Naples Park is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Collier County, Florida, United States. The population was 5,967 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Naples–Marco Island Metropolitan Statistical Area.
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
We have come to this beach for over 20 years and have noticed there are considerably less shells than there used to be. But it's still a great beach for shelling, for native wildlife, usually a dolphin sighting, great sunsets. During season get there early or you won't find parking and the beach gets crowded. Bring everything you need, no real amenities.
4.5 based on 148 reviews
You have to go on bonita Beach road and before it turns north to ft. Myers beach you turn left and go a couple miles. It's back in Collier county so it's free if you have a beach sticker. Beautiful beaches and a nice walking trail at the end. The park has one refreshment stand and public bathrooms. One of the best beaches in Florida
4 based on 7 reviews
We enjoyed every minute on the hydro bikes, easy to ride, very stable. You get a bit of exercise while wandering in the channel near Delnar Wiggins State Park. Lots of sun and beautiful views, explore the coves and mangrove trails without getting wet. Lots of fish were jumping all around us, we watched pelicans and herons and other birds dive down right in front of us and saw a big turtle when we beached our bikes on a lovely little patch of sand. Wear sunscreen and enjoy!
5 based on 3 reviews
Naples Beach Adventures is the exclusive concessionaire inside Delnor-Wiggins Pass state park, the number 2 ranked beach in the United States by Dr. Beach in 2014. We offer canoes, stand-up paddle boards, and kayaks. Look for manatees, dolphins, and lots of birds. We also serve up cheeseburgers, hot dogs, deli sandwiches, and other snacks including Blue Bunny ice cream.
We went to delnor-wiggens state park and booked a kayaking tour with Naples Beach Adventures, parking lot #4. it was a wonderful two hour trip through the mangroves. We had a very nice guide, Jeremy Cole, he was a great naturalist, very knowlegable. We explored the natural estuaries of the Cocohatchee River, leading out to the Gulf of Mexico. We saw many types of birds, went very close to an osprey nest! We learned how the Calusa Indians fished and saw their ancient fishing grounds.
Bill West, NY
4 based on 4 reviews
This relatively small park is a lovely place to visit. The vegetation has been restored: exotic invasive species have been removed and replaced by local plants. This means that the natural animal life is also returning. There are information boards that explain clearly what has been done here and what wildlife you might see. The trail is about one mile round and is flat, easy walking but not paved. There is a small parking area and although it is close to the main road once you get in among the trees it's calm and peaceful.
5 based on 421 reviews
ADVANCED RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. The Revs Institute, a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization, is dedicated to the preservation of automotive history. Revs is comprised of an automotive preservation workshop, extensive archives, research library and four thematic galleries featuring The Collier Collection of automobiles. The Revs Institute will be open each week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Tickets must be purchased in advance and can be reserved both online and via phone. Prices are as follows: General admission $17.00; faculty, students and active military $12.00; docent tours which give a more comprehensive look at the collection are available for an additional $8.00. These tours for up to 10 visitors at a time are available four times daily at 10:00 AM, 10:30 AM, 1:00 PM and 1:30 PM. Ticket reservations and inquiries are now available.
Amazing collection of very rare cars. All eras are represented in a unique building. Many are racing cars with unique pedigrees. The docents are enthusiasts themselves and extremely knowledgeable.
There is also an area devoted to rebuilding and renovating rare cars.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
It is nice to have the option of walking under the tropical canopy or riding the tram to the beach. There was so much nature! We saw large crabs, sand dollars, and dolphins. The water was clear and the sky was beautiful.
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5 based on 250 reviews
Holocaust History Museum mainly focused on the years 1933 - 1945; geared for ages 12 - adult; docent-guided tours & audio tours available. Please check the website or call for open hours, as there may be changes for season or for holidays.
I had the honor of being a chaperone for 40 of my granddaughters 8th grade classmates. If you can plan your visit when a guide is available it will be worth it. Stuart was our guide and was excellent as he added a personal side to his narration as both of his parents were survivors of the death camps.
We must always honor the victims murdered during the holocaust and thank god for those that survived and lived to tell their stories and the truth!
4.5 based on 561 reviews
We have visited beaches in Hawaii, Tahiti, the Caribbean, and many more and Fort Myers Beach on Estero Island in Florida is right up there with any of them. Bowditch Point is at the north end of the beach with views of the Gulf of Mexico, Sanibel Island, and Fort Myers. It is a well maintained public beach with picnic areas, restrooms, and shower stalls. The parking area is a good size, but fills up quickly during the "season" (Jan - Apr). Concrete and boarded walk ways lead to the beach through the picnic areas. This is a really nice place to spend the day at the beach and have a picnic.
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