Hunters Creek is an Orange County, Florida community characterized by its attractive neighborhoods, numerous parks, and more than 20 lakes. Although it`s largely a residential area, hotels in Hunters Creek attract visitors with their proximity to the huge wealth of major tourist attractions in and around Orlando, just 16 miles to the north. Add to this year-round sunshine, ample opportunities for outdoor recreation, and a variety of convenient transportation options for a winning combination just waiting to be visited.
If you plan on staying in Hunters Creek hotels, you`re likely to fly into Orlando International Airport (MCO), 14 miles to the northeast of the community. Getting to Hunters Creek from MCO is relatively straightforward, with a choice of rental cars, shuttles, taxis, or public transport. You can take a taxi from Level 1 of Terminals A and B or grab a taxi from one of six companies with metered-only fares authorized to operate at the airport. Some Orlando hotels close to the airport offer free shuttle buses, which pick you up at Level 1 of Terminal B. Or you can arrange a shared van service in advance. Ten rental car companies have offices at the airport, and many more offer complimentary shuttles to their off-airport locations. For public transport, head to the bus stop on Level 1 of Terminal 1 and use Central Florida Regional Transit Authority buses to get to Hunters Creek. Once you reach Hunters Creek, get ready to explore. If you`re a golfer, be sure to make a tee time at the community`s 18-hole championship course, which is part of the Orlando Golf Trail. Rent a car in Hunters Creek to make it easy to travel with your clubs, and to get to and from other local attractions, such as Osprey Park and Eagle`s Park. Both are popular fishing spots that also feature sports facilities and walking paths.
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