Kershaw's industrial park isn't attracting a lot of interest from prospective tenants.
The park is more of a site, consisting of a tree farm right now, said Lancaster County Economic Development Corp. President Keith Tunnell.
But he sees great potential for the 120-acre site, with its access to U.S. 601, a heavy truck route, and Interstate 20 in nearby Camden.
"The more sites you've got, the better" for attracting companies, Tunnell said. "And a park is better than a site. It would give us two prospects in the southern part of the county.'