This magnificent piece of property is contiguous with the 13,000 acre Francis Beidler Forest. The forest is home to one of the largest remaining stands of bald cypress and tupelo gum trees in the world. This area is currently used by two private hunt clubs that lease the rights to deer and hog hunting to 1,000 people a day during hunting season. When not in hunting season, the property is used for natural history education courses conducted by the Audubon Society. The area also has many trails for hiking and biking. Other land uses include scientific research, environmental education courses taught by surrounding schools, wildlife observation, canoeing as well as hunting and fishing.
A map for the Four Hole Swamp has been provided in Google Map format.