History has been written on the rivers of the world, the original highways and roads were the creeks and rivers, battles have been fought on the rivers, and towns and cities were built on the rivers. The opportunity to add to a family history is today on the Styx River Tract. Persimmon Creek and its tributaries dissect this property before emptying into the Styx River that borders the Northeast side of the property. There is an extensive road system that allows you to access all of the property. There are numerous food plots that have been planted and fertilized by the same hunter for over 20 years. There are 145 acres of pines planted in 1999, 112 acres of pines planted in 2010, 125 acres of mature long leaf that was cut back to a seed tree in 2009, and the remainder of the land is untouched hardwoods and pines. The Styx River Tract is a unique opportunity to create a family legacy.