The Indian Creek Village, which is situated on a man-made barrier island along Biscayne Bay, is a municipality located in the Southeastern tip of the Florida peninsula, on the northeastern part of Miami-Dade County with a total land area of approximately 0.46 square miles (294 acres).
The privately-owned, exclusive residential enclave which includes 41 platted waterfront residential home sites (which are owned by 36 property owners with 29 estate homes as of December 31, 2017), and the ultra-exclusive private membership Indian Creek Country Club (I.C.C.C.). The Village Hall complex is located at another parcel on the northeast side of the Surfside Bridge over Indian Creek waterway. The home sites are arranged along the east, south and west shores of the island.
The balance of the island is occupied by the I.C.C.C. which consists of a clubhouse, members golf course, dockage and other assembly, hospitality and special event facilities which were designed by Architect Maurice Fatio in 1929. The residences and Club are connected solely to the mainland via the Surfside Bridge over Indian Creek. The Creek is a tidally influenced residential canal that connects to Biscayne Bay and ultimately to the Atlantic Ocean via the Baker’s Haulover Inlet. Both the west and east edges of the canal have vertical seawalls. The depth of the waterway at the Bridge is approximately nine feet mean low water (MLW).