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November 17, 2019
Upscale shopping and dining in North Naples.
September 27, 2019
Classy stores, great restaurants and movie theater.
August 21, 2019
Great shops. Movie theater and film festival.
August 18, 2019
Whole Foods, shopping, restaurants(lots), bar scene with events, cinemas, ice cream, macaroons, people watching.
July 04, 2019
This is an area of lots of restaurants, Whole Foods, stadium theater seating, regularly scheduled outdoor events. Kid friendly area but also has a nightclub and a wine bar restaurant. Most dining appropriate for kids. They light the place up great during Dec and Jan.

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“A few miles south of us; you'll need to drive vs walk/bike, unless you are a good biker. It's the very upscale outdoor shopping and dining place in Naples. Quite, but festive during the holidays. OK for kids that like to be with their parents, as they shop. Bring your stroller, the area is not to big, but not too small. ”
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“Walk or bike from house to Vanderbilt Beach. To the left is the Ritz Carlton Beach with Gumbo Limbo Beach restaurant and bar and to the right is Turtle Club and LaPLaya beachfront bars and restaurants. Or simply stop at the down and dirty beachbar at the corner for breakfast, coffee, beer, cocktails and some nights- live music.”
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Zoo Exhibit
“Small scale zoo that started as a garden back in the 1950s. Features some animals you likely won't see at most zoos like lemur's, anteater and alligators. Tickets are $23 over 13 years old and $15 for under 12 years old, under 2 years old is free.”
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“The theater is close to Marco Island, and they have a stream of amazing shows, live theater, and concerts. ”
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“Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park was named No. 9 on the Top Ten USA Beaches list and is located on a 199-acre barrier island on the Gulf of Mexico. It also features more than a mile of unspoiled beach. Enjoy fishing, sunbathing, shelling, birding, picnicking, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving on the natural hard bottom reef just offshore. Resident eagles, ospreys, owls, and other woodland species make room every fall for the migratory shore birds along the beach and in the natural hammock at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. Watch for dolphins in the Gulf near the beach and in Wiggins Pass. Bring your binoculars and cameras; there will be plenty of opportunities to use both. Guided tours and interpretive programs occur on a regular basis by experienced rangers and volunteers (event calendar is available when you enter the park). There are amenities to be had at Delnor-Wiggins Pass Park, but they are not available in all parking lot areas (there are five lots total). In parking Lot #4 you will find most of the unique amenities including food/beverages and rentals that include paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, umbrellas and beach chairs. In parking Lot #5 you will find a pavilion with BBQ Charcoal Grills (the pavilion is available to rent for parties but they will let you enjoy it if not reserved at no cost), an observation tower that you can climb for a birds-eye-view and you can walk to the mouth of where the Cocohatchee River meets the Gulf of Mexico. The hard-bottom reef that runs parallel to the beach is near Lots #1 and #2 and is in about 8 or 10 feet of water. All through-out this park (and at all lot numbers) you will find little "oasiss" under palm trees with shady cover, picnic benches and small charcoal grills. Lastly, not all parking lots have restrooms so if you need the reassurance of a convenient walking distance to a restroom, keep close to Lot #4. What makes this beach park different than most beach areas in Naples is that it is a state park. All other parks are managed by the City of Naples and the County. Where you see the difference is in the parking system. It's $6.00 cash for parking that is collected when you enter the park. They will stop cars from entering the park if parking becomes full, which can happen during the in-season months. They have an electronic sign outside of the park informing visitors ahead of time when parking is not available. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is located 15 miles from the Hibiscus Hideaway and can take up to 30 minutes to drive. This park offers a lot of activities and a breath-taking natural beach environment, but get there before 10:00 AM in-season to make sure you can enjoy all it has to offer. ”
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9118 Strada Place
Naples, FL 34108
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