Our Club

The residents of the 1,479 homes at Lexington Country Club are very proud to call this prestigious private community their full-time or part-time home.

An excellent location offers the advantage of being within minutes of Sanibel/Captiva and Fort Myers Beach on the Gulf of Mexico and the white sandy beaches, the Southwest Florida International Airport, and the City of Fort Myers business and entertainment districts. Lexington Country Club consists of both a Golf Village and a Lake Village. Outdoor activity includes our 18-hole championship golf course designed by Gordon Lewis, 12 lighted hydro-grid tennis courts, 6 heated swimming pools (consisting of 2 large heated community pools and several neighborhood pools), a Fitness Center and 3 bocce courts.

With Fort Myers year-round tropical climate, residents can enjoy desired daily activities to fit everyone's schedule.

The main clubhouse is elegantly decorated and offers a variety of dining experiences and menus. There are many scheduled events and functions where neighbors meet, dine and dance to the music of favorite entertainers. The beautifully appointed dining rooms, lounge, and verandah overlook the 9th and 18th holes, adding to a picturesque experience. These dining venues are available to members as well as non-members and for private functions. The General Manager and Staff are located in the main clubhouse for easy access to all the residents. The Island Club, with an outdoor Tiki Bar, Fitness Center, pool and jacuzzi, Computer Center, Library, meeting rooms and a beautiful sandy beach, accommodates the many informal social events and numerous activities.

Activities including crafts, painting, exercise classes, card games, mah jongg, quilting and more, are all designed to accommodate the many requests by our residents. Lexington also offers club activities such as boating, fishing, veterans, bocce, bridge, bicycling and many more. Lexington Country Club offers both an active lifestyle and quiet relaxation in one of the finest tropical settings in Southwest Florida. Many residents refer to it as "our own little paradise" and, upon visiting, we are sure you will agree.