Things To Do
In and Around Pelican Sound

As a tenant leasing in Pelican Sound, you become a temporary member of the Golf Club and the River Club. In addition to serving as Pelican Sound's 19th Hole, the Mediterranean-style Golf Club's 18,000 square-foot premises combine architectural splendor with understated elegance and a full range of amenities including casual and formal dining, a grill room and bar, a golf pro shop, a small fitness center, men's and ladies's locker rooms and restrooms.

Activities (on site or nearby): Golf, Tennis, Fitness Center, Biking, Miniature Golf, Fishing, Wildlife Viewing, Shopping, Restaurants, Live Theater, Cinemas, Museums, Sightseeing, Swimming, Boating, Sailing, Windsurfing, and Jet-skiing if it floats your boat.
SHOPPING - Three great malls, 5, 7 and 10 minutes away!
- Coconut Point
- Miromar Outlet Mall
- Gulf Coast Town Center
Here are some pictures of Coconut Point Mall
- Edison-Ford Winter Estates
- Ft. Myers Historical Museum
- Ft. Myers Symphony
- Florida Repertory Theatre
- Alliance of the Arts Gallery
- Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall & Gallery
- Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre and the Off Broadway Palm Theatre
- Eden Vineyards and Winery
- Florida Everblades Ice Hockey
- Minnesota Twins Spring Training
- Manatee World
- Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium
- Gulf Coast University

- Philharmonic Center for the Arts
- Sugden Community Theatre
- Collier County Museum - 10,000 years of local history
- Teddy Bear Museum of Naples
- The Von Liebig Art Center
- Gallery Row on Third Street South offers an array of diverse a - Corkscrew Swamp
- Lake Trifford
- The Conservancy Naples Nature Center
- Caribbean Gardens, The Zoo of Naples
- The Conservancy Briggs Nature Center
- Collier-Seminole State Park
- Fakahatchee Strand State Preserve
- Everglades National Park, Ten Thousand Islands, Big Cypress National Preserve
The Pelican Sound community rests on the banks of the Estero River which flows in to the Estero Aquatic Preserve and leads to Lover's Key State Recreation area. The entrance from Corkscrew Road is protected by Koreshan State Park plus the Barefoot Beach State Preserve and Delnor Wiggins State Recreation Area are just short drives away.
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