The Waccamaw Tracts are three individual tracts located in the highly productive and ecologically important Waccamaw River Basin of Brunswick County, North Carolina. Historically managed for timber production, this collection of tracts is a mosaic of planted loblolly pine stands, natural pine, and bottomland hardwood. The tracts range in size from 387 to 906 acres, each with an array of timber and habitat types.
-Loblolly pine plantation management: 32% of property is in planted pine with another 16% identified as potentially convertible to pine plantation. Offers near- and long-term income potential.
-Wild game management: Abundant deer, hog, and wood duck hunting opportunities.
-Conservation: Property is located within Nature Conservancy Priority Conservation Area, Critical Watershed for Freshwater Species, and NC Wildlife -Commission Tier 1 Presence of Species of Greatest Conservation Need Area.
-Mitigation banking: Opportunities for ecological enhancement in the highest growth county in North Carolina (estimated 2010-2019 population growth rate of 32%).
-Private rural retreat: Large acreage ownership with quick access to Myrtle Beach International Airport (39 miles) and Wilmington International Airport (54 miles).
As a whole, the Waccamaw Tracts offer a significant land investment; however, tracts can be purchased individually as well:
Tract 5211; 387 Acres; $915,000
Tract 5212; 906 Acres; $1,750,000
Tract 5213/5214; 555 Acres; $1,203,000
Total: 1,848 Acres; $3,868,000
Tract-Specific maps and data sheets are available upon request.