Parks, Facilities, and Other Properties

Area Property Address Property Description
 
Buford  
  Bear Creek Park 1672 S. Potter Rd. 4.5 acres with a picnic shelter, open green space, and a fishing lake. Click here to view Bear Creek Park at a glance.
Buford Battleground 262 Rocky River Rd. 1 acre with picnic tables and walking trail. Built to memorialize and honor the American soldiers who fell in the battle which occurred at this place. Click here for more information, or click here to view the Battleground in brief.
Buford Recreation Complex 4073 Hurley Walters Rd. This 26 acre property houses a 16,500 sq. ft. recreation center with a gymnasium, kitchen, and meeting/activity rooms, along with 5 lighted soccer fields, 2 lighted youth baseball/softball fields, and 2 lighted adult baseball/softball fields. To view the complex, click here
 
Flat Creek  
  Flat Creek Park 3500 Gold Mine Hwy. 6 acres with a 1/5 mile rubberized walking track, one unlit baseball/softball field, two unlit tennis courts, and playground equipment.
Tripp Faulkenberry 3404 Lee Deese Rd. 2 acres with one unlit youth baseball/softball field.
 
Heath Springs  
  David McIsaac Park 107 S. College St. 4 acres with one lighted, adult baseball/softball field, and one unlit youth baseball/softball field.
Heath Springs Athletic Complex 200 Boyd Faile Rd. 10 acres with two lighted, collegiate size, artificial turf soccer fields with scoreboards, a concession stand, restrooms, a picnic shelter, playground, and lighted walking track.
 
Indian Land  
  Bailes Ridge Nature Trail Hwy 160 & Old Bailes Rd. 3 acres and a natural walking trail. To take a look at Bailes Ridge, click here.
Deputy Roy Hardin Park 8341 Shelly Mullis Rd. 2 acres with a picnic shelter, grills, a dog convenience site, two playgrounds, and a 1/4 mile paved walking track. Click here to view the park.
Harrisburg Athletic Complex 10167 Harrisburg Rd.
10 acres with two lighted, adult size soccer fields with a concessions stand, restrooms, a picnic shelter, and playground.
Indian Land Recreation Center 8286 Charlotte Hwy.
This 12.5 acre property houses a newly renovated recreation center with two full gyms, activity/meeting rooms, a kitchen/concession area, and one lighted youth baseball/softball field.
Walnut Creek Park 10521 Walnut Creek Pkwy.
60 acres with one lighted adult baseball/softball field, one unlit adult baseball/softball field, two lighted youth baseball/softball fields, two unlit youth baseball/softball fields, two lighted soccer fields, one unlit soccer field, unlit tennis courts, a 3.5 mile trail, a concession stand and picnic shelter, restrooms, office space, and two playgrounds. Click here to view Walnut Creek Park.
 
Kershaw  
  Andrew Jackson Recreation Center 6354 N Matson St. Gymnasium, activity/meeting rooms, and a playground.
Marion Boan 219 Little Dude Ave.
5 acres with one lighted adult baseball/softball field and one lighted youth baseball/softball field.
Mullinax Park 635 E Church St.
4.5 acres with two lighted soccer fields, a playground, and concession stand.
Lancaster  
  Buckelew Park 405 Chester St.
11 acres with two unlit youth baseball/softball fields and two playgrounds.
Laurie Brice Park 1140 Elliott St.
5.5 acres with one unlit multi-purpose field.
Melvin Steele Park 120 Springdale Rd. 10 acres with two lighted multi-purpose fields.
Springdale Recreation Complex 260 S Plantation Rd.
Recreation center with a gymnasium, kitchen, activity/meeting rooms, along with four lighted youth baseball/softball fields, a concession stand, restrooms, and a 1/3 mile walking track.
Springs Park 1184 Springs Park Road 18 acres with boat ramp, fishing pier, restrooms, a picnic shelter, and two grills.
Stafford Belk Park 190 E Brooklyn Ave.
1 acre with a playground.
Wylie Street Pool 106 S Wylie St.
4.5 acres with one outdoor swimming pool and restrooms.
For more information on the pool, public swim hours, and swim lessons, click here.

Carolina Thread Trail
Twelve Mile Creek Trail at Walnut Creek Park is part of the Carolina Thread Trail System. The trail length is approximately 3.7 miles of sustainable natural surface adjacent to Twelve Mile Creek in the Walnut Creek. The trail is approximately three to four feet wide with a two foot cleared shoulder on each side. The main access for the trail is at Walnut Creek Park. There is additional access at the bridge on Carrington Drive in the Walnut Creek community. The trail ends at the North Carolina State Line.

The trail is open to the public from dawn to dusk. Walkers and mountain bikers are welcome. No motorized vehicles or horses. Pets must be on a leash. Trail rules, history, and map are posted at Walnut Creek Park and available here.

Farmers Market
The farmers market is located at 1920 Pageland Hwy., Lancaster. For more information on the farmers market, hours of operation, and how to become a vendor, click here.

If you have any questions, please call (803)-285-5545.