Nature Lovers Rejoice!
The new Linear Park Bridge is complete, helping connect residents with Naples Reserve’s scenic, natural environment. This structure takes the loop trail across the point where Naples Reserve’s centerpiece 125-acre Eagle Lake meets the waters leading to a one-mile-long rowing lane. This is located along a stretch of the Picayune Strand State Forest, Florida’s fourth largest state forest, with 78,000 acres that contain protected pinelands, cypress swamps and marshes and a variety of wildlife, including many threatened and endangered species. So, go take a hike, go birdwatching, biking or jogging—or just stand on the bridge and enjoy your community’s unique, natural beauty. That’s one of the factors that sets this community apart. Instead of the manicured landscape style typical of other area gated communities, Naples Reserve has a more natural landscape that encourages a sense of discovery. So snap some selfies on the bridge and show them how beautiful your new home really is!