Reunion is a resort neighborhood and a master-planned community in Osceola County, Florida, located near Walt Disney World Resort.
quick facts about Reunion
Centrally located between its sister Grand Golf Resorts of Florida properties, and only a short 30 minutes from the Orlando International Airport and six miles from Walt Disney World, Reunion Resort's exclusive 2,300-acre community has the space, amenities and accommodations to bring together families, golfing buddies, social events and meetings.
Home to Signature Design courses by three golf legends: Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Arnold Palmer.
The resort presents an upscale vacation community for short term guests and long term residents alike.
Reunion Resort has several upscale amenities such as a five-acre water park, with a winding lazy river.
Reunion is situated on 2,226 acres and is a planned Development of Regional Impact (DRI).
Reunion turns 10 this year after opening its doors on Feb. 14, 2005. Throughout the past decade Reunion has expanded with the addition of three new dining locations, the ANNIKA Academy and Frankly Golf Putting Academy.
Residents will benefit from the celebration with 24-hour sales on the 10th of every month now through November including deals on accommodations, food and beverage, tennis and spa. Current, past and future residents are encouraged to share their memories at Reunion on social media using the hashtag #ReunionTurns10.
Reunion’s Eleven Restaurant and Forte Grille will join Visit Orlando’s for the Magical Dining experiences from Aug 24th to Sept 30th. Magical Dining Month will feature more than 70 of Orlando’s top restaurants with prefixed three-course dinners for only $33. One dollar from each meal will be donated to Elevate Orlando, a nonprofit organization that serves to empower underserved youth.
Reunion Resort’s Watson Course can now be played without any clubs. With all of the excitement surrounding Orlando’s MLS team, the resort is combining the city’s new love of soccer with the official sport of the Sunshine State, golf. This 18-hole par-72 golf course turned FootGolf course can be played in about 90 minutes. Reunion will host an Orlando City inaugural golf tournament in September.
“We are thrilled to introduce FootGolf at Reunion,” Kevin Baker, director of golf for Reunion Resort, said in a press release. “It is a great sport for families and can be played in a fraction of the time as a traditional round of golf. It also provides a youthful and exciting aspect to the game.”