In the quaint little town of Naples, where the senior population drastically outweighs the younger generation, there isn’t much for teens to do during the summer.
“When I’m not traveling during the summer, Naples tends to be rather monotonous,” freshman Riley Herzer says.
Before falling in the same rut, here are some options that could help.
Here are a few things to do to keep summer interesting:
Naples Segway tour:
to see some of Naples local landmarks for two hours it has a price tag of $79, but is so worth the cool and different experience.
Throughout the summer, botanical gardens is open to walk and enjoy the different sights in wildlife. Either walk through the gardens consisting of flowers from all over the world, or to a great shopping area and restaurant.
For pricing in for visit: https://www.naplesgarden.org/
Renting jet skis and parasailing:
At Bonita Jet skis and parasailing at Doc’s Beach House you can enjoy jet skiing, boat rentals, paddle boarding, and parasailing.
The Naples Zoo offers a great volunteer program over the summer for all sorts of animal lovers. From educating guests about all the animals, to helping care for the animals. The Naples Zoo offers to teach new skills to those willing to learn.
Apply at: http://napleszoo.org/volunteer
ArtSmart summer camp:
At the Artis of Naples, art lovers can get hands-on art experience while being offered a potential scholarship to those who work hard. There’s only 50 spots available however.
For more details visit: http://artisnaples.org/education/student/artsmart/summer-camp