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Collier County


Beach Trolley (Seasonal Route December - April)

Collier Area Transit will take you to the beach

Serving Vanderbilt Beach, Delnor Wiggins Pass State Park, Conner Park Parking

Love going to the beach, but hate trying to find parking during the busy season? Let Collier Area Transit (CAT) drive you to the beach.            

CAT, Collier County Parks and Recreation, the Florida Department of Transportation and the Collier County Tourist Development Council are partnering to offer a beach trolley for those who would like to get to the beach without the hassle. The trolley will operate from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. You can catch the trolley at the North Collier Regional Park Administration Building, 15000 Livingston Road, Naples, Florida 34109.

The trolley will run every 60 minutes and serve Vanderbilt Beach, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park and Conner Park. The fare to ride is $1.50 for a single ride, or you may use your CAT pass to hop on. You can use your CAT passes to ride beyond the beach and the park.

Passes may be purchased at the CAT transfer facility at the Collier County Government Center, 3355 Tamiami Trail E., Naples, Florida 34112; at the CAT facility located at 8300 Radio Road, Naples, Florida 34104; or at the North Collier Government Service Center, 2335 Orange Blossom Drive, Naples, Florida 34109.

 Reduced fare information, click here. Change is not provided on the trolley. 

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  If you would like more information please give us a call at 239-252-7777 or send us a quick email and we will be sure to respond as quickly as we can.


Now Sit Back, Relax, and Enjoy the Purrrfect Ride 




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Don't Let Beach Parking hold you back from enjoying the beautiful beaches in Naples, Ride CAT!

"The last two years, it's been horrible," he said. "Lots get full by 8 a.m. in season, but even in  August, they're filling up by 10:30 a.m."

“People come here for the beautiful beaches. But it’s getting harder and harder for people who don’t actually live along the beach to access them.”

Lounging on Vanderbilt Beach last week, Borges said “Naples' more restricted access and longer walks to crowded parking lots was frustrating by comparison.”

Fletcher, June. “Beach out of reach.” Naples Daily News.Web. September 16, 2016.

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