Although it's one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, Indian Trail maintains its small-town southern charm. Throughout the year, the 33,518 residents take part in a variety of fun-filled events. You can take in a movie under the night sky during the Sunset Series Movie Night at Crossing Paths Park. There's the annual Fourth of July parade, which is the state's biggest parade. If you like one-of-kind pottery and artwork, you can check out the Annual Pottery Sale and Indian Hills Cultural Arts Festival. The town also comes together for Community Pride Week, Trash and Recycling Drop-Off Day, Halloween Candy Crawl and the Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting celebration.

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It only takes 15 minutes to drive from Indian Trail, North Carolina to its sister-city Charlotte. This gives residents immediate access to retail shops, restaurants, museums and major sporting events. The friendly suburban town has a reputation for being an ideal area for raising a family. Home buyers can find affordable houses ranging from a sprawling ranch style on a private wooded lot to a charming 2-story craftsman in a sub-division.

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