Located at the confluence of Ashepole Swamp and Lumber River, tract is rich with deer, turkeys, ducks, wild hog, and plenty of highland and bottomland for a wide variety of uses. It’s the perfect recreational tract!
Situated along the National and Scenic Lumber River near the North Carolina line, lies the 283-acre Orton’s Tract. This tract is truly a unique parcel of land with rich swamps, open fields, and over 4,000 feet of road frontage along SC HWY 9. Beginning at the confluence with Ashepole Swamp, the tract contains rolling terrain with a mixture of mature and new growth forest. Tract has over 36 acres of open lands split into three unique fields. And two of which are buried with the woodlands that could be perfect for a hidden food plot. The bottomland spans the entire eastern portion of the tract between the riverbank and the high fields located within various stages of maturity. The bottomland hardwoods along Ashepole and the Lumber River comprise the majority of the timber and land component with a mixture of cypress, oak, poplar, maple, and gum. Most surrounding parcels are owned by very large forest landholdings that carry the same character and are also rich in wildlife, including deer, turkey, duck, wild hog, and small game. Three relic home sites are located on this tract with massive trees towering above at these locations and all three have excellent access to SC HWY 9.
It’s the perfect hunting tract that provides easy access to neighboring municipalities, including Nichols less than a mile away and Lakeview that is less than 10 minutes. The tract is also one hour to Myrtle Beach, 4o minutes from Lumberton, and 50 minutes to Florence.
It’s a game paradise with abundant habitat for some of the Souths finest whitetails, wild hogs, big flocks of turkeys, ducks, doves, and amble opportunities to run a cottontail rabbit in front of your beagles. Deer, turkey, and hog sign dominates the open grounds and the perimeter of the forest stands. It’s a fantastic hunting tract with mixed diversity and excellent access.
For more information on this tract and other Timber and Hunting Land in Marion/Dillion Counties SC, contact Jeff Burleson at 843-685-2408 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can visit our website at www.landandfarmsrealty.com.