Some fun things to do in Naples, Florida, include spending time in nature at the Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park and Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary, taking in some culture at the Collier County and Holocaust Museum, and sunning at the Tigertail or Vanderbilt Beaches. There is also a range of fun things to do, such as visit the Big Cypress National Preserve, boat down the Paradise Coast Blueway and browse the Marco Island Historical Museum.
The Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park includes 166 acres of undeveloped land that allows visitors to hike along the nature trails or sun on the pristine sand. There are plenty of water activities available from kayaking and canoeing to swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. Those who don't want to get sandy can hike along the Observation Tower Trail along the coastal hammock to Wiggins Pass. Barefoot Beach Preserve Park is another great nature area, featuring 342 acres of land, nature trails and a butterfly garden.
History buffs can explore the history of the Calusa Indians who used to inhabit the area at the Marco Island Historical Museum. The museum features exhibits such as a recreated village that brings Calusa history back to life. The Collier County Museum also explores Native American life in the area as well as Spanish exploration, pineapple farming and all things native to historic Naples.