City of Naples

Naples Pier
Naples, FL 34102

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Admission: Free

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The fireworks will be held on Monday, July 4, 2022, beginning at 9:00pm from a barge just north of the Naples Pier. The Naples Pier will be closed at 6:30   p.m. to permit first responders (Fire, Police, EMS) to establish their posts for the fireworks display. The Naples Pier will reopen at 11 p.m.

Parking is limited and first-come first-serve. Parking allowed in designated parking spaces only. There will be no parking allowed on either side of Gulf Shore Boulevard between 20th Avenue South and 8th Avenue North / South Golf Drive. Violators will be cited and towed.Parking time limits will be enforced. All parking areas have signs to assist visitors in understanding the parking rules.All unmetered parking spaces require a beach parking permit.There are twenty-four (24) beach ends reserved for City of Naples and Collier County beach parking permit holders only. Non-resident parking is prohibited at these locations.All metered parking spaces require payment or beach parking permit.No littering.No glass, animals, or fires allowed on the beach.No parking of trailers, trucks, recreational vehicles or buses within one block of the beach.Violators will be towed.Trash - It is anticipated large crowds will be on our beaches to enjoy the fireworks. We ask all beach-goers to put trash in the receptacles or take back what you bring. Littering is a violation of the City's code and subject to a fine.Please note that City Ordinance 24-202 prohibits the possession or use of any fireworks, including sparklers and sky lanterns, on the beaches of the city, in the public parks of the city, on the city fishing pier and parking area or on the beach access or street end rights-of-way west of Gulf Shore Boulevard in the city. Violators will have their fireworks confiscated and face a fine of $115.