The neighborhood of Indian Creek Park is a gated community located in the city of Lakeland. This residential area offers equestrian friendly housing, includes a park, as well as nature trails and further horse accommodations. Home/Lot packages start in the mid $400,000’s, with the first 20 lots having a minimum build of 2800 square feet and the remaining tracts, a minimum build of 3200 square feet.
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Indian Creek Park Dr, Lakeland, FL 33813
Amenities & Recreation near Indian Creek Park
Residents of Indian Creek Park have access to some of Lakeland’s main attractions including the nearby renowned golf course and clubhouse at the Club At Eaglebrooke, The Polk Museum of Art, the annual airshow at SUN n’ FLY, and Winter Haven’s LEGOLAND Florida. Being that Lakeland is centrally located along Interstate 4, cities like Tampa, Orlando, and other parts of Central Florida are mere minutes away. This proximity gives the residents of Indian Creek Park access to famous attractions in nearby cities such as Bok Tower Gardens, Busch Gardens, Adventure Island, The Florida Aquarium, Sea World, Universal Studios, and Walt Disney World, just to name a few.
If you prefer museums, your options include the Polk Museum of Art, Explorations V Children’s Museum, the Florida Air Museum, the Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture and Visitors Center and the Polk County History Museum. There are also popular museums a short drive away in nearby cities such as the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, the Tampa Museum of Art, the Museum of Science & Industry, Glazer’s Children’s’ Museum, The Dali Museum, the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, the Orlando Science Center, the Orlando Museum of Art and many more.
For fans of the outdoors, Polk County has about 40 parks throughout, as well as 11 mini-parks with picnic areas and camping grounds throughout. There are also about 40 boat launching sites, which is perfect for those who enjoy treading the waters of the many lakes throughout the city including the Lakeland Highlands, Colt Creek State Park, Holloway Park, Munn Park, The Circle B Bar Reserve and much more.
If you enjoy shopping, residents of Indian Creek Park can visit the nearby Lakeland Square Mall, which is full of notable shops and even has a movie theater. You can also explore the many vintage and antique shops the historic districts in Lakeland have to offer. For folks who have more culinary interests, Lakeland is home to some of the best restaurants in the state including Harry’s Seafood Bar & Grill, The Chop Shop, Fat Jack’s Deli, Texas Cattle Company, Palace Pizza, Tapatio’s Authentic Mexicano Restaurante, and much more. If you prefer organic offerings, there are plenty of restaurants in the area that offer organic dishes and on Saturdays, you can support local farmers by visiting the Downtown Farmers Curb Market.
Indian Creek Park Schools
If you do plan to build your luxury custom home in Indian Creek and have school age children, you will have access to some of the best schools in the Polk County School District. The schools Indian Creek Park is zoned for are:
- Valley view Elementary School
- Lakeland Highlands Middle School
- George W. Jenkins High School
Private schools in the area include Lakeland Grace Academy, Lakeland Christian School, All Saints Academy, and much more.
Directions to Indian Creek Park
From Tampa: Take I-275 N and use Exit 45B for I-4 E toward Orlando. Stay on I-4 E for 26.1 miles and then take Exit 27 for FL-570 E toward Lakeland/Winter Haven. Continue onto Fl-570 E and take Exit 9 for Lakeland Highlands Rd. toward Polk County 37B. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Polk 378 S and merge onto Lakeland Highlands Rd./Polk 37B. Turn right onto Broken Arrow Trail N, then turn left onto Broken Arrow Trail S. Turn left onto Indian Sky Circle and then a right onto Indian Creek Park Dr.
From Orlando: Take I-4 West toward Tampa for approximately 39 miles. Take Exit 41 toward FL-570 W toward Auburndale/Lakeland/Polk Pkwy. Continue onto FL-570 W/Polk Pkwy and take Exit 9 toward Polk County 37B S. Use any lane to turn left onto CR 37B/Lakeland Highlands Rd. Turn right onto Broken Arrow Trail N, then turn left onto Broken Arrow Trail S. Turn left onto Indian Sky Circle and then a right onto Indian Creek Park Dr.
From Jacksonville: Follow I-95 S and take exit 260B to merge onto I-4 W toward Orlando. Take Exit 41 toward FL-570 W toward Auburndale/Lakeland/Polk Pkwy. Continue onto FL-570 W/Polk Pkwy and take Exit 9 toward Polk County 37B S. Use any lane to turn left onto CR 37B/Lakeland Highlands Rd. Turn right onto Broken Arrow Trail N, then turn left onto Broken Arrow Trail S. Turn left onto Indian Sky Circle and then a right onto Indian Creek Park Dr.
From Miami: Take I-95 for 7 miles and exit toward Florida Turnpike/FL-826 W. Take exit 193 towards US-441. Merge onto FL-60 W and use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto E Van Fleet Dr. Then use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto US-98N/Broadway Ave N. Proceed to use the left 3 lanes to turn left onto Co Rd. 540 A and then turn left onto Lakeland Highlands Rd. Turn right onto Broken Arrow Trail N, then turn left onto Broken Arrow Trail S. Turn left onto Indian Sky Circle and then a right onto Indian Creek Park Dr.
The neighborhood of Indian Creek Park is a great location to build your luxury custom house. Apart from the various attractions that Lakeland and nearby cities like Tampa and Orlando have to offer, you will also get the chance to live in an up and coming serene and upscale neighborhood. To speak with a member of the Hulbert Homes design team, fill out our contact form or call us today at 863-225-2985.
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