ABOUT PELICAN LANDING
Pelican Landing is a master planned community of 3,350 residences, spread across 2,365 acres accented by lakes and preserves.
Its landscape is colorful and lush, and its winding roadways are shaded by canopies of towering palms and native oaks. Pelican Landing has gone to great lengths to preserve and enhance the natural environment. Cypress hammocks, protected wildlife and pristine wetlands are an integral part of the community's design.
The first home was built in 1989. Thirty years later, our community is fully built out with the exception of two available lots for single-family homes in Phase I (Pelican Landing) and two parcels for condominium towers in Phase II, The Colony Golf & Bay Club. Unless you purchase a home adjacent to these four parcels, you won’t have to contend with construction noise or dust here, as you will in communities that are still being built. You won’t have to wait for trees to grow along the streets or for landscaping to fill out. Ours are fully grown and meticulously maintained. Nor will you need to wait for amenities that exist only in developer brochures. Our amenities have been in place for years and are updated on a regular basis.
At Pelican Landing, you can choose from a variety of home styles — low-rise condos, attached or detached villas, cottages, estate homes, and high-rise condos with views over the Gulf of Mexico. Resale prices range from the $200s to $5 million plus. Approximately 30 percent of our owners are full-timers; the rest are snowbirds.
Pelican Landing residents enjoy active, social lifestyles. There are two country clubs with three 18-hole golf courses between them, a tennis center with 12 Har-Tru® courts, a fully-equipped fitness center, six pickleball courts, two bocce courts and a community center where residents gather to play games and socialize. There is a kayak/canoe park on Spring Creek, three fishing piers, a butterfly garden, and a marina on Estero Bay where residents can check out sailboats and kayaks and enjoy complimentary sailing lessons.
Pelican Landing’s crown jewel is an amenity no other southwest Florida community can match — our own 34-acre island in the Gulf of Mexico with sugar-sand beaches, accessible via shuttle boat.
With the exception of the country clubs and golf, access to all amenities are included with your annual HOA assessment, which also covers basic cable, internet and 24/7 privacy.
There is nothing “cookie cutter” about Pelican Landing. Though it is upscale, it isn’t glitzy, like many of the new communities going up in less desirable locations across Southwest Florida. The community is classic -- unpretentious, approachable, and breathtakingly beautiful. The Pelican Landing Community Association is financially sound, with generous reserves to enable continuous improvements and enhancements. Our owners are accomplished individuals who are actively involved in their community, highly social, and welcoming.
You’ll feel at home the moment you drive through the gates.