Located off of Collier Boulevard, this gated community consists of 397 single-family homes that are close-knit. It is probably one of the most family-oriented communities there is in Naples. Residents here have the ability to put a swing set or trampoline in their backyards or a basketball hoop in the driveway. They can even put on fences to create a friendly neighborhood atmosphere. Side walks that go through the neighborhood are wide welcoming skates, scoters, wagons, strollers and can accommodate the occasional hop scotch game, which is perfect so kids get to go out and play with the neighbors kids instead of being stuck inside watching TV or playing computer games. Plans are underway to create a biking and walking paths.

As a testament to how family-oriented this community really is, you are welcomed with a sign that says “It’s great to grow up at Indigo Lakes” at the entrance.

Children at Indigo Lakes are able to walk to school and it is safe to do that. the community is close to the schools of the Collier County School District, which is one of the best in the country. You are assured that your children get quality education with Laurel Oak Elementary, Oak Ridge Middle School and Gulf Coast High School.

Indigo Lakes has a 3,300 square foot clubhouse that houses two good-sized gathering rooms with a full kitchen service. The clubhouse also has a fitness facility with an array of exercise equipments and changing rooms. There are basketball and tennis courts that you can enjoy day or night and the pool has a designated kid area so everyone in the family can enjoy worry-free.

Arrowhead is a public golf course located nearby where enthusiasts can enjoy a challenging game.

Residences at Indigo Lakes are single-family homes in varying sizes that range from 3000 to 5000 square feet of living space. It comes in 4-5 bedroom floor plans with a 3-car garage and finishes with paved driveways and tiled roofs..