Barefoot Beach Preserve County Park

505 Barefoot Beach Blvd
Bonita Springs, FL 34134

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Named one of America's Top Ten Beaches by Dr. Beach, Barefoot Beach Preserve in North Naples comprises 342 acres of natural land, one of the last undeveloped barrier islands on Florida's southwest coast. It's home to numerous animal species, including the land-dwelling gopher tortoise and a variety of sea turtles that nest on the beach. The park includes a mile-long boardwalk nature trail, estuary waters for canoe tours and a long stretch of natural beach. Visitors to the park can also take in views of the prime beachfront real estate along the drive to the beach's three designated parking areas.

Barefoot Beach Preserve Amenities

Restroom facilities and showers are available, and there is a concessions area with rental beach equipment and food and drinks for purchase.  A pavilion is on site for picnics and nature programs. Handicapped beach wheelchairs are also available.

Barefoot Beach Preserve Parking

There are three designated parking lots within Barefoot Beach Preserve County Park. Another beach access, located just off Bonita Beach Road and Lely Barefoot Boulevard, offers 96 parking spaces with direct access to the beach. Picnic pavilions and a restroom are available at this access point. Parking fees in all parking areas is $8 without a beach parking permit.

Near Barefoot Beach Preserve

Coconut Jack's Waterfront Grille – 1.3 miles

Royal Scoop Homemade Ice Cream – 3.1 miles

Publix Super Market – 3.3 miles

Pinchers – 4.1 miles

Details & Amenities

Disabled Traveler Information

ADA Compliant

Facility Amenities

Bus Parking
Concessions
Parking
Picnic Area

General Information

Open Year-Round

Guest Information

Family Friendly

Information/Services Provided

Maps Available

Tour Information

Guided Tours
Self-Guided tours

Type

City/County Park
Hiking/Nature Trails
Nature Interpretive Center
Nature-Based Attraction
Protected Species Habitat
Sightseeing Tours

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Named one of America's Top Ten Beaches by Dr. Beach. Numerous animal species reside in this natural setting including the land-dwelling gopher tortoise and a variety of sea turtles that nest on the beach. Visitors are able to enjoy the ambience of the park's quiet, pristine surroundings. The park includes nature trails, estuary waters for canoe tours and a long stretch of natural beach. Restroom facilities and showers are available and there is a concession with rental beach equipment and food and drinks for purchase. There is a pavilion for nature programs.