This tract is only a few miles from Greensboro but after a few minutes of walking or riding your ATV, you will never know it. This is a beautiful and productive timber tract with about 100 acres of natural loblolly pine (28 years old) and a little over 132 acres of loblolly plantations established in 1991 and 1995. Please click on the "Timber Data" button on the right to see an up-to-date report on timber volume and value. All the stands have been carefully thinned to protect tree quality and stimulate growth. Richland Creek, a nice perennial stream, is the northern boundary. Other intermittent creeks cross the tract within their Streamside Management Zones with nice white and red oak buffers. Deer and turkey hunting are very good. The same hunting club has leased the land for over 20 years and has maintained a number of food plots, wildlife openings and shooting lanes over the years. The tract has a great network of interior woods roads and ATV trails for access.