Relax in our calming waters.
The Paradise Coast is famous for its sugar-white sand beaches that stretch from Barefoot Beach Preserve
at the northern tip of Collier County, through the city of Naples, along the four miles of Marco Island's crescent shoreline and into the deserted Ten Thousand Islands
region of the Everglades.
Our beach parks range from those with full facilities to simple access points perfect for long beach walks on deserted sands. Numerous beach access points in downtown Naples, as well as Tigertail Beach Park
on Marco Island, are perfect for visitors staying at nearby off-beach hotels. Beachfront resorts in Naples and on Marco Island provide easy access to the Gulf of Mexico. You'll find beautiful surroundings, warm sands and spectacular sunsets no
Stroll along our soft sands.
matter where you choose to lose your shoes and dip your toes in the sand.
In addition to the allure of our beautiful beaches, you'll find numerous public parks that showcase the unspoiled natural environment that surrounds us here in Florida's Last Paradise.Everglades National Park
and Big Cypress National Preserve
are two of our most famous, but we also have many state, local and private parks and preserves perfect for viewing birds and other wildlife and enjoying outstanding outdoor recreation, including nature photography, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking and boating.
Visitors to the area may purchase a Collier County beach parking sticker
for $50 that is good for one year from the date of purchase.