The Coronado Estates community clubhouse and amenities are available for the sole use of residents and their invited guests.  Residents are responsible for the actions and behavior of their guests.  The clubhouse is a No Smoking facility. For Clubhouse Rentals: Owners are not allowed to sponsor or hold any event for a non-Coronado Estates Homeowner Association member.  Fundraising, corporate, political, commercial events are prohibited.  Owners may not require payment or admission charge from any attendees.  Rental requests are on a first come first serve basis for a fee of $150.00.
Spectacular welcoming gates on your arrival.  Residents enter with a vehicle bar code while visitors enter the community via the call box system.  The area is under camera surveillance.
Many homes have lake views and there is a lake fountain.
Coronado Estates resident ducks.
Our community clubhouse is centrally located near the entrance to the community.  It is surrounded by the tot-children's play area, tennis court, basketball, and the pool and spa.
The clubhouse is available to residents for private parties by reservation only.
Hours are 5:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Inside the clubhouse there is a large social room with a TV viewing area for watching the game with friends and for hosting private parties.  There is a kitchen for party set up.  Tables that seat a maximum of 8 comfortably, cushioned chairs, and table linens available for your use.
The fitness and wellness center is fully equipped with new cardio machines, treadmills, exercise cycles and a host of other equipment for strength and flexibility conditioning. 
Hours: 5:00 AM to 10:00 PM and is open 365 days a year
Laze by the pool with a good book, take a dip in the sparkling blue water or relax in the spa.
Practice your backhand, play singles or doubles or just bat the ball around with friends.  The tennis court is solely for residents and their invited guests.
Plenty of fun for toddlers and small children.  There are swings for older children as well.  No fear of falling on our artificial grass.
A little one on one, anyone?