Cape Coral Yacht Club - Come enjoy the beachfront center for Cape Coral recreation, relaxation, and family fun!
An elegant fountain welcomes guests ......... and when ground was broken in 1958 to begin building Cape Coral, the Yacht Club was one of the first structures built.
It was important to provide a meeting place and recreation for new residents and also to attract more residents to the Cape during the 1960's.
Today, the Yacht Club continues to provide these services and a whole lot more! I also think you'll get a kick out of the 60's architecture.
This original landmark is part of Yacht Club Community Park, which has a beach, pool, fishing pier, marina, boat launch, tennis, racquet ball, beach pavilion, and ballroom.
Throughout the years, the Yacht Club ballroom has been an interesting part of Cape Coral History and home to many weddings, parties, gatherings, meetings and events ....... along with 2 additional rooms that can be rented.
My daughter has enjoyed the Daddy-Daughter Dance, an event that happens there every January.
From the back of the ballroom, you can see the community public pool. Here's a video of the Cape Coral Yacht Club pool:
The Olympic-sized heated pool is open everyday from March to October from 10AM-5PM.
There is a kiddy pool too, it has a dewdrop fountain and underwater bubblers for some splashing good time!
Swimming lessons, water aerobics, exercise classes, birthday party packages, and other special events are offered throughout the year.
Annual and semi-annual memberships can be purchased and a picnic area can be rented for parties.
A small playground and shuffleboard court is right next to the pool.
Annual pool memberships run for one year, and Semi-Annual run for6 months from the date of purchase. Swim class fees and rentals are extra.
Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult 18 or older.
Also located in the Cape Coral Yacht Club building is the Tony Rotino Senior Center where senior citizens can enjoy various activities like fashion shows, teas, dinner dances, exercise or computer classes, day trips, excursions, and fairs.
Next to the Senior Center and across the parking lot are the racquet ball courts.
And, just beyond the racquet ball courts and pool is the Yacht Club marina.
Also called the Cape Coral or Yacht Club Basin, the marina has 89 boat slips can dock boats up to 55 feet long.
Daily, monthly, and annual slip rentals are available on a first-come first-serve basis.
The fuel dock is open 8AM-5PM, and 9AM-5PM on holidays ....... it has gas, diesel, bait, ice, pump-out station, restrooms, showers, washer and dryer.
Next to the marina are five lighted tennis courts that are open Monday-Friday from 8AM-9PM, and Saturday and Sunday from 8AM-5PM.
Walk-ins are welcome and memberships are available for purchase.
Sign up for programs such as Peewee Tennis, Moms Morning Out, Cardio Tennis, adult and child clinics, and round robins are offered.
And, let's not forget about the boat ramp!
Boating in Cape Coral is fantastic! It's only a few miles to Sanibel ....... Ft Myers Beach, Cayo Costa, Captiva, Cabbage Key, and the Gulf of Mexico are just beyond.
Cape Coral residents can buy a $50 annual parking decal for their boat trailer at the Yacht Club or at City Hall.
Parking your boat trailer for the day costs $10 which you pay for at a station at the ramp.
You can't miss the boat ramp, it's just beyond the entrance to the park next to Yacht Club Beach.
As you can see, there are so many fun things to do here, so make sure you get on over to the Yacht Club!
For more information contact:
Yacht Club Community Park
5819 Driftwood Pkwy
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