Cedar Knoll Plantation is a 523 +/- acre plantation with exceptional hunting and a rich history of wildlife management for whitetails, wild turkey, quail, and doves. Its located approximately 88 miles from Columbia, 100 miles from Charleston and 70 miles from Hilton Head Island in the heart of the Savannah River Corridor plantation belt. With nearby plantations including Erwinton, Millbury, Duval, Elliott and Groton, the lodge is ideally located less than 5 miles from Cohens Bluff Landing and the Savannah River, which boasts excellent fishing and recreational opportunities.
Historically this area has been touted as one of the best whitetail, hog, and wild turkey hunting areas in the South and Cedar Knoll is no exception. The farm has certainly been managed with wildlife in mind and there are established food plots and baiting sites throughout, numerous elevated box blind stands, an 8 acre pond with bass and brim, and an excellent area for a large dove field. In fact, some of the foundational concepts of QDMA were thought up on site.
The main 3200 square foot residence is exceptionally located overlooking the 8 acre pond with cypress trees surrounding. The current owners have been commercially hunting the property since 1985 and with the Lowcountrys extended game seasons and liberal bag limits can be hunted year round. The property is a great investment for someone looking for a recreational track with solid income potential. Supporting structures include a 3888 square foot pavilion, two hunting lodges, dog kennels, grain bins, game feeders, elevated box blind deer stands, and a walk in cooler and freezer.
Over the years the lodge has been visited and hunted by people from around the United States, including many celebrities, conservation leaders, and first time hunters. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own your own high quality recreational hunting and fishing paradise for you and your friends and family to enjoy.
Cedar Knoll offers a unique opportunity for a buyer to purchase not only a great piece of ground in a great location, but ground with tremendous conservation history and wildlife management practices. South Carolina is one of only a handful of places in the country that allow early season whitetail hunting while deer are in velvet and this is a big draw for sportsmen and women from all parts of the country. The current owners have spent countless hours crunching the numbers to determine what feeding programs and food plots are best for their herd and for antler growth.- CJ Brown, Jon Kohler & Associates