SouthWood has an abundance of amenities for community members to enjoy! Please note that some amenities do require an amenity card and are exclusive to those living within the SouthWood HOA.
Open 8am until 9pm. Amenity card required for access.
The Community Center is available to SouthWood members at no charge for community clubs, or personal functions for a fee.
Review the Rental Agreement
For rental availability, please click here.
Open April - October- Amenity card required for access.
Hours: Lap Swim from 8am-9am; Open Swim 9am - 9pm
The SouthWood community offers a pool area for adult fitness and family swim, tot pool, and also a splash bucket feature attached to a slide and climbing area. These pools are intended for use by SouthWood community members and their guests (when permitted) and are not available to be reserved for private functions. A SouthWood amenity card is required for entry.
Read the Pool Rules
Open 7 days a week from 7am until 10:00pm. Amenity card required for access.
SouthWood’s two lighted tennis courts are located adjacent to the Community Center, overlooking beautiful Central Park. The tennis courts, which have also been modified to allow for Pickleball, are by reservation only. The courts are not to be reserved for individual or group lessons unless approved by the Association. A SouthWood amenity card is required for entry and is intended for use by SouthWood community members and their guests.
With over 1,000 acres of green spaces, lakes, ponds and wetlands in the SouthWood community, residents can truly feel connected to nature. The majority of these areas are managed by the Capital Region Community Development District (CDD). The CDD has released a SouthWood video series to help educate residents on our green spaces and the habitats of the protected species in our community. The parks in SouthWood are intended for casual use such as picnicking, bird watching, walking your dog, etc. To reserve a park for a private function, you must submit a Special Use Application.
Using your SouthWood Trail and Nature Guide, explore the four habitat preserves and archeological sites around the SouthWood community’s 3,300 acres. These meandering trails are a great way to enjoy the scenic outdoors and to stay fit! While out walking, biking, or jogging be sure to look for a wide variety of wildlife including eastern bluebirds, southeastern American kestrels, white-tailed deer, and gopher tortoises.
SouthWood Community Garden
A place where residents and fellow gardeners can grow their own food and flowers while enhancing the neighborhood and getting to know our neighbors.
Town Center - visit their website
Located within walking distance or a golf-cart ride is Town Center, offering several restaurants, a church, fitness center, a nail salon and a realty office to help you find your new home.
- CANOPY ROAD CAFE — Serving Breakfast & Lunch 7 days a week from 6am to 2pm.
- EL JALISCO — Open at 11am offering delicious Mexican cuisine El Jalisco is known for.
- SUBWAY- Eat fresh with subs and salads!
- SOUTHWOOD SWEETS - Satisfy your sweet tooth with ice cream, candy and more!
- CHURCH AT SOUTHWOOD — Currently meeting Sundays at 10:30am at 3197 Merchants Row.
- THE NAUMANN GROUP - on site realtor to help you find your "home sweet home".
- TOWN CENTER HEALTH & FITNESS — Offering state-of-the-art health and fitness equipment, personal training, childcare and a variety of workout classes.
- TWINKLE TOES NAIL SALON — Providing Manicures/Pedicures, waxing and more!
SouthWood Golf Club
Open to the public
Amid the rolling hills south of Tallahassee is one of the finest golf courses in North Florida. Southwood Golf Club, once voted by Golf Magazine as one of the 35 best new courses in country, is an 18-hole, par-72 layout featuring significant elevation changes, picturesque design and exceptional use of native elements. The course was designed by Masters champion and popular PGA Tour player Fred Couples, along with well-known design partner Gene Bates. Virtually every hole is a distinctive and pleasurable trip through nature, with aging live oaks, slash pines and other native plants framing the layout.