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Bonita Bay Community Association
The Community Association is the master association of Bonita Bay. All owners of a residential dwelling unit automatically become members of the Community Association. It is responsible for maintenance of common grounds, private parks, common roads, street lights, and lake and storm water management control. It is dedicated to maintaining the natural beauty and integrity of Bonita Bay and controlling access to the project via a 24-hour staffed gate and roving patrols. It is also responsible for the enforcement of the provisions of Declaration of General Protective Covenants and Restrictions for Bonita Bay. These restrictions protect the quality and beauty of Bonita Bay and enhance property values. In addition, the Community Association is responsible for recreational opportunities, which are plentiful with three private parks, miles of paved bike trails, and a Parcourse fitness trail within the community. A private beach club, available for the use of Bonita Bay residents and their guests, is located on the Gulf of Mexico.
The Bonita Bay Beach Club is the most popular of the three Community Association parks. The Beach Club is located at 27250 Hickory Boulevard on the Gulf of Mexico, approximately 10 minutes from the US 41 entrance to Bonita Bay. A shuttle bus is available seasonally from Bonita Bay to the Beach Club. Picnic pavilions, grills, showers, rest rooms, and free parking are provided for residents.
Riverwalk Park, at Bonita Bay’s southern border, is located on the Imperial River. The park offers two lighted all-weather tennis courts, a basketball court, a horseshoe pit, children’s playground, rest room facilities, canoe racks, boat docks and a launching ramp. The latest addition to Riverwalk Park is a twelve station fitness course called the Parcourse. Riverwalk Park’s 41 boat slips are currently for temporary mooring of residents’ boats. Fishing is allowed from Riverwalk Park.
Spring Creek Park is found at the northern end of Bonita Bay. Nature trails wind through peaceful bayhead areas, and an observation deck overlooks Spring Creek. A canoe launch, canoe racks, picnic sites, park benches, cooking grills, and a gazebo are provided for residents use.
Please contact the Bonita Bay Community Association (239) 495-8111 for more details or questions you may have regarding the functions of the Bonita Bay Community Association. The