About Eagle Harbor
Eagle Harbor, a master-planned, resort-style community is located on Fleming Island. The community is bordered by Doctor's Lake and Black Creek. It is located in Clay County on Florida's First Coast, a mere 20 miles from downtown Jacksonville.¬ The original plan for the community began in 1989 and construction began in 1991. The first resident moved in the fall of 1993. Eagle Harbor has approximately 3400 homes and 6000 residents. Homes range from $150,000 up to $1.2 million.
Our community amenities consist of Northeast Florida’s largest soccer complex with 12 well-maintained fields, a tennis facility containing 12 Har-Tru courts staffed by USPTA professionals, and an 18-hole championship golf course including a full service pro-shop and restaurant. Recreation amenities include three aquatic centers.
A 10,000 square foot pool with sand beach area. This 2.5 million dollar super pool contains 350,000 gallons of water, a 110” water slide, diving boards, sand volleyball court and Snack Bar. The Swim Park was the first pool facility built in 1993.
Four pools within the facility including a year-round heated lap pool for adults (all residents in winter) and aquatic classes, a frog splash pool for young children, an aquatic play feature and a zero depth entry family pool for everyone to enjoy. The Waterfront Park is our main operational hub for all event, activity, program and class registrations. Waterfront Park was the second pool facility built in 1999.
Our newest facility, built in 2005, and has a unique log cabin appeal. This pool is nestled between a wildlife preserve and Black Creek - it’s truly amazing! Creekside has two pools within the facility to include a family pool and a toddler splash pool. The lanai is a beautiful screened in patio with tables and chairs and a fully equipped kitchen. This facility is a prime location for parties!
An old hunting cabin from the mid 1950s that is now used for fitness classes. The cabin is located on a 22-acre nature preserve surrounding two beautiful ponds.
Recreation and Aquatics Department
Offering a wide range of events, activities, programs and classes including theme parties for all ages, poolside games and activities, fitness classes, Red Cross aquatic classes, holiday parades, family dive-in (poolside) movies, field trips, swim lessons, a summer swim team and much more!
The yearly total average of visits to the pool facilities by residents is nearly 90,000! June is our busiest month with almost 20,000 residents entering the facilities. Aside from holiday weekends, the busiest day at the Swim Park is typically the day school lets out for summer, with an average of about 1,000 residents using the facility.
A to Z - Issues & Concerns
Need answers to questions? Although you will find answers to almost all of them here on our website, there is a single document to addresses most of your questions such as:
Algae & Alligators
Dogs & Fences
Street Lights & Electric Service
.... and many, many more. Click HERE to review this document.