Details About West Bay Club
Ideally located on 868 acres adjacent to Estero Bay, with over 500 acres of nature preserve and wetlands, West Bay Club is a member owned, debt free community with golf, tennis and a private beach club that includes a Key West style dining facility along with a host of other exceptional amenities. Homes range from large single family residences to high rise living and everything in between. If you are looking for peace and quiet, West Bay Club is for you. No highway traffic or airport noises here. West Bay is located between Southwest Florida International Airport and Naples, with Captiva and Sanibel Islands nearby. There is shopping, dining and entertainment at Coconut Point Mall, Gulf Coast Town Center or the Miromar Outlets – all here in beautiful Estero, Florida. There’s also easy access to quality health care, including a new Lee Memorial Health Care complex at Coconut Point opening in 2018.
If you want to play golf or tennis, we have it! If you enjoy the camaraderie of a good game of bridge, mah jong or dominos, we have it! If water sports are your passion, we have our own gulf-access boat launch plus canoeing and kayaking facilities as well as a resort-sized swimming pool for you and your family to enjoy! If walking and wading at the beach is your thing, you will love our private beach club, complete with its own dining venue overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. If you prefer cultivating your creative side, the Bonita Arts League is nearby. If you want culture, it is a short drive south to the Artis-Naples Performing Arts Center and Baker Museum or a short drive north to the Barbara Mann Performing Arts Hall. Within no more than a 10 minute drive there are Lee County elementary, middle, and high schools as well as 15,000 student Florida Gulf Coast University. The West Bay Women’s Club provides social interaction and educational opportunities, including day trips and speakers as well as reaching out to those in need in Lee County. The West Bay Community Charitable Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)(3), actively fundraises within the community, for the benefit of local non-profits. And, let’s not forget the excitement of the sports teams at FGCU and the major league baseball teams who conduct spring training right here in SWFL.