Welcome to the Berkshire Lakes Master Association

Located at the intersection of Santa Barbara Boulevard and Radio Road, Berkshire Lakes is just five miles from the beach and even closer to shopping, banking and all the amenities one could desire for a gracious lifestyle in Naples, Florida. Quick access to I-75 makes for easy trips to RSW to pick up guests or for more far-flung adventures.

Community Announcements

LAKE REMEDIATION MAY UPDATE | LAKE EROSION MAPS - In 2019 when it was determined that our lakes needed remediation, our engineers formulated these maps to show the extent to which each lake had been eroded and where work needed to be done to prevent further damage. The areas of most concern are colored in red and yellow. Generally speaking these are the areas that are currently receiving treatments riprap and littoral plantings to prevent further erosion.
Collier County's Behavioral Health Facility Location Info - Public Meeting to be held...click the link below for information about the upcoming meeting to discuss the new location for Collier County's Behavioral Health Facility.
BERKSHIRE LAKES NEEDS VOLUNTEERS! Communities thrive on active participation of its members and our community needs help with some very important functions.
  • COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE - This committee is charged with monitoring the neighborhood for Covenant violations and reports them to the BLMA office where letters are administered to homeowners.
  • FINES COMMITTEE - This committee takes BOD recommendations to fine, and reviews the violation, listens to the homeowners response if any, and makes a decision to fine or not.
  • SNAIL EGG COLLECTION - Pretty self explanatory, these little guys need to vacate our lake edges! Please if you can help collect some call or email the BLMA office for more info.
Berkshire Commons - NO OVERNIGHT PARKING ALLOWED! The Property Manager for Berkshire Commons (where Publix, Walgreens, Starbucks, etc. is across from Berkshire Lakes) has advised us they are now ticketing overnight parkers in their lots. They ask that we and our residents NOT direct people to park their pickup trucks, or other vehicles there overnight as they will be ticketed. Thanks!
COLLIER COUNTY BURN BAN! The Board of County Commissioners has authorized a burn ban in Collier County effective immediately. Per Collier County Ordinance 2009-23, as Amended, the County Manager may recommend an immediate ban of outdoor burning and outdoor ignition sources during extreme drought conditions. The ban prohibits open burning, which is any outdoor fire or open combustion of material that produces visible emissions, of trash and yard waste, which includes vegetative matter resulting from landscaping and yard maintenance operations. The decision came after consultation between the Collier County Bureau of Emergency Services, Florida Forest Service, Collier County Fire Chiefs’ Association, Collier County Sheriff’s Office, and the National Weather Service. The group jointly identified a need to have a burning ban become effective immediately after certain environmental conditions were met, including abnormally dry conditions that are expected to linger through the end of the March. The ban includes all unincorporated Collier County, but exempts all commercial agricultural burning, lawful controlled industrial or commercial environments that are part of the manufacturing or some type of assembly process, and those burning activities regulated by the Florida Forest Service. This ban presently has no impact on the retail sales of fireworks, although the discharge of fireworks, sparklers and incendiary devices is prohibited. In addition, outdoor grills, stoves, cookers and smokers may be used in the preparation of food if the cooking fire is controlled and attended to. All outdoor cooking areas shall be free of burnable materials within an area having a circumference of three feet beyond the nearest edge of the cooking fire. Violation of the order, if it is found to cause irreparable or irreversible damage, can be up to $15,000. The ban will remain in effect until further notice. For more information, call 311 or (239) 252-8999.
BERKSHIRE LAKES PRESERVES -  Berkshire Lakes has several areas which, for the most part, have been left in their natural state. These Common Areas include two parcels on either side of Lambton Lane near Vancouver; a long stretch on Belville next to the wall separating it from I-75 and another area behind Newcastle.  Of course, in a climate such as ours, the possibility of invasive plants is always an issue. During the dry season our landscapers, Green Acres, endeavor to remove the exotics and non-native plants and trim the palmettos to reduce fire hazards. As the Green Acres crew cleans out one area, they move to the next to remove and reduce the presence of unwanted species. If you are interested in learning about the effects of invasive plants, check out plants.ifas.ufl.edu.

BLMA Meetings

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING: Meets every 3rd Wed of the month at 7:00 PM in the Clubhouse. Next meeting is tentatively scheduled for June 15, 2022 at 7:00pm. Homeowners may attend in person or via Zoom. To attend meeting using Zoom, click on Events Calendar  link below, then select meeting for details and instructions.
ARCHTECTURAL REVIEW BOARD (ARB): The BLMA Architectural Review Board (ARB) meets the 2nd and 4th Wed of the month in the Clubhouse. Next ARB meeting  is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 9:30 am. 
COMPLIANCE COMMITTEE: The BLMA Compliance Committee meets every 4th Wednesday at the Clubhouse. The next meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 10am. 
FINES COMMITTEE: When applicable, the BLMA Fines Committee meets every 4th Tuesday at 4pm the Clubhouse. The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at 4pm. 

Resident Resources

Visit our resident area to view forms, documents, meeting information.

Real Estate Agents

Documents and resources for buyers, sellers, and renters.

Our Neighborhoods

An overview of our beautiful neighborhoods.

A Distinguished Naples Community

Developed as a deed restricted community by Coast Communities Corporation, Berkshire Lakes offers a wide variety of living choices. Of the 1639 units, 669 are detached homes and the remainder are condos, villas and coach homes. A variety of home styles on winding roads with multiple cul-de-sacs contributes to the neighborhood ambiance. Well-groomed landscaping and yards help to make Berkshire Lakes a desirable place for all.