SUMNER COUNTY, TN (572 acres) - Roughly 25 miles northeast of Nashville, this property consists of forested ridges, limestone glades and rocky drains. Two intermittent streams drain the property directly to Station Camp Creek. This creek was assessed by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) as having natural and scenic qualities of local significance, regional significance for recreational boating, and is considered an ‘Excellent’ fishery. Station Camp Creek joins the Old Hickory Lake portion of the Cumberland River ten air miles to the south. A brief species list compiled during a staff site visit in November of 2018 included 43 tree species observed plus 82 other shrubs and herbs. Various signs and species of wildlife were observed during the site visit, including 14 species of birds, white-tailed deer (antler shed and rubs on small trees), eastern gray squirrels, and eastern chipmunks.  A Belted Kingfisher was seen perching over one of the waterways on the property.