Heron Pelican Bay was built in 1983 and is a high-rise community located at the southern end of Pelican Bay. Offering only 40 units (two units per floor), within 22 floors Heron at Pelican Bay showcases the beautiful views of Outer Clam Bay, Gulf and Pelican Bay. Most of the units provide nearly 2,000 square feet of living space while the two penthouse owners enjoy 3,500 square feet of living space. Amenities for residents and visitors at Heron Pelican Bay Naples FL including a community pool, bike and jog path, bike storage, exercise room, guest room, tennis court and many more. This high-rise building is positioned between St Nicole and St Tropez.
Pelican Bay Amenities
Residents of Heron may enjoy all the amenities and spoils of one of the best communities in Naples – Pelican Bay. With a prime location west of US 41 and amenities to suite every lifestyle, Pelican Bay is highly sought after by both seasonal and year-round residents, alike.
Miles of walking paths and nature trails throughout the community help foster a healthy lifestyle and organized activities, classes and sports are abundant. The fitness center features state-of-the-art equipment and a huge variety of group fitness classes. The new Community Center offers exciting opportunities for educational programs, games, art courses, and events. A similarly new Wellness Studio offers all the spa pampering one could desire without ever having to leave Pelican Bay. Of paramount importance to many are the golf and tennis opportunities Pelican Bay offers. The Club at Pelican Bay offers many different types of membership options ranging from full-time to limited golf to a dining social membership. The renowned 27-hole course is nestled in the heart of Pelican Bay and is surrounded by preserves and lakes. As for tennis, Pelican Bay has more than 18 courts, two pro shops, and lesson and league opportunities for all ages and experience levels.
Pelican Bay beaches are fine examples of Gulf front perfection, with three miles of pristine white, sugar-sand beaches, beautiful blue waters, and breathtaking sunsets. Residents can hop on one of many trams that stop at eight different stations for pick-up and drop off at two different beachfront locations, a feature that is a highlight for many residents. Once at the beach, dining and drinks are available in one of four restaurants, there are rest room facilities, a beach store, ice cream store and beach chair attendant service. Sailing, kayaking, and canoeing opportunities are also available through the Pelican Bay Foundation’s Sailing Club.