Explore Waterways of Naples

The community, Waterways of Naples, is a gated lakefront community featuring just over 400 homes developed around 150 acres of stocked sparkling freshwater lakes.  Waterways is a popular community for residents who live here year-round, including families with young children, multi-generational families and a wide range of people from other parts of the country as well as from other countries.  Waterways is located off Immokalee Road in Naples across a stunning bridge that leads to the Waterways development.  Waterways offers a close-knit neighborhood feel, with single-family homes featuring floor plans ranging from 1,800 to over 3,000 square feet.  The best part of Waterways is waterfront living, as almost 80 percent of the community’s homes are directly on the water.  

Amenities for Waterways’ residents feature a community clubhouse with a pool, lighted tennis courts, a beach volleyball court, a regulation-sized basketball court, children’s playground, a fishing pier and picnic area, 150-acres of stocked freshwater lakes, 2 miles of shoreline, fitness center and a 3-mile jogging trail.  Storage is available for boats, extra vehicles and camper.  The Waterways neighborhood features sidewalks for walking, jogging and bicycling.  In addition to sidewalks, the community includes tile roofs, fully irrigated lots and streetlights

All schools---elementary, middle and high school---are located within walking distance from Waterways.  It’s an easy walk without having to cross major roads to any of the schools.  The location is also convenient to parks, playgrounds and gardens. The beautiful gardens nearby showcase plants that can be grown in home gardens. The community is active and upbeat providing a comfortable lifestyle among Naples neighborhoods.  There are nearly 2 miles of shoreline, ideal for sailing, kayaking, canoeing and paddle boarding.  Golfers can play at the nearby public Valencia Golf and Country Club, just down the road located southeast of Waterways.  Waterways is in Naples off Immokalee Road, north of Oil Well Road and 9 miles east of I-75.

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