Resale R800328

Lehigh Resort Club

Lehigh Acres, Florida

$1,902 (Maint. Fee: $589.00)

  • Week: 18 (Medium Season) cal
  • Maintenance Fee: $589.00
  • Ownership Type: Deeded
  • Use: Annual
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Posted by: Joseph T.

Resale R800328

Lehigh Resort Club

Lehigh Acres, Florida
    • 2 Bedrooms
    • Sleeps 6 Sleeps icon: familyCreated with Sketch.
    • Beds 2 King
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    • View: Varies
    • Building/Unit: 907
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    • Coffee Maker
    • Dishwasher
    • Microwave
    • Oven
    • Patio or Balcony
    • Stovetop
    • Toaster
    • Washer & Dryer (In Unit)
    • No Pets
    • No Smoking
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  • Lehigh Resort Club

    Lehigh Acres, Florida

    Lehigh Resort Club, situated on over sixty acres of gorgeous southwest Florida property, is loaded with amenities and activities to enhance every moment of your vacation. A nine-hole golf course on premises also you to practice your game. Or, choose to relax by the outdoor heated pool or in the whirlpool spa. Soak up the sun while enjoying a meal at the resort's grill and picnic area. Those with a passion for activity can enjoy tennis, ping-pong, basketball, volleyball and handball courts. Meanwhile, younger vacationers will love the children's pool, putt-putt golf course and playground.

    At Lehigh Resort Club, you can choose from a studio, one-bedroom or two-bedroom unit based on your group size - studios are best suited for two, while one- bedrooms can sleep four and the spacious two-bedroom units offer enough room for up to six. All one-bedroom and two-bedroom units include a full kitchen, while studios come ready with a kitchenette with microwave and disposal. No matter which style you opt for, enjoy air-conditioning, TV, screened patio or balcony and plush carpeting in your home-away-from-home.

    From Lehigh Acres, enjoy unprecedented access to world-class golf right next door. In addition, the sunny beaches of Ft. Myers and Sanibel Island are a short forty minute drive away. The resort is located in a quieter area of Florida, away from much of the noisy nightlife of the larger cities. The quiet town of Lehigh Acres features restaurants, shopping, spas and fishing. If you are craving a change of pace, Orlando theme parks, Key West, and the Everglades are a few hours' drive away.

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    • Avatar for earlineb5
      By earlineb5 Sep 23, 2014

      Lots of planned activities for family, golf for a fee, free mini golf, evening food for a small fee some nights, well maintained with lots of upgrades. Within driving distance to Ft. Myers Beach, amusement center for children and lots of restaurants near by. We loved our week with a great and friendly staff! They will not disappoint!

    • Avatar for tj5654
      By tj5654 Dec 18, 2010

      This resort is an older resort, but very well maintained. Nice pool area, also tennis and basketball courts, shuffleboard, and a well kept miniature golf course make for a lot of on site activities, and the recreation staff have daily activities to bring a fun family atmosphere to all staying there. Most owners seem to have been coming here for a long time and are friends on vacation. The adjacent golf course make this a nice home away from home place to relax and spend some quality time. The only slight drawback is that it is located away from any Ft. Meyers area attractions, but they are driveable, usually 30-45min away. We enjoyed our time here very much.

    • Avatar for nancy302
      By nancy302 Feb 2, 2008

      This is one of those resorts that keeps getting better. They listen to the owner's and lots of owner's stay here only and never exchange. We own a week here and have traded in to get another week during school vacation because we meet the same families here every year. My kids used to want to stick around because of all the activities and my husband and I wanted to drag them away to go to the beach. Finally, we got smart and sat back at the beautiful, heated pool, which is gated and locked, with them where many activities are held. All the pool lounges have cushions, cushions! like the comfy ones you buy for your yard. The rec staff sets them up every morning and there are always enough for everyone during the peak week we go. Clean, well-maintained, and now we own the tennis courts and golf course, gym, basketball courts, everything, all on site.Don't tell too many people- I want to be able to get in when I want!

    • Avatar for bonnie405
      By bonnie405 Sep 12, 2006

      My family and I have stayed here for the past 3 years. For retirees who don't want to travel far there are many activities daily to keep you busy and plenty of people like yourself to make friends with. Yes for the golfers there is plenty of golf around. For families who want to just kick back and relax kids will love the pool, mom and dad the many activities that can be enjoyed by all family members no matter their size. For beach goers this probably is not the perfect place as you do have to travel. Depending on the time of day you go you can hit the beaches within half hour to an hour. For everyone if you don't mind driving there are plenty of things to do when you get restless from lying by the pool. Things my family has done (including the Senior parents) gone to Sanibel Island beaches, Fort Myers beach, shopping in Fort Myers, dining out in various locations, traveled to see the locks and have gone on numerous occasions to Immokalee to gamble at the casino (yes and we have driven to the Everglades....)

    • Avatar for hawaiiker
      By hawaiiker Apr 28, 2005

      Stayed here for a week. If you want to be near a beach, don't stay here! I found that this resort is for people wihtout kids or the retired group. Lots of activities & free stuff. They even have internet for free! WalMart super store is nearby. I have to agree with all the other reviews about the place----It's very quiet, laid back & restful.

    • Avatar for tomjoanne
      By tomjoanne Jul 30, 2004

      The resort consists of 10 two story buildings containing approximately 150 units. The resort is laid back with multiple daily activities which are free or very inexpensive (the highest we paid was $5 per person for the pool side cookout - it was filling). Although you are not on the beach, it is very relaxing and enjoyable. There are many activities within a half hour including the beach and live theater. We own there and return every year because of the resort. Also, if you are interested in buying, you must contact the resident agent as he will not come to you and the prices are reasonable. Why do you think we bought there 2 years ago.

    • Avatar for sadiegae
      By sadiegae Jan 22, 2004

      The condo unit itself was nice and clean, and had a screened in porch. However, unless you are there to golf, you are not near anything. We drove 45 minutes to the beach every day. It just wasn't what we had in mind.

    • Avatar for johnkoza
      By johnkoza Feb 15, 2003

      Lehigh has to be one of the most under rated resorts in SW Florida. There are many in-house activities so you don't have to leave the resort to have a good time. The activites staff are friendly and there is something going on every day. There are also many tours originating from the resort to various sourthern FL tourist attractions. The pool and gazebo area are very nice. The whole resort has been recently renovated and they are building a new admin/rec building. Unlike many resorts, the use of facilities and activities are either free or at cost. Very quiet, laid back and restful.

    • Avatar for jo
      By jo Jan 24, 2003

      Lots of activities going on each day. Resort is small enough that you get to know others staying there. Most units face the golf course or pond. Grounds are well kept. Units are very clean and recently updated. Pool area is very nice and I love the gazebo area where you can get complimentary coffee each morning. Grocery store right down the street. Staff is very friendly and helpful.

    • Avatar for hankvl
      By hankvl Jan 22, 2003

      What I liked the most was the two golf courses available to guests. Our 1 BR accomodation overlooking the on-site golf course was great.

$1,902 (Maint. Fee: $589.00)

  • Week: 18 (Medium Season) cal
  • Maintenance Fee: $589.00
  • Ownership Type: Deeded
  • Use: Annual
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Posted by: Joseph T.