Where: Naples, Florida. You can take Delnor -Wiiggins Road or even take Vanderbilt and come up that way.
Opens: 8am most days with an entrance fee at about $5. It closes by sunset
There are five parking areas along the ocean as well as a boating area. IF , you do not want to park there, and would prefer there is a parking area for the public before the foot of the bridge on Delnor -Wiggins that you may use. It is a brief 5 min. walk to where the park begins. Notice the parking restrictions there for hours.
Along the parking areas are restrooms, picnic tables, boarded walk paths to the beach (very short, makes it easy) , shower (outdoor)/foot rinse, and at area #4 is a rental for beach chairs, etc.
Access #5 is the easiest one to take if you are going to the point to try for a Pompano. Make sure you have any licenses you need for that.
I love this beach. It is clean, quiet, with occasional joggers, walkers, shell hunters. The rangers/staff are very helpful and friendly! It is a place for friends, families, solo shell hunters-the perfect place to push the pause button. Although this is a narrower beach as far as width is concerned it never fails to make the list as a "go to..." when I have the chance to be there.
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