Centerpiece of Corkscrew Shores is its spectacular lake
By Andrea Stetson: Special to the News Press
Special to The News-Press The 240-acre lake glistens a brilliant turquoise under the sparkling sun. The water is clear almost like the Caribbean. This lake is nothing like most man-made watering holes in Southwest Florida.
The lake, which is the showcase of the new development Corkscrew Shores, was created when the site was a quarry for the excavation of limestone that was used for buildings, roads, bridges and more. Excavators dug 70 feet below the surface, making this body of water extremely deep.Read the full story