The end development will be built into the center of a 200-acre lake overlooking the 235-acre preserve.
With an average depth of 40’ and crossed by underground streams, the lake will always be pristine and is already teaming with fish. With the Picayune State Forest as a backdrop and the two miles of preserve shoreline, wildlife abounds. The preserve has six miles of nature trails that cross Cypress Heads, Oak Hammocks, Willow ponds, as well as upland Pine Forest. Collier Boulevard’s Greenway provides a safe and convenient bike/pedestrian route to the commercial centers that are only 1.5 miles to the north or south. The development will be paradise for fishing, hiking, biking, water sports and nature lovers. All this with smart growth amenities, schools, libraries, medical facilities and shopping all within two miles.