LOCURA Tract is managed for forestry and wildlife near the US Sumter National Forest with a diversity of habitats and forest areas including loblolly pine stands and hardwood ravine areas. The hardwood area along the tributaries that feed into McClures Creek and the pond area are all very attractive to a variety of waterfowl species including wood ducks, egrets, herons and birds of prey. There is public viewing opportunities by virtue of having road frontage along Dave Jenkins Road which adds significantly to the scenic values enjoyed by the public enjoying recreational activities along the road. As this tract is located in the rolling hills of Fairfield County and according to Walter Edgar's book South Carolina History it was most likely a favorite hunting and camping spot for native peoples prior to European contact.
A map for LOCURA Tract has been provided in Google Map format.