Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is one of the most popular beach destinations in Naples, drawing visitors year-round to the 166-acre tropical paradise featuring a full mile of sandy beach to explore. Consistently rated one of the best beaches in the nation, visitors can spend hours sunbathing, combing the sand for perfect shells, fishing, diving to the hard bottom reef, and picnicking. Boaters may launch off into Water Turkey Bay and head out to the Gulf while kayakers can paddle through the backwater estuaries to earn the best view of pristine Florida coastal landscape and wildlife. Resident eagles, ospreys, owls and more are common sights at Delnor-Wiggins- plan to bring binoculars and cameras for the best views.
Located six miles west of exit 111 on I-75. Follow Immokalee Road across US 41 where it turns into 111th Ave North to the end. The park lies just to the North of Vanderbilt Beach. and is open from 8 a.m. to sundown every day of the year. Gates do close during the winter season when the park reaches maximum capacity, so come early to obtain a spot in this incredible park!