Residents of Fiddler’s Creek don’t have to go far to experience the incredible beauty of Southwest Florida’s natural environment. Because it’s all right here—meandering waterways and marshlands, nature preserves and varied and abundant wildlife. All of which make Fiddler’s Creek a true nature-lover’s paradise.
Spanning nearly 4,000 acres, more than two thirds of Fiddler’s Creek will remain dedicated primarily to nature preserves, lakes, parks, golf courses and recreational areas. Designed with the natural beauty of the environment in mind, luxury homes are nestled along lakes, fairways and conservation areas making it easy for residents to enjoy scenic views and wildlife from the comfort of their lanais. Numerous walking trails and a waterfront gazebo also offer excellent opportunities to view and experience nature.
Fiddler’s Creek, which is bordered on two sides by one of the few remaining mangrove estuaries in North America, plays host to variety of species of fish, wildlife and birds, including wood stork, blue heron and bald eagles. In fact, Fiddler’s Creek has been designated as a site for the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count where volunteers tally the early winter bird census.
“My wife, Brenda, is an avid birder and I am an avid amateur nature photographer, and Fiddler’s Creek provides plenty of opportunities for both.”
– Paul Kaplan, Fiddler’s Creek Resident