2015 Connect Sports Facilities Guide: Naples, Marco Island & the Everglades, Florida

By Connect Sports Staff, January 26, 2015

Discover your sports paradise when you play in Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades. Whether you’re an event organizer, coach, player or enthusiast,Screen Shot 2015-03-26 at 10.13.59 AM Florida’s Paradise Coast provides the perfect destination for successful sports training and competition.

Experience our top-rated facilities such as the spectacular North Collier Regional Park, featuring eight tournament-ready, multipurpose fields for soccer and lacrosse, and five full-size tournament-ready softball diamonds. The soccer and lacrosse complex offers dedicated tournament offices, restrooms and concessions. Event participants and fans can also enjoy the Sun-N-Fun Lagoon Water Park and Children’s Museum of Naples, both located on-site.

Popular sports on Florida’s Paradise Coast include beach volleyball, tennis, golf, triathlon, football, softball, baseball, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, BMX and more. Naples is also home to the Football University 6-8 Grade National Championships. With championship golf courses, pristine beaches for fishing and water sports, Florida’s Paradise Coast is an athlete’s paradise.

After the event, athletes and fans can relax at some of the world’s finest accommodations. Stay in one of more than 80 resorts and hotels, with a wide variety of packages and prices available to fit every budget.

Play in Paradise and book your sports event on Florida’s Paradise Coast.

Rights Holder Testimonial

“The Naples CVB and the whole Collier County community have embraced our events and left all of our athletes and their parents with a great impression of “Florida’s Paradise Coast.” Your organization’s willingness to go the extra mile has made it easy for our organization to do our job and has been key to our many successful events in the Naples area.”

                  —Lee Corrigan, president, Corrigan Sports Enterprises

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