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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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Collier-Seminole State Park

20200 E. Tamiami Trl.
Naples, FL 34114

View an actual 'walking dredge' used in the construction of the Tamiami Trail across the Everglades in the late 1920's.  Tour unspoiled nature refuges...

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The mountain bike trail includes a variety of natural habitats. Look for panther or bear tracks on the dirt path.

Naples Water Tours

1000 10th Ave. S.
Naples, FL 34102

Guided boat tours depart from the Charter Club on Naples Bay. Tours by appointment only. Offering swimming and shelling on a secluded beach.

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Dreamlander Tours

750 Palm Point Dr.
Goodland, FL 34140

Small boat tours for dolphin watching, shelling, fishing and exploring the Ten Thousand Islands waters around Marco Island....

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Naples Garden Club

4820 Bayshore Dr., Ste. 101
Naples, FL 34112

Naples Garden Club promotes, encourages, & educates people of the Naples community about the beauty and benefits of our natural environment ...

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Margood Harbor Park

325 Pear Tree Ave.
Goodland, FL 34140

Margood Harbor Park, located on Pear Tree Avenue, is a 2.5 acre regional park that features the Margood History and Community Center, pedestrian walk-...

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