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December 1, 2007
From journal Lehigh Resort Club
March 12, 2006
Everglades National Park is not too far! Best Things About the Resort:It is, in one word, a VACATION! The activities are numerous, and you can participate in whatever whenever you want!
We found our large studio unit just perfect and couldn't have asked for anything more! We had great views of the golf course from the rear of the unit. We were glad, too, that we had a first-floor end unit—that made it just terrific!
We are not golfers, but we could certainly see how much the golf is enjoyed by those who play! My hubby was so glad to be able to play tennis every weekday morning. I enjoyed the swimming pool tremendously! Including the water aerobic classes in all that SUNSHINE!Resort Experience:It's a truly family-friendly resort that's great for vacationers of every age!! It's very laid-back, with lots of relaxation opportunities!
Computer use is free, and you have 20 minutes at one time, longer if nobody's waiting!
There's bingo, ice-cream socials, root beer floats—all in the resort's Gazebo, which is fairly near to the swimming pool. There are very lovely grounds around the Gazebo, where you can "just sit and relax" on lawn chairs provided.
We enjoyed the cookout the resort hosted one evening, with hamburgers, hot dogs, and all that other good stuff. We ate at picnic tables, and it was just SO NICE—and we had some very friendly table companions, too.
There are free movies shown at least twice during the week. We felt that we were lucky to see "March of the Penguins."
We'll be looking forward to getting another exchange into Lehigh Resort in the future—HOPEFULLY, that will be possible!
From journal A Beautiful Week in Lehigh Acres Resort!!!
September 28, 2005
From journal Florida - The Keys and Everglades
by Mister TRB
Pine City, Minnesota
April 27, 2005
From journal Florida Road Trip
November 30, 2004
From journal Florida Fun
June 22, 2004
From journal Lehigh Acres Resort
Toms River, New Jersey
April 18, 2004
The pool and hot tub were very relaxing. They have a couple of community meals for the people staying at the resort at a nominal fee -- very enjoyable. My granddaughter was busy all the time at the resort. It was just a laid back vacation.
From journal Warm and Friendly
North Olmsted, Ohio
July 28, 2003
The resort has a number of scheduled activities during the week . . . ice cream socials, golf outing, etc. . . . most for a nominal fee. They also provide a number of tours (to Sanibel Island, Key West, Everglades, Seminole Casinos). These tours cost more ($30 to $75),but if you have the time and inclination and want to see these places without driving yourself, they are worth it.Resort Experience:There are eight buildings with approximately 10 units per building. There are screened in porches. The furniture is comfortable.
The resort also has a library onsite with two computers (their internet was down, however, during most of our visit). Since I needed to confirm airline reservations, I went to the local library (about two miles away). I wish I had gone there sooner. It is a wonderful facility.
The pool area is well landscaped with a 2' wading pool, hot tub, and playground. They also have a wonderful pagoda area that is used for the various activities. The entire pool area is gated off and you need your unit key to gain access. The wading pool, hot tub, and playground are also separately gated within the area.
I don't golf, but I understand from others I met there that their golf course is excellent.
The staff are friendly and helpful.
From journal Lehigh Acres
July 23, 2003
July 11, 2003
From journal Land of the "Acres"