Colliers Reserve is a golf club community set on an Audubon nature sanctuary. Nestled along the Cocohatchee River, it's not uncommon to see deer, raccoons, bob cats and coyotes (and more!) in this community. The entrance to Colliers Reserve is a long and winding tree-lined road. As much of the natural surroundings as possible were left untouched during development creating a beautiful natural setting.
Colliers Reserve features custom single family estate homes starting at $1 million. Golf or social membership to the Colliers Reserve Golf Club is mandatory here.
This is a convenient north Naples location, close to grocery stores (including Trader Joes and Whole Foods!) and many shops and restaurants. There is a very popular pizza restaurant called New York Pizza and Pasta adjacent to Colliers Reserve. Across the street at the Granada Shops is a very popular breakfast restaurant called First Watch. Be sure to check out our "Guide to Good Eats" for more restaurant recommendations in North Naples.
Colliers Reserve is about 3 miles from Delnor-Wiggins state beach park featuring beach and bay side water access for kayaking, paddle boarding, beach yoga or sunset watching. In the state of Florida, State Park passes cost $60 per person annually or $120 for a family of up to 8 annually. Without a pass, parking costs $6 per vehicle or $2 for pedestrians or bicyclists.
Children in Colliers Reserve are zoned for Naples Park Elementary, North Naples Middle School and Gulf Coast High School.