A good internal road system on the beautifully wooded Sofkee Creek Farm helps to make this tract a trophy property for hunting and freshwater fishing. The current owner is an avid deer and turkey hunter and has managed the property accordingly, adhering to quality deer and turkey management practices. The floodable duck pond adds significantly to the hunting opportunities by attracting ducks throughout the hunting season. Game food plots have been strategically placed to maximize game habitat and hunting. In addition to stands of Loblolly Pines, the tract also has magnificent hardwood bottoms set off by topography not often found in southwest Georgia. Sofkee Creek forms the northern border of the tract and the Lower Hawthorne Trail highway forms the western boundary. Less than ten minutes south of Cairo, Georgia, and thirty minutes north of Tallahassee, Florida.