Collier

Collier

Collier county covers the area from Naples south to Marco Island. The area has many artificial reefs from Naples Reef in the north to Gordons reef in the south. Each reef description will tell you the distance from a well know landmark so you can get a good idea how far out it is.

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  1. Reef View
    Bayview Boat Ramp
    $0.99
    This boat ramp is in Bayview Park's 4 acres and is located at the end of Danford Street off Thomasson Drive. Enjoy the million-dollar views of Naples Bay, a waterway shared by the homes in downtown Naples' Port Royal. Bayview Park becomes very busy on the weekends, so it is recommended for boaters to arrive early on the weekends. For more information about water access, call the Parks & Recreation administration at (239) 252-4000. Learn More
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    Caxambas Park Boat Ramp
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    Caxambas Park is a beautiful water access point located on upscale Marco Island. This public boat access point includes a 4 acre park, ample parking, concessions for sale from sunscreen to food and allows easy access to the northern Ten Thousand Islands or Gulf of Mexico. Learn More
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    Caxambas Reef
    $2.99
    This is an artificial reef consisting of 180 tons of pipe and 230 tons of concrete pilings with 4 foot relief. This site is 2.9 miles at 202 degrees from North West tip of Marco Island or 2.7 miles @ 303 degrees from the South West tip of Marco Island. The reef was created in 1997. The water depths here are in the 23 foot range. Learn More
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    Cocohatchee Boat Ramp
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    Cocohatchee River Park is a 7 acre property on Vanderbilt Drive located between 111th Avenue (Immokalee Road) and Bonita Beach Road. The park provides access to the gulf of Mexico through Wiggins Pass. Cocohatchee River Park has more capacity than other boat launches with many parking spaces and four boat launching lanes. Learn More
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    Gordon 5 Mile Reef
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    This is an artificial reef consisting of concrete culverts and rubble over four areas in a 1.2 mile area. This site is 4.7 miles at 272 degrees from Gordon’s Pass. The reef was created in 1989. The water depths here are in the 30 foot range. Learn More
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    Keewaydin Reef
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    This is an artifical reef which consists of 2500 tons of concrete rubble, slabs and limestone boulders. This site is 6.7 miles at 311 degrees from North West tip of Marco Island. The reef was created between 2002 and 2003. The water depths here are in the 28 foot range. Learn More
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    Marco 12 Mile Reef
    $2.99
    This is an artificial reef and consists of many tons of concrete rubble, culverts and railroad ties and covers an area .28 mile square and has a maximum relief of 8 feet. This site is 15.9 miles at 270 degrees from the South West tip of Marco Island. The reef was created between 2003 and 2005. The water depths here are in the 46 foot range. Learn More
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    Marco 2 Mile Reef
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    This is an artificial reef which consists of many tons of concrete rubble and culverts and covers an area of .15 mile square. This site is 3.4 miles at 204 degrees from the North West tip of Marco Island or 2.8 miles @ 292 degrees from the South West tip of Marco Island. The reef was created between 1972 and 1997. The water depths here are in the 25 foot range. Learn More
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    Marco 5 Mile Reef
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    This is an artificial reef and consists of concrete rubble and culverts along with steel dredge pipe and covers an area .42 mile square and has a maximum relief of 5.3 feet. This site is 5.1 miles at 234 degrees from the South West tip of Marco Island. The water depths here are in the 32 foot range. Learn More
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    Marco 9 Mile Reef
    $2.99
    This is an artificial reef and consists of many tons of concrete rubble and culverts along with concrete bridge decking and covers an area .3 mile square and has a maximum relief of 7.8 feet. This site is 10.9 miles at 260 degrees from the South West tip of Marco Island. The water depths here are in the 41 foot range. Learn More
  11. Naples Reef
    Naples Reef
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    This is an artificial reef and consists of thousands of tons of concrete culverts, slabs, road barriers and pilings and covers two areas 200 feet square each and has a maximum relief of 20 feet.  This site is close to shore at 3.8 miles at 316 degrees from Gordon Pass. The reef was created in 2015.  The water depths here are in the 40 to 53 foot range.

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