- Who We Are
- Contact Info
- Directions to Miles Grant Country Club
- Full Membership
- Newsletter | Events
- History of Miles Grant Country Club
- Area Wildlife
Who We AreMiles Grant Country Club is a private country club located in Stuart, Florida, at East Cove Road on the shores of the Intracoastal Waterway. Members enjoy golf and tennis, swimming and kayaking, other outdoor activities, and gather for social activities in our Clubhouse.
MILES GRANT COUNTRY CLUB
5101 SE Miles Grant Road, Stuart, Florida 34997
From I-95 SouthTake exit 101 for FL-76 E Turn left onto FL-76E/SW Kanner Hwy Take the 2nd right onto SE Cove Rd At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on SE Cove Rd At Entrance C, turn left onto SE Miles Grant Rd
From I-95 NorthTake exit 101 for FL-76 E Go onto FL-76E/SW Kanner Hwy Take the 2nd right onto SE Cove Rd At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on SE Cove Rd At Entrance C, turn left onto SE Miles Grant Rd
From Florida’s Turnpike North/SouthTake exit 133 toward Florida 714/Stuart Merge onto SW Martin Downs Blvd Turn right onto SW Martin Hwy Take the 1st right onto SW High Meadows Ave. Continue onto SW High Meadows Ave. Take the ramp onto I-95 South Take exit 101 for FL-76 E Take the 2nd right onto SE Cove Rd. At the traffic circle, continue straight to stay on SE Cove Rd. At Entrance C, turn left onto SE Miles Grant Rd.
The base membership at Miles Grant Country Club is a Social membership. The Social membership is a family or individual membership with required food and beverage minimums. This means that each member is required to spend the minimum in the Tavern or Dining Room during the Miles Grant fiscal year. Both the membership dues and the food and beverage minimum are pro-rated for new members.
Social Membership provides access to the Club’s facilities and amenities to include the clubhouse, swimming pool, hard surface tennis courts, dining and all social related events and activities. In addition, this membership allows limited golf twelve times in season for the standard guest fee. These privileges are extended to the Member’s spouse (or significant other) and unmarried dependent children under the age of 21.
Golf and Tennis memberships may be added to the Social membership to meet your needs. These memberships may be family or individual.
Golf Membership: Access to all of the Club’s facilities and amenities included in the Social membership plus unlimited use of our 18-hole golf course, practice areas, and golf shop. The food and beverage minimum applies.
Tennis Membership: Access to all of the Club’s facilities and amenities included in the Social membership plus unlimited use of our Har-Tru tennis courts. The food and beverage minimum applies.
Prospective members please contact Jill Register at email@example.com or call 772.286.2220, ext. 108.
Newsletter | EventsEach month Miles Grant Country Club publishes a Newsletter and a Calendar of events that provide information about Miles Grant Country Club, the upcoming club activities, evening menus and other information.
You can also see the past and upcoming events at Miles Grant Country Club (including menus) right here on our website by clicking the Calendar tab at the top of the page or clicking this link to go to our Calendar page.
History of Miles Grant Country Club
The Miles Grant golf course opened in 1972, but the land on which it stands was part of a Spanish land grant from the King of Spain to settler Samuel Miles in 1813. Five square miles of land bordering the Santa Lucia River (now St. Lucie) was given as compensation for shipping and logistical support rendered by Miles to the Spanish territorial government. Miles originally established a sawmill on the property to produce building materials for the influx of settlers who soon followed and the colonization of the east central Florida coastal region was under way.
Today, we find the established residential community of Miles Grant that provides social and recreational activities for the folks living in the houses and condominiums bordering the golf course.
Stuart was named “The Sailfish Capital of the World” and “2016 America’s Happiest Seaside Town” by Coastal Living magazine. Perfectly located on the Intracoastal Waterway along what’s known as the “Treasure Coast of Florida,” it boasts great weather for fishing, boating and other water sports.
The quaint downtown area hosts fine dining, The Lyric Theatre, galleries, wonderful one-of-a-kind shops, and a Riverwalk.
Not far from Stuart, on Hutchison Island, is The Elliott Museum. This unique museum features history of the Treasure Coast as well as exhibits of cars, baseball, art, and more. Across the road is the Oceanographic Coastal Center, an educational and research site featuring a lagoon of fish and turtles, a tank for observing and feeding stingrays, as well as several nature trails.
Closer to the Miles Grant community is the town of Port Salerno. At the marina you can watch local fishermen come in with their catch, shop the stores where local artists exhibit their crafts, and enjoy good food, beverage and fellowship at your choice of several restaurants and bars.
Ride your bike to nearby Sandsprit Park. Located on the St. Lucie River and Manatee Pocket, the park has pavilions and a playground for family fun and picnics, outdoor exercise stations, and a boardwalk with benches for relaxing at the water’s edge.
For the fisherman, long piers stretch like fingers into the water, or you can launch your boat at the public ramps.
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We host a diverse bird population. Green parrots take over trees and ground. These gregarious birds are easily recognized by their raucous calls. A pair of Egyptian geese are often spotted along the course. A white heron wades in the water under the bridge at the 18th. A pair of Sand Hill Cranes can be seen playing fetch with a stick in the grass near the Tennis Courts. The striking White Ibis is frequently seen on lawns looking for large insects.
Small mammals like squirrel, fox, raccoon, rabbit, iguana and armadillo are also in our backyards. Several Gopher Tortoise have burrows along the perimeter road that provide shelter for at least 360 other animal species.
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