About the So Lucki Lodge
In January of 2017, John and Debra Sue Solecki purchased what is now the So Lucki Lodge. Originally built as a convenient store, the structure was never designed to be used as a home.  After it's life as a store it served as a sales office for the properties at West Harbor Lagoons.  Several years later most of the land that surround the building was sold to the Nature Conservancy, creating the Great Egret Marsh Preserve .  This division of the land left the lot and building at 1432 N. Buck to be sold off.

With creative vision and a great deal of sweat equity the Solecki's (and Capt. Nick) turned the building into a luxury vacation lodge for fishermen, friends and familiy.  We hope that you will come enjoy this relaxing get away.

Outdoor Living spaces

The So Lucki Lodge property provides plenty of opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors during your stay.

Front porch:
Relax in the morning sun or take shelter on a rainy day while sitting on the  porch swing.
Patio:  the large cement patio provides great outdoor dining space in the back yard adjacent to the kitchen
   - Patio table and chairs
   - Charcoal Grill  w/smoker

Firepit:  a few steps from the patio is a stone fireplace with seating area 
Picnic table:
Large picnic table area between the trees in the side yard provides an alternate dining space.
There are wide open grassy spaces in the front and sides of the lodge.  You will enjoy the professional landscaping around the property which provides beautiful blooms all season.

Garage conversion:
Additional outdoor/indoor space

When the sun or rain leaves you wanting a little more shelter you can enjoy the extra living space that a former garage provides.  Opening the door makes the space like a covered patio - the best of the outdoors, indoors. 
Next to the parking area this is the spot for loading and unloading your gear!  Plenty of convenient storage.