What's Happening in Burnt Store Marina!

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  • Burnt Store Marina is located on Burnt Store Road which runs between Cape Coral, off of Pine Island Road to the South, to Punta Gorda, Route 41, which is north. We are right on the Lee/Charlotte County line. This area is a wonderful place to
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  • Linkside Cafe at Burnt Store Golf & Activity Center - (941) 637-6405 Located on the corner of Vincent Avenue & Cape Cole Blvd.  Open to the Public:  10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.  --  Reservations ARE required for all evening dining   Summer Hours  --  (During Season)Breakfast - Will be available
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  • Have you ever considered becoming a BSGAC (Burnt Store Golf & Activity Club) Member?  Whether you are interested in getting out on the greens or you are just looking for other activities to keep you young and meet new friends, there is plenty to participate in, such
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  • Advertising:   Burnt Store Bulletin Board is an "interactive" Community website which is fast becoming "the" website for all of the homeowners and thousands of visitors when they want an authority on our Resort Community.     Unlike hundreds of other websites, BSBB is NOT a
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General Information About Our Community

EMERGENCIES:  Call 911

FRONT GATE:  (941) 639-8226  (Has a resusitator for emergencies)

HARBOR MASTER:  (941) 637-0083


*** Burnt Store Marina is "Open To The Public".  When you enter the Main Gate, just let the very friendly Security Staff know specifically where you want to go.  They can give you a map to make finding your way around our Community very easy. ***


ENTRANCES To Burnt Store Marina:

Main Gate on Burnt Store Road:  Open 24 hours - You must state who or what business you are visiting.  If you are visiting a Resident you must be on the "Guest List".

Gatekeeper System:  Name of guest must be added prior to arrival by Resident calling an "Automated" number:  (941) 639-0334.

Vincent Ave at Golf Course:  Access limited to vehicles with a barcode - Open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Vincent Ave Commercial Entrance:  Commercial vehicles and vehicles with a barcode - Open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

Hours change with Season.  Contact Main Gate at (941) 639-8226 for more information.


On-Site Restaurants & Places to Eat:

Linkside Cafe:  Located at the semi-private Burnt Store Gulf & Activity Club on Vincent Rd off of Burnt Store Road (941) 637-6405.  Rules & hours change with the Season.  

Cass Cay Restaurant & Bar:  Located at end of Matecumbe Key Rd.  Waterfront Dining - Award Winning Cuisine (941) 347-7148.

Trading Post:  Located on Burnt Store Marina Dock. (941) 677-3137.


Burnt Store Golf & Activity Club:

Join us doing our annual Membership Drive now in progres.  Call us at (941) 639-4151
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Other Contact Info:

Burnt Store Bulletin Board:  (941) 916-9961   Community website that was created to provide information about our Burnt Store Marina Community.

Section 22 Homeowners' Association:  (941) 639-4151

Alliant Property Management:  (239) 454-1101

Burnt Store Golf & Activity Club Administrator:  (941) 639-4151

Golf Pro Shop:  (941) 637-1577


Local Events:  There are so many activities going on all of the time.  Check out the links below.

Ft Myers - Sannibel - Cape Coral - Other nearby locations:  Events shown here.

Cape Coral Parks:  More information here.

Burnt Store Marina News

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  • Burnt Store Marina - Free Sea Tow & Fuel Dock Information

    FREE 60 day membership for being a BSM customer.  For all members & non-members,

    Call or email the Harbouir Master's office to sign up.

    Burnt Store Marina Fuel Dock

    We are open 7 days a week 7:30 - 4:30.  

    Not only do we have the lowest fuel prices in the area, we also have ice and bait.

    For more information, call the Harbor Master (941) 637-0083 or visit our website to learn about all of our services.

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  • Important Information about staying at Burnt Store Marina

    The Community Access Committee would like to remind our residents of a few things for the holiday and the start of our 2016 Season.

    Please remember that during the holidays, "crimes of opportunity" occur more frequently. Please secure your items in your golf carts and vehicles. Keep items out of plain view to include wallets, purses and cell phones. Items left in carts should be physically secured or removed when not in use.

    As we move towards our busy season, we will have more pedestrians on the roadways within the community. Monitoring speed and adhering to posted stop signs will help ensure that we have a fun and safe season.

    Bicyclists and Golf Carts should be traveling in the same direction as vehicle traffic and also are required to obey posted signage. Bicyclists are asked to call out their intentions to pedestrians when riding in congested areas. This is also outlined in the burnt store documents located at www.bsm22.org.

    Children under the age of 14 years should not be driving golf carts within the community. Individuals who are of age to drive the golf cart on the roadway should understand the posted signage and also be able to signal their intentions to turn if the golf cart is not equipped with turn signals.

    The Committee has been advised that recently, we have had issues with laser pointers being shined at homes and golf carts within the community. We are monitoring the areas affected.

    During Season, the associations are inundated with calls regarding parking issues. Please be mindful of your association’s rules and regulations involving parking. If you are renting your unit, please advise your guests.

    The Access Control Gate also receives a high volume of noise complaints during season. It is important to remember that the Lee County restricts the noise levels between the hours of 10:00pm to 7:00am.

    We would like to thank all of you for continued support to make our community a safe place to be during the holidays and our busy seasons.

    Community Access Committee
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  • 5th Annual BSM Community Picnic

    The Following is a Group Text to all Members who signed up for email. Please follow the picnic committees below instruction for communicating and RSVP's..

    To All Our Neighbors in Burnt Store Marina,

    It is with great pleasure we announce the 5th annual BSM Community Picnic.  The community picnic committee has already been working these past few months on preparations of this years picnic with the assistance of both former and new volunteer committee members.  Once again, it will be an event to remember.  Hopefully you have read some of the teasers that have placed in The Beacon over the last few months.  In the event you've not, here are some of the particulars.

    Date/Time: Saturday, March 12 from 11am - 4 pm

    Where: Same location as last year, in the parking lot adjacent to the boaters pool by A dock.

    Food from 11am to 3:30 pm will be catered by Famous Dave's under 20'x60' tentsto provide shade for all while you enjoy your meal.

    Entertainment from 11-1 will be provided once again byour neighbor Steve Flagg,  and from 1- 4, by the10 piece band from Punta Gorda  called the BoogieMen Band.

    On your end, if you wish to attend, this is what you need to do:

    1.   RSVP is mandatory by March 1st, especially if you want a meal. The easiest and preferred method is to simply click on this link http://www.bsmpicnic.com and complete the electronic form.  You will receive an email confirmation upon submitting. If that doesn't work for you, there are registration forms at drop boxes located at the Harbormaster's Office, Fitness Center and the Burnt Store Golf & Activity Club. Please fill them out legibly. This form also gives you information as to how to make individual donations in advance as well.

    2.   Bring your own chairs, shade devices, tables, beverages etc. to set up in the field to kick back prior or after you eat, to enjoy the entertainment and visit with your neighbors.  Also, don’t forget your $$$ for the contribution jarsthe 50/50 Raffle& the Silent Auction which have been huge successes and which help pay for this event.

    How can we make this happen without a per head charge which averages $16 per person?  This has been accomplished through the very generous support of Sponsors, our Associations, residents & live-a-board boater's donations, all here at BSM.  Last year the Sponsors contributed 45% of the revenue, Associations 22% and Resident Donations 21%. 

    ***NEW This Year***  A $5 admission fee will be charged at the Registration Desk for all resident’s “guests” older than 5 years who want a meal ticket.  BSM residents include property owners, renters and live-aboards;  Guests include resident’s out-of-town overnight guests.

    Please work with your Associations Boards to have them continue their necessary support. We will make our decision on February 1st to proceed with the picnic based on financial commitments.

    Jimmy Merz champions the fundraising efforts.  If you have a question please reach out to him at  jimmymerz@aol.com. In the meantime, we will continue to communicate directly with potential sponsors and associations.

    In closing, our theme is "Getting to Know You, Better & Better" which we believe captures the essence of what we hope to accomplish. The success of the picnic is in your hands and those of your neighbors. Please RSVP before the deadline and mark your calendars.

    If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me by email at loumarin800@gmail.com

    Hope to see you on March 12th!

    Lou Marino, Event Committee-Chair

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