Park Shore is an absolutely spectacular beachfront community. It was one of the first master-planned communities ever developed in the great state of Florida. Park Shore is comprised of 25 beachfront highrise condo buildings, several low & mid-rise condo buildings, and 600+ single-family homes. Popular activities in Park Shore include walking to restaurants and high-end shopping in Venetian Village, boating at the Park Shore Marina or Venetian Bay Yacht Club, walking the promenade, swimming, snorkeling, fishing, and spending time at the Park Shore Beach Park. Read More About Park Shore.
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This charming outdoor mall offers 7 restaurants, a Ben & Jerry's ice cream shop, a salon, and lots of boutique shops. In season there is even live entertainment! Click Venetian Village Directory to learn more. Venetian Village is located on both sides of Park Shore Dr. as shown here. Conveniently, you can drive or walk underneath Park Shore Dr. to access either side of the mall.
The Promenade at Park Shore
The Promenade is a lighted concrete walking path that spans almost 2 miles and runs parallel to the Gulf of Mexico. Featuring spectacular gulf & highrise views, it's great for those who want the beach experience without getting sand on their feet. The Promenade at Park Shore is private to Park Shore residents only. See pictures below.
Park Shore Marina
Venetian Bay Yacht Club
Park Shore residents may purchase or lease a boat slip here. Venetian Bay Yacht Club is private to Park Shore Residents only. There address is 4150 Gulf Shore Blvd N, Naples, FL 34103.
How Many Beachfront Parks Are In Park Shore? What Are They Like?
There are 6 beachfront parks in Park Shore. They are intermittently disbursed between the highrise buildings which creates separation and enhances the views of those lucky enough to have an overlooking condo. Five of the six parks don't have official names, but the buildings that surround each of them have annual competitions to see who is voted the best-kept park. As a result, these parks are easy on the eyes, well-manicured, and not a blade of grass is out of place. The Park Shore Association Beach Park is located just beyond where Park Shore Dr. dead ends into Gulf Shore Blvd and is situated between La Mer and Regent. This park is the only Park Shore park to have restrooms and benches, and does offer some shade. These parks are private for Park Shore residents only and require a pass to gain access.
Where is Park Shore?
Park Shore is located within the city limits of Naples and is west of 41, south of Pine Ridge Road, and just north of Doctors Pass.
Park Shore Promenade
One of Park Shore's Parks that separates the buildings
Park Shore Welcome Sign
Park Shore Beach