Tom's Branch is a magnificent piece of relatively undeveloped property in Jasper County. The property is currently used for hunting, timber, and agricultural activities. It is prominently visible by the public from state road S-27-87, having approximately 0.6 miles of scenic road frontage and from state road S-27-207, having approximately 0.7 miles of scenic road frontage. Tom's Branch lies within South Lowcountry (SoLo) Focus Area and contains a diversity of relatively natural habitats including upland pine forest and forested and un-forested wetlands in various stages of succession, and open fields, all of which can support a variety of floral and faunal species. This property lies just along the floodplain of the Coosawhatchie River which leads into the Broad River and the Port Royal Sound, all of which are within the Brad - St. Helena Watershed. As a working forest, Tom's Branch contains a complex system of upland and wetland habitats. These forests maintain and enhance water quality by storing storm water, recharging ground water, and dissipating pulse flows to downstream sources.
A map for Tom's Branch has been provided in Google Map format.