Located seven miles from the seaport of Georgetown, South Carolina, historic Ramsey Grove is being offered for sale for the first time in over 100 years. Originally established in 1731 by a grant of 500 acres from King George II, today the plantation comprises some 2689 acres meticulously managed for wildlife.


Most notably is Ramsey Grove's legendary 160 acres of controlled freshwater impoundments planted in rice and corn for waterfowl. Another 100 acres of duck impoundments may be created on one of the hardwood drains on the property. Remaining acreage of mature pine, mixed pine and hardwoods, hardwood bottoms, and selectively placed food plots have been professionally managed for both deer and turkey habitat.

A current professional timber cruise by well-known Milliken Forestry has established standing timber value at more than $3.6 million. Upland quail courses could be easily developed but historically have not been emphasized. The Ramsey Grove Lake with big bass and bream and a 5-stand clay bird range complement the many hunting opportunities at Ramsey Grove.

The property has over six tenths of a mile frontage on the Black River and the same on Six Mile Creek. Both offer freshwater fishing and boating opportunities with downtown Georgetown less than thirty minutes away by water. Both offshore and inshore boating and fishing options are endless. Boats can be launched and tied up at the covered Boat House and Dock just a few steps from the Lodge.

The spacious riverfront lodge has twelve bedrooms and a commercial kitchen to host large family gatherings or hunt club guests. Other structures include a modern Manager's House, old caretaker's house, Plantation Office, Guide's Bunkhouse and a small but state of the art IT-enabled Conference Center for business functions. The Conference Center could easily be converted to a Guest House or a Master Bedroom Cottage. Other improvements include equipment sheds, utility warehouse, dog kennels, and several docks on the Ramsey Grove Lake and the Black River.

The Grounds have been meticulously maintained. Rice Fields are planted for the upcoming duck season and food plots are being readied for deer hunting. An abundant turkey population has been cared for by Mark Prudhomme, the long-time plantation manager and 5-time World Turkey Call Champion.

Ramsey Grove is turnkey, there is no Conservation Easement on the property, it is ready to hunt, fish, explore and enjoy. Substantial tax benefits may be available to an owner who would protect the property from future development.


 Ramsey Grove Plantation - Main Entrance

Ramsey Grove got its name in the 1700's from the huge grove of live oaks

located on the River. At that time the plantation was owned by a member

of the Ramsay family. The "a" in Ramsay was changed to an "e" years later.


Lodge, Office and Conference Center 

The Lodge  

Ramsey Grove Boathouse 

View of the Lodge from the River Dock

Old terraces in front of Lodge 

View of Black River from the Lodge 



The Boathouse. Historic Georgetown is a thirty minute boat ride away.


Looking Upstream on the Black River

Old terraces and mill stone located near the Lodge  


Lodge Front Porch

Outbuildings and grounds near the Lodge. 

Conference Center 


Martin Gourds in Background 

Old Storage Shed 

Black River View 

Live Oak with Resurrection Ferns 

Mark Prudhomme, long time manager of Ramsey Grove,

with Tom Anderson of Plantation Services.

Manager's House 

Small Wood Duck Pond near Manager's House 


This is one of twenty food plots planted annually for deer and turkeys.

Deer Feeder

Wild Turkeys

5-Stand Clay Bird Range


A recent cruise by well-known Milliken Forestry

values the present timber at over $3.6 million.

 Miles of roads and trails wind through this beautiful timberland.

An ancient river cypress has hatchet marks from years gone by. 

 Dock and Tackle Shed on Ramsey Grove Lake

Ramsey Grove Lake is known as one the best fishing spots in South Carolina. 

Misty Morning on Ramsey Grove Lake 

Cypree Trees in Ramsey Grove Lake

Black River 

Black River 

Black River 

Ricefields, Canal and Dike along the River.

 Ramsey Grove's Legendary Ricefields

Planting for Waterfowl 

 Planted Rice and Corn

 Ricefields Flooded in the Fall

Sunset on the Black River


Items belonging to Ramsey Grove's manager, Mark Prudomme.

 Mark is a five time Grand National Champion

Turkey Caller and South Carolina Champion Duck Caller.

Ramsey Grove is located 7 miles north of historic downtown Georgetown and a twenty minute drive from the Georgetown County Airport. Beaches, golf, marinas and fine dining are just a short distance away.



2689 Acres in Georgetown County, South Carolina

$11,900,000 or $4425/Acre

Please Contact Plantation Services Exclusive Marketing Agent

Shown by Appointment Only

Tom Anderson 843.224.0205 tpanderson48@gmail.com

Chip Hall 843.860.3432 cohplantation@icloud.com

This material is based upon information that we consider reliable, but because it has been supplied by third parties, we cannot represent that it is accurate or complete, and it should not be relied upon as such. This offering is subject to errors, omissions, changes, including price, or withdrawal without notice.

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