This slice of Georgia's low country has great potential - limited only by your own imagination. During timber harvesting two years ago stands of bottomland hardwoods along the sloughs were largely untouched. These stands support cypress, tupelo, oaks and scattered large pines. 245 acres of upland pine sites were clearcut in 2011 and now stand as blank slates ready to meet your objectives. If maximizing timber production is your goal, these acres can be site prepared and reforested with pine. If you want to increase wildlife habitat you can mark out your food plots first and then replant the rest. You only need to see the great stands of planted pine on adjoining properties to know how productive this land can be for growing pines. This tract has road frontage along Holland Road (aka Blues Reach Rd) but most of the tract is pleasantly remote extending back almost 1.5 miles from the county road.