Indian Trail, North Carolina

Located in Union County, Indian Trail is about 15 miles southeast of Charlotte. It was named one of the top 10 best places in America to raise a family by Family Circle Magazine. The goal of the town while it continues to flourish is to preserve the family friendly atmosphere.

In 1907, Indian Trail officially became a town. For many years, Indian Trail was the main supplier of
cotton within Charlotte. The farming life began to shift around the 1990’s to a more of a suburban feel. “According to, Indian Trail’s population tripled in 10 years from 2000 to 2010.”

In 2010, The Indian Trail Arts and Historical Society was created. It is a non-profit organization that its mission is to preserve the history of Indian Trail by educating the public and celebrating the town’s heritage.

Children that live within Indian Trail attend Union County Schools, which is outstanding in education because one third of the schools are Honor Schools of Excellence.

Indian Trail also provides a sense of community, hosting events such as: Sunset Series Movie Nights, 4th of July Parade, Piedmont Cultural Arts Festival and much more! There are newsletters sent out quarterly that inform residents of upcoming events, issues within the town and projects taking place.

Just around the corner from Indian Trail is Stallings, N.C. Stallings offers its residents an annual Stallings Fest located in Stallings Municipal Park. The festival is a way to enjoy carnival rides, food trucks and a day spent with loved ones.

Other events Stallings holds are: Stallings movie and fitness night, disc golf tournaments, fitness in the park, and much more!

About ten minutes down the road is the popular suburb, Matthews. Shopping centers like the
Arboretum, a busy hub for boutiques, and Sycamore Commons, a restaurant-based locale known for
holding Summer Concerts from June to September, this town is completely structured around bringing
people together.

Come see why people love the towns of Indian Trail and Stallings! Being only about 20 minutes away from Center City and about 10 minutes from Matthews, there is always an adventure awaiting!

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