At the Core of the Hunter’s Ridge vision is an active outdoor lifestyle. Young residents can walk or bike to school and then to the baseball fields, basketball courts and playgrounds. Adults can stop off for a glass of wine and a snack at a local restaurant after a long day of hiking the trails of the 2300 acre park. All aspects of the community are meticulously designed to leverage the beautiful natural surroundings and fulfill an increasing demand for active family lifestyles that are absent from so many of today’s ‘cookie cutter’ communities.
Different subdivisions within the master planned community will have extensive walking trails connecting them to various outdoor parks and amenities, club houses and pools, schools, shopping, dining and entertainment and of course the 2300 acre Hunter’s Ridge Regional Park where the trails will carry on for miles within the vast preservation area. At the center of it all is the Hunter’s Ridge Town Center which will include a grocery store and various restaurants, shops and entertainment venues. Surrounding the Town Center will be more than a dozen separate subdivisions each with their own unique lifestyles yet tied into the central community theme.
The crown jewel of Hunter’s Ridge is the 2300 acre regional park and nature preserve featuring miles of hiking and equestrian pathways winding through the Old Florida landscape of pristine forests, lakes and protected wetlands. Hunter’s Ridge Regional Park will be not only a fantastic amenity for Hunter’s Ridge residents, but also an attraction for the entire region. The future Hunter’s Ridge Elementary and Middle School sits adjacent to the Regional Park and is set to be the primary school for the students of Hunter’s Ridge. One concept for the school is to have a specialized K-12 with focus on equestrian, veterinary and natural science skills, utilizing the 2300 acre park for horse riding and nature walk field trips.
For more information contact John Kurtz 407-864-9488