Beach Erosion: Due to severe erosion at the north end of the park, there may not be any beach to walk on during high tide. To get to Wiggins Pass there is a path through the picnic area. The main boardwalk...
Bath house and boardwalk closure: The bath house and boardwalks in parking lot #1 are closed for renovations to improve accessibility. Beach access and portable toilets are located at the north end of lot #1. All other...
Shells at sunset by A. Irvin
Flower by A. Irvin
Beach by A. Irvin
Sunset by Rod Wiley
Picnic area
Path to the Beach
Castle in the Sand
Sunset and Sea Oats by A. Irvin
Photograph of shells on the beach near sunset from ground level.
Photograph of a yellow flower in the sand.
Photograph of the beach and water from ground level
Sunset looking west from Wiggins Pass.
Picnic area
Sand path to the beach with the Gulf in the beack ground.
Sand castle on the beach.
Sunset with sea oats

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Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park

Welcome to Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park

This popular destination boasts one of the most pristine stretch of beach in the world. Every day, this tropical beach paradise beckons visitors to partake in vast peaceful views of the Gulf of Mexico, and experience the many shorebirds and wildlife that gather here every year. Visitors arrive to this park to sunbathe, snorkel the reef, hike, bird-watch, fish, picnic, and search for seashells on a daily basis. There are specific areas designated for anglers to drop their lines in the northern areas of the park for trophy catches. Boaters will also find the launch area into Turkey Bay easily accessible for most vessels, in order to experience the delicate natural estuaries of the Cocohatchee River, leading out to the Gulf of Mexico. Guided tours and interpretive programs occur on a regular basis by experienced rangers and volunteers. There is a pavilion available to rent for special occasions, such as weddings and birthdays. A concessionaire, Naples Beach Adventures, is open in parking Lot #4 with food and beverages and rentals that include paddleboards, kayaks, canoes, umbrellas, and beach chairs. Beach wheelchairs are also available for reservation by the Park.

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