The Pettigrew Tract boasts a mixture of bottomland hardwoods and cypress-tupelo swamp with some planted pine forest. The variety of forest structure and access to water provides optimal shelter and forage habitat for white-tailed deer. This property includes 1.1 miles along Herring Creek and 3,000 feet along the largest oxbow lake on the Great Pee Dee River. Although public access is not explicitly provided on the subject property, it does adjoin and front on Lowther's Lake, a public lake that has a public boat ramp which is managed by SCDNR. Recreationists use the lake for paddling and fishing activities. Lowther's Lake has approximately 5 miles of navigable water and the Pettigrew Tract fronts on the lake for over a half a mile.
A map for the Pettigrew Tract has been provided in Google Map format.