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About Indian Trail
Sixteen miles southeast of Charlotte, Indian Trail, North Carolina is considered one of the best suburbs in the metropolitan area by the real estate website Niche. Before it was settled by German, Scottish and Irish immigrants, the area which would become Indian Trail was originally part of the Occaneechi Path or the Great Trading Path linking the Catawba and Cherokee tribes in North Carolina with Native Americans to the north and later to English fur traders in Virginia. The path had been established by native groups along the Appalachian Mountains thousands of years ago for trade, hunting and warfare. Today, Crossing Paths Park in Indian Trail features the bust of an Eastern Woodland native with the caption, “A Sojourner of the Trail.” The statue, funded by the Indian Trail Arts and Historical Society, is the city’s first example of “public art.” In the 1700’s the path brought European settlers to Indian Trail who built homes and farms in the area. For most of the 19th century the town remained sparsely populated until the coming of the railroad along the same trails used for the Great Trading Path. By the early 20th century the town had a cotton gin, sawmill, general stores and a brickyard. Population, however, did not start to increase until late in the 1900’s. In fact, the city’s numbers have skyrocketed in recent years with the population going from less than 2,000 in 1990 to nearly 40,000 in 2016. This growth is consistent with the entire Charlotte area which has seen booming population in the first decades of the 21st century. Niche gives Indian Trail an overall grade of A and ranks it as one of the top 20 suburbs in the Charlotte region. In 2009, Family Circle Magazine named Indian Trail one of the top ten towns and cities in the nation for families.
An Indian Trail tutor will keep you caught up on your most difficult academic subjects so you can enjoy the many things to do in the Charlotte area. Crooked Creek Park is a large green space on the eastern edge of the city. The park offers a variety of recreational opportunities for residents. The park has a zip line, athletic fields, picnic tables and walking track. It also features an 18-hole disc golf course. Future renovations to the park include the building of a splashpad for summer fun. A few miles northwest of Crooked Creek, Crossing Paths Park was the first public park in Indian Trail. Crossing Paths features community festivals, concerts in the park and family movie nights.
Indian Trail benefits from its proximity to the many amenities and attractions in Charlotte. The Levine Museum of the New South chronicles life in the North Carolina Piedmont region in the years after the Civil War. "Cotton Fields to Skyscrapers: Charlotte and the Carolina Piedmont in the New South" is a permanent exhibit with displays such as a cotton gin, one-room tenant farmer’s house and a 1950’s lunch counter where visitors can hear the personal stories of civil rights leaders. Another popular exhibit in the museum is “Let Love Reign,” a selection of photographs by former Charlotte resident and professional photographer Catalina Kulczar-Marin.
For kids and adults alike, Carowinds is a 398-acre amusement park only about a half hour drive from Indian Trail. Opened in 1973, the park features eight themed areas such as Celebration Plaza, home to the 262-foot tall Carolina Skytower which affords visitors spectacular views of the park and the city. Inspired by racing hero Dale Earnhardt, the Intimidator roller coaster reaches speeds up to 75 mph. Other thrill rides throughout the park include the Carolina Cyclone, a steel roller coaster with two vertical loops, Carolina Goldrusher, Vortex, SlingShot and The Flying Cobras, a forwards and backwards roller coaster with a vertical loop.
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