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Clam Pass Park

Clam Pass Park is a beautiful beach access point in one of the most highly populated areas of Collier County, Florida. Clam Pass Park has 171 public parking spaces since it is also one of the most popular beach access points, rivaling Vanderbilt Beach.

Clam Pass boasts 35 acres of coastal habitat and preserves that habitat by providing beach access from a three-quarter-mile boardwalk to the sandy beach.

Facility Amenities

Free Tram to the Beach
Solar Beach Parking Meter (Credit Cards Only)
Parking Booth Attendant
Bike Racks
Foot Shower
Life Jacket Loaner Program
Beach Wheelchair
Guided Nature Walks – Clam Pass Boardwalk, Beach & Bay (click here for more information)
Clam Pass Plants Information – Bay Cedar, Beach Sunflower, Black Mangrove, Buttonwood, Cat’s Claw, Cocoplum, Eastern Poison Ivy, Florida Swampprivet, Golden Polypody,
Gumbo Limbo, Inkberry, Jamaican Dogwood, Prickly Pear Cactus, Red Mangrove, Sabal Palm, Saffron Plum, Seagrape, Seaoats, Snowberry, Spanish Bayonet, Strangler Fig,
White Indigoberry, White Mangrove
CAT Bus Stop

General Information

35 acres
Open year round 8 a.m. to sunset
$10 beach parking fee without Collier County Resident Beach Parking Permit

Guest Information

Family Friendly
No Dogs Permitted

Payment Options

Credit Cards


  • Park Hours Monday through Sunday: 8:00 a.m. – Sunset
  • Questions call Collier County Parks & Recreation Division at 239.252.4000

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