Pelican Bay in Naples – is a 2,104 acre (or roughly 3.29 square miles) planned unit development. Construction of residences began in 1980 and with construction of luxury high rise condominium buildings continuing today. Pelican Bay has more than 65 neighborhoods within its boundaries, plus 27 holes of private golf, private beach, world class resorts, sophisticated shopping at the Waterside Shops, and the internationally acclaimed Artis – Naples.
Newest Properties Listed:
Pelican Bay has become Naples’ premier address of distinction. There are a full spectrum of residential lifestyles – single-family and estate homes, elegant villas, garden condos, mid-rise condos and luxury high-rise condos – and community amenities unmatched in other planned communities.
Pelican Bay Single Family Homes
Pelican Bay home subdivisions are: Barrington, Bay Colony Shores, Bay Villas, Bridge Way, Chanteclair Manor, Georgetown, Isle Verde, Jamestown, Las Brisas, Lugano, Oakmont, Pelican Bay Woods, Pinecrest, Pointe Verde, Saint Andrews, Sand Pointe, Strand, Tierra Mar, The Village, The Villas, Villa Lantana, Vizcaya, and Waterford. Select a subdivision for homes to the left.
Pelican Bay Low-Rise Condos
Pelican Bay condos in low rise (one to three story) buildings are: Avalon, Barrington Club, Beauville, Calais, Carlton Place, Chanteclair Masonettes, CocoBay, The Crescent, Glencove, Grand Bay, Interlachen, Laurel Oaks, Lugano, Oak Lake Sanctuary, Pebble Creek, Renaissance, San Marino, Sanctuary, Serendipity, St. Thomas, St. Simone, St. Vincents, The Pointe, Valencia, and Willow Brook. To select of these condominium complexes click on one the links shown to the left.
Pelican Bay Mid-Rise Condos
Pelican Bay condos in mid-rise (four to seven story) buildings are: Calais, Chateaumere, Hyde Park, Interlachen, Pebble Creek, The Crescent, and Valencia. To read more information about mid-rise condominium buildings click on one of the links to the left.
Pelican Bay High-Rise Condos
Pelican Bay condos in high-rise (more than eight story) buildings, generally classified as luxury condominiums are: Chateaumere Royale, The Brighton, The Carlysle, The Claridge, Contessa, Dorchester, Grosvenor, Heron, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, St. Marissa, St. Nicole, St. Pierre, St. Tropez, and Stratford.
Pelican Bay Life-Style
Enjoy dining at the beach pavilions, transportation via trams to the beach, tennis courts, bike and jogging paths, and fitness circuits. Boardwalks to the beach offer you the views of the nature preserve and birds unique to the area. View information about the Pelican Bay golf course.
The beach facilities are located directly on the Gulf of Mexico at the end of the boardwalks.
Pelican Bay’s beachside pavilions provide food service, open and covered deck areas, showers, dressing areas, and separate restrooms for both men and women. Beach chairs, cabanas, and umbrellas are available.
At the end of the south boardwalk is the Sand Bar, while at the end of the north boardwalk is the Sandpiper Beach Club. Casual atomsphere at the beachside restaurants make them a popular and inviting choice for the residents.
The Picnic Pod, located at the south end of the beach features picnic tables and gas grill.
The facilities are for the exclusive use of residents and their guests.
Many special and holiday events events are held at the beach facilities.
A limited number of canoes are available. Some are located at the north end boardwalk, as well as at the Calm Pass Park facility to the south. In addition, there are a few sunfish and lasers also at the south end of the beach.
There are two locations for tennis courts:
1) Commons Park has 10 tennis courts – two hard surface courts and 8 Har-Tru courts.
2) Hammock Oak Park has another 8 Har-Tru courts, and equipped with lights for night use.
Tennis are available from the tennis pro and staff.
Parks and Nature Trails:
There are four parks within Pelican Bay:
Commons is a 10 acre park, where you will find the administrative offices of the Pelican Bay Foundation, tennis courts, tram station, shuffleboard and horseshoe courts.
Hammock Oak park in the northeast section has tennis courts, open fields, horseshoe and shuffleboard courts.
Oakmont Park has bike paths and a children’s play area, as well as a preserve of turkey oaks. Part of the park runs along the banks of lake.
Ridgewood Park, faces a lake, it has a 10 station fitness circuit, a chickee hut with picnic table, and a children’s playground.
Both boardwalks to the beach are 1,800 feet long and wind their way through mangrove forests, coastal conservation areas and over portions of the inner bay system.