Beautiful 91 acre farm located in Union County South Carolina. This tract features lush pasture land, hardwoods, creeks and income producing pines. Food plots for deer and turkey already established. Located near the Sumter National Forest and the scenic Tyger River. Lots of paved road frontage on State Highway 49. Only minutes away from Rose Hill State Park and the historic Cross Keys House. Less than one hour from Greenville and Columbia, SC.
Union County offers one of the longest whitetail deer seasons and liberal bag limits in the Southeast, running from mid September until January 1. We also have a five bird limit on the elusive wild turkey during the spring season, which last throughout the month of April.
We have nearly 55,000 acres of national forest lands, all accessible to the outdoor enthusiast. A 25 mile stretch of the Palmetto Trail runs through the county, offering hiking, wildlife viewing, and great photography opportunities. Union County has a total of four rivers (Broad, Tyger, Enoree, and Pacolet) that offer miles of scenic floating, fishing, and camping. A 24 mile stretch of the Tyger River has been designated as the Tyger River Scenic Float. The Broad River offers a unique small mouth bass fishery that?s generally unseen this far south of the mountain streams.
Union County is also home to two state parks. Rose Hill State Park, which consists of a southern style mansion, and Blackstock Battlefield, which was the site of the Battle of Blackstock during the Revolutionary War.
Union County is located in the upstate section of South Carolina. Several large cities, including Spartanburg, Greenville, Columbia, and Charlotte, are within a short drive. The South Carolina coast and the Blue Ridge mountains are both only a short drive away.