As you may know, the Naples City Council voted to re-open the city’s beaches on Wednesday, May 13th under a strict set of limitations aimed at ensuring adherence to public health guidelines. This means that the beaches will also be closed at certain times. Please abide by the following regulated visiting hours:

Monday – Friday: Open sunrise to sunset

· No coolers or tents (chairs and umbrellas allowed)

· Walking, running, swimming, fishing and paddle boarding allowed

Saturday - Sunday: Open 7 a.m. – 11 a.m.

· Chairs, tents, umbrellas or coolers prohibited

· Walking, running, swimming, fishing and paddle boarding allowed

Saturday - Sunday: Open 5 p.m. – sunset

· ONLY chairs allowed (tents, umbrellas or coolers prohibited)

Memorial Day weekend (Saturday, May 23rd through Monday, May 25th): Open 7 a.m. – 11 a.m.

· Chairs, tents, umbrellas or coolers prohibited

· Walking, running, swimming, fishing and paddle boarding allowed

Memorial Day weekend: Open 5 p.m. – sunset

· ONLY chairs allowed (tents, umbrellas, or coolers prohibited)

The Naples City Council will revisit these beach restrictions at its next regular meeting on June 3rd.

Please note that while the Raymond Lutgert Park at Park Shore is a private park, the beach is a PUBLIC beach maintained and regulated by the City of Naples. There have been instances of people moving from the private park to the beach during these regulated visiting hours, contrary to the regulations.

At the times when beaches are closed, the park may not be used as a way to access the beach. If this continues, we will be forced to close the Raymond Lutgert Park at Park Shore to the detriment of all homeowners.  We urge you respect the rules and only visit the beach during approved times.


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