Indian Rocks has more than a ½ mile of lake frontage on Lake Wallenpaupack, more frontage than any other community. The subdivision has a private 3 acre peninsula on Lake Wallenpaupack with picnic grounds and sandy beach. There are 15 miles of roads, a heated pool, tennis, and a central water system. There are 15 miles of roads and 230 boat slips for its members. There is a small private lake within the community and a playground for children. If you are looking for privacy this could be your community – it’s in Salem Township, Wayne County, just over the Ledgedale Bridge in the Western Wayne School District.
Like WLE, Indian Rocks has no Wallenpaupack lakefront homes, but has many 2nd tier homes along the lake with pretty lake views.
Indian Rocks still has more than 800 buildable lots left within the community. The Indian Rocks Association has done a good job in keeping the community in “earth tone” colors, with many Log Homes and wood sided homes, keeping with the rustic nature of the area. Indian Rocks is a heavily wooded community with rolling hills with a combination of hardwoods and pine trees. For information about building a home in Indian Rocks go to [PoconoHomeBuilders.com] or [PoconoLogHomes.com]
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