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                Recent Villages of Emerald Bay Reviews

                Welcome to Paradise Indeed

                4 of 5
                The Villages of Emerald Bay provides the stepping off point for many of the attractions of SW Florida. You may partake in fashion shopping in downtown Naples to visiting the outlet mall at Coconut Point. The Naples zoo, the zoological gardens, Cypress Preserve (check the utube panther run on the walkway), and the everglades are all easy day trips. Wonderful beaches are a short drive or bike ride away. An ice cream shop is on the way to Bare Foot Beach. A beach parking pass may be purchased or pay by the visit. A state park visitor pass may be purchased at a discount if you are a veteran (bring your DD214). Golf is near and tee times are available on services like “Golf Now”. I liked Panther Run in Ave Marie (east of Naples). It was further away, but I felt it was worth the drive. Fort Myers is 30 miles to the north where both the Twins and Red Sox hold their spring training. It is also home to the amazing Edison museum and a manatee park. The biggest asset of the Villages is the resident. Everyone is very friendly and we learned many names (usually their dog before the owner). Some of the activities are pool exercise, tennis, golf league (ladies and men), Saturday morning coffee, BBQ dinner, Going Away Party, Mahjong, and Bridge. There are two heated pools and tennis courts. The living facility is what you see in the ad. It is furnished as advertised. Keep in mind that it is an upstairs unit.
                • Submitted: Apr 21, 2016
                • Stayed: Jan 2016