The Paradise Coast – Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades – is one of the last truly wild places in Florida. Visitors encounter nature like no other place along with a commitment to preserving the native wildlife habitats and environment that earn the area its reputation as Florida’s Last Paradise.
A great way to enhance your vacation to Florida's Paradise Coast is to get involved. We value your strong commitment to the green lifestyle and your knowledge, talents, skills and dedication can h... Read More >If you want to turn your concern and compassion into action, contact one of our many local eco-conscious organizations to show your support through membership or active participation and get involved ... Read More >Are you interested in transferring your concern for the environment into action? Then volunteer on the Paradise Coast, where your help is valued greatly. All you need is a great attitude and a commitm... Read More >
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Paradise Coast Artificial ReefThe Reef Project funded entirely through grants and private donors, with no taxpayer funds, will have major impacts on Collier County’s ecology and economy. The recreational ecosystem will include 36 artificial reefs, creating marine life habitats, increasing fish populations, and impacting the local fishing industryParadise Coast Artificial ReefThe Reef Project funded entirely through grants and private donors, with no taxpayer funds, will have major impacts on Collier County’s ecology and economy. The recreational ecosystem will include 36 artificial reefs, creating marine life habitats, increasing fish populations, and impacting the local fishing industryNaples Botanical GardensParadise: A place of bliss. A region of supreme delight. A state of happiness. Naples Botanical Garden is creating a world class paradise that combines delightful cultivated tropical gardens with beautifully restored natural habitats. The Garden connects people and plants through display, education, conservation and science. It will be a community gathering place and an exceptional venue for exploring our natural world as well as enjoying special events, traveling exhibitions and performances.Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research ReserveFor more about WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO DO & WHERE TO DINE visit www.ParadiseCoast.TV Rookery Bay Reserve protects 110,000 acres of coastal lands and waters at the northern end of the Ten Thousand Islands on the gulf coast of Florida, Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve represents one of the few remaining undisturbed mangrove estuaries in North America. WHERE TO GO: Children's Museum of Naples https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MhKg6bWvBk WHAT TO DO: John R. Wood https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_XJAITUznM WHERE TO DINE: Fish Restaurant https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsOR9P2DXgo