Construction workers are removing 50% of the
and will replace the area with new Lawn Bowling lanes in the Kings Point development in Sun City Center, FL. Shuffleboard Courts
The existing Shuffleboard courts will be resurfaced and updated after the Lawn Bowling lanes are finished.
The tree that is falling over on the bank of Cypress Creek at Kings Boulevard and Foxhunt Drive is at a safe distance from the electric pole and wires. The tree will be removed in the in the near future.
THE LOFT LOUNGE has a breakfast
for early risers at the South Clubhouse in the Kings Point development in Sun City Center, Florida. menu
The bar over looks the well manicured
Scepter Golf Course and you can order from the anytime of the day. Just ask the bartender for the menu and he/she will gladly take your order. Palm Court Cafe menu
In the afternoon and during the evening hours, The LOFT turns into a full-service bar and a social area for residents to gather for cocktails and dinning.
8 am to 10 pm (Sun-Mon)
8 am to 11 pm (Sat)
Kings Point South Club | 1224 New Point Loop | Sun City Center, FL. 33573 | (813) 634-5829
Fishing in the afternoon is a popular pastime in the numerous ponds in the Kings Point community of Sun City Center, FL.
July 20, 2014 – North Court Campus for tennis, lawn bowling and shuffle board Kings Point Tennis Club Tournament 2014 Men’s Division, Sun City Center, FL Kings Point Tennis Club Tournament 2014 Men’s Division, Sun City Center, FL Men and women of the Kings Point Shuffle Board Club playing in Kings Point, Sun City Center, Fl Men and women playing shuffleboard in Kings Point, Sun City Center, FL March 19, 2014 – Men and women of the Lawn Bowling club wearing green honoring St. Patrick’s Day while playing at the North Course Complex in the gated community of Kings Point, Sun City Center, FL
The North Court Complex has full-size
courts, tennis greens and lawn bowling alleys. The outdoor complex is located by the main gate on Kings Blvd in Kings Point in Sun City Center, FL. shuffle board
Kings Point’s neighborhood-wide sprinkler systems, such as the one for the
field, uses water pumped from wells (aquifers) and local lakes . lawn bowling
Two sprinkler systems pump water directly from deep wells:
1. The upper loop (AKA northeast loop) pumps water from deep wells to Andover, Bedford, Cambridge, Dorchester, Fairfield, Gloucester, Knolls, Manchester I and the median that runs along Kings Blvd.
2. The lower loop (AKA southwest loop) pumps well water to Highgate, Idlewood, Lancaster associations and Quail Pass.
All the other Associations get water from designated lakes that are re-filled from deep wells (Florida’s aquifer).
The Kings Point irrigation uses lake and well water, not reclaimed water. -Dana Phillips from
Kings Point Master Association