The Grassy Knob Tract is the first mountain in the southern viewshed when standing atop the famous Table Rock, one of SC's most popular state parks. This property boasts significant hardwoods, streams, and ideal habitat for deer, black bear, wild turkey, and many species of birds. Table Mountain Pine inhabits the high ridge of the property and in the spring, dozens of rare flowering orchids and plants bloom in the cove forests. This tract also contains the headwaters for North Fork Twelvemile Creek as well as a major tributary to the Oolenoy River. Grassy Knob is an ideal property for recreation such as hiking, hunting, mountain biking and horseback riding.
A map for the Grassy Knob Tract has been provided in Google Map format.