Collier-Seminole State Park


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Collier-Seminole State Park


Location:On US 41, 17 miles south of Naples.
Facilities:Full-facility campsites, primitive campsites (including youth group camping), showers, picnic area, pavilions, playground, restrooms, nature trails, off-road biking course, boat ramp, interpretive exhibits, concession, visitor/nature center.
Activities:Camping, canoeing/kayaking, fishing, boat tours, bicycling, hiking, guided tours, wildlife viewing.
Special Features:Park features vegetation and wildlife typical of the Everglades as well as a forest of tropical trees. Nature trails wind through pine flatwoods and cypress swamp, and one trail has a boardwalk system and observation platform overlooking the salt marsh. Common wildlife sightings along the trails include alligator, raccoons, osprey, white ibis, and other wading birds.
Address:20200 E Tamiami Trail
Naples, FL 34114

Phone:239-394-3397
Fax:239-394-5113
Web: www.floridastateparks.org/collier-seminole
Size: 6,767 acres land; 505 acres water.

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As you reach the western border of the Everglades below Naples, pull into the Collier-Seminole State Park.