The Pulaski County Tract was once owned by a lumber company family from Savannah and before them it was owned by a local family that still has a small abandoned cemetery on the property. There is a barb wire fence around the cemetery and is shown on the map. The property has been used for timber production for at least the last 30 years.
The current owners developed the tract for the multiple uses focusing on timber growth, recreation, agriculture leasing, and hunting.
The property outside the fenced area is a beautiful old growth hardwood bottom on Big Creek which flows into the Ocmulgee River. Wildlife is abundant throughout the tract with excellent deer and turkey, and an occasional bear spotted in the area.
There is a pond on the north end with bass and bream as well as and some good duck hunting opportunities.