As we are deep into Spring Break season, we thought we’d give you our picks for the top 10 beaches near Naples, FL.
Of course, the best way to get amazing beach time is to live on the beach! If you’re interested in beach or waterfront property, give me a call and let me help you find your dream home! -Larry
10. Sugden Regional Park
This county-maintained, 60 acre-freshwater lake has a public beach with many water activities. The park rents water sports equipment including paddle boats and you can take waterskiing and sailing lessons throughout the year.
food and eat in the picnic area while your kids play on the brand new playground or take a leisurely walk around Avalon Lake.
9. Bonita Beach Park
Located in Bonita Beach, just north of Naples, this beach attracts a sun and fun loving crowd that enjoy water sports rentals, beach volleyball courts and of course, sun bathing on Southwest Florida’s amazing sandy white beaches. There are also picnic areas with tables and grills, a playground and even a burger joint with yummy smelling burgers and fries.
8. South Marco Beach
We’ve gone north of Naples, FL now we’re heading south of Naples to Marco Island. Unlike in Naples, where all beaches are public access, you’ll need to look for these public beaches on Marco Island. This beach in on the southernmost end of Marco Island with a little bit of a walk from the parking lot. But it’s worth it once you see the wide, white sandy beaches with tons of activity – jet-skiing, parasailing, paddle-boarding and so much more! Native plants line the beach barrier to the high rises making for a gorgeous backdrop to your day at the beach.