Pickleball Courts in Bonita Springs, Naples, Estero
If you’re a buyer who enjoys the growing sport of pickleball, here is some information to help you sort through a little of the pickleball court confusion. Pickleball in the Bonita Springs area is growing in popularity. Many communities with tennis courts have pickleball courts on the tennis courts. Many of the communities are installing their own courts, space permitting. Those who do not have space find room just outside the gates. Keep in mind some of the communities in Bonita Springs were built and completed before pickleball was popular.
The MLS service that real estate listing agents use to sell homes lists community amenities. For example, it will list that a community has pickleball courts but not the number of courts. For those die hard pickleball enthusiasts it’s important to have enough courts to service the population of the community. I've been asking around and have a few great places to start your home search.
In Bonita Springs:
Pelican Landing in Bonita Springs has six pickleball courts.
The Colony at Pelican Landing is a gated area of Pelican Landing that has access to Pelican Landing amenities in addition to the amenities available exclusively to The Colony residents. This community has a beach park included with home ownership which is a bonus.
Bonita Bay has only 4 courts but it is a stellar community to consider. This community has a beach park included with home ownership.
Valencia Bonita is a new construction community (June 2018) that is going to have eight pickleball courts. It's a 55+ active adult community and the amenities are being built. They're unbelievable and the homes are very nicely appointed.
The community of Corkscrew Shores has six courts and Bella Terra has six courts.
The luxury resort community of Kalea Bay in Naples has eight courts.
Kensington in Naples is getting four new courts this fall; I don't know if that is in addition to what they already have.
Treviso Bay has six courts.
Last, you may find pickleball in several neighborhoods that may be a bundled golf community. They often have robust tennis programs/pickleball. It bears mentioning because the bundled golf is mandatory membership with golf fees typically in excess of $6,000 per year. If you do not golf it is a costly amenity for a feature you wouldn’t be using.
If you would like your community added to this list of pickleball communities comment or message the admin with the community name and number of courts.