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The natural splendor of Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades is yours to behold.

What earns the area its Paradise Coast nickname are the estuaries, mangroves, cypress swamps, forests and beaches that are home to dolphins, birds, black bears, manatees and other wildlife. The area is home to several nature preserves, including Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve, as well as state, local and private nature parks perfect for bird watching, spotting other wildlife, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, photography, fishing and boating. Feel free to spend time outside whether you're an insect-fearing city slicker, a nature lover or something in between. Boardwalks, nature centers, canoe trails, waterways and swamp hikes present plenty of opportunities for exploration.

 

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Naples Kayak Tours

Isles of Capri Paddling Park
920 Capri Blvd.
Naples, FL 34113

Marco Island is a great place for vacationing and kayaking is a great way to experience Marco … both in the day and the evening!...

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Cross Cruises

Beach pick up at Eagle's Nest
410 Collier Blvd.
Marco Island, FL 34145

Cruise the waters around Marco Island aboard Capt. Hugh Cross's 22-ft....

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Florida Sports Park

8520 Rattlesnake Hammock Rd.
Naples, FL 34114

Florida Sports Park is the home of the world famous Swamp Buggy Races and many other racing, sporting, cultural and social events....

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Wheels Skate & BMX Park

4701 Golden Gate Parkway
Naples, FL 34116

Wheels Skate & BMX Park is an annex of the Golden Gate Community Center, located in the heart of Wheels EntranceGolden Gate Community Center is ho...

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Marco Island Ski & Watersports

400 S. Collier Blvd.
560 S. Collier Blvd.
Marco Island, FL 34145

  SWFL's premier water adventure provider since 1981   •10,000 Islands Guided Waverunner Tours • Waverunner Rentals • Parasailing Adventures • Calusa ...

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