A Tale of Two Towns: Fort Mill & Indian Land
“Hometown” mural by Caroline Simas – Courtesy of the Artist
Fall Creativity Awaits You in Fort Mill & Indian Land
By Amanda Lea
Divided by Sugar Creek and connected by Hwy. 160, Fort Mill and Indian Land are two South Carolina towns that offer complementary views of old and new.
From its textile roots and railroad ties, Fort Mill’s roots run deep. Each building and park in the downtown area has a story to share.
Business has been booming in Indian Land over the last few years, with exciting growth that continues to build a solid collection of local restaurant, retail and recreational offerings.
You can spend the day exploring highlights in both areas, but there’s plenty to see to keep you coming back. Click here (or the button below) to embark on your creative tour of Fort Mill and Indian Land.
This is the seventh installment of a new exploration series sponsored by OrthoCarolina, that encourages everyone to go for walks to discover creative communities across the Charlotte region.
A Few Teasers for You
Here are a handful of the gems you’ll discover in Ft. Mill & Indian Land. Unless otherwise noted, photos below are by Ernesto Moreno.
Downtown Fort Mill
Art at Walnut Creek Park – CREDIT: Amanda Lea
“Service” by Bruno Luchessi in the “Springs of Achievement” – CREDIT: Staff
In front of the Fort Mill Community Playhouse
Crossings on Main – CREDIT: Amanda Lea
A hoppy friend hanging around outside Amor Artis Brewing
Did We Miss One of Your Favorites?
If you have a favorite creative location in Fort Mill or Indian Trail that we didn’t include in this story, reach out to us at email@example.com with a description and a photo! We’ll add it to the story as a reader suggestion.
Keep on Exploring!
Be sure to check out the other creative excursions we’ve shared in this series:
Creative Tour of Belmont
Creative Tour of Matthews
Creative Tour of University City
Creative Tour of Mecklenburg County Public Art
Creative Tour of Rock Hill’s Mural Mile
Creative Tour of Boone, N.C.
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