Flat Rock has largely been preserved as a small, quiet, historic village. Situated in a wooded scenic landscape, it features a pleasing, peaceful blend of quality residential homes and open spaces.
The Village of Flat Rock is built around and named for a large outcrop of mostly flat granite that is said to have been used by early traders and the site of Cherokee Indian gatherings. You can still see large portions of the rock on the grounds of the famous Flat Rock Playhouse. In 1973, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places as the “Historic Flat Rock District.”
The community strives to be known for its friendliness and hospitality, cultural and historical attractions, safe pedestrian walkways and trails, and as a place that encourages the arts.
Find out more about Flat Rock by clicking the links below. For more information about our beautiful region, visit Area Highlights.
Flat Rock Parks and Recreation Foundation