The Dixon Family Tracts consists of four different parcels in Williamsburg County that total 535 acres of forested lands, cleared/open lands, and wetlands. These tracts are managed for forestry and wildlife near Black Mingo Creek. There are bottomlands along Black Mingo Creek and Poplar Hill Branch. A diversity of habitats and forest areas occur here, including loblolly pine stands, mixed pine hardwoods, creek and stream bottomland hardwoods and small wildlife food agriculture fields. Several species of major game, birds, amphibians, and reptiles can be found on these tracts throughout the year. These properties may have had Native American camps as a Native American Village was located near all the tracts and became the town called Indiantown. The Dixon family purchased these tracts around 1930, and have been in the family ever since.
A map for the Dixon Family Tracts has been provided in Google Map format.