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2. Collier County Museum
3301 Tamiami Trail East
Naples, Florida 34104
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Admission Charged
Established in 1978, the Collier County Museum preserves and interprets the history, archaeology and development of Southwest Floridaís last frontier. The Museumís five acre historical park at the Collier County Government Center in Naples, offer a full range of
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2. Naples Museum of Art
5833 Pelican Bay Blvd.
Naples, Florida 34108
(239) 597-1111
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Admission Charged
See a variety of artworks at the museum.

3. Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary
375 Sanctuary Road West
Naples, Florida 34120
941-348-9151
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Admission Charged
A 2.25-mile raised boardwalk takes visitors through four distinct environments: pine upland, a wet prairie, a cypress forest, and a marsh. Interpretive signs along the boardwalk and a field guide and Children's Activity Book available at the admissions desk in the Blair Center allow each visitor to take the self-guided tour. Benches and rain shelters are along the trail. For those who do not wish to walk the full 2.25 miles, an optional trail shortens the walk to one mile. Volunteer naturalists are usually on the boardwalk to answer questions. Allow about 2-3 hours
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4. Naples Botanical Garden
4820 Bayshore Drive
Naples, Florida 34112
239-643-7275
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Admission Charged
Naples Botanical Garden is in the midst of developing a fully accredited living museum on its 160 acre site located minutes from Downtown Naples. The mission of Naples Botanical Garden is connecting people and plants, the campus will be a center for natural science, plant collections, art, science, history exhibitions and education.

5. Barefoot Beach County Park
Bonita Beach Road
Naples, Florida
239-353-0404
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Admission Free
The park is comprised of 342 acres on a barrier island. It is separated from the mainland by tidal creeks and mangrove swamps. The mangrove area is extremely important as it provides a breeding area and nursery for sport and commercial fish and shellfish.

6. Clam Pass Beach Park
410 Seagate Drive
Naples, Florida 34103
239-353-0404
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Admission Free
The Park consists of 35 acres of mangrove forest, coastal dunes and 3200 linear feet of beach on the Gulf of Mexico. There is a boardwalk that provides access to the beach through a mangrove forest. The boardwalk is about three quarters of a mile long and can be walked or visitors can ride along it on a free tram that runs continuously throughout the day. Should you decide to stroll down the boardwalk, you will see three species of mangrove trees, red, black and white. .The park has lifeguards, refreshments, restrooms, picnic tables, an observation tower, and facilities for the physically challenged. Canoes. kayaks, windsurfers and snorkeling gear are available to rent.

7. Delnor Wiggins Pass State Recreation Area
11100 Gulfshore Drive
Naples, Florida 34108
239-597-6196
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Admission Free
Ranked one of the Top 20 Beaches of America. Separated by the mainland by mangrove swamps and tidal creeks, this recreation area is located on a narrow barrier island off Floridaís southwest coast. A pass on the north end of the island is a natural outlet for the Cocohatchee River. The park offers Gulf-front swimming, fishing, picnicking and a boat ramp in a lush setting of sea oats, sea grapes, cabbage palms and mangroves. Facilities for the physically challenged and concession stand are also available.

8. Naples Municipal Beach & Fishing Pier (Naples Pier)
25 12th Avenue South
Naples, Florida 34102
239-434-4696

Admission Free
Built in 1888 as a freight and passenger dock, The Naples Pier stands as a community landmark. Narrow gauge train rails spanning the length of the pier transported freight and baggage in the early 1900's. Part of the structure as well as the post office located on the pier was razed by fire in 1922. Rebuilt after damage by hurricanes in 1910, 1926 and 1960, it remains a public symbol of the area's history.

   

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