Luxury Amenities at BridgeWater
Bridgewater offers homeowners amazing amenities including the tranquility of five signature lakes located within the BridgeWater Community. In fact, almost every home site in this Lakeland new home neighborhood enjoys a beautiful water view.
The Lake Club Amenity Center, located on sparkling Lake Peggy, offers a resort style pool, clubhouse, fitness center, multi purpose sports courts, canoe launch, fishing dock, playground and open lawn area.
The neighborhood’s lifestyle director plans events and activities for the residents from family pool parties to adult only wine and cheese tastings.
“The Lake Club is the hub of the community we have all been waiting for,” says Tracy Brown, BridgeWater Marketing Coordinator. “It’s perfect for getting together with friends or building relationships with neighbors, featuring an inviting gathering area that serves as a party room or multi-purpose space for classes and activities.”
One of the most popular amenities is the state-of-the-art fitness center which features cardiovascular equipment, weight machines and free weights. Many homeowners are taking their health and fitness seriously. The fitness center overlooks the lanai that leads outdoors to the pool area. The resort-style pool features a beach entrance, where children can wade in at their own comfort level. There is a separate area for lap swimming.
Other outdoor amenities include a playground, tennis courts, multi-purpose sport courts and an open lawn area. A fishing dock and canoe launch will also be available soon allowing residents to fully enjoy the lakes of BridgeWater.
Situated on 185 acres in Polk county adjacent to BridgeWater, The Golf Club at BridgeWater is a semi-private golf course nationally ranked, Steve Smyers designed, 18-hole course and is open for play with BridgeWater residents having membership opportunities to The Golf Club. Golfers enjoy a links-style, par-71 course measuring about 7,200 yards. Five sets of tees provide a challenge for golfers of all abilities. Natural buffers enhance the surrounding wildlife, adding to the overall golf experience.
This is the 40th project for local golf course architect Steve Smyers, a two-time Polk County Amateur golf champion, who served on the United States Golf Association Executive Committee and has a notable reputation for building quality courses.