Join a Conservancy of Southwest Florida volunteer Naturalist for a free guided walk on the boardwalk, beach, and back bay areas of this beautiful Collier County park to learn about the secret lives of the flora and fauna of this captivating and biologically-rich area.
Clam Pass County Park offers a beautiful beach and a scenic boardwalk through a unique habitat. Learn about the special trees that dominate in this unusual environment and why they are important to all of us. See beautiful shore birds and maybe a surprise visitor or two on the way, such as Pileated woodpecker or Yellow-crowned night heron.
Learn about our shells and see what shells and other treasures such as sharks' teeth the Gulf may have delivered to the shore. The walk is approximately two hours. Bringing a hat, water, and sunscreen is advised. Meet at the tram stop Gazebo near the parking lot.
Sunday Birding: Anytime from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Join a Conservancy volunteer Naturalist on the beach near the pass to view birds through a scope and ask questions. Look for your guide in the orange vest near the pass on Sundays between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Find out what birds are resting at Clam Pass and why they are there--maybe even see nesting osprey.
NOTE: Parking is free with beach sticker or subject to county fee for all day. The entrance to the park is adjacent to the Naples Grande Beach Resort at the end of Seagate Drive.