cards only, you put your receipt in your windshield to avoid getting ticketed). So if you are looking for a place to spend the day on the beach with a lot of activities to enjoy, this is one of our recommended spots. Clam Pass Park is located at Seagate Drive in Naples and is 9.9 miles from the Hibiscus Hideaway. It can take up to 21 minutes to drive during peak season but offers a lot for the added drive. ”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Free tram to the beach Restaurant Restrooms Solar beach parking meter (credit cards only) Parking booth attendant Bike racks Foot shower Life jacket loaner program Beach wheelchair CAT bus stop 35 acres $8 beach parking fee without Collier County Resident Beach Parking Permit Family Friendly No dogs permitted”
  • 8 personnes du coin recommandent

Sentiers de randonnée

Beach
“Clam Pass Park is a beautiful beach access point in North Naples and boasts 35 acres of coastal habitat with beach access from a three-quarter-mile boardwalk to the sandy beach. This beach park has the feel of a 5 stars hotel, and the relaxed atmosphere of a public beach. The boardwalk threads its way through a mangrove area and over water estuaries so you can see these habitats up-close before reaching the sugar white sands and crystal blue waters of the beach. There is a complimentary tram that takes you from the parking lot down the three-quarter-mile boardwalk so it's easy to get there with all your beach gear. It's been our experience that the tram runs every 10-15 minutes (although they don't make any guarantees on this but that has been our "local" experience). The tram drivers can also offer guests information about what they are seeing to-and-from the beach. If you choose to walk the boardwalk to the beach area, it takes an average of 10-15 minutes at a leisurely pace to walk the three-quarter mile. One of the advantages of Clam Pass Park is the amenities available and that you can almost always get parking, even in-season, at any time. There is the free tram (which we mentioned) but also restrooms, showers, water fountain, a beachside casual eatery (run by the Naples Regency Resort), beach chair rentals, beach umbrella rentals, paddle board rentals, kayak rentals and plenty of room to spread-out. In addition, it has over 160 parking spaces with a flat fee of $8.00 for as long as you want to stay for the day (there is a beach parking meter that is credit cards only, you put your receipt in your windshield to avoid getting ticketed). So if you are looking for a place to spend the day on the beach with a lot of activities to enjoy, this is one of our recommended spots. Clam Pass Park is located at Seagate Drive in Naples and is 9.9 miles from the Hibiscus Hideaway. It can take up to 21 minutes to drive during peak season but offers a lot for the added drive. ”
  • 23 personnes du coin recommandent
Beach
“Free tram to the beach Restaurant Restrooms Solar beach parking meter (credit cards only) Parking booth attendant Bike racks Foot shower Life jacket loaner program Beach wheelchair CAT bus stop 35 acres $8 beach parking fee without Collier County Resident Beach Parking Permit Family Friendly No dogs permitted”
  • 8 personnes du coin recommandent
Trail
“Clam Pass Park is a gorgeous, family-friendly beach with soft white sand, calm waters, and is one of the most popular beach access points in the Naples, Florida area.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
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