The Cope Tract is a parcel of land primarily comprised of regenerating hardwood forests on the Little Salkehatchie River. The property is currently used for hunting, timber and agricultural activities. It is prominently visible by the public from Shiloh Loop, having approximately 1,900 feet of road frontage. Cope Tract lies within the nearly 1.7 million acres of the Ashepoo, Combahee, and Edisto (ACE) Basin Focus Area and contains a diversity of relatively natural habitats including planted pine stands, upland pine, forested wetlands, open areas, and regenerating wetlands, all of which can support a variety of floral and faunal species. Cope Tract lies within the floodplain of the Little Salkehatchie that flows into the Combahee River, leading into the St. Helena Sound, and is within the Broad - St. Helena Watershed. This tract is also located in close proximity to other protected lands.
A map for Cope Tract has been provided in Google Map format.