Clubs & Interest Groups

Shearwater is proud to expand lifestyle programming by allowing residents the opportunity to facilitate their own resident clubs and interest groups. To put your own personal touch on the community, you can start your own or simply join an existing one. There are many clubs and interest groups already available to you and your neighbors, and you can find out more about each one by viewing the information below.
Ready to start your own club or interest group? Download the Resident Club & Interest Group Form and submit it to
If you have a great idea for a new club or interest group, click here to let us know. 

Campfire Teen Club

The Campfire Teen Club currently meets on select Wednesday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. Ages 11 to 17 are welcome to join for indoor and outdoor activities decided on by members of the club. This club provides teens with many volunteer opportunities throughout the year. For more information, please email Dylan Read at

Kayak Fishing Club

Reel in the big ones with this fishing group! Whether you enjoy fishing for sport or catch and release, the Kayak Fishing Club packs a ton of fun into their meetings. Members meet up at various launch areas throughout St. Johns County to paddle out to the local sweet spots. Relax on the water, practice your cast and get some pointers from more experienced fishermen. For more information, please email club leader, Jeff Hampton at

Ladies Book Club

Join this lovely group of ladies to read a variety of books throughout the year, then come together to discuss the novel as a group. For more information, email Cindy Cavoto at

Ladies CrossFit Club

Looking to get your high-intensity cardio fix after dropping the kids off at school in the mornings? Consider joining the Ladies CrossFit Club at the Fitness Lodge! To join this social fitness club or find out more information, email Sherri Johnson at

Trout Creek Tennis Club

Tennis pros and beginners alike will love the Trout Creek Tennis Club! Each week, men and women meet up on Shearwater’s Har-Tru tennis courts for social and exhibition matches. Learn a little from a more experienced player, practice your serve with a partner, or just get some exercise and fresh air while having fun with friends and neighbors. For more information about the Trout Creek Tennis Club, please email club leader, Danielle Wright at

Men's Flag Football Club

Men of all ages can get together at the Kayak Club to join in pick-up games of flag football. If you’re looking to get some exercise and hang-out with a fun crowd then join these guys on the Kayak Club Lawn. For more information, please email Evan Corpion at

Pacesetters Fitness Group

The Pacesetters is the perfect fitness group for residents interested in getting together for low-impact cardio classes. From indoor workouts in the Group Fitness Room to water aerobics in the Lap Pool, if you need adaptive exercise due to any reason then this is the class for you. When it comes to Healthy Living, age is just a number, and there is no need to be 50+ to join this group. For more information, please email club leader, Jill Fauth at

PEAK Fitness Group

Reach higher summits in the Fitness Lodge the PEAK Fitness Group! PEAK is a fitness group that focuses on plyometrics-based training, which combines high-intensity workouts and strength training for men and women of all fitness levels. To find out more information or to join the group, please email Caitlin at

Strong Roots Mom Club

Members of the Strong Roots Mom Club believe that “strong roots create beautiful leaves,” and meet around the community with their toddlers in tow. This group does double duty, letting the kids play, socialize and make lifelong friends while mom gets some much-needed grownup time with friends of her own. Occasional themed meetings like ice cream socials make each month feel like a new adventure. For more information, please email club leader, Christine Gibson at

Tidy Trails Volunteer Group

Join the Tidy Trails volunteer group to hike throughout the community collecting loose litter and garbage. This community club is perfect for those that are interested in getting some exercise outdoors while connecting and working together to keep our community and our trails looking their best. Volunteers must bring their own safety glasses and gloves. Additional safety equipment may be provided for those that cannot provide their own. For more information, please email club leader Ryan Green at

Trailblazers Running Group

Step outside to enjoy our extensive trail system while you workout! The Trailblazers Running Group currently meets on select Saturdays. Runners of all abilities are encouraged to meet in front of the HUB to enjoy running throughout the Shearwater trail system. For more information about the Trailblazers, please email group leader, Dave Pattison at or register on the Trailblazers Strava Page.

Trout Creek Ladies Club

Those that take part in the Trout Creek Ladies Club can expect to participate in social functions throughout the community with the intention of raising awareness for local charitable organizations. This club is perfect for ladies that want to be active in their community, while having a fun time with their neighbors. For more information, email Meredeth Ploetz at

Women's Bible Study

Select dates throughout the year, join this group of women at the Kayak Club to enjoy fellowship with your neighbors. For more information, email Jennifer Hale at
To find out the next meeting dates for each club and interest group, checkout the Community Calendar.