Hampton Stokes Tract I

2,152.3 Acres

A Timber and Hunting Property in the South Carolina Low Country


The Hampton Stokes Field Club property is located in the South Carolina Low Country between Charleston and Savannah. Tract 1 is a part of the Field Club’s hunting lands and contains a total of 2152.3 acres of natural woodlands, planted pines, pasture, game plots, and duck fields. It has plentiful doves, deer and wild turkeys. Quail hunting has not been emphasized on this particular tract for many years, but there are several areas that could be easily managed for released birds. The production of pine and hardwood timber has been the focus. The property presently has over $2000 an acre in merchantable timber. 

A tour of Tract 1 is a like going back in time; there are woodland areas that have not been cut in generations, the Pocotaligo and Tulifiny Rivers run together here, a private bridge connects the land on both sides. Huge cypress trees, bays and oaks grow in 18th century rice fields. One of the rice fields has been kept in production and is planted each year for world class duck hunting.

Please scroll through the images below to view this beautiful property.

There are no public roads running through the property. There are no building improvements. New owners will have a clean canvas to create a place of their own.

There are no conservation easements on the property so substantial tax benefits may be available for a purchaser willing to restrict the property from development.

 A 90 acre waterfowl impoundment is usually hunted every Saturday of duck season.

In the spring the duckfields are planted in corn then flooded in the fall.

Fenced pasture is ready for horses and related facilities.

Deer and turkey patch

Duck Field Early Morning

Private bridge over the Pocotaligo River


Gordonia tree blossom, also called Loblolly Bay 

An oak grove near the duckfields, one of the numerous house sites on the property.

 Upland gamefields

Canals run through 18th century rice fields

One large canal provides the water source for the duck fields.

Upland gamefields

Miles of roads and trails wind through pristine forest.

Hampton Stokes has been managed for timber production and world class hunting for 150 years, and it joins the famous Buckfield Plantation. Neighbors also include Congaree, Turkey Hill, Slater and Big Survey Plantations. Brays Island and the ACE Basin are 20 minutes away. 

Hampton Stokes Tract 1 is located near the intersection of I-95 and the Charleston Savannah Highway US 17. It is less than an hour from Savannah, Beaufort and the beaches and golf courses at Hilton Head, 45 minutes from the Savannah Airport, thiirty minutes from the Walterboro jet port, and an hour and twenty minutes from historic Charleston. 


Hampton Stokes Tract 1 is located in Hampton and Jasper Counties, South Carolina.

The land in this area is excellent for growing timber.

Pine and hardwoods are the biggest South Carolina industry.

Forestry contributes $21 billion per year to the state's economy.

Forest products is the #1 export by volume out of the Charleston Port.

 Hampton Stokes Tract 1 is well-located near the intersection of the Charleston Savannah Highway and I-95, the busiest interstate in the U.S. It is less than an hour from Beaufort, the beaches and golf courses of Hilton Head and the Savannah Airport, thirty minutes from the jet port in Walterboro, and an hour and twenty minutes from historic Charleston.

Land Types by %

Bottomland hardwood includes cypress 21.4%

Lowland hardwood includes cypress and pine 1.4%

Natural pine and hardwood mixed 12.7%

Merchantable planted pine 39.1%

Merchantable natural pine 1.2%

Premerchantable planted pine 14.9%

Open land and fields 3.2%

Waterfowl impoundment 4.2%

Culitvated field, pasture, game plots 1.8%

Hampton Stokes Tract I

2,152.3 Acres


For additional information please contact:

Chip Hall

phone 843.860.3432

email cohplantation@icloud.com