Indian Land, SC
Indian Land located in Lancaster County is experiencing tremendous residential and commercial growth. Two local counties rank in the top four fastest-growing counties in South Carolina, with Lancaster County leading the way.
Indian Land, SC
Indian Land located in Lancaster County is experiencing tremendous residential and commercial growth. Two local counties rank in the top four fastest-growing counties in South Carolina, with Lancaster County leading the way. Between 2013 and 2014, Lancaster County grew by 2,640 residents, an increase of 3.3 percent, according to Census figures. Lancaster County ranked 26th in the nation for growth. -The Herald
The entire county abounds with landmarks of historical significance.
Kilburnie, which had been the oldest standing residence in the City of Lancaster, has been moved and lovingly restored as a historic bed and breakfast.If you are looking for something less historic, Sun City offers new Homes in Ft. Mill/Indian Land built by Pulte Homes.
Much can be learned about Lancaster native and seventh President of the United States Andrew Jackson at the State Park established in his honor. Located nine miles north of Lancaster, the 360-acre Andrew Jackson State Park features a museum and one-room schoolhouse reminiscent of the Jackson era. Recreational opportunities include a 25-site family campground, a seven-acre fishing lake with rental boats, picnic shelters, nature trails and a playground. Both a Meeting House (complete with kitchenette) and a 7,500 square-foot outdoor amphitheater can be rented for special events. The focal point of the grounds is an equestrian statue of young Andrew Jackson by famed sculptress Anna Hyatt Huntington.
Forty-Acre Rock is a geological phenomenon featuring a 14-acre flat granite rock and at least twenty unusual and endangered plant species. A National Natural Landmark, the Forty Acre Rock Heritage Preserve and Wildlife Management Area encompasses 2,267 acres of the most diverse protected area in the Piedmont region that also includes waterslides, waterfalls, beaver pond, caves, hardwood and pine forests, and a variety of wildflowers and wildlife.
Hanging Rock Battleground, a Revolutionary War battle site, features a walking trail along which can be seen the Hanging Rock’s unusual shape and appearance, wall flowers, an old mill site and a bridge spanning the Catawba Indian Path. Approximately five miles south of the town of Heath Springs, off Flat Rock Road.
Landsford Canal State Park, the last of a dozen 19th century South Carolina river canals, Landsford Canal has all of its major features intact. The park has a trail along the canal and a Lockkeeper’s house which contains interpretive exhibits on the canal system in South Carolina. The park is home to one of the largest populations of the rare rocky shoals spider lilies that are beautifully in full-bloom from mid-May to mid-June.
Four outstanding 18-hole courses ready to challenge both new and experienced duffers….Begin in Indian Land with the Sun City Carolina Lakes Golf Club. Drive down to Lancaster to enjoy the 6500-yard championship Lancaster Golf Club which boasts fast greens and some cleverly designed holes. Ten miles from downtown Lancaster, golfers enjoy the panoramic views that look more like a mountain course. Water does not come into play on many shots, although several holes border Fishing Creek Lake. Complete your golf trip at the Kershaw Golf Course, 15 miles south of Lancaster. The 5000-yard course has a creek that runs the perimeter and bunkers in just the right places, with landmarks of historical significance.