New Farm

New Farm is a 114-acre Williamsburg County game haven located in the heart of the Dutch Neck Road neighborhood between Salters, Kingstree, and Black River. The tract has three cultivated food plots with deer feeders and stands, a simple road system, multiple gated entrances, and varying aged stands of pine, hardwood, upland, and bottomland. Three huge, well-managed properties border this farm, yielding a consistent flow of quality deer and plenty of turkeys.

White Oak Hills

The term Turn Key is often misapplied and overused when describing private hunting retreats; however, this property fully earns that designation.This 236 acre diverse landscape is located just Southwest of Winnsboro in Fairfield County, SC.

Dutch Neck Farm

Located on a quiet stretch of road in Salters, SC near the Black River, this farm is a great example of Williamsburg County wildlife density and diversity. It’s a deer, turkey, and duck neighborhood, and the tract’s habitat accommodates all three. With numerous food plots, varying ages of pine timber stands, hardwood edges, bays and beaver ponds – Dutch Neck Farm is a game magnet. The surrounding land owners have done an excellent job managing their

Weymouth Plantation

Its always refreshing when land is allowed to find a balance. Weymouth is exactly that a blend of quality hunting, preserved history, and comfortable livability. Its 912 acres combine mature longleaf forest with hardwood flats, timber ponds, intact rice field impoundments, and upland fields. The 4400 square foot main home is a masterful restoration connecting two original 1830s cabins that you honestly have to see to understand especially if you appreciate architecture and woodwork.

A full plate of activities are available on the property including quail hunting in good habitat, very good turkey hunting, multi-species duck hunting in several types of impoundments, tending a well-managed deer herd, bee-keeping, planting an established garden, horse infrastructure as needed, dove hunts, and plenty more.

The circa 1733 property also includes a 1.5 mile entrance road, live oak alley, guest cabin, barns, an office cabin, blacksmith shop, boat shed, millponds, 6 duck impoundments in the old rice fields, three dove field/pastures, and plenty of suitable equipment. Ten minutes by car to Georgetown or 30 minutes by boat to Winyah Bay, Weymouth presents a rare opportunity to own a recreationally functional block of revolutionary and antebellum history.

The property is protected by a conservation easement with plentiful room for more land protection.


This 320-acre diverse property is situated in the coveted Jackson Creek Road area just Southwest of Winnsboro in Fairfield County, SC. The landscape includes a well-managed 6.5-acre pond, open mature loblolly uplands, and mature hardwood bottomland. A network of established roads, trails, and firebreaks fragment the property and facilitate easy internal access. Improvements include a tractor shed, dock with a screened cabana, fenced and irrigated garden plot, cleared building site with underground power, well, and septic in place.

Charlieco Lodge

Charlieco Lodge is truly a turn-key Executive Estate and Family Retreat. The 296-acre sporting property has been professionally designed and managed to provide an exceptional venue for hunting, fishing, and fellowship. The property includes a productive 24-acre dove field, 15.3 acre pond, and a high-quality network of internal gravel roads and wildlife food plots.

The property features a 4,055-square-foot lodge with custom woodwork and finishings that must be seen to be fully appreciated.

Longlands Santee Hill

This 1784-acre family legacy property of Longlands Planation’s is located on either side of River Road in Suttons, SC. Managed along with tens of thousands of acres of similarly diverse, thriving woodlands, the “Hill” property is legendary in Williamsburg County for its landscape and wildlife. Its proximity to the Santee River’s north bank and vast hardwood bottomlands makes it a prime spot for quality deer, turkeys, doves, quail, ducks and freshwater fish. The tract has several well-known lakes, creeks and ponds, including a limestone spring-connected “Blue Hole”, Chapel Branch, and the Horse Pond. Rolling topography, ag fields of every size, loblolly, mature longleaf, white oak creek edges. . . the list goes on. Most importantly, Longlands Plantation holdings rarely if ever come to market, so this opportunity is quite rare.

King Lake Farm

Kingsburg is a small community just northeast of Johnsonville on the west bank of the Big Pee Dee River. The 554-acre King Lake Farm is essentially the heart of the best properties in that Kingsburg area, with 80-foot river bluffs, a 20+ acre cypress-dotted lake, hardwood hills, ag fields, plant and flood duck impoundments and productive bass ponds. This property has hosted great dove and duck hunts for multiple generations, and it’s well known for healthy deer and turkey populations. As most Pee Dee-region family farms go, the land was once coveted for wild quail – and some of those signature bi-color patches and woods features still remain. This is an ideal family getaway with quality living, fishing and hunting opportunities. King Lake Farm is 40 miles north of Georgetown, convenient to the coastal communities of Horry and Georgetown Counties.

Deep Creek

Deep Creek Farm is a finished family getaway with a heavy focus on wingshooting. A four-bedroom renovated (new kitchen, screen porch, firepit patio) farmhouse overlooks a dove field and 75 acres of fenced duck impoundments that drain off into a hardwood creek. At least eight species of ducks have been identified on the property, included redheads, widgeon, gadwall, ringnecks and teal. As you can imagine, there are usually plenty of wood ducks. The dove field is consistently productive. A couple bonus points include a new metal barn and 500 acres of almost-contiguous leased property (mature pines, hardwoods, fields, and creek) that has proven very productive for turkeys and deer. The property is an hour and a half from Charleston and 15 minutes from Manning. Easy, ready to go, diverse property. No conservation easement.

Messervy Landing

Messervy Landing consists of 89+/- waterfront acres on the Edisto River just 20 miles from Summerville. Mature hardwoods enhance the appeal of over 1,000 feet of river frontage. Two stands of mature managed loblolly pine cover over 30 acres with the remainder of the property consisting of mixed hardwood and pine. A wetlands delineation has been completed, documenting 52.5 acres of upland providing extensive opportunity to build or subdivide.


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