Lake Murray, located in the Midlands of South Carolina, offers seventy-eight square miles of recreation, elegant homes, inspirational sunsets, and lazy summer days. At 41 miles long and 14 miles wide at its widest point, Lake Murray covers an area of 78 square miles with 649 miles of shoreline. Initially constructed in the 1930's as a hydroelectric generating facility, Lake Murray has become a major recreational destination in central South Carolina. Bordering Lexington, Chapin and Irmo & only a short drive from Columbia, Lake Murray is enjoyed by thousands of people every week.

Not only is Lake Murray a skiing, boating and swimming paradise, it also has some of the best fishing in the nation and is the site of numerous local, SC and national fishing tournaments held each year. Lake Murray is also the home of some of the most majestic wildlife in South Carolina,  including the Great Blue Heron, the Striped Bass, and millions of migrating Purple Martins.