You name it!
Hunters Creek's location in southern Orange County, on the border of Kissimmee, puts you right in the middle of all the Orlando magic!
From world-famous theme parks, to world-class shopping and dining, there's far too much to mention on this page.
But to get you started, we've made a list of our top 10 things to do in Hunters Creek:
1. Shop at the Loop
The Loop is a true wonder of the retail world.
At the Loop, Florida's largest open-air mall, you'll find all the brands you know, in an outdoor setting that's sure to surprise you.
What other mall lets you go straight from the sunglass hut out into the Florida sun?
Where else can you step out of an American Eagle and hope to see a real American eagle?
The Loop boasts famous fashion brands such as Aeropostale and the Gap.
Tasty casual fare at Chipotle and Panera Bread.
And even a Regal Cinema 16 movie theater!
2. Walk, Run, and Bike the Trails
As a master-planned neighborhood, part of Hunters Creek's inception was the idea to lay miles of pedestrian trails.
Letting residents walk, run, or bike while they enjoy Hunters Creek's lush natural setting.
As more builders added new developments to Hunters Creek, they also added more trails.
Resulting in what you'll find today in Hunters Creek:
One of the most elaborate, yet cohesive, networks of pedestrian paths to be found in Central Florida.
3. The Florida Mall
Nestled less than 8 miles north of Hunters Creek, the Florida Mall is Central Florida's largest shopping center.
At the Florida Mall you'll find all the brands you know and love.
Like Apple, Tesla, Armani, and Rolex.
As well as some unexpected surprises.
Such as the Crayola Experience, a museum/attraction where your kids can learn about the history of Crayola while they create their own crayon-on-paper masterpieces.
Of course, doing all that shopping, you're sure to work up an appetite.
But don't worry, at the Florida Mall, you can fill your shopping bags AND your belly.
From stand-alone favorites like Buca di Beppo and Chili's, to the endless array of flavors at the Dining Pavilion, there's fare for every taste and budget!
4. Great Restaurants
What comes to mind when you think of Orlando cuisine?
If it's giant turkey legs and dole whip at Disney, you're not alone.
But there's a lot more to Orlando food than theme park fare.
Orlando is a major city on the world culinary stage.
In fact, Wallethub.com recently named it the 11th best foodie city in the country!
Orlando's diverse population brings with it a diverse range of tastes.
So no matter yours, you can find food in Orlando to satisfy it.
Like pho and Banh Mi in the Vietnamese district.
Pressed Cuban sandwiches and mofongo from any number of Orlando's authentic Caribbean eateries.
And of course, with two oceans to supply it, fresh seafood just about everywhere.
Hunters Creek, located in south Orlando, has some particularly good options.
There's Whisper Creek Farm: The Kitchen, off of Orange Blossom Trail.
Where you'll find farm-to-table fare grown right here in Orlando.
As well as locally brewed craft beer.
All in a charmingly rustic setting.
Another great eatery near OBT is Tropical Cabana.
This Cuban and Latin American diner features over-the-counter and delivery service, as well as dine-in seating.
For breakfast, lunch, and dinner - with a tropical twist!
Read on to discover more great restaurants in Hunters Creek!
Florida, and Orlando in particular, is one of the country's best golf destinations.
People travel from around to world to play famous Central Florida courses like Streamsong Red, Blue, and Black, Bay Hill Club, and Victoria Hills.
But with houses for sale in Hunters Creek, FL, you won't have to travel far at all.
Living in Hunters Creek, you'll be a short drive from all the great courses listed above.
And in walking distance of your very own hometown course, Hunters Creek Golf Club.
Where rolling fairways, fast greens, and lush Florida flora combine for a tough but tranquil round of golf.
Gatorland is one of Florida's most...well, Floridian...attractions.
This 110-acre amusement park and animal sanctuary lets you get up close and personal with real live Florida wildlife.
Including, for instance, birds, crocodiles, and a collection of over 2,000 American alligators!
Take in a gator wrestling show, take an off-road jaunt in a swamp buggy, or simply take it all in from the observation tower.
Or, for the truly intrepid at heart, take a ride on America's most thrilling zipline, the Screamin' Gator.
With 5 ziplines to choose from, ranging from 230 to 500 feet in length, you'll soar over the heads of park goers.
Not to mention, of course, the heads of hundreds of ferocious gators and crocs.
Gatorland is open from 10am to 5pm, 365 days a year.
And it's located right in Hunters Creek!
Orlando may be an hour from the sea.
But at just 10 minutes from Hunters Creek, SeaWorld brings the sea to Orlando.
Hunters Creek Orlando real estate gives you high-seas adventure in your own backyard!
Experience the tallest drop of any flume ride in the world on Infinity Falls, one of SeaWorld's newest and most popular attractions.
Or, for thrills that are less wet but just as wild, brave death defying speeds, loops, and rolls on either of SeaWorld's famous steel coasters.
Manta, a prone-position "flying" coaster that gives you the sensation of flying 140 feet above the park.
And Mako, a "hypercoaster" billed as the fastest, longest, and tallest roller coaster in Orlando.
A range of other rides, exhibits, shows, shops, and eateries, will fill up your itinerary fast.
So plan a full day to get the most out of your SeaWorld adventure!
8. Discovery Cove
One of Orlando's best kept secrets, Discovery Cove may not have the brand-name recognition of parks like Disney.
But it's every bit as magical!
Discovery takes the theme of its sister park, SeaWorld, and scales it down into a a series of intimate, once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
Chief among them being the dolphin-swim experience.
A hands-on encounter where you can, in Discovery Cove's words, "talk, touch, play, and swim" with live bottlenose dolphins.
Other attractions include a large "free-flight" aviary, a heated lazy river that flows through the aviary on its way around the park, and the Grand Reef, a man-made reef where you can snorkel with sharks, eels, and an array of tropical fish!
SeaWorld's other sister park, Aquatica, is one of Orlando's most unique attractions.
Aquatica took the mold left by now defunct Orlando water park, Wet 'n Wild, and injected it with SeaWorld's own brand of marine "edutainment."
Making for a one-of-a-kind mix of thrilling water rides and unforgettable animal encounters.
Waddle off the jelly-leg-inducing heights of Ihu's Breakaway Falls, and into a waddle of live penguins!
Or, for the ultimate synthesis of wildlife and wild ride, try the Dolphin Plunge.
A dueling body slide that drops you though a black abyss into a dazzling underwater dolphin habitat!
10. Short Drive to Disney and Universal Studios
While SeaWorld and its sister parks, Discovery Cove and Aquatica, are practically in your back yard, they aren't the only great Orlando parks Hunters Creek real estate gives you access to.
The most famous theme park of them all, Disney World, is less than 15 minutes from Hunters Creek.
As is Disney Springs, a huge shopping, dining, and entertainment complex that's more Gucci than Goofy.
Hunters Creek, FL houses for sale are also just 20 minutes from Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure.
Two of the world's best-known, most well-regarded thrill parks.
Not to mention Universal's own version of Disney Springs, CityWalk.
Where you'll find everything from live music, to gourmet grub, to high-end apparel.