The Anderson Property is currently used for timber production, small scale farming, hunting and recreational purposes. The northern section of the property is the main site for loblolly pine production and there is approximately 180 acres of mixed virgin hardwood on the property. The Anderson Tract boundary follows the centerline of Fishing Creek, the second largest watershed in York County, for 5,160 feet. Fishing Creek provides habitat for the federally endangered Carolina Heelsplitter.
A map for The Anderson Property has been provided in Google Map format.