Palmetto Bluff's most recent collection of new homesites, built-for-sale offerings, and custom homes.
Located within walking distance to the amenities of Moreland Village, and strategically and thoughtfully designed to take advantage of preserved wetlands and the 7.5-mile Inland Waterway, Moreland Forest is the perfect home base for your next adventure.
Enjoy first-class amenities, regionally-inspired Southern cuisine, and an ancient maritime forest, just steps away from your front door.
MORE THAN A COMMUNITY
Where nature and convenience converge
Space to grow
With a range of lot sizes, many with approved dock easements along the Inland Waterway, there are a variety of homesites available to fit your needs. Only a short walk away from the amenities of Moreland Village, as well as the Palmetto Bluff Conservancy, the Canteen, and Lake Bales, Moreland Forest is the perfect destination for families.
Access to 7.5 miles of interconnected water trails
When completed, Moreland Forest will extend the Inland Waterway by one mile, bringing the total length to 7.5 miles. Residents of Moreland Forest will be able to travel between Moreland Forest, River Road, and Wilson Village, all without ever stepping foot in a car.
Convenient access to first-class amenities
Connected to Moreland Village and River Road by a network of existing trail systems, Moreland Forest is only a short walk to the amenities of Moreland Village and Palmetto Bluff Club headquarters, including Cole’s restaurant, a bowling alley, game room, art loft, two swimming pools, and a state-of-the-art fitness center, as well as biking trails and community docks along freshwater lakes and Cauley’s Creek. Moreland Village is also home to the Palmetto Bluff Conservancy, the Canteen, and Lake Bales.Learn More Learn More
Thoughtfully designed for generations to come
Moreland Forest has been strategically and thoughtfully designed to include homesites that overlook preserved areas in perpetuity. Under the guidance of the Palmetto Bluff Conservancy, Moreland Forest was built around existing wildlife corridors. This interconnected system of green spaces runs north, south, east, and west for animals (and humans) to move freely through the landscape and developed areas.