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Seated amid the sparkling lakes and rivers of upstate South Carolina, Laurens County offers beautiful natural views and thriving small-town communities. Land and farms in Laurens County, SC have a long history of agricultural prosperity, and agribusiness continues to be a major source of income. The county’s Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to supporting local farmers by supporting buy local programs, farmers markets, and educational opportunities in conjunction with Clemson University, through the Laurens County Cooperative Extension. Laurens County’s temperate seasons and plentiful water sources provide good conditions for a variety of crops and livestock, giving Laurens County, SC land and farms a diverse range of vegetable farms, orchards, nurseries, cattle ranches, poultry farms, and apiaries. Opportunities include farmland, ranchland, riverfront land, lakefront land, clear and forested acreages, and estates of all sizes and price ranges. Residents have easy access to Laurens County School District 55 and School District 56, which together offer 16 local schools for students K-12.
Laurens County, SC land and farms are known for their natural beauty and residents will never run out of outdoor adventures or places to explore. Lake Greenwood and Lake Rabon offer over 200 miles of shoreline for swimming, boating, and walks along the shore. Anglers will find plenty of opportunities to drop a line for striped bass or channel catfish in the Enoree or Saluda Rivers, while hikers can spend afternoons exploring trails in Sumter National Forest or other areas upkept by the Laurens County Trails Association. Fans of the arts can sit down for a show at the Laurens County Community Theatre or local Presbyterian College, or explore local history at the Laurens County Museum. And, after a day out, everyone can benefit from some good old fashioned Southern hospitality at one of the county’s many local restaurants.
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