The Brooks and The Commons Club in Estero, FL


The Brooks in Estero, Florida is a group of communities located between Routes 41 and 75  just south of Williams Road. It's spread out over 2,532 acres and encompasses five distinguished communities, four golf courses, and The Commons Club. In addition, residents of The Brooks are eligible to join The Commons Club which includes their exclusive beach club on Little Hickory Island as well as their private restaurant known as The Rookery. See below to read more about The Commons Club. View The Individual Neighborhoods Within The Brooks.

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Available Real Estate in The Brooks, Eligible for Membership at The Commons Club

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What are the Names of the Individual Neighborhoods of The Brooks in Estero?

Shadow Wood
Spring Run
Lighthouse Bay
Pebble Pointe 

Which Neighborhoods of The Brooks in Estero have Golf?

•Shadow Wood: 36 holes and golf is optional. The membership type is considered non-refundable equity.
•Spring Run: 18 holes and the membership type is bundled golf. 
•Copperleaf: 18 holes and the membership type is bundled golf.

Which Neighborhoods of The Brooks in Estero Don't Have Golf?

•Lighthouse Bay
•Pebble Pointe

Where is The Brooks in Estero?

The Brooks in Estero is located off of Coconut Rd just east of 41. 

Comprehensive Information on The Commons Club:

What is The Commons Club?

Everyone who lives in The Brooks is eligible to become a Beach Club member at The Commons Club. The Commons Club is headquartered in the Brooks between Copperleaf and Shadow Wood on the north side of Coconut Rd. It features a private restaurant known as The Rookery, pickleball courts, spa, fitness center, enrichment center, walking & biking paths, a fishing pier, and 1/2 court basketball and the beach club.

What is the beach club like at The Commons Club?

The Commons Club Beach Club is located between Bonita Beach and Lovers Key. It features a snack bar, cabanas, umbrellas & beach chairs, kayaks, paddleboards and bocce to name a few things. Members enjoy coming to the beach empty-handed and having all the conveniences at the beach just waiting for them. 

How Many Members Belong to The Beach Club at The Commons Club?

The Commons Club limits Gold Memberships to 1,575 members. You have to be a Gold Member to belong to the beach club.

What's the Story with The Rookery in The Commons Club?

The Rookery is a private restaurant open to all members of The Commons Club. The Rookery was updated in 2017 (prior to this it was called Rosie’s) and has a full-service patio overlooking scenic waterways and hundreds of roosting shorebirds.  As the social hub of The Commons Club, members come to The Rookery to enjoy live music on Tuesday nights for “Rockin’ the Rook,” Wednesday poker tournaments, and monthly lobster nights.

What is the Fitness Center Like at The Commons Club?

Open to members with Silver memberships and above, the state-of-the-art fitness center has all the equipment and personal instruction you need to help you reach your health and fitness goals.  In addition, members are welcome to join in outdoor yoga and meditation groups on The Commons Club’s stunning grounds!  

What Does the Spa Offer in The Commons Club?

At the Wellness Spa, Commons Club members can unwind with a hot-stone massage, facial, or any number of anti-aging treatments.  

Is The Commons Club Expensive?

With all of the luxury amenities that come with a membership to The Commons Club, you would normally expect to pay exorbitant dues.  However, compared to other Naples beach clubs, The Commons Club is a great value.  As a bonus, membership privileges extend to your parents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren!  If you purchase a membership within 30 days of buying a home in any neighborhood in The Brooks, The Commons Club offers a reduced initiation fee. Call the membership director direct at (239) 949-3816 for exact pricing.

What are the Membership Options for The Commons Club?

Gold Membership:
Includes the Beach Club, Health & Lifestyle Center, The Rookery Restaurant, Enrichment Center and Social Activities. 

Silver Membership:
Includes the Health & Lifestyle Center, The Rookery Restaurant, Enrichment Center and Social Activities.

Bronze Membership:
Includes The Rookery Restaurant, Enrichment Center and Social Activities.

Call the membership director direct at (239) 949-3816 or Click Here for More info on The Commons Club

Pictures of the Commons Club

Fishing Pier

Pickleball Courts


Basketball Court

Walking Path



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