Park Shore

Residents love calling Park Shore home, and it offers an incredibly family-friendly atmosphere in a rewarding setting.

Welcome to Park Shore

Surrounded by state parks, lovely beaches, and fantastic resorts. 
Park Shore is a beautiful neighborhood in Naples, Florida near the tranquil waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Since Park Shore’s development in the 1970s, it has become one of the most notable communities in Naples. Residents love calling Park Shore home, and it offers an incredibly family-friendly atmosphere in a rewarding setting. 
The white beaches, boardwalks, and modern buildings make Park Shore a distinctive and attractive neighborhood with single-family homes, condominiums, and villas. Art galleries, waterfront restaurants, and high-end boutiques are all easily accessible for residents of Park Shore. Excellent golf courses and a private beach distinguishes Park Shore from other neighborhoods in Naples, Florida. 

What to Love 

Local Lifestyle

Park Shore is one of the most attractive neighborhoods in Naples, Florida. Residents enjoy the beaches, golfing, and tennis as all are assessable year-round. Anglers take advantage of being close to the Gulf of Mexico and the waterways around Naples. Park Shore provides residents with privacy, supportive neighbors, and great amenities. The atmosphere in Park Shore promotes an active and stimulating lifestyle.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Park Shore is close to many excellent restaurants known throughout Naples. T-Michaels is a steak and lobster house located on Venetian Bay. While having a cocktail at sunset in the open-air Atrium, dolphins can often be spotted in the Bay. Popular entrees include twin lobster tails, jumbo lump crab cakes, and local black grouper. 
Fish Restaurant is a large waterfront restaurant on Gulf Shore Boulevard. The menu has an extensive list of seafood options including a raw bar, sushi, pasta, and cooked entrees. The presentation of each is as delectable as the food itself. 
Hogfish Harry’s Restaurant & Bar is a fun casual restaurant. Locals consider it to be a hidden gem in the community. The ambiance is a vibrant tropical oasis setting. The seafood is fresh, from Key West, or flown overnight from Mexico and Hawaii. It’s an ocean-to-table restaurant. 
Park Shore Plaza has popular national brands and large department stores. Many residents choose to shop at the nearby Village Shops or at Waterside Shops. The Village Shops on Venetian Bay has 45 waterfront boutiques to explore. Waterside Shops is anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue. Other notable stores are Free People, Gucci, Vineyard Vines, and Tiffany & Co.

Things to Do 

Park Shore Beach Park is one of Naples's most quiet and relaxing places to swim, sunbathe, and read. The Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park has one of the most pristine beaches in the area. It is a popular area for kayaking, paddle boarding, sunbathing, and more. Fishing is available at the north end of the park. Boats have access to Turkey Bay, Cocohatchee River, and the Gulf of Mexico. Residents also have access to the Park Shore Marina, which offers rental boats also.
The Naples Botanical Garden has nine themed gardens in a 170-acre area. The Caribbean Garden has a vanilla orchid trellis, banana and papaya trees, and much more. Residents can also explore the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens where they can watch alligator feedings and see zebras, giraffes, and many other animals in natural environments. 


Collier County Public Schools serve the schools in Park Shore. The following are the most notable schools in Park Shore, Florida: 

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