The over 2,400 acres of Pelican Landing are bordered by the pristine waters of Spring Creek, Estero Bay and preserves. The entire community is centered around a spectacularly beautiful 36-hole golf course. The very extensive use of water helps create a challenging but reasonable course layout at Pelican’s Nest Golf Club.
Careful planning and development of Pelican Landing has preserved the pristine natural beauty of this community. Winding roadways throughout the community are shadowed by majestic live oaks, pine trees and other native trees and vegetation. Intimate neighborhoods are filled with wild palmettos, slash pines, and Florida’s state tree, the sabal palm. Homeowners are encouraged to use existing vegetation in their landscape plans and to supplement with native plants as much as possible.
A pristine 34-acre gulf island Beach Park is one of Pelican Landing Community Association’s amenities. Located at the northern end of Big Hickory Island, the Beach Park is accessible by Pelican Landing’s boat shuttles from Coconut Point Marina. Visitors enjoy swimming, sunning, shelling, and bird watching. Facilities include an attractive, elevated beach house with open decks, restrooms, shower facilities, nature library, two beach bocce courts, two open-air picnic pavilions, and a large screened in picnic pavilion with deck.
Pelican Landing offers a wide range of real estate options, from luxury million dollar estate homes to affordable townhomes and condos. If you have questions about Pelican Landing or to inquire about other Fort Myers real estate options, please contact us via email or phone.
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