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121 Bill Williamson Court
121 Bill Williamson Court
Red Bank, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,155
1150 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
Lease and Move-in before December 24th and receive first FULL MONTH of RENT FREE! Must be a 12-month Lease or Longer. Apply Today!! Call for details (803) 339-3444 Register for your self-guided tour today: www.rentconrex.
1 Unit Available
361 Pin Oak Drive
361 Pin Oak Drive
Red Bank, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,275
1241 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and approximately 1,241 square feet. Enjoy the freedom of a virtually maintenance free lifestyle while residing in a great community.
1 Unit Available
108 Condor Route
108 Condor Route
Red Bank, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1092 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Perfect Location! - This great Lexington area home now available. There is a cute front porch to welcome you. As you enter the home, you will notice many modern updates and features.
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13 Units Available
Lauren Ridge
500 Carlen Ave
Lexington, SC
1 Bedroom
$1,181
916 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,225
1086 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,334
1280 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Located between I-20 and Route 1, and close to Lexington Place, Lexington Towne Centre II and public library. Full access to all on-site amenities like the internet cafe, outdoor pool, gym and car wash area.
1 Unit Available
318 Cavalier Lane
318 Cavalier Lane
Lexington County, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1656 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
Nice 3 bedroom, 2.5 home in the Village at White Knoll subdivision in Lexington. Covered front entry, two-car garage, and fenced backyard with deck. Spacious living room off foyer.
1 Unit Available
151 Greenbank Drive
151 Greenbank Drive
Lexington County, SC
4 Bedrooms
$2,300
3100 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Gorgeous 4 bedroom home in Lexington's Manor's at White Knoll! Great open floor plan! Formal living and dining room! Upgraded kitchen with stone backsplash and under bar area! Kitchen is open to large great room with cozy gas fireplace! Huge
1 Unit Available
143 Ridge Terrace Lane
143 Ridge Terrace Lane
Lexington County, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,699
1904 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB. Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
127 Brooksong Drive
127 Brooksong Drive
Lexington County, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,349
1305 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB.
1 Unit Available
124 Double Eagle Circle
124 Double Eagle Circle
Lexington County, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,365
1331 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
Come tour this four bed, two bath home today! This unit has 1331 square feet of space, with amenities including a kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, and dishwasher, fireplace, stainless steel appliances, central air, ceiling fans and washer/dryer
Results within 5 miles of Red Bank
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11 Units Available
The Overlook at Golden Hills
300 Caughman Farm Lane
Lexington, SC
1 Bedroom
$1,030
788 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
990 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,375
1206 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Situated east of the N. Lake Drive/Sunset Blvd. intersection, Overlook at Golden Hills offers spacious, pet-friendly apartments with in-unit laundry and patio/balcony. Kitchens have granite countertops and wooden cabinetry. Grounds include gym, pool and clubhouse.
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20 Units Available
Reserve at Mill Landing Apartment Homes
809 E Main St
Lexington, SC
1 Bedroom
$875
748 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,029
1102 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,344
1337 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:48 AM
The Reserve at Mill Landing Apartments in Lexington, South Carolina offers you the wonderful feeling of small town life with all the amenities of luxurious metropolitan living.
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7 Units Available
River Bluff of Lexington
300 Palmetto Park Blvd
Lexington, SC
1 Bedroom
$1,099
740 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,259
994 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,374
1120 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 03:25 PM
In a fast-growing area. Near public transportation and area amenities. Spacious interiors with open floor plans, islands, and wood flooring. On-site pool with sundeck and ample green space.
1 Unit Available
142 Dickert Drive
142 Dickert Drive
Oak Grove, SC
4 Bedrooms
$1,275
1570 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
Apply Today!! Call for details (803) 339-3444 Register for your self-guided tour today: www.rentconrex.com Unfortunately this property does not qualify for section 8 housing vouchers.
1 Unit Available
128 Villa Court
128 Villa Court
Lexington County, SC
2 Bedrooms
$750
917 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
**AVAILABLE NOW** 128 Villa Court Apt C, West Columbia, SC 29170 2 BR/1.2 BA, 1,000 SqFt Single Family Home Features 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Stove and refrigerator included. Off street parking.
1 Unit Available
116 Tybo Drive
116 Tybo Drive
Lexington, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1901 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
FOR A LIMITED TIME: FREE APPLICATION! ASK ABOUT OUR CASHLESS SECURITY DEPOSIT OPTION! Welcome to Kairos Living, welcome home! Brand new home in a beautiful neighborhood! This spacious 3 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
120 Tybo Drive
120 Tybo Drive
Lexington, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1901 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
FOR A LIMITED TIME: FREE APPLICATION! ASK ABOUT OUR CASHLESS SECURITY DEPOSIT OPTION! Welcome to Kairos Living, welcome home! Brand new home in a beautiful neighborhood! This spacious 3 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
132 Tybo Drive
132 Tybo Drive
Lexington, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1901 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
FOR A LIMITED TIME: FREE APPLICATION! ASK ABOUT OUR CASHLESS SECURITY DEPOSIT OPTION! Welcome to Kairos Living, welcome home! Brand new home in a beautiful neighborhood! This spacious 3 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
110 Tybo Drive
110 Tybo Drive
Lexington, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1901 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
FOR A LIMITED TIME: FREE APPLICATION! ASK ABOUT OUR CASHLESS SECURITY DEPOSIT OPTION! Welcome to Kairos Living, welcome home! Brand new home in a beautiful neighborhood! This spacious 3 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
118 Tybo Drive
118 Tybo Dr
Lexington, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1901 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
FOR A LIMITED TIME: FREE APPLICATION! ASK ABOUT OUR CASHLESS SECURITY DEPOSIT OPTION! Welcome to Kairos Living, welcome home! Brand new home in a beautiful neighborhood! This spacious 3 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
114 Tybo Drive
114 Tybo Drive
Lexington, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1901 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
FOR A LIMITED TIME: FREE APPLICATION! ASK ABOUT OUR CASHLESS SECURITY DEPOSIT OPTION! Welcome to Kairos Living, welcome home! Brand new home in a beautiful neighborhood! This spacious 3 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
430 Henslowe Lane
430 Henslowe Ln
Lexington County, SC
4 Bedrooms
$2,132
3236 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
Come tour this 4 bed, 3.
1 Unit Available
107 Sedgewood Lane
107 Sedgewood Lane
Lexington County, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,305
1687 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:45 AM
Lease and Move-in before December 24th and receive first FULL MONTH of RENT FREE! Must be a 12-month Lease or Longer. Now available is this beautiful 3 bedroom 2 bathroom ranch homes that sits just over 1,600sf.
1 Unit Available
108 Cobblers Glen Court
108 Cobblers Glen Court
Lexington County, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
2300 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:18 AM
Nice home in excellent neighborhood with community pool. Two story great room and two story foyer. Sunny Florida Room off great room.
1 Unit Available
115 Carlsbad Road
115 Carlsbad Ct
Lexington County, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,149
1262 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Great West Columbia Rental Home Available Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB.
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City Guide

Red Bank
Space is important, particularly when you're talking about punctuation: don't get Red Bank, South Carolina, confused with the town that used to be called Redbank. The latter is now called Saluda and is in a neighboring county!
Space is important, particularly when you're talking about punctuation: don't get Red Bank, South Carolina, confused with the town that used to be called Redbank. The latter is now called Saluda and is in a neighboring county!

Red Bank, a census-designated place, or CDP, is in Lexington County in the center of the Palmetto State (South Carolina). Home to nearly 9,000 residents and spanning over 12 square miles, Red Bank is rife with history, Southern charm and beautiful homes. The CDP is often considered part of the historic town of Lexington.

Moving to Red Bank

If you aren't from the South, you'll need to get used to the sometimes-stifling heat and high humidity levels of this part of South Carolina. From June through August, daytime highs are typically in the 90s, and the nighttime lows only drop to the low 70s. The good news is that just about all apartment rentals in Red Bank come equipped with air conditioning! If your cooling bills might be an issue, consider looking for a place advertised as "all bills paid." This, of course, means that you won't have to worry about how much your electric bill is, even if you keep it pretty frosty in the summer! Because of the high heat and humidity, you might be better off moving in the early spring, late fall or even during the mild winter when you'll rarely have to deal with even a dusting of snow.

You won't find too many apartment complexes in Red Bank; instead, you'll find that most of the available property rentals consist of townhouses, duplexes or single-family homes. Rental rates in this area tend to be on the high side when compared with similar homes in other sections of South Carolina, but if you're coming from one of the bigger cities or from somewhere like the Northeast or the Pacific Northwest, these prices will seem like a steal.

To prepare for your move to Red Bank, you'll need a way to pay the bills (i.e. a job) and the same documentation that you'd need to provide to a landlord anywhere else: pay stubs, tax forms, a letter of reference from your current landlord and maybe a copy of your credit report. Don't be surprised when your potential landlord runs a credit check of his or her own, though, and don't be shocked when you're the one footing the bill. That's just how it is!

Moving to Red Bank
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If you aren't from the South, you'll need to get used to the sometimes-stifling heat and high humidity levels of this part of South Carolina. From June through August, daytime highs are typically in the 90s, and the nighttime lows only drop to the low 70s. The good news is that just about all apartment rentals in Red Bank come equipped with air conditioning! If your cooling bills might be an issue, consider looking for a place advertised as "all bills paid." This, of course, means that you won't have to worry about how much your electric bill is, even if you keep it pretty frosty in the summer! Because of the high heat and humidity, you might be better off moving in the early spring, late fall or even during the mild winter when you'll rarely have to deal with even a dusting of snow.

You won't find too many apartment complexes in Red Bank; instead, you'll find that most of the available property rentals consist of townhouses, duplexes or single-family homes. Rental rates in this area tend to be on the high side when compared with similar homes in other sections of South Carolina, but if you're coming from one of the bigger cities or from somewhere like the Northeast or the Pacific Northwest, these prices will seem like a steal.

To prepare for your move to Red Bank, you'll need a way to pay the bills (i.e. a job) and the same documentation that you'd need to provide to a landlord anywhere else: pay stubs, tax forms, a letter of reference from your current landlord and maybe a copy of your credit report. Don't be surprised when your potential landlord runs a credit check of his or her own, though, and don't be shocked when you're the one footing the bill. That's just how it is!

Neighborhoods in Red Bank

Because Red Bank is often considered part of Lexington, it's not really split into separate neighborhoods. That being said, you could choose to live in the northern or southern part of town. Either way, you're going to need a car; with a Walk Score of 5, you might have a couple of businesses within walking distance, but not too many. Also, consider that what might be a brisk walk in the winter may feel insurmountable by July. Better make sure your vehicle has air conditioning!

North Red Bank: Living in the northern section of Red Bank puts you close to Interstate 20, which can take you to Florence if you head east, and all the way to western Texas (if you want to go that far). You can grab a cup of coffee at the Haven Coffee House or take a stroll through Virginia Hylton Park without straying too far from home.

South Red Bank: Heading south in Red Bank brings you to the area around Platt Spring Road. Here, you can meet your friends at Original Brunches Too for a late breakfast before stopping at the town's Walmart for groceries, tires, shoes, prescriptions or, well, just about anything else! What don't they sell at Walmart?

Neighborhoods in Red Bank
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Because Red Bank is often considered part of Lexington, it's not really split into separate neighborhoods. That being said, you could choose to live in the northern or southern part of town. Either way, you're going to need a car; with a Walk Score of 5, you might have a couple of businesses within walking distance, but not too many. Also, consider that what might be a brisk walk in the winter may feel insurmountable by July. Better make sure your vehicle has air conditioning!

North Red Bank: Living in the northern section of Red Bank puts you close to Interstate 20, which can take you to Florence if you head east, and all the way to western Texas (if you want to go that far). You can grab a cup of coffee at the Haven Coffee House or take a stroll through Virginia Hylton Park without straying too far from home.

South Red Bank: Heading south in Red Bank brings you to the area around Platt Spring Road. Here, you can meet your friends at Original Brunches Too for a late breakfast before stopping at the town's Walmart for groceries, tires, shoes, prescriptions or, well, just about anything else! What don't they sell at Walmart?

Living in Red Bank

When you live in Red Bank, you'll be privy to pretty streets and lots of little lakes ... but you'll want to travel outside of the CDP to explore the historic region of Lexington County. The Lexington County Museum and the Cayce Historical Museum will bring you back to bygone eras.

If you're into the arts, greater Lexington has you covered: you'll enjoy regular performances by the Lexington County Arts Association, and you can see what's going on at the Chapin Community Theater. Rather watch sports? Football is big here in Dixie, and you can find local teams playing on Friday nights through the season. There's also local baseball to watch, and the Lexington County Tennis Complex hosts events and competitions throughout the year.

Finally, if you live in the South, you won't be left wanting for outdoor amusements! Walk or run the Lake Murray Dam, which spans 1.7 miles from Lexington to Irmo. There are "pocket parks" situated all over, offering grassy areas for picnics and playgrounds for the young and young at heart. Then, there's Riverbanks Zoo and Garden, and don't forget about the Three Rivers Greenway, where you can cool off in the shaded woods or go canoeing on a hot day. Watch out for alligators, though!

Living in Red Bank
+

When you live in Red Bank, you'll be privy to pretty streets and lots of little lakes ... but you'll want to travel outside of the CDP to explore the historic region of Lexington County. The Lexington County Museum and the Cayce Historical Museum will bring you back to bygone eras.

If you're into the arts, greater Lexington has you covered: you'll enjoy regular performances by the Lexington County Arts Association, and you can see what's going on at the Chapin Community Theater. Rather watch sports? Football is big here in Dixie, and you can find local teams playing on Friday nights through the season. There's also local baseball to watch, and the Lexington County Tennis Complex hosts events and competitions throughout the year.

Finally, if you live in the South, you won't be left wanting for outdoor amusements! Walk or run the Lake Murray Dam, which spans 1.7 miles from Lexington to Irmo. There are "pocket parks" situated all over, offering grassy areas for picnics and playgrounds for the young and young at heart. Then, there's Riverbanks Zoo and Garden, and don't forget about the Three Rivers Greenway, where you can cool off in the shaded woods or go canoeing on a hot day. Watch out for alligators, though!

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City Guide

Red Bank
Space is important, particularly when you're talking about punctuation: don't get Red Bank, South Carolina, confused with the town that used to be called Redbank. The latter is now called Saluda and is in a neighboring county!
Space is important, particularly when you're talking about punctuation: don't get Red Bank, South Carolina, confused with the town that used to be called Redbank. The latter is now called Saluda and is in a neighboring county!

Red Bank, a census-designated place, or CDP, is in Lexington County in the center of the Palmetto State (South Carolina). Home to nearly 9,000 residents and spanning over 12 square miles, Red Bank is rife with history, Southern charm and beautiful homes. The CDP is often considered part of the historic town of Lexington.

Moving to Red Bank

If you aren't from the South, you'll need to get used to the sometimes-stifling heat and high humidity levels of this part of South Carolina. From June through August, daytime highs are typically in the 90s, and the nighttime lows only drop to the low 70s. The good news is that just about all apartment rentals in Red Bank come equipped with air conditioning! If your cooling bills might be an issue, consider looking for a place advertised as "all bills paid." This, of course, means that you won't have to worry about how much your electric bill is, even if you keep it pretty frosty in the summer! Because of the high heat and humidity, you might be better off moving in the early spring, late fall or even during the mild winter when you'll rarely have to deal with even a dusting of snow.

You won't find too many apartment complexes in Red Bank; instead, you'll find that most of the available property rentals consist of townhouses, duplexes or single-family homes. Rental rates in this area tend to be on the high side when compared with similar homes in other sections of South Carolina, but if you're coming from one of the bigger cities or from somewhere like the Northeast or the Pacific Northwest, these prices will seem like a steal.

To prepare for your move to Red Bank, you'll need a way to pay the bills (i.e. a job) and the same documentation that you'd need to provide to a landlord anywhere else: pay stubs, tax forms, a letter of reference from your current landlord and maybe a copy of your credit report. Don't be surprised when your potential landlord runs a credit check of his or her own, though, and don't be shocked when you're the one footing the bill. That's just how it is!

Moving to Red Bank
+

If you aren't from the South, you'll need to get used to the sometimes-stifling heat and high humidity levels of this part of South Carolina. From June through August, daytime highs are typically in the 90s, and the nighttime lows only drop to the low 70s. The good news is that just about all apartment rentals in Red Bank come equipped with air conditioning! If your cooling bills might be an issue, consider looking for a place advertised as "all bills paid." This, of course, means that you won't have to worry about how much your electric bill is, even if you keep it pretty frosty in the summer! Because of the high heat and humidity, you might be better off moving in the early spring, late fall or even during the mild winter when you'll rarely have to deal with even a dusting of snow.

You won't find too many apartment complexes in Red Bank; instead, you'll find that most of the available property rentals consist of townhouses, duplexes or single-family homes. Rental rates in this area tend to be on the high side when compared with similar homes in other sections of South Carolina, but if you're coming from one of the bigger cities or from somewhere like the Northeast or the Pacific Northwest, these prices will seem like a steal.

To prepare for your move to Red Bank, you'll need a way to pay the bills (i.e. a job) and the same documentation that you'd need to provide to a landlord anywhere else: pay stubs, tax forms, a letter of reference from your current landlord and maybe a copy of your credit report. Don't be surprised when your potential landlord runs a credit check of his or her own, though, and don't be shocked when you're the one footing the bill. That's just how it is!

Neighborhoods in Red Bank

Because Red Bank is often considered part of Lexington, it's not really split into separate neighborhoods. That being said, you could choose to live in the northern or southern part of town. Either way, you're going to need a car; with a Walk Score of 5, you might have a couple of businesses within walking distance, but not too many. Also, consider that what might be a brisk walk in the winter may feel insurmountable by July. Better make sure your vehicle has air conditioning!

North Red Bank: Living in the northern section of Red Bank puts you close to Interstate 20, which can take you to Florence if you head east, and all the way to western Texas (if you want to go that far). You can grab a cup of coffee at the Haven Coffee House or take a stroll through Virginia Hylton Park without straying too far from home.

South Red Bank: Heading south in Red Bank brings you to the area around Platt Spring Road. Here, you can meet your friends at Original Brunches Too for a late breakfast before stopping at the town's Walmart for groceries, tires, shoes, prescriptions or, well, just about anything else! What don't they sell at Walmart?

Neighborhoods in Red Bank
+

Because Red Bank is often considered part of Lexington, it's not really split into separate neighborhoods. That being said, you could choose to live in the northern or southern part of town. Either way, you're going to need a car; with a Walk Score of 5, you might have a couple of businesses within walking distance, but not too many. Also, consider that what might be a brisk walk in the winter may feel insurmountable by July. Better make sure your vehicle has air conditioning!

North Red Bank: Living in the northern section of Red Bank puts you close to Interstate 20, which can take you to Florence if you head east, and all the way to western Texas (if you want to go that far). You can grab a cup of coffee at the Haven Coffee House or take a stroll through Virginia Hylton Park without straying too far from home.

South Red Bank: Heading south in Red Bank brings you to the area around Platt Spring Road. Here, you can meet your friends at Original Brunches Too for a late breakfast before stopping at the town's Walmart for groceries, tires, shoes, prescriptions or, well, just about anything else! What don't they sell at Walmart?

Living in Red Bank

When you live in Red Bank, you'll be privy to pretty streets and lots of little lakes ... but you'll want to travel outside of the CDP to explore the historic region of Lexington County. The Lexington County Museum and the Cayce Historical Museum will bring you back to bygone eras.

If you're into the arts, greater Lexington has you covered: you'll enjoy regular performances by the Lexington County Arts Association, and you can see what's going on at the Chapin Community Theater. Rather watch sports? Football is big here in Dixie, and you can find local teams playing on Friday nights through the season. There's also local baseball to watch, and the Lexington County Tennis Complex hosts events and competitions throughout the year.

Finally, if you live in the South, you won't be left wanting for outdoor amusements! Walk or run the Lake Murray Dam, which spans 1.7 miles from Lexington to Irmo. There are "pocket parks" situated all over, offering grassy areas for picnics and playgrounds for the young and young at heart. Then, there's Riverbanks Zoo and Garden, and don't forget about the Three Rivers Greenway, where you can cool off in the shaded woods or go canoeing on a hot day. Watch out for alligators, though!

Living in Red Bank
+

When you live in Red Bank, you'll be privy to pretty streets and lots of little lakes ... but you'll want to travel outside of the CDP to explore the historic region of Lexington County. The Lexington County Museum and the Cayce Historical Museum will bring you back to bygone eras.

If you're into the arts, greater Lexington has you covered: you'll enjoy regular performances by the Lexington County Arts Association, and you can see what's going on at the Chapin Community Theater. Rather watch sports? Football is big here in Dixie, and you can find local teams playing on Friday nights through the season. There's also local baseball to watch, and the Lexington County Tennis Complex hosts events and competitions throughout the year.

Finally, if you live in the South, you won't be left wanting for outdoor amusements! Walk or run the Lake Murray Dam, which spans 1.7 miles from Lexington to Irmo. There are "pocket parks" situated all over, offering grassy areas for picnics and playgrounds for the young and young at heart. Then, there's Riverbanks Zoo and Garden, and don't forget about the Three Rivers Greenway, where you can cool off in the shaded woods or go canoeing on a hot day. Watch out for alligators, though!