Just North of Pelican Bay and Naples Park at the west end of 111th Avenue North is Conner Park Beach. 111th Avenue is what Immokalee Road becomes on the west side of US-41. There is a fairly ample parking lot with 80 spaces, available for anyone with a beach parking sticker yet there are also metered spots for those without the parking pass. The parking is just off-site from the beach yet it is just a short walk away.
While at Conner Park, you can take a stroll on the three-quarter mile walking trail or let your kids play on the open playground. There is also a special area just for fishing so it's a great place to grab your nets, your poles and your bait and try your hand at catching some of the many fish of the Gulf. The park is open dawn until dusk every day.
Conner Park is the northern most Naples beach before reaching the Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. This park is also just a short drive from shops and dining. Grab a bite at Moe's, Tijuana Flats or Sweet Tomatoes. Shop for bathing gear and floats at Walmart or shop the glamourous Cote D'Azur. Or just grab yourself an ice cold coffee at Starbucks and head toward the beach.