Naples Pier

The Naples pier is one of the most popular attractions in Naples Florida for lots of reason...

The beautiful sunsets, sea breeze, fishing, and wildlife just to name a few.

Naples Fishing Pier

If you visit the pier and stick around long enough it's quite likely that you'll run into a few dolphins nearby which is always awesome.

You'll also always get to see pelicans, egrets, and other beautiful birds... Like this snowy egret.

Snowy Egret on the Naples Florida Pier

The pier was built back in 1888 for the purpose of transporting freight.  During that time there was also a post office on it... But unfortunately that was burnt down around 1912.

It has been rebuilt in 1910, 1926, and 1960 due to hurricane damages.

Clouds after sunset at Naples Pier

It's located at the end of 12th Avenue South.  The official address is 25 12th Ave S Naples, Florida 34102.  If you want to call for any reason the phone number is 239-213-3062.

There is on street parking on 12th plus a decent sized parking lot one block east.

After sunset in Naples Florida

There is a concession stand and bait shop for all of your needs while you're here.

No fishing license is required because the City of Naples has purchased a bulk license that includes everyone already.

Naples Fishing Pier

Nearby there are bathrooms, outdoor showers, and volleyball nets.

Join us down here for this New Year's Eve December 31st from 7:30 to 8 PM for fireworks on the pier.

Here's a video tour I made so you can get a feel for what's like here...

Plus some more pictures we've taken at the pier below.

Evening at the fishing pier

Looking out from Naples pier

Here's a shot facing north while on the pier. The water that day was gorgeous as you can see in the picture.

Naples Florida Beaches from the Fishing Pier

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