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Indian Rocks has it all. From access to the breath taking Lake Wallenpaupack to outdoot pools and a restaurant. It also has a boat launch area available to property owners. The Community of Indian Rocks came into existence in 1955 when four businessmen and their wives, from the Lansdale - Schwenksville area of Pennsylvania purchased 546 acres of land from Pennsylvania Power and Light Co. The original owners were: Eric and Elizabeth Arneth, Frank and Helen Koehler, Bud and Jean Platt and Ray and Alice Shaeffer. Their prime reason for the purchase was to develop adjacent lakeside land into a miniature community for vacation, recreation and retirement. The plan required correct sub-division of lots, how to buy land properly, what to buy and the development of a central water system and road system.
Broadscope, Inc. purchased Indian Rocks Development from Indian Rocks, Inc. (the original owners) in August 1978 and named the Property Owners Association ‘’Indian Trails Property Owners Association, Inc.” On July 17, 1981 the Indian Trails Property Owners Association purchased the Development, Indian Rocks, from Broadscope, Inc. The rest is history. Progress continues at an amazing pace in Indian Rocks. The Indian Rocks of today has seen much development and growth from the original vision of it’s founders. One can only imagine that “Indian Rocks 2004” would draw pleasure and praise from its founders with the progress and direction the Community has taken over the years. The Indian Rocks of today has 436 homes with approximately 110 permenant residents. It is managed by A Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) working under the direction of the Board of Directors.