Naples Beaches

The beaches of Collier County and the City of Naples are some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

The cost at some of the beach and boat launch locations is $4 per vehicle, per day. Some location have an advanced payment station that allow cash or credit cards. Other locations require coin insertion for extended parking time (.25 for 10 minutes or $1.50 per hour.) make sure to bring lots of quarters.


When you are preparing to leave the beach, and are gathering up all your belongings, please do not leave your trash behind. There are plenty of trash disposal containers located at every beach to accommodate you. The simple act of disposing your trash properly can go a long way towards protecting the fine beaches of Naples, Florida.

Naples, Florida beaches do not permit glass containers, the consumption of alcoholic beverages, pets, bicycles, motorized vehicles or scooters, and littering. The City and County do have beach patrol officers monitoring the Naples, Florida beaches, and they will ticket you for violation of these rules.

Lowdermilk Beach & Park Pavilion - 1.5 miles

1301 Gulf Shore Blvd N
Naples, FL 34102

Parking station accepts cash & credit, bathrooms, outdoor showers, sand volleyball, covered pavilion with snack bar, pic-nic tables, playground for kids, large parking lot, and bicycle parking

 Beach Hours: 8am - Sunset


Clam Pass State Park & Beach - 3.5 miles

410 Seagate Drive
Naples, Florida 34103

There is a boardwalk, which provides access to the beach through a mangrove forest. Restrooms available, concession stand offers beach equipment rental, food and drinks. A handicapped beach wheelchair is available at this site.

Parking Fee: $8 Beach Hours: 8am - Sunset


Naples Beach & Fishing Pier - 3.7 miles

25 12th Avenue South
Naples, Florida 34102

Metered parking, restrooms available, concession stand offers food and drinks. Beach Hours: 8am - Sunset

HISTORY: The Naples Pier stands as a community landmark. Narrow gauge train rails spanning the length of the pier transported freight and baggage in the early 1900's. Part of the structure as well as the post office located on the pier was razed by fire in 1922. Rebuilt after damage by hurricanes in 1910, 1926 and 1960, it remains a public symbol of the area's history.

Vanderbilt Beach - 7 miles

280 Vanderbilt Beach Road
Naples, Florida 34102

There is a parking garage as well as metered street parking, handicap accessibility to the beach, restrooms, and outdoor showers, and bicycle racks are located close to the beach.

 Parking Fee: $6 Beach Hours: 8am - Sunset


Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park - 9 miles

11135 Gulfshore Dr
Naples, FL 34108

A variety of recreational activities are offered, five parking lots with a system of connecting trails and boardwalks are available. Picnic tables, grills and bicycle racks are provided as well as bathhouses with changing stalls and out-door showers. There is a boat ramp available for public use.
Snorkeling is permitted along the beach. There is a hard bottom reef, which runs parallel to the beach where scuba diving and snorkeling is permitted. The closest area to the reef is area 2. Guided tours are given on Wednsday's during turtle season and Friday's most of the rest of the year. Please call the Ranger Station for more information 239.597.6196

Park Hours: 8am - Sunset. Admission Fee: $6 per vehicle, $2  for pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers.