Not only has Bonita Bay Club been named one of America’s Greenest Clubs, but it is the first private club in the country to earn the distinction.
Bonita Bay Club’s green initiatives, programs and activities contributed to its America’s Greenest Clubs designation from Prevo Health Solutions, a purpose-driven sustainability company that recognizes clubs that have implemented eco-friendly practices such as increasing conservation and recycling efforts, and reducing energy and water consumption.
“Bonita Bay was founded on a vision of sustainability and living in harmony with nature,” said Dan Miles, Bonita Bay Club general manager and chief operating officer. “That purposeful philosophy continues today, driven by a shared commitment and environmentally conscious culture among our club members and employees.”
The America’s Greenest Club distinction complements Bonita Bay Club’s Audubon Sanctuary designation and its Distinguished Club, Platinum Club and America’s Healthiest Clubs recognitions.
“With the tremendous support of its members, board and staff, Bonita Bay Club leads by example,” said Rick Ladendorf, Prevo’s Founder and CEO. “Their innovative leadership team has created a club of choice that is also known for being a great employer and a good neighbor.”
Bonita Bay Club has recently opened up a limited number of full golf memberships for candidates residing outside of Bonita Bay. Members enjoy three Arthur Hills-designed courses within the 2,400-acre Bonita Bay community, located between Naples and Fort Myers, as well as two Tom Fazio courses spanning more than 1,000 acres of preserved cypress wetlands and pine flats with no residential development at the nearby Bonita Bay Club Naples. The club’s newly designed Sports Center offers 18 Har-Tru tennis courts and one of the region’s most active tennis programs directed by a USPTA Master Professional, five new pickleball courts, and a zero-entry resort-style pool. Nearby, the 60,000-square-foot Lifestyle Center features a state-of-the-art fitness center, spa and salon. For more information, visit www.bonitabayclub.net or call the membership office at 239-949-5061.