About Palm Pointe/Palm Isles




Palm Pointe/Palm Isles has two lighted tennis courts that get regular use by residents.





The pool is open year-round (but not heated). During the long, hot summer days, it is open until 10 p.m. In winter, it closes at dusk. 

The main pool measures 20 feet by 40 feet and is 3 to 6 feet deep. The kiddy pool is about 8 feet around and 16 inches deep. The cabana has a men's and a ladies' restroom.  




Look for your lot number here:

Palm Pointe map

Palm Isles map






The Homeowners Association provides for the care and upkeep of all landscaping in the front and side yards and common areas including a master irrigation system for the entire community. Mowing, trimming, plant replacement and fertilizing is included as well. The roads are private and gated with decorative street lighting throughout, 24 hour a day security is provided by the Martin Downs Property Owners Association to which we belong. Owner/Members receive basic digital cable from Comcast Cable as part of the provided services. The Board of Directors adopts a budget each November meeting to pay for these services. The 2017 assessment is $215 a month.


 COMMUNITY TV -- Channel 63



Four cameras show the swimming pool, the Palm Pointe gate and the Palm Isles gate. All are recorded 24 hours a day to capture security issues such as gate damage or pool damage.





The Palm Pointe/Palm Isles common areas are irrigated with water from the lakes. This is surface water, collected from runoff from rainfall. Each lake has a "pump station," which consist of a pump, motor and a recharge well to put water into the lake during periods of drought.

The "lakes" are actually storm water retention ponds, dug by the developer under permit from South Florida Water Management District. 

The lakes are connected to the neighboring communities. Water flows from our lakes, joins with runoff from Islesworth under Mill Creek and continues west under High Meadow Avenue, into the lakes of Sunset Trace. Then back east under High Meadows again, underground past Manero's restaurant, over a weir (in the CVS parking lot), then under Martin Downs Boulevard into the lake at The Meadows. It then continues through The Meadows, under Murphy Road, and into the Hidden River.