Not only does Deep Creek offer a close-to-everything location with access to I-75 at Kings Highway and Harbor View Road (exits 170 and 167, respectively), this golf course community was designed to border wide-open greenspaces. The privacy attracts homebuyers who will find lots, many of them on cul-de-sac streets, adjacent to large freshwater lakes, canals, nature preserve areas, and the semi-private Deep Creek Golf Course featuring18 holes of Mark McCumber-designed championship golf, considered one of Charlotte County’s best courses.
Bicyclists, pedestrians, and golfers enjoy abundant wildlife sightings along Deep Creek’s greenspaces, lakes and the course’s winding waterways and natural landscaping. Close to Charlotte Harbor, Florida’s second largest estuary, as well as the Peace River, Deep Creek is a nautical paradise for boating, fishing and watersports. Just five miles east of Port Charlotte, the community is also close to Punta Gorda’s Fisherman’s Village, a favorite waterfront destination for dining, entertainment and shopping with a 98-slip marina for charter boats and sightseeing excursions.
The Deep Creek Civic Association serves the entire community, enhancing residents’ lifestyles with monthly happy hours, communitywide events, a popular garden club and social opportunities to meet neighbors. It also awards an annual college scholarship and coordinates an all-volunteer neighborhood watch. Deep Creek Park offers basketball and tennis courts, picnic facilities and a playground.
Deep Creek’s proximity to I-75 allows easy access to employment, restaurants, entertainment and the arts in Venice and Sarasota to the north and Fort Myers to the south.