Lowdermilk Beach Park
A Family Favorite

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Lowdermilk Park is one of Naples' premier beachfront parks. The park has plenty of metered and unmetered parking spaces, a concession stand, sand volleyball courts, two children's playgrounds, picnic tables, benches, restroom and shower facilities, and two gazebos for rent


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Naples is known for its world class beaches and Lowdermilk Beach is one of the best. Yes, it's great for family fun too.map

Grass is something you normally don't get to enjoy at the beach. Lowdermilk Beach has acres of grass just foot steps away.

Great for families to play on and still have the beach right there.

The Park offers areas for Family cook-outs, family reunion and lovers too. Children's playground, volleyball courts and horseshoe pits are available.

A great place to watch Sunsets too. You have a choice to watch sunsets with sand between your toes or enjoy the lush green grass and drop a blanket down under the tropical trees.

We had a lovely time here. Arrived to find parking lot mostly full at around 11am.

I would suggest an earlier arrival. Despite the lot being quite full, the beach was not crowded and the water was simply perfect!

Believe it or not, they sell the best burgers and fries at the pavilion at Lowdermilk Beach.

Make sure you get a seat at the high table facing the beach. Great place to bring friends that are visiting. After dinner take a stroll on the beach

Lowdermilk Park, a Family Favorite

Arrive early if you want one of those prize Tiki Hut's. It does get hot in the summer.

bathhouse and concession stand

Shade is good in the "Off Season" (May - Sept)
"HIGH Season" (Jan - May)
not a problem.

Another reason Lowdermilk is one of my favorite Florida beaches is this park is so usable. Grass area provides a playground for the kiddies, sand volleyball courts, gazbo, pavilion, bathhouse and concession stand. People getting together for a beach party or picnics. Sand volleyball court. Lots of shade for protected lounging.

There are two gazebo’s located at Lowdermilk Park for rent. One is located at the north end of the park and the other is located at the south end of the park. Both gazebos are the

same size but there is more land available around the south gazebo for larger rentals. The north gazebo is next to the sand volleyball courts and the childrens playground.

A particular favorite Florida beaches for families, offers acres of grass and shade trees. With picnic sites throughout the beach is a

perfect location for a picnic or family gathering.

Lowdermilk regularly hosts small-boat regattas with participants ranging from kids to the retired.

Concession stand and gazebo near the beach. Metered and non-metered parking. Like most Collier County beach areas, parking is free with a county permit.

Getting There: Head west on Banyan Boulevard in Naples until it meets Gulfshore Boulevard and the beach entrance is right there.Parking: Metered parking lot but free for Collier County residents with a beach parking permit.Facilities:There are restrooms, showers, concessions and picnic tables. Hours: Sunrise to sunset. Contact Number: 239.263.6078

Southwest Florida Shuffle

"From the first of May until the end of October every year is Stingray season on the beaches of Southwest Florida.

The first thing most locals will tell you is to ' The Naples Shuffle' your feet as you walk in the surf. By shuffling your feet, you will scare off any stingrays before you have a chance to step on them.

It doesn't matter how big or small they are, if you step on them they will nail you with the barb in their tail out of defense." alt="Southwest Florida Shuffle"

  • From the First of May until the end of October every year is Stingray season on the beaches of Southwest Florida.  
  • The first thing most locals will tell you is to your feet as you walk in the surf. 
  • By shuffling your feet, you will scare off any stingrays before you have a chance to step on them.
  • It doesn't matter how big or small they are, if you step on them they will nail you with the barb in their tail out of defense.