Collier's Reserve is a private country club community comprised of 228 single-family home sites nestled along the Cocohatchee River, one of South Florida's most pristine natural waterways. An Arthur Hills designed 18-hole championship golf course embraces the river at several points along the 488-acre site. Collier County’s founder, Barron Collier, originally acquired the property in 1923 and approximately 1/3 of the community is in the form of a protected natural preserve.
At the heart of Collier's Reserve is the private equity country club featuring the Boathouse for casual riverside dining, the Clubhouse for casual, formal, or private dining, Har-Tru tennis courts, pool, and comprehensive golf facilities. The community is located on the north side of Immokalee Road and has a manned entry gate and also offers excellent privacy.
Lot sizes range from 1/3 to 3/4 of an acre, and all residents can enjoy a golf or lake view, with the exception of 15 prime riverfront home sites. Although each home is custom designed, a review committee maintains architectural standards; and 2,500 square feet is the minimum home size permitted within the community.