This magnificent tract of land contains over 8 miles of river frontage along the Great Pee Dee River. The area contains numerous Native American artifacts as well as habitat diversity for many animals including the bald eagle and the wood stork. The area also contains a forty acre lake which the public will have full access to. The entire area will be managed as a working forest and remain open to the public. If the property had not been purchased, a private developer would have subdivided the land and all public access would have been lost. This particular tract of land is located within the Upper Pee Dee and Lynches River Focus area, an international flagship project by the Atlantic Coast Joint Venture of the North American Waterfowl Management Plan. The owner of the land had every intention of selling before funds from the Conservation Bank were secured to ensure this property would not be lost.
A map for the Marsh Furniture Tract has been provided in Google Map format.
For additional information regarding Marsh Furniture Tract, visit SCDNR's webpage.