Delnor-Wiggins draws more visitors each year than any state park in Southwest Florida. There are lots of recreation opportunities: fishing, canoeing, sunbathing, swimming and a boat ramp.

Pros: Natural beach. Short walk from parking to the water. Close to both Bonita Springs and Naples.

Cons: Parking can be a challenge and nearby traffic can make the wait even longer. During winter months, visitors often must wait in long lines for parking.

Likely visitors: Nature lovers and families wanting a variety of activities.

Getting there: Heading west on Immokalee Road in Naples, the road turns into 111th Avenue, then Bluebill Ave. Continue to the park entrance.

Parking: $6 per vehicle (2-8 people), $4 per single occupant vehicle and $2 for pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers and passengers in vehicle with an Annual Individual Entrance Pass.

Facilities: There are restrooms, showers, picnic tables and beach equipment rentals.

Hours: 8 a.m. - sunset

Other details: There is snorkeling, barbecue areas, an observation tower at parking lot #5, a boat ramp, boardwalks, fishing, and pets are permitted in certain areas with a leash.


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