143 Acres

A Mecca for Duck Hunting And Fishing in Georgetown County, SC


Willowbank is a 143-acre waterfowl impoundment in coastal Georgetown County. The property is the most eastern privately owned controlled tidal marsh on the Pee Dee and Waccamaw Peninsular. It is in a sweet-spot for duck hunters. This unique location is accessed from the Pee Dee River, just minutes upriver from Land’s End Marina in Georgetown.

It is rare that a property like this comes to market in such a great location and historic neighborhood.

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

The dike system surrounding the duck fields is based on the footprint of a historic rice field property formerly known as Taylor Hill in the early 1800's. Neighboring historic properties include Arcadia and Rosemont Plantations and the Belle W. Baruch Foundation lands.

Willowbank is protected by a conservation easement.

Willow Bank has three water control structures which aid in the management of the two adjoining and separately controlled impoundments. Elevations and tidal amplitudes allow for planting crops for waterfowl. The salinity levels allow for moist soil management for submerged aquatic vegetation and shell and fin fish. This unique habitat allows for multiple recreational opportunities, mainly fantastic fishing and hunting.

Historically, Willowbank has been managed for duck hunting and attracts an array of species. The dike system sits well off the main flow of the Pee Dee and Waccamaw Rivers and is sheltered by adequate marsh buffers. The property and its surrounding neighbors are protected by conservation easements to preserve this pristine area forever.

Land's End Marina, Intracoastal Waterway

Georgetown, SC


143 +/- Acres


For additional information please contact:

Jim Clark

phone 843.344.2245

email jclarksc@aol.com

Chip Hall

phone 843.860.3432

email cohplantation@icloud.com