Oconee Town Village site will protect one of the most significant archaeological, historical, and cultural assets of South Carolina's upstate. The property will connect with Sumter National Forest via the 210-acre Oconee Station, thus enlarging the protected landscape and providing an important extension for wildlife habitat. This area is known for its black bear, fox, bobcat, turkey, and pheasant. This property contains view of the stunning Tamassee Knob within Sumter National Forest. The land will be donated to SCPRT for inclusion in Oconee Station Historic Site which will allow visitors the chance to access Oconee Town through a network of trails once established by the Park.
A map for Oconee Town Village has been provided in Google Map format.