An 11.26 acre sunflower site off of Banks Road in Fort Mill was placed in a conservation easement in 1996 and acquired by the Nation Ford Land Trust in January 2006.
The Bailiwyck Property contains 43.43 acres and forms a buffer between the Bailiwyck subdivision off of Pleasant Road and Interstate I-77 in Fort Mill.
The Civil War Battery Site is located between Red River Road and the Catawba River in Rock Hill. The site was a battery for the protection of a railroad trestle across the Catawba River and is the highest point along this portion of the river, with an elevation of 550 feet. The dugout area where the battery was located is still visible. The property was acquired in February 1999.
The Whitley Mills Property contains 27.97 acres and provides open space adjacent to a tributary of Jackson Branch to the south and west of Whitley Mills subdivision. The property was acquired in February 2007.
The Drake Property contains 4.98 acres was acquired in December 2011 to form a connection between the Nation Ford Greenway and the Carolina Thread Trail.
The Beers and Poe tracts contain approximately 5.5 acres (York County Tax Map # 600-19-05-014 and # 6001905013) and provides open space adjacent to a subdivision on the southwest side of Rock Hill. The properties were acquired in December 2014.
The Thomasson tract contains 26.4 acres (York County Tax Map # 070-16-01-179) and provides open space adjacent to commercial development in York and protects floodplain along Langham Branch. The property was acquired in December 2014.
The Brookside tract contains 75.4 acres (York County Tax Map #070-25-01-029) and protects open space adjacent to the Brookside subdivision in York and protects 39 acres of floodplain along Fishing Creek. The property was acquired in December 2015.
Total Acreage Owned: 195.28