Discover the New Resident
Club of Cape Coral!

Make New Friends...
Get To Know Cape Coral...
Have a Ton of Fun!

Discover the New Resident Club of Cape Coral

Make New Friends…
Get To Know Cape Coral…
Have A Ton Of Fun!

Welcome to the sunny shores of Cape Coral, where a world of excitement and friendship awaits you!

The New Resident Club of Cape Coral, a cherished tradition since 1967, is your passport to an enriching experience in our tropical paradise. As a member, you’ll instantly become part of our ever-growing family. Meet fellow newcomers, forge lasting friendships, and embark on adventures you’ll treasure forever.

Our club hosts a dazzling array of events every month. Explore your new hometown and savor the vibrant social and outdoor activities that make Cape Coral unique.

We’re more than just a club; we’re a network of thousands of members that help you integrate into the heart of our community. Discover the warmth of our tropical lifestyle, connect with your neighbors, and find your place in Cape Coral.

ūüóďÔłŹ Join Us Every First Thursday of the Month:
Mark your calendar for our monthly general membership meeting at 9:15 a.m. at the Lake Kennedy Center (400 Santa Barbara Blvd). Come for coffee, stay for friendships. You’re invited to experience the most dynamic social group in the Cape!

Embrace your new adventure with the New Resident Club of Cape Coral. Let’s create memories under the sun!

Frequently Asked Questions

The goal of the New Resident Club is to help members form new friendships by participating in socials, activities and meetings; and to learn about Cape Coral.

Anyone who is a full time or part time resident of Cape Coral. You can be a full time resident or snowbird.

 There is a one-time cost of $60 for individuals or $120 for couples to join the New Residents Club. Everyone joining will be placed in a Group made up of other new Members joining that month.  Commonly, the Groups number two to four dozen.  Each Group selects their own unique Group name and Group leader and holds their own activities, as well as participating in the events held by the New Resident Club as a whole.  

Upon¬†becoming a Member of¬†the New Resident Club,¬†you are a Member for life. For the first three years of membership, you have voting rights and can serve on the board; after three years, you become a ‚ÄúNon-Voting¬†Member‚ÄĚ and can no longer serve on the board.¬† As a lifetime¬†Member you are able to participate in any socials, activities or meetings¬†of the NRC as well as any socials, activities or meetings of your unique Group.

After joining the New Resident Club, you will be invited to attend the New Member Social, currently scheduled the 1st Tuesday after the general meeting. This Social provides an orientation explaining the history of the New Resident Club and reviewing the activities planned and how to purchase tickets. It is important that you attend this social, if possible, to help select your group name and group leader, and to meet others who will be in your group.

We strongly recommend that you start with the new members’ Group formed in the month you join, for it is the goal of the club to help you meet new people and make new friendships.  Since all Groups will be participating in activities scheduled by the New Resident Club, you and your friend are free to participate in any or all of these activities together. 

You do have an option of rejoining the New Resident Club¬†with the newest forming group¬†at no charge, since you are a ‚Äúlifetime”¬†Member.¬† You would, however, maintain your original start date relative to either being a voting or non-voting member. ¬†

The easiest way to join is online at  You also can attend the General Meeting held on the first Thursday of the month at the Lake Kennedy Center (400 Santa Barbara Blvd) Рdoors open at 8:30am.  It is recommended that you come early to sign-up, since the General Meeting begins promptly at 9:15am.  At the general meeting we review the upcoming activities and enjoy hearing different guest speakers each month about local interests and topics.  It’s a good opportunity to socialize and have complimentary snacks.