Located on one of the area’s most pristine waterways, which runs along the north border of Bonita Bay, Spring Creek Park encourages exploration of Southwest Florida’s natural treasures.
The 13-acre Estero Bay Park site is being preserved to share its rich historical and archeological significance.
Member-owned since 2010, Bonita Bay Club is the only private country club in Southwest Florida to boast five acclaimed championship golf courses, 18 Har-tru tennis courts with two United States Professional Tennis Association Master Professionals, two Clubhouses, and a 10,000 square foot Fitness Center and Spa.
The club’s tennis center has 18 Har-Tru courts and one of the most active tennis programs in the region. The Fitness and Swim Center is a 10,000 square-foot fitness center with new Life Fitness equipment, licensed athletic and personal trainers, and a full range of spa services. The adjoining pool is an option for fitness classes, individual workouts or a relaxed swim.
The Bonita Bay Community Activities Center is the new home of the Community Activities Department. It is part of the Bonita Bay Community Association and is responsible for organizing a diverse variety of life-long learning lectures, art classes and many other educational classes.
Bonita Bay Marina is a full-service marina right on the Imperial River, just a short cruise from Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. We can accommodate a variety of watercraft in both our wet slips and dry storage.
Three Bonita Bay residents and 35 resident investors purchased Bonita Bay Marina and Backwater Jacks, a casual, waterfront restaurant, during summer 2013.
Riverwalk Park runs alongside Imperial River, which edges Bonita Bay on the south and provides direct access to Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico.
The Bonita Bay Sales Center showcases the Ronto Highrise “Seaglass” and the New Luxurious Family Homes with Stock Development.