Updated February 2019

If you are moving to Naples from up north, more than likely you are coming from a home where you had natural gas. Natural gas in Naples is not as prevalent and buyers are often disappointed to find so many communities dependent on electricity.

Here is a list of Naples gas communities, as well as some in Bonita Springs and Estero, that offer gas. I’ve done a bit of research to pull this list together, and while I’d like to think it is comprehensive, in all likelihood there are probably communities missing from the list. If you know of any that need adding, please let me know.

Aqua in Pelican Isle
Aria in Park ShoreNaples gas communities
Camden Lakes
Cap Ferrat in Pelican Bay
Collier’s Reserve
Esplanade Golf & Country Club
Esplanade in Hacienda Lakes
Fiddler’s Creek
Grey Oaks
Greyhawk at Golf Club of the Everglades
Isles of Collier Preserve
Kalea Bay
Lakoya in Lely Resort
Mangrove Bay
Montego at Cove Towers
Moraya Bay
Mystique at Pelican Bay
Olde Cypress
Quail Creek Estates
Quail West
Quail Woods Estates
Sienna Reserve
Talis Park
Tarpon Bay
The Dunes
Treviso Bay
Winding Cypress

Bonita Springs/Estero:
Bonita Bay
Bonita Lakes
Belle Lago
Imperial Shores
Rookery Pointe
The Reserve at Estero
Seaglass in Bonita Bay
Villa Palmeras
West Bay Club
Wildcat Run

I realize cooking with gas is preferred, but if you are concerned about the costs of electricity in Naples, check out my book, “Moving to Naples: The Un-Tourist Guide.” The chapter “Can You Live Well Here?” explores Naples’ cost of living and compares Naples with others cities across the United States. You may be surprised to find just how affordable life in Naples can be, even when it comes to utility costs.

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