Colonial Country Club Community Development District

CDD Preserves

The Colonial Country Club CDD occupies +/- 160 acres of preserve within Lee County, Florida. The Preserve protects important water resources, diverse natural habitats, scenic landscapes and historic and cultural resources in the rapidly developing southwest Florida corridor. Public recreational opportunities include hiking and wildlife / natural vegetation viewing.


Wildlife that has been also observed in the preserves include: Boat Tailed Grackle, Anhinga, Mockingbird, Red Shouldered Hawk, Black Vulture, Northern Cardinal, American Crow, Great White Egret, Little Blue Heron, White Ibis, Mottled Duck, Red-Bellied Woodpecker, Red Winged Blackbird, Snowy Egret, Feral Hog, Raccoon, Eastern Cottontail Rabbit, Armadillo and Southern Black Racer.


Colonial Country Club CDD Preserve Map