The Hanahan Tract totals 91 acres, most of which is tidal (Spartina) marsh. The remaining acreage consists of remnant maritime forest and upland species. A majority of the uplands were logged in 2012, resulting in the natural regeneration of sweetgum, oak, and pine species to a shrub-scrub stage. The property is strategically located in a priority conservation area known as the ACE Basin which is a National Estuarine Research Reserve and benefits innumerable waterfowl, wading birds, herpetofauna, migratory songbirds, and game species.
A map for the Hanahan Tract has been provided in Google Map format.