High Point Country Club is located approximately 3.2 miles from the center of Old Naples.
We are located about a mile from the beaches.
Coastland Shopping mall is less than a mile away, and the upscale Waterside Shops is a short drive from our doorstop.
Welcome to to the Friendliest Country Club in Naples
Beautiful SW Florida
Welcome to High Point Country Club, centrally located in Naples, Florida, composed of 473 condominium units, six pools and a 3-par executive golf course. Additional amenities include an exercise room and tennis courts.
Visitors have much to discover along the Paradise Coast of Naples, Marco Island & the Everglades. You’ll find escape, serenity and relaxing beachside fun along the Gulf of Mexico in beautiful Southwest Florida.
Enjoy pristine natural wilderness perfect for bird watching or outdoor adventure within close proximity of white sand beaches, exceptional accommodations, family attractions, world-class dining, arts and culture and excellent shopping.
For more information on hotel accommodations and attractions in Naples, Marco Island and the Everglades, call 1-800-688-3600 to request a copy of the free Official Visitors Guide magazine.
The Everglades are a natural region of subtropical wetlands in the south of Florida. It is composed of the southern half of an extensive watershed.
The Everglades system begins near Disney World and the Kissimmee River. The river discharges into the vast Lake Okeechobee on the way south.
Water leaving the Okeechobee in the wet season creates a slow-moving river about 55 miles wide to Florida Bay.
The Everglades have been formed by water and fire. They experience frequent flooding in the wet season and drought in the dry season.
Famous author Marjory Stoneman Douglas popularized the term "River of Grass" to describe the sawgrass marshes. These marshes are part of a complex system of ecosystems that include cypress swamps, the mangrove forests of the Ten Thousand Islands,
The Everglades also include hardwood hammocks, pine rockland, and the marine environment. Naples and the High Point Country Club are about 30 miles from the Everglades