The Stateline Blue Ridge Tract is a short drive from the rapidly expanding downtown of Landrum. Winding through the mountain landscape towards the border of North Carolina, you pass Lake Lanier, a vibrant mountain lake community, the trailhead for the Palmetto Trail, and the Blue Wall preserve. This property overlooks the foothills with Hogback Mountain just to the west and the Chestnut Ridge Heritage Trust Preserve directly south. This tract builds upon the decades of work by many organizations and adds 28 acres of mature hardwood forest, mountain springs, and ephemeral creeks. This project protects the viewshed of the South Carolina border; adds significant acreage to existing preserves for public recreation and wildlife; protect a headwaters tributary to Vaughn Creek; and collaborates with a North Carolinian land trust to double the impact acreage of the Stateline Blue Ridge Tract.
A map for Stateline Blue Ridge Tract has been provided in Google Map format.