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Top 5 Things to Do in Naples this Summer

by Arelys Alexander

Naples is a great getaway destination for affluent travelers seeking unique experiences to indulge in their family's refinement and adventure this summer. It is renowned for its rich history, fantastic cuisine, and impressive architecture. Visiting during the summer is an added advantage because of the gorgeous warm weather. So what makes Naples a great choice? Join us in this exclusive guide as we unveil the top 5 fun activities that will make your vacation unforgettable.

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1. Explore Delnor Wiggins Pass State Park

Located just off the Naples coastline, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park offers a pristine beach with various activities for your family, including snorkeling, kayaking, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Filled with a diverse natural environment in the mangrove swamps, visitors can explore the flora and fauna and spot various water creatures like dolphins and sea turtles.

snorkeling at Delnor Wiggins Pass State Park

In addition, the beach has picnic tables where you can relax and enjoy a meal. Other excellent facilities at the beach include bathrooms, parking, food stands, and beach rental equipment.

2. Explore the Naples Botanical Garden

Naples Botanical Gardens is a vast 170-acre garden located four miles south of downtown Naples, with various flora species from the tropics and subtropics. The garden paradise offers a unique learning opportunity with its tour options. You can join a group tour or a self-guided audio tour and learn about the garden's research and conservation work, air plants, and more.

Make sure that you make a trip to Fogg Café for garden-inspired dishes and seasonal favorites.

3. Visit the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

Naples prides itself on its renowned Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, ideal for nature lovers. The Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is home to a beautiful collection of endangered birds, otters, alligators, and 600-year-old trees.

You can take a self-guided tour on the 2.25-mile boardwalk, cutting through the sanctuary to experience the old life of South Florida. Photo opportunities are available at every turn of the boardwalk trail so you can perfectly capture your trip!

4. Sun-n-Fun Lagoon

Fun always starts at Sun-N-Fun Lagoon, Collier County’s premier water park. With amenities such as four pools, a 1,250 ft lazy river, a lit splash playground or interactive water feature, five exciting water slides, and a concession stand, there is fun for all ages here. If you want to experience family fun all year long, they offer annual passes for $195 per family (if you’re a Collier County resident) so you can bring the kids or grandkids anytime.

5. Immerse Yourself in Art at The Baker Museum

The Baker Museum or Artis Naples is one of the more cultural attractions in Naples that opened in 2000. Therefore, if you want an artistic touch on your vacation, indulge in the artistic wonders of Baker's Museum's permanent collection. It houses some of the most magnificent modern American works comprising sculptures, paintings, and photographs. The museum also offers educational programs and workshops for the budding creatives in your family, making it a truly enriching experience for all.

Naples is an excellent summer vacation destination with numerous outdoor activities and attractions. If you love the environment in Naples and want to consider moving here, we can help! Contact us today for more information on our custom luxury homes and communities.

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