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PGA Village

Welcome to Our Community

The board members and residents of our association know our community is more than just a place to live – it’s a place to call home. Whether you’ve recently moved in, are a long-time resident, or are looking for the perfect place to move, we invite you to navigate through this website to learn more about our community. Thanks for stopping by!
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About Us

PGA Village is centrally located within Florida’s Treasure Coast. The Treasure Coast includes the counties of Indian River, St. Lucie and Martin, and runs from Jupiter and Hobe Sound on the South to Vero Beach and Sebastian on the North. The Treasure Coast includes the cities of Stuart, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Port St Lucie, and Fort Pierce. The name Treasure Coast first came into use in the 1960s and refers to the treasure from a Spanish fleet that sank near the Sebastian Inlet during a hurricane in 1715. The designation achieved common usage during the 1980s as a means for residents to distinguish the area from the Gold Coast of Miami to the South and the Space Coast (Cape Canaveral) to the North.

The Treasure Coast offers a variety of cultural and sporting attractions to fit the tastes of almost every family. The area’s numerous lagoons and rivers and the major Atlantic inlets at Stuart, Fort Pierce and Sebastian offer fisherman easy access to both saltwater and freshwater fishing venues. Lake Okeechobee lies about 30 miles to the west of Port St Lucie. It is more than 730 square miles in size and is the second largest lake (behind Lake Michigan) located entirely within the 48 states. The Lake is renowned for its largemouth bass and offers fishing excursions and events for both the casual and serious fisherman. Additionally, the Indian River Lagoon and the Port St Lucie River offer vacationers kayaking and boating adventures. Several lake and marshland habitats located within the Treasure Coast are home to alligators and other wildlife.

Guided airboat tours are an enjoyable way for the entire family to view these creatures in their natural environments. There are also local boat touring opportunities for residents or tourists wishing to view manatees and other marine life or to view properties on the residential waterways of Jupiter Beach and other nearby towns.

Port St Lucie is the spring training home of the New York Mets at Clover Park which is only a few minutes from the front gate of the PGA Village. Clover Park is also the home of the minor league Port St Lucie Mets baseball team that plays in the Florida Citrus League. Finally, Port St Lucie’s central location on Florida’s Atlantic Coast means that residents have access to all the central and south Florida professional sports teams in Miami, Tampa and Orlando. The residents of PGA Village can also enjoy numerous local cultural and entertainment options, including movies, nightclubs and restaurants, as well as four major concert and theatre halls located within an hour’s drive. There are several museums within the Treasure Coast including the Elliott Museum in Stuart, the Vero Beach Museum of Art, and the Sebastian Area Historical Museum.

Fort Pierce is home to the Navy Seal Museum. Further south in the West Palm Beach area are the Norton Museum of Art and Lion Country Safari. And, the more adventurous can easily get to the delightful Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach. Below, we offer links to a number of local government offices and private organizations and other attractions and entertainments that might be of interest to both property owner and visitors to the PGA Village.