The site is almost entirely forested with mature stand of hardwoods. The eastern portion of the site borders an open water pond. The pond is a part of the northwesterly flowing Still run and Repaupo Creek watersheds. Although Repaupo Creek is largely tidal, Still Run is non-tidal. Additionally, the northern most portion of Still Run on the parcel flows over a concrete spillway and under a steel and wood-decked bridge. The wooded portion of the tract is steeply sloped with elevations ranging from approximately +87 feet to + 36 feet. There is an existing roadway that cuts through the site. This roadway enters the tract from the west side of the Sharp Drive cul-de-sac; over Still Run and the southern end of the pond via an earthern levee and a 60" CMP culvert; runs parallel to the pond; to the bridge. There are several culverts that pass under the roadway that route stormwater and drainage from the highlands to the pond.