Longleaf Farms is a very unique property because of the vast topographical differences rising out of the Hammock Creek hardwood bottom. There are majestic hardwoods nestled in the bottom providing the deer and turkeys a safe habitat and corridor for roaming the land. On the upland portion of the tract is a Longleaf and wiregrass ecosystem that gives this recreational property diversity and balance. Throughout the border between the uplands and hardwood bottoms are several clear water springs feeding into Hammock Creek. A management plan has been written and partially implemented with soil types, tree plantings, fire goals, and specific practices being established. Hopkins Landing, on beautiful Lake Talquin, is across the highway from the property.