Paradise Coast Beach

Florida’s Paradise Coast is Open

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Here's What to Expect When You Visit Florida's Paradise Coast

We know you are eager to travel, and we also understand that the safety of your family and friends is your most important consideration. You can rest assured our resorts, hotels, restaurants, and attractions are following safety protocols.

Businesses, health experts and local governments are working together to ensure your health and safety while visiting Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades. Below, you’ll find trusted, up-to-date information about area attractions, hotels, restaurants and more, including details about the vigorous standards being used to protect you. The destination is operating under guidance provided by the State of Florida and Collier County, Florida, and we encourage all residents and visitors follow CDC travel recommendations. Businesses across Florida’s Paradise Coast have taken the Paradise Pledge as their commitment to make your health their No. 1 priority, by exceeding cleaning and sanitizing protocols.

Paradise Pledge: to keep you healthy and safe
 Rest assured that businesses across the area are indeed open and committed to your health and safety. Here's more info about visitor health and safety on Florida's Paradise Coast.


Vaccinations & Travel to the United States

All non-immigrant, non-U.S. citizen air travelers to the United States are required to be fully vaccinated and to provide proof of vaccination status prior to boarding an airplane to the United States.


Our white-sand beaches are open to the public, including amenities like bathrooms, showers and concessions.


Area attractions are open and adhering to the State of Florida and Collier County guidelines pertaining to the wearing of masks and social distancing. Learn more about our open attractions and how to explore them safely.

Outdoor Sports & Recreation

Collier County public parks and trails are open, providing excellent opportunities to have fun and enjoy the Paradise Coast’s great weather. Additionally, state parks and national in Florida are open, including local state parks such as Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park, and Everglades National Park. Paradise Coast Sports Complex, North Collier Regional Parks and all Collier County Parks and Recreation facilities are open. Local golf courses are open, yet you are encouraged to check with your favorite course for their current hours of operation and any enhanced protocols in place.


Despite the county no longer mandating masks, individual business establishments may continue to establish their own COVID-19 protocols for the health and safety of their customers and employees. We encourage visitors to respect and oblige these posted requests. Learn more about shopping on Florida's Paradise Coast.

Restaurants & Nightlife

Restaurants, bars, cafes, pubs and clubs across the state of Florida, including Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades, are allowed to operate at full capacity.


Accommodations for every budget are open Florida’s Paradise Coast and keeping your health and safety top of mind with robust cleanliness procedures that go above and beyond current CDC guidelines. Enhanced health and safety protocols being employed by Paradise Coast hoteliers across the destination. We encourage you to check hotel websites to learn of the enhanced efforts being applied for your safety.


All modes of transportation are open in Collier County and throughout Florida, including air travel at Southwest Florida International Airport and Naples Airport, rental cars, taxis, ride-share services, buses and trolleys. Get complete travel details from the CDC. 

Public-transportation provider Collier Area Transit (CAT) and offering touch-free fare cards for your safety and convenience.

For additional operational information from transportation providers, including details about enhanced cleaning and safety measures, reference the links below:

All Florida highways are open, and toll transponders such as E-Pass and SunPass are being accepted.