Skip to content

Naples, Bonita Springs, Marco Island, and Sanibel/Captiva | 239-285-1086

Drone video of Delnor-Wiggins State Park shows dramatic view of Gulf of Mexico shoreline

Mark H. Bickel | Ricardo Rolón
Naples Daily News

With another snowbird and tourist season about to begin in Southwest Florida, here’s a look from our drone at one of the region’s most popular parks, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park in Naples.

The video was produced by Naples Daily News drone pilot Ricardo Rolon in July. The drone traveled along the shoreline approximately 1.5 miles from the tip of Wiggins Pass and south past the state park, and into where private condominiums begin. Rolon said he flew the drone at a maximum altitude of 375 feet, but primarily stayed between 100-200 feet of altitude.

You are getting a view of the beach during quieter times. In the coming weeks the park and the beach will be filled with visitors and locals who will be there to soak up the sun and enjoy the amazing views.

The video also provides a view of the beach area nine months after Hurricane Ian hit Southwest Florida, with only a few indications of that storm’s aftermath.

Read more and watch the video of Delnor-Wiggins State Park on

Find a home in southwest Florida. Contact David at or 239-285-1086.

Published inBeachesGeneral InterestLifestyleLocal Interest
Copyright © 2012-2023 David Critzer, REALTOR®. All rights reserved.
Webmaster: Patricia Gill