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Bustling with historic small-town charm and beautiful natural views, McCormick County, SC land and farms truly embodies the “Natural Pace of Life.” Gifted with many local rivers and lakes, McCormick County, SC has long been a great place to settle down and work the land. Local government works with Clemson University’s McCormick County Cooperative Extension to support and educate local farmers and ranchers in everything from equine management to farm tax law, while McCormick Farmers Market provides farm-to-table services to individuals, local restaurants, and businesses. Small towns mean small businesses and the McCormick Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development departments are invested in supporting new businesses through providing tax incentives and readily available property. Available land and farms in McCormick County, SC include estates of all sizes and price ranges, farmland, ranchland, riverfront land, historic properties, and commercial, industrial, and recreational properties. McCormick County School District offers comprehensive K-12 education for all ages, as well as early education at the McCormick Learning Center, which provides enriching childcare for infants and toddlers.
As any native will tell you, there’s a lot to be found among small towns like those housing McCormick County, SC land and farms. The county’s proximity to Sumter National Forest and South Carolina’s freshwater coast offers a straight shot into the outdoors and back to nature. The Little River Blueway alone offers opportunities for biking, hiking, fishing, camping, and boating. Residents can go cycling along the trails of Hamilton Branch State Park, hike through cypress trees on the banks of Lake Thurmond, kayak down the bountiful waterways of Stevens Creek Heritage Preserve or go searching the woods for historic gems like Badwell Cemetery. After a long day out, nothing is better than getting a bite to eat at a local café or eatery.
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