Beautiful Lynches River tract offering all-year outdoors enjoyment. Our scenic Lynches River nourishes beautiful trees, big deer, plentiful turkey, and baskets full of fish. With thousands of feet of river frontage, this property is a grand opportunity to purchase your very own hunting/recreation retreat at an affordable price. Located just north of Bishopville, and an easy drive from Columbia, Florence, and Charlotte, you will enjoy hunting and fishing here with friends and family for many healthy years to come.
The property consists of bottomland hardwood areas and uplands with ATV/4-Wheeler trails throughout providing ample access to numerous established food plots and the Lynches River. There are plenty of ducks feeding and roosting here, and this may be a super spot to construct your own waterfowl impoundment too. The upland areas consist of numerous planted food plots and young premerchantable pine stands. The planted loblolly pine will produce timber income in the future. An excellent property with plenty of diversity for wildlife habitat. A great combination of woodlands, fields, and food plots. One field would make a super dove field.
Security and privacy are an added bonus here. Two gated entrances with good control boundaries with adjoining tracts help keep you secluded and protected. It’s a great spot to build a home or cabin with paved road frontage, public water, and sewer available. The property is fee simple with no Conservation Easements attached, so all options are still available. Come take a closer look!
The Greenwoods-Lynches River Tract is being offered in two options:
1) Lynches River East – Compartment 1 – 154.6 acres at $306,108 ($1,908/acre)
2) Lynches River East & West Combined – Compartments 1 & 2 – 337.4 acres at $627,564 ($1,860/acre)
Property Use: The Greenwoods-Lynches River Tract offers possibilities for hunting/recreation, timber investment, home site, and conservation.
From Bishopville and the I-20 Interchange, take US Hwy. 15 North five miles to the edge of town and turn right onto Dixon Road. Go ¼ mile and turn left onto McGuirt Road at the industrial building. Go across the railroad track and look for the property on the left and right before the water plant. (See location map.)