Located on the Colquitt, Thomas County line, in the North East corner of Thomas County. The norther rim of the Red Hills Region of South Georgia, this 181.97 acre prime hunting tract has. It has plenty of paved rd frontage, marketable timber, approximately 25 acre duck pond, 5acre field, food plots in place, and it's loaded with turkey. This area is well known for providing sportsmen some of the finest hunting, equestrian pursuits, and other outdoor activities available. Due to the mild climate, soil types, and annual rainfall, the area has one of the best combinations for agriculture and timber in the United States. The Red Hills Region also has the largest concentration of undeveloped plantation lands in the United States. The Red Hills Region has been identified for special conservation efforts and the Nature Conservancy has designated the Red Hills as one of America's "Last Great Places".