Welcome to Park Shore
Luxurious and walkable, Park Shore is the perfect place for beach and boating enthusiasts alike to call home
Whether you prefer a laid-back beach lifestyle or enjoy spending the day out on the water, Park Shore offers the best of both worlds. Located in Naples along the Gulf of Mexico, this luxurious neighborhood is filled with homes and condos that have easy access to the beach, boat ramps, restaurants, and shops nearby. Walkable paths are scattered throughout the neighborhood, making it easy to explore the area while enjoying the endless summer weather.
What to Love
- Very walkable via paths throughout the neighborhood
- Gulf access
- Magnificent sunsets
- Cosmopolitan feel
- Towering high-rises overlooking the Gulf and bay
Park Shore was developed by the Lutert family in the 1970s and 1980s. The family successfully designed an upscale neighborhood filled with condos and single-family homes with close proximity to the beach and bay. Walking paths wind throughout Park Shore, setting it apart from other neighborhoods in Naples, where walkability just isn't possible. Here, residents can walk or bike to their favorite restaurants or shops with ease. Plus, locals can access the beach whenever their heart desires.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The Village Shops on Venetian Bay is a popular shopping destination that's packed with upscale retailers and restaurants. Designed with Mediterranean-style architecture, visitors to The Village Shops feel like they're walking along the streets of Venice. With waterfront views and endless shopping and dining options, it's easy to spend an entire day here.
Waterside Shops is another local favorite shopping destination, boasting over 60 high-end food and retail options. The tranquil landscape throughout the shopping venue includes a lovely waterfall, where you can rest or socialize with friends. Here, you'll find your favorite upscale shops like Anthropologie, Gucci, and Saks Fifth Avenue, along with dining options as varied as sushi at Bricktop's or nutritious dinner at True Food Kitchen.
Nearby, 5th Avenue South is a stretch of retail space that offers high-end retailers, spas, art galleries, and fine dining all in one place. From Tamiami Trail to the Gulf of Mexico, you can walk along 5th Avenue South to experience the best shopping, dining, and entertainment that Naples has to offer. That's why it's referred to by locals as "The Crown Jewel of Naples."
Park Shore is home to a variety of upscale dining options that serve cuisine from around the world. Mercato Italiano is a newly opened Italian shop that sells the best imported cheese, meat, desserts, sauce, pasta, and wine in Florida. Mercato was recently opened in 2021 by a Sicilian family who moved to the United States. To cure their homesickness, the family decided to open a shop, so they could share their love for Italian food and wine with Americans in Park Shore.
Things to Do
Park Shore is unlike any other neighborhood in Naples, thanks to the walking paths that wind throughout its streets. Residents can easily walk or bike from their homes to the beach or to their favorite restaurants without having to deal with the hassle of driving a car.
Residents in Park Shore also have access to a private beach known as Park Shore Beach. In order to access this quiet spot, you must have a valid Park Shores pass. This private beach was donated by the Lutgert family in 1978, and it has been the neighborhood's best-kept secret for decades. The beach has been a protected, clean, and quiet place for residents to relax, and any commercial use of the beach is prohibited.