24 hours a day, 7 days a week; for medical, fire or police emergencies, call 911; for vehicle accidents when there is damage to another’s property or injuries, call 911. After hours or on the weekends, if non-emergency assistance is needed, call the gatehouse at (239) 543-4489 and the officer will direct your inquiry to the proper staff member. Please report any suspicious activity to the Gatehouse or the Lee County Sheriff Department (239) 477-1000.

AED (Automated External Defibrillation) Locations

AED units are utilized to provide early intervention for cardiac emergencies to increase survival rate. AEDs are available in the following six areas:

  • Clubhouse Lobby – To the West entrance of the door

  • Off of Hole # 13 - Corner of Via Montana Way and Skyler Drive

  • Fitness Center Lobby – Inside left wall

  • Pickleball Courts – On the Northern facing fence

  • Tennis, Bocce, Shuffleboard Restroom Area

  • Golf Pro Shop - Starter Shack

Lightning Detection

The Recreation District has a lightning detection device with a sound system which operates from 7:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. In the event of inclement weather, one long, continuous siren alerts that lightening is in the area. All play is to cease and players are to take safe cover. Three short, separate siren sounds signal that lightening has cleared the immediate area. If the lightning warning siren sounds the Pro Shop will have the only authority to resume play or to close the Golf Course, as conditions warrant.

Please note that the National Weather Service says Florida is the lightning capital of the country, with more people dying from strikes in the state each year than any other state. It is important that players take the system seriously and play at their own risk.


It is important to remember that all of Florida's native species contribute to balanced ecosystems. Believe it or not, you’re in their territory. Most wild animals don’t like it when you invade their space. Please do not feed the alligators, birds, ducks, raccoons or any other wildlife! For all wildlife concerns please contact the HGRD Administration Office at (239) 731-4501.