Fort Mill now has a population of more than 11,000 and an estimated 40,000 within the entire township.
Among our many assets are numerous churches, an excellent public school system, the Leroy Springs Recreation Complex, the YMCA at Baxter, Paramount’s Carowinds theme park, five golf courses, numerous civic groups, and a very rich history!
Just incorporated into the city limits is the Anne Springs Close Greenway – 2,300 acres of protected green space with 32 miles of horse and walking trails, campsites, mountain biking, a 28-acre reservoir for fishing, and a nature center.
There are neighborhood parks all over town. The Walter Y. Elisha Park on North White Street has running/walking trails, fitness equipment, and a playground.
The Charlotte Knights baseball team is also located in the Fort Mill Township.
If shopping is your preferred recreational activity, you’ll want to check out the shops and restaurants in our historic downtown area and all along Highway 160, from Tega Cay to the west of Fort Mill to the Indian Land and Ballantyne area to the east. Charlotte, NC is just a few minutes north on I-77 and Rock Hill is a few minutes south on U.S. Highway 21.