The historic Naples Pier is located on the Gulf of Mexico at the West end of 12th Avenue South. The Naples Pier is a favorite location for sightseers. The Pier features restrooms, showers, a concession stand with covered eating area, and beach supplies.
Beach lovers know not all beaches are created equal. The best beaches are the comfy kind where you can plop down on the sand and stretch out - even without a blankie because the sand is that soft and warm. The kind you'll find in Naples, Florida. It's a beach lover's paradise here, a place where people squeeze every last drop of shine from the sun before calling it a day.
5th Avenue South is an irresistible mix of glamour and laid-back ease. Historic and modern architecture blend together here in eclectic sophistication, while tropical blooms and lush greenery grace the pedestrian-friendly promenades, and each storefront is filled with wonderful finds and delights.
Lowdermilk Park is one of Naples' premier beachfront parks. Our park has parking spaces, a concession stand, sand volleyball courts, two children's playgrounds, picnic tables, benches, restroom and shower facilities, and two gazebos for rent.
Back in the early 30's, winter visitors were coming to Naples to enjoy the sun, the beaches and a small golf course located at the end of Fifth Avenue near the beach. It was in 1932 that Charles "Lucky" Lindbergh landed his plane in that area. Lindbergh and his wife, Ann, had a retreat in Sanibel and would drop in to pick up supplies.
Cambier Park sits on 12.84 acres and was named after William Cambier, a town engineer instrumental in the development of the City of Naples in 1926. This lovely park is located right in the heart of downtown Naples, just South of the prestigious 5th Avenue South. It is also home to the National Champions - Greater Naples Girls Little League.