Orchid Island is situated on the barrier island just north of Vero Beach. It is bordered on the west by the Indian River (Intracoastal Waterway), to the south by County Route 510 (Wabasso Bridge Road), and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean. The property is 80 miles north of Palm Beach, 30 miles south of Melbourne, and 100 miles southeast of Orlando. Interstate 95 and the Florida Turnpike are conveniently accessible.
At the Indian River County line, high rises give way to riverside and oceanfront homes. There are golf course communities and gated privet residential developments that characterize the oceanfront communities on Orchid Island.
Gracious Estate Homes, Maintenance-free Villas and elegant Oceanfront Condominiums are tucked away on cul-de-sacs and winding streets to maintain open views of the championship Arnold Palmer golf course, sparkling lakes and ocean and preservation areas that surround this one-of-a-kind community.
Orchid Island showcases a championship 18-hole golf course designed by renowned golf professional Arnold Palmer. The course is one of a handful of barrier island courses in Florida. Key features include an integrated use of lakes and man-made water bodies, dramatic vertical and undulating relief, and the powerful and natural blend of historical oaks and lush, tropical landscaping. The course also features a beautiful driving range that simulates all aspects of play on the course.