Horry County, SC
The Bayboro 81 & 112 Tract is a secluded 86-acre property in Northern Horry County. Lying at the end of Dock Ridge Road, the property features a combination of managed pine plantations and natural hardwoods. The USDA Web Soil Survey indicates over half of the property lies on Blanton, Goldsboro or Kenasville soils and can accommodate a variety of land uses. The pine plantations are nearly ready for their first commercial thinning, providing an ideal opportunity to have trees removed for roads, game patches or a homesite while getting paid for the timber.
Over 80% of the Bayboro 81 & 112 Tract is in timber production with Loblolly pine plantations that were established in 2006. Currently in their 14th growing season, the plantations are healthy and nearing suitability for first thinning. Interior and exterior roads are sufficient for management and recreational access. Hunting opportunities abound and natural hardwoods on and around the property complement the plantations in providing attractive wildlife habitat.
The Bayboro 81 & 112 Tract is an easily accessible property and is located just 11 miles from Aynor and 17 miles from Conway. Highway 22 is a short 8-mile ride Myrtle Beach is a pleasant 32-mile drive.