- The list below includes 95 free or cheap things to do in or near Naples, Florida, including 52 different types of inexpensive activities like Fishing, Beaches, National & State Parks and Historic Districts.
- From Barefoot Beach to Lowdermilk Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Naples and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach, Marco Island and Estero.
Naples Extreme Family Fun Spot Naples MoreLess Info
Naples Extreme Family Fun Spot offers boat rental for fishing, shelling, or just relaxing on the water
83% 135 votes
2031 Jackson Street, Fort Myers, FL 33901 MoreLess Info
Featuring a variety of permanent and rotating exhibits, Southwest Florida Museum of History showcases the region's history, from Native Americans to the agricultural industry. These exhibits contain artifacts like fossils, fire fighting equipment, a rail car, and more.
Located along the banks of the Caloosahatshee River, Centennial Park is a ten acre park that features amenities such as a playground, fishing pier, volleyball courts, and picnic pavilions. The pavilions can be reserved for private events.
100% 202 votes
102 Collier Avenue, Everglades City, FL 34114 MoreLess Info
The Everglades Backcountry Experience with Capt. Rodney Raffield is an excursion company that offers fishing trips and sunset experiences. The trips leave from Chokoloskee Island and provide all tackle, licenses, and bait.
75% 36 votes
544 Cultural Park Blvd, Cape Coral, FL 33915 MoreLess Info
Cape Coral Historical Museum is a museum dedicated to the area's history, which encompasses 3 buildings: the Rosen building, the Kelly building and the Gulf American building. Their permanent exhibits are also dedicated to the Rosen brothers, who built and developed the city.
Yaknitup Kayak Charters provides guided kayak fishing and nature trips throughout the backwaters of Matlacha and Pine Island Florida. Patrons can fish or paddle with manatees, dolphins, and other marine life.
83% 2572 votes
10901 State Road 80 (Palm Beach Blvd), Fort Myers, FL 33905 MoreLess Info
Manatee lovers frequent Manatee Park in Fort Myers, Florida. It is a non-captive preserve, which means that the manatees come and go as they please. They are seen most often between November and March. Admission and tours are free.