Join a Conservancy of Southwest Florida volunteer Naturalist for a free guided walk on the boardwalk, beach, and back bay areas of this beautiful Collier County park to learn about the secret lives of the flora and fauna of this captivating and biologically rich area.
CHANGE DUE TO THE SEVERITY OF HURRICANE IAN AND THE DAMAGE IT CAUSED TO THE BOARDWALK AND BEACH:
Clam Pass naturalists will be conducting abbreviated interpretive walks around the tram stop and surrounding area. Come learn about the mangroves and other flora and fauna in the park. Bringing a hat, water, and sunscreen is advised. Reservations required.
Clam Pass County Park offers a beautiful beach and a scenic boardwalk through a unique habitat. Learn about the special trees that dominate in this unusual environment and why they are important to all of us. See beautiful shorebirds and maybe a surprise visitor or two on the way, such as pileated woodpecker or yellow-crowned night heron.
Learn about our shells and see what shells and other treasures such as sharks' teeth the Gulf may have delivered to the shore. The walk is approximately two hours. Bringing a hat, water, and sunscreen is advised.