Naples, Texas

By | May 28, 2023

According to A2ZCAMERABLOG, Naples, Texas is located in the far northeast corner of Texas, just off of U.S. Highway 59 and near the Oklahoma border. It has a humid subtropical climate, with hot summers and chilly winters. The city was founded in 1884 when the Santa Fe Railroad built a line through town. The economy is largely driven by agriculture; cotton and hay are two of the main crops grown in this area. There are a few businesses that have opened up around town, such as an auto repair shop and a local cafe.

Naples is served by two school districts: the Naples Independent School District and the Pittsburg Independent School District. The city has several landmarks including an old water tower, an old train depot, and an old wooden bridge that spans across Lake Bob Sandlin. In terms of politics, Naples is part of Camp County which leans heavily Republican in its voting patterns. There are several churches throughout town such as First Baptist Church of Naples, St John’s Catholic Church, and First United Methodist Church of Naples which serve as active centers of faith for residents in the community.

Population: 1,410. Estimated population in July 2020: 1,405 (-0.4% change)
Males: 644 (45.7%), Females: 766 (54.3%)

Morris County

Zip code: 75568

Median resident age: 41.1 years
Median household income: $22,986
Median house value: $39,900

Races in Naples:

  • White Non-Hispanic (64.1%)
  • Black (33.8%)
  • American Indian (1.4%)
  • Two or more races (0.9%)
  • Hispanic (0.6%)

Ancestries: United States (28.2%), Irish (8.6%), German (6.7%), English (4.3%), Scotch-Irish (2.1%).

Elevation: 459 feet

Land area: 2.4 square miles

Naples, Texas


The population of Naples, Texas is currently estimated to be 1,244 people. Naples is a small rural town located in the eastern part of the state, approximately 30 miles from the nearest city. The majority of residents are White Americans, making up a full 89% of the population. Other ethnicities represented in Naples include African Americans (7%), Hispanic or Latino (2%) and Asian (1%).

The median age in Naples is 37 years old and the gender split is almost even, with slightly more women than men living in town. The median household income for the area is $43,839 and nearly 95% of households own their homes. Unemployment rate in Naples is low at 3%, which may be due to its close proximity to larger cities that offer more employment opportunities. Education levels are also high with over 90% of adults having at least a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

Naples has a vibrant small-town atmosphere where community spirit runs high. Local events such as parades and festivals are held throughout the year to bring residents together and celebrate their hometown pride. There are several local churches that serve as hubs for religious activities as well as social gatherings such as potlucks and Bible study groups. The town also boasts several parks where residents can enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and fishing.

For population 25 years and over in Naples

  • High school or higher: 71.3%
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher: 13.0%
  • Graduate or professional degree: 3.6%
  • Unemployed: 9.2%
  • Mean travel time to work: 25.2 minutes

For population 15 years and over in Naples city

  • Never married: 18.4%
  • Now married: 52.5%
  • Separated: 3.5%
  • Widowed: 11.9%
  • Divorced: 13.7%

1.1% Foreign born

Population change in the 1990s: -88 (-5.9%).


Hospitals/medical centers near Naples:



Airports certified for carrier operations nearest to Naples:

  • TEXARKANA REGIONAL-WEBB FIELD (about 52 miles; TEXARKANA, AR; Abbreviation: TXK)
  • EAST TEXAS RGNL (about 57 miles; LONGVIEW, TX; Abbreviation: GGG)
  • COX FLD (about 61 miles; PARIS, TX; Abbreviation: PRX)

Other public-use airports nearest to Naples:

  • GREATER MORRIS COUNTY (about 6 miles; DAINGERFIELD, TX; Abbreviation: 8F5)
  • MOUNT PLEASANT RGNL (about 21 miles; MOUNT PLEASANT, TX; Abbreviation: OSA)
  • MANNING FIELD (about 35 miles; JEFFERSON, TX; Abbreviation: 6F7)

Colleges and Universities

Colleges/universities with over 2000 students nearest to Naples:

  • KILGORE COLLEGE (about 58 miles; KILGORE, TX; Full-time enrollment: 2,814)
  • TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE (about 69 miles; TYLER, TX; Full-time enrollment: 5,872)
  • THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT TYLER (about 74 miles; TYLER, TX; Full-time enrollment: 2,433)
  • BOSSIER PARISH COMMUNITY COLLEGE (about 81 miles; BOSSIER CITY, LA; Full-time enrollment: 2,743)
  • TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY-COMMERCE (about 86 miles; COMMERCE, TX; Full-time enrollment: 4,998)
  • LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY-SHREVEPORT (about 94 miles; SHREVEPORT, LA; Full-time enrollment: 3,059)
  • SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY MAIN CAMPUS (about 103 miles; MAGNOLIA, AR; Full-time enrollment: 2,646)


Library in Naples:

  • NAPLES PUBLIC LIBRARY (Operating income: $40,040; Location: 101 WALNUT ST; 10,710 books; 78 audio materials; 436 video materials; 11 serial subscriptions)