The heart of Hunter's Green
In addition to the beautiful nature reserves throughout and surrounding Hunter's Green three-bedroom apartment rentals, the Hunter's Green Country Club adds more green space and scenic views in the area. The 6,900-yard, 18-hole golf course designed by famed architect Tom Fazio puts the green in Hunter's Green. This course offers residents the chance to have a world-class golf course within their neighborhood. Whether driving, chipping or putting on the golf course's perfectly manicured grass, the fairways and greens give members a superior experience. For the family members more interested in a racket than a 3-wood, the club features 17 lit outdoor tennis courts, two racquetball courts and a variety of tennis leagues. There's also a junior Olympic-sized swimming pool, sand volleyball court, indoor cycling studio and top-of-the-line exercise center right on the lake, for beautiful views while you and your children keep active.
The club also offers members plenty of social and dining opportunities. Whether it's lunch at Fazio's Grille or the 19th Hole or dinner at Vinter's Club, only the finest and best-prepared food is served. A variety of speakers also come to the club to give educational and inspirational lectures and talks. Tournaments, holiday celebrations, dinners and other functions will fill your calendar with fun activities that the whole family will enjoy.
Outside the club
Although Hunter's Green Country Club is a significant aspect of the community, it's not the only place for recreation and activities near three-bedroom Tampa apartments for rent. The Hunter's Green Community Park gives joggers and athletes a place to run and play. The 15-acre facility features a jogging path with exercise stations spread along it as well as a basketball court, tennis court, baseball field, soccer field and playground. It has enough activities to entertain the family all day and space for a picnic when the sun begins to go down. Three-bedroom apartments near Tampa are only a little more than an hour from Orlando, too, for even more family fun.
Because of its proximity to I-75, commuting to downtown Tampa is a breeze. The 22-mile, 25-minute drive takes you through the expansive Flatwood Wilderness Park and straight into the city.