Raccoon Creek Sports is located on 2100 acres
of rural Southampton County land, most of which
borders the scenic Nottaway river. Raccoon Creek
and Three Creeks border two of the remaining sides.
The property consists of woods, fields and food plots
planted with soybeans, wheat, oats, corn and
sunflowers. Twelve miles of roads and paths provide
access to the land. Plans are for 1,300 additional acres
across the river to be included as the business expands
Southampton County has a large deer population, with
many trophy size bucks.
Deer, turkey, rabbit, bear, bobcat, fox, and coyote can
be seen on the property as well as dove and quail.
Eagles, red cockaded woodpecker and many other
birds are native to the area.
The nearby small village of Sebrell is being considered for designation as a historic district by Virginia's Department of Historic Resources because of the concentration of pre-Civil War homes.
Nearby are the towns of Courtland, Franklin and Capron. Shopping (Wal*Mart and Belk) grocery stores (Food Lion, Farm Fresh), bowling, and restaurants.
Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown are a ferry ride away. Virginia Beach, Va. is approximately a 65 mile ride. The Eastern Shore of Virginia with it's ponies and small fishing villages is a ride across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.