The Liberty Hill Phase II Tract, with a total of 1,829.59 acres, is part of a purchase that created Liberty Hill WMA in Lancaster and Kershaw Counties. This tract has hardwood coves, mixed pine-hardwood slopes, loblolly pine ridgetops, and open meadows that provide habitat for game animals and an estimated 71 other terrestrial vertebrate and invertebrate priority species, as well as countless plants. Unique granitic boulders dot the landscape, giving the region the nickname, "the Devil's backbone." The tract as a whole is the last large block of unprotected lakefront (14 miles) in the region, 8 of which is included in this purchase. There are also unique scenic views including granitic rock outcrops along the shoreline, sandy beaches, high bluffs, and hidden coves.
A map for Liberty Hill Phase II has been provided in Google Map format.
For additional information regarding Liberty Hill Tract, visit SCDNR's webpage.