The Faulk Road Tract with 194 acres is an excellent timber investment, as well as hunting and wild life tract. Faulk Road splits the property and has.6 mile dirt road frontage on both sides of the tract. Ryals Mill Creek runs through the property which gives an excellent source of water for the wildlife. The tract has three different plantings of pines, ranging from 8-10 years old to 15-18 years old, with over half in planted pines. There is a good stand of mature hardwoods on the property, which offers a great food supply for the wildlife. This tract is a great investment for land, timber, recreation, and sub-dividing.
Some of Crenshaw counties largest deer have been killed in this part of the county. Not only deer, but turkeys are also on the property. There are 6 accesses from Faulk Road to get into the property, three on each side. Green fields and deer stands are in place, and a pretty good road system throughout the property.