The Moorings Beach Park is Open to our Members.

  • Restrooms are open. Please spray the faucets with disinfectant after you've washed your hands and use a paper towel to open the door after you've finished using the restroom.
    • Be sure to wear a face mask if you must interact with one of our Park Attendants.
    • The Chickee Hut is available for reservations with a maximum capacity of 10 people.
    • The Park is open during regular beach park hours: 10 am - sunset.
    • The beach is under the jurisdiction of the City of Naples. Beach restrictions will be enforced by the City of Naples Beach Patrol.

    Stay Safe and Healthy
    Beach Park Photo Gallery - Courtesy of Photographer Mitch Fogelman
    We invite you to enjoy the photo gallery below. These remarkable photos were taken by our Moorings neighbor and MPOA member Mitch Fogelman who has graciously offered to share them with us here on our website. Thank you Mitch for your artistry and your appreciation of our beautiful Moorings Beach Park!
    The Last Sunset Before COVID-19 Park Closure - March 18, 2020
    On the morning of March 18, 2020 the Moorings Beach Park was announced closed as of sunset that day due to concerns over COVID-19. Members gathered at the beach park for one last sunset. Below is a slide show of photos taken as many of our members gathered at the park that evening.
    What a beautiful day for the 2020 Ice Cream Social!
    Thanks to everyone who made it a tremendous success!
    2020 Membership Materials and Information


    There are two different membership forms this year. The Regular Resident Membership form is to be used only by those who reside in their Moorings property and do not rent it out to others. The Non-Resident/Rental Membership form is to be used by owners who make their property available to others, usually by renting out their property annually or short-term. If you are unsure about which form to use, click on the Membership tab and find the Q&A document where more specific information may be found.

    Membership forms are available on this website and at the Beach Park.

    Please use the appropriate form. Complete it and send it in with your check to:
    P.O. Box 8961
    Naples, FL 34101

    Reminder: MPOA Membership, decals, and passes (i.e. Short-term and Annual Rental passes) run on a calendar year (January - December) basis.

    Blair Foundation Tree Challenge Continues!
    Help Plant Trees in the Moorings!
    Moorings residents have a wonderful and unique opportunity to repopulate our neighborhood with trees following last year's hurricane Irma thanks to the Blair Foundation. Concerned with the amount of damage Hurricane Irma inflicted upon the City's stately trees, the Blair Foundation's trustees donated $500,000 as a match for community (individuals or organizations) donations dedicated to planting trees in the city.

    The MPOA has seized on this opportunity to plant trees in The Moorings, specifically. The MPOA will match dollars donated by residents and earmarked for The Moorings dollar-for-dollar up to $20,000. These dollars will in turn be matched by the Blair Foundation, therefore quadrupling the impact of every resident dollar donated. Money raised beyond the stated MPOA match will still be doubled by the Blair Foundation up to their $500,000 match.

    You may obtain a Moorings-specific Blair Foundation Tree Challenge donation form below or at the Moorings Beach Park. Important note: Make your check payable to the City of Naples (for eligible tax-deduction), put THE MOORINGS in the memo line, and either drop it off at the Beach Park or mail it to MPOA, P.O. Box 8961, Naples FL 34101 to ensure that the dollars are eligible for maximum match potential and are earmarked for trees in The Moorings.

    Beach Park Mobility Ramp Project In Process!

    For many years, our members have suggested that we consider building a ramp so that those who are mobility-challenged could more easily take in views of the beach and shoreline. We have consulted with experts and considered design and material alternatives to fulfill this need and we are pleased to announce that the project is moving forward!

    This project is incremental to our usual operating budget and so we are launching a campaign to help pay for the expenses associated with this important initiative. The total estimated cost is $60,000. There will be no assessment to our members at this time, rather we are asking that people who are motivated to support this project donate to the MPOA with  "MPOA Mobility Challenge" written in the memo line and drop a check in the mail or at the beach park. We thank you in advance for your interest and generosity.  If any member wishes to underwrite all or a very substantial portion of the cost, we would consider giving naming writes to the shelter.  Thank you in advance for your interest!