Naples, Florida

An Adult Playground

Naples, Florida, is a laid-back luxury destination for sunshine, shopping, and golf on the beautiful white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico.

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Naples has an abundance of style, ambiance, and luxury accommodations that cater to the discerning traveler as well as nearly as many coconut palm trees as Key West. Arguably, Naples is a strong contender for one of the most relaxing and romantic beach destinations in the United States. Families with kids or those looking to find the next beach party will probably want to find another beach.

 

Although the area is overdeveloped, the beaches are well cared for and remarkably preserved. Here you’ll find lots of tropical foliage framing the beaches, making Naples the most tropical-looking beach on the Gulf Coast of Florida.

Clam Pass Park

Clam Pass was voted as one of the top 20 beaches in the United States. You'll find 35 acres of mangrove forest and 3200 feet of pristine beach along the Gulf of Mexico. Restrooms, beach rentals, and food are available. Read more...

Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park

This tropical beach paradise beckons visitors to sunbathe, snorkel the reef, hike, bird-watch, fish, picnic, and search for seashells and take in the beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico. Rent paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, umbrellas, and beach chairs from concessions in parking lot #4. Read more...

Lowdermilk Beach Park

Lowdermilk Park is one of Naples' premier beachfront parks. There is a concession stand, sand volleyball courts, two children's playgrounds, picnic tables, benches, restroom and shower facilities, and two gazebos for rent. Arrive early if you want a place to park.

There are several beaches in the area which include Delnor Wiggins State Park, Vanderbilt Beach, Clam Pass County Park, Park Shore beaches, Lowdermilk Park Public Beach, and street-end beach accesses north and south of the pier.

 

From Lowdermilk Park Beach, you are literally walking distance to downtown Naples where you’ll find upscale shopping and high-end restaurants. You can enjoy yourself on the beach, then walk a few steps to downtown for a break from the sun or catch a bite of lunch.

 

The weather in Naples is warmer than most of Florida during the cooler months. It’s a very pleasant place to vacation. The average summer temps get to about 76°F with the cooler temps falling to an average of 53°F. In the summer months, the average water temperature is between 84°F and 86°F depending on the month you visit.

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