Ham Pond is conveniently located only .4 miles south of Highway 90 in Sneads, Florida, and only 1.3 miles from Lake Seminole. The property is a recreational treasure because of the diverse amenities. The eastern part of the property has 50 acres of old field loblolly that are 25-years old. Throughout the pines are meandering food plots that provide food and corridors for the abundance of deer and turkey. If you are a quail hunter these woods provide a nice setting for an afternoon of release quail hunting. As the property transitions from east to west there is an 86-acre area of beautiful upland hardwoods that has mature oaks and magnolias. The western 45 acres is the best part of this property if you are a duck hunter. This area consists of 12-15 acres of open water and the balance in flooded woods. Ham Pond is so close to Lake Seminole it has consistently been a haven for ducks, especially when the duck hunters are shooting on Lake Seminole.