About Grand Harbor

Vero Beach

From the early days of Grand Harbor in Vero Beach, Florida, golfers have been attracted to its two championship golf courses bearing the imprint of two masters of the game: Pete Dye and Joe Lee - but Grand Harbor was never just about golf.

Boaters are drawn to the 144-slip, deep-water marina that is sheltered 360 degrees from the weather and is readily accessible to the open sea through a choice of two nearby inlets. Fishermen are lured by the variety of sport and table catch in the estuarine waters of the Indian River, the reef-rimmed surf, and the coastal waters known as the Sailfish Capital of the World. Beach lovers come to stroll miles of quiet, uncrowded beaches and enjoy the luxury of swimming, sunning, and dining at the exclusive Grand Harbor Beach Club. Tennis buffs take advantage of 10 Fast-Dry clay courts, while nature lovers are enchanted by close encounters with the native plant and wildlife that abound in one of the world's most diverse estuary systems.

Vero Beach

But that's not all. Resident members are privy to the pleasures provided by the impeccably appointed Grand Harbor Club, where they can dine formally or casually, play cards, shop for top-of-the-line golf or tennis equipment, keep fit in the fitness center, take a dip in the over-sized heated pool, or party with friends. Indeed, you will be hard-pressed to find another gated, country club community that offers so much with such understated, but elegant surroundings.