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The "Endless Summer" Water Shuttle
One of the most exciting amenities at the Club is the 46 passenger pontoon boat christened the "Endless Summer". The Endless Summer is an ideal way for members to travel one mile down the Cocohatchee River to the Gulf of Mexico beaches. Passengers might catch a glimpse of dolphins, manatees, sea turtles, herons, eagles and egrets along the way.
The Endless Summer ferries Club Members to Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park beach, one of the most popular seashore destinations in Naples, Florida. The Club is pleased to include beach chairs, beverages and boxed lunches to members heading to the beach. All you need to bring is your towel and sunscreen to enjoy a day on one of Florida's pristine beaches. The Endless Summer leaves from the Club's dock conveniently begining at 9:30 am on the days the Club is open. In addition, the Club offers sunset dinner water tours, cocktail water tours and other seasonal member activities aboard the Endless Summer.
In Southwest Florida, the natives know that no two sunsets are alike and each one is a rare treasure best seen from the water. Each shell found along the rolling surf or on the white sands is its own jewel with its history embedded in its form. Each opportunity to view the unique and amazing variety of native wildlife leaves a memory that will be with you forever. It's never the same day-to-day on the Endless Summer.
Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park Beach
The park's mile-long stretch of sugar white sand and crystal blue Gulf of Mexico water is rated one of the best beaches in the nation.
Tarpon Cove Yacht & Racquet Club is pleased to work in partnership with Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park to offer members the ideal beach experience. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is a narrow barrier island separated from the mainland by pristine mangroves and tidal creeks. The northern part of the beach is the natural outlet from the Cocohatchee River to the Gulf of Mexico where members disembark the Endless Summer. The lush setting of sea oats, sea grapes, cabbage palms and mangroves with no buildings obstructing your view allows members to experience the best of Southwest Florida's beach lifestyle.
The beach is popular for sunbathing, swimming, beachcombing, snorkeling and watching Southwest Florida's famous sunsets. Fishing at the beach includes both saltwater and freshwater. Kayakers can enjoy paddling through estuaries or out into the Gulf. Scuba divers can explore the hard bottom reef located only 80-100 feet from the shore line. In addition, the park's facilities include BBQ grills, bathhouses, a boat ramp and an Observation Tower. Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is a haven to pursue a wide variety of water sports and leisure activities that has made Naples, Florida a desirable lifestyle community.