Lake Murray Community of Indian Fork in Chapin, SC
Indian Fork is a Lake Murray community in the charming town of Chapin, South Carolina. This well established community offers large lots with both lake access and lake front homes. Homes are 3-5 bedrooms with square footages ranging from 2,300 to 3,600 square feet. There are also a few lots available with pricing from $23,000 to $40,000. There is an HOA fee which provides access to a community boat ramp, dock, children’s play area, tennis courts and a basketball court. The community also holds yearly neighborhood events including an oyster roast, pig roast, spring fling, fall steak-out and holiday luminaries. Students living in Indian Fork attend the Lexington/Richland Five district schools of Lake Murray Elementary, Chapin Middle and Chapin High.
Indian Fork is the perfect community for residents wanting an active lifestyle. Recreational venues are minutes away with Timberlake Country Club and Murraywood Swim and Racquet Club both just about a 20 minute drive. Shopping is also close by with Columbiana Centre shopping mall just over ten miles away and Seven Oaks Shopping Center fifteen miles away. There are several restaurants nearby that include the Higher Ground Char House, Liberty Tap Room & Grill, and the lake front Rusty Anchor Restaurant, all within approximately five miles of Indian Fork. Additional recreation includes Crooked Creek Park, with a wide variety of recreational, cultural, instructional, and social activities, and Dreher Island State Park with nature trails, water recreation, and some of the area’s best bass fishing.
Chapin is a small lake town at the northern tip of Lexington County. The town takes pride in community events such as the Chapin Labor Day Festival and Parade, Fall Art Festival, and a seasonal Downtown Farmer’s Market. The quaint town is also home to a number of locally-owned restaurants and a variety of unique shops and galleries. Living in Chapin gives residents a rural feel with larger towns and the capital city of Columbia nearby. The biggest draw to the area is Lake Murray, a 50,000 acre lake with more than 500 miles of shoreline. The lake attracts thousands of people each year for boating and water sports including fishing, swimming, skiing and more! The lake also hosts nationally sponsored fishing tournaments each year.
To live the lake life you dream of, consider a move to the small town of Chapin and the community of Indian Fork.