Naples Pubic Boat Ramps
Boat Launches If you bring a boat to Naples there are public boat ramps to launch for a small fee. Storing a boat in a residential area has many restrictions in ... Collier County - Beach and Boat Parks Beach Parking Information Beach RegulationsNaples Beaches Amenities.html Sea Turtles
Ann Olesky Park 6001 Lake Trafford Rd, Immokalee, 34142 (239) 657-4449*
Ann Olesky ParkAnn Olesky Park is located at the end of Lake Trafford Road in Immokalee, rural Collier County. The lake is known for fantastic fishing opportunities and lake water access.
Olesky Park features a 200-foot pier, boat ramp and access to a 1,500 acre lake, Lake Trafford. In addition to bass, crappie and blue gill, the lake also has an abundant amount of bird wildlife. No swimming is allowed however, because alligators also call Lake Trafford home!
Bayview Park 500 Danford Street, Naples, 34112 (239) 252-4000*
Location: Danford StreetHours: sunrise to sundownPhone: (239) 252-4000
Bayview Park's 4 acres are located at the end of Danford Street off Thomasson Drive. Enjoy the million-dollar views of Naples Bay, a waterway shared by the homes in downtown Naples' Port Royal.
Bayview Park becomes very busy on the weekends, so it is recommended for boaters to arrive early on the weekends.
For more information about water access, call the Parks & Recreation administration at (239) 252-4000.
Caxambas Park 909 Collier Court, Marco Island, 34145 (239) 642-0004Caxambas Park is a beautiful water access point located on upscale Marco Island. This public boat access point includes a 4 acre park, ample parking, concessions for sale from sunscreen to food and allows easy access to the northern Ten Thousand Islands or Gulf of Mexico. A Coast Guard Auxiliary Building on site offers boating and safety classes. You may call (239) 394-5911 for more information about Auxiliary classes. Collier County Parks & Recreation
Cocohatchee River Park (239) 513-7919
Hours: Mon-Sun 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. (July 7 - August 13)Fridays the marina will be open until 6 p.m.Phone: (239) 513-7919
Cocohatchee River Park is a 7 acre property on Vanderbilt Drive located between 111th Avenue (Immokalee Road) and Bonita Beach Road.
The park provides access to the gulf of Mexico through Wiggins Pass. Cocohatchee River Park has more capacity than other boat launches with many parking spaces and four boat launching lanes. A Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla is on-site and offers boating safety classes. Piling
Call the Auxiliary at (239) 566-1777 for more information about those services.
For more information about water access in Collier County, call Parks & Recreation's administration at (239) 252-4000.
Collier Boulevard Boat Ramp 3620 Collier Blvd., Naples,
Collier Blvd. north of MarcoHours: Sunrise to SundownPhone: (239) 252-4000
The public water access point located on Collier Boulevard just north of the Marco Island bridge is one of the most popular in Collier County. The access has ample boating parking, but does tend to become crowded during season (Jan - April). Parks & Recreation recommends arriving early during season.
Collier Boulevard Boating ParkThe Collier Boulevard Boating Park is located on the East side of Collier Boulevard and has two ramps for launching water vessels.
The park does not sell fuel, but is one of the most popular boat launch access points because of its easy access to Marco Island and the Snook Inn restaurant, which boaters love to frequent.
Directions from Airport Rd. & U.S. 41:Take U.S. 41 East to Collier Boulevard and take a right; Collier Boulevard Boating Park is just a couple of miles up on the East side of Collier Boulevard (just before the Marco Bridge).
Collier Boulevard Boating Park For more information about public boat ramps call Parks & Recreation's Administration at (239) 252-4000.
Golden Gate Boat Ramp 3300 Santa Barbara Blvd., Naples, 34116 (239) 252-6128*
Golden Gate Communtiy Park includes a vast fitness center and wonderful Aquatics Facility.
Golden Gate Community Park includes:Golden Gate Community Map
2 lit softball fields 1 lit little league field 1 lit baseball field 1 lit soccer/football field 4 lit tennis and racquetball courts lit basketball courts shuffleboard courts bocce court playground paved fitness trail boat ramp
Goodland Boat Ramp 740 Palm Dr., Goodland, 34140 239-252-4060*
Easy boat access to the Ten Thousand Islands and some of the most beautiful backcountry and Gulf waters in Southwest. Florida. The Goodland Boating Park is a 5.22 acre Collier County park that includes the following: 75 boat trailer parking spaces and 16 regular vehicle spaces; two land boating landing ramp; 22 wet boat slips; fish cleaning statio; Dock Master station with convenience store, restroom facilities and meeting room; covered picnic pavilion, bike racks and paver sidewalks. Boat launch fees are $8 per launch or $75 for an annual, noncommercial boat launch pass.
Mar-Good Harbor Park(Undeveloped) 321 Pear Tree Avenue, Goodland, 34140 (239) 252-4000* (Undeveloped)
Port of the Islands Marina 525 Newport Dr, Naples, 34114 (239) 642-3133
The Port of the Islands Marina is a boater's paradise with direct access not only to the Gulf of Mexico, but also to the Ten Thousand Islands, the famed backwaters of the Everglades. It is now one of the largest and nicest liveaboard marinas in the state of Florida.
The Marina is a full service state of the art liveaboard marina with a multitude of amenities including but not limited to: Boat Slip Rentals & Leasing, Upland Dry Storage Rentals, Boat Launch Ramp, Live Shrimp and Pin Fish, Fishing Charter Services, Boat & Houseboat Rentals, Manatee & Eco Tours, Everglades Kayak Tours, and much much more.
Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park Gulfshore Dr.
Naples, FloridaBoat Ramps: 1Ramp Fee: YesParking Spaces : 26Rest Room: YesHours Daylight Comments: 8AM-sunset. Canoe / kayak rentals available. Handicap parking, restroom & ramp access.Getting there: Heading west on Immokalee Road in Naples, the road turns into 111th Avenue, then Bluebill Ave. Continue to the park entrance.Parking: $6 per vehicle (2-8 people), $4 per single occupant vehicle and $2 for pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers and passengers in vehicle with an Annual Individual Entrance Pass.Facilities: There are restrooms, showers, picnic tables and beach equipment rentals.Hours: 8 a.m. - sunsetOther details: There is snorkeling, barbecue areas, an observation tower at parking lot #5, a boat ramp, boardwalks, fishing, and pets are permitted in certain areas with a leash.One of the most popular seaside destinations in Naples, the mile-long stretch of white sugar sand at Delnor-Wiggins has been rated one of the best beaches in the nation. The 166-acre park is a tropical paradise for beach lovers, boaters and divers. The beach is a popular spot to sunbathe, swim, beachcomb, snorkel and picnic. At the beach along Wiggins Pass, where swimming is not allowed, fishing is a popular activity.Boaters can launch their vessels into Water Turkey Bay and travel to the Gulf or up the Cocohatchee River for both saltwater and freshwater fishing. Kayakers can enjoy paddling through estuaries and scuba divers can explore the hard bottom reef in the Gulf. At the north end of the island, a tower gives visitors a bird's-eye view of Wiggins Pass and the surrounding coastal habitat.
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