Address: 465 Seagate Drive, Naples FL 34103
Hours: Open Daily from 8am to 7pm, 7 days a week
Location: Naples, Florida
Parking: Complimentary Guest Parking
Directions: Located in between Pelican Bay and Seagate along the beach shores of Naples, Florida.
Official Website: Clam Pass Beach Park
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Take a fantastic stroll on the boardwalk through beautiful mangroves to reach a splendid white sand beach. Clam Pass Park in North Naples is a lovely beach access point excellent for family beach days, fishing, or paddling in the calm waters of Clam Pass. The park protects 35 acres of coastal habitat by giving the beaches access via a three-quarter mile boardwalk through the a mangrove forest to a sandy beach. Clam Pass Beach Park is hidden behind Naples Grande Beach Resort. Few people outside of Naples are aware of this hidden beach, which appears to be a wealthy resort's private beach. It is, nevertheless, a Collier County parl. Clam Pass Park is a gorgeous beach in Naples Florida, with soft white sand and a gorgeous view of the Gulf of Mexico. The park also has great amenities, including showers and restrooms, picnic tables, and volleyball courts. The is open from sunrise to sunset year-round, so you can make Clam Pass Park your home away from home any time of year.
The park itself is pretty big: it covers almost 35 acres. Even though it's big, it still feels secluded and private because there are so many trees along the shoreline that block out any other people or buildings around you. If you want a little more room that just your blanket on the beach though, there are picnic tables where you can set up camp with friends or family members who want to spend some quality time together outdoors without having to worry about crowds getting in their way. Imagine a place where you can walk barefoot in the sand and feel the cool water wash over your toes. Where the sun shines so brightly that it warms your face, but it's not too hot to sit on a blanket and read a good book. Imagine a place where you can watch as a dolphin swims by in the ocean, or stand up and look at the horizon with nothing but water in sight.
Imagine a place where you can hear birds singing, children laughing, and waves crashing against each other. That is Clam Pass Park. The sand is soft beneath your feet, and you take a step into it, feeling it give way slightly with each footfall. you look down at your feet as they sink into the sand and then back up at the water before you. It's clear blue, sparkling in the sunlight. You turn around to face land again, looking for someone to share this moment with but there are no other people here beside you. You look one last time at the water before you turn away from it and walk and walk back toward land again; toward home. There are no worries here - no stress of anxiety - just pure joy at being alive and in the moment.
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