Calusa Creek was first surveyed by George Huston in 1845 and was known as Township 39.
George Huston was officially documented as the first man to step foot on the Calusa Creek property, where he found the land to be worth about $800 per square mile.
Calusa Creek has always been appreciated for its beauty, diversity and wildlife.
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The native habitat on Calusa Creek has gone through significant changes over the years due to improved drainage systems throughout the property with the ability to support hundreds of pine flatwoods.
As a hunting hotspot with wide-open land containing countless species of unique vegetation, today we appreciate Calusa Creek for the same reasons early settlers migrated to the area.