A hunt’s "country" consists of areas where landowners have given permission for riders and hounds to cross their properties, and for the Hunt to maintain trails and jumps. This country is registered with the Masters of Foxhounds Association and may not be used by any other hunt or by trail riders, except by invitation. It is the Hunt's obligation to keep riders off lawns, crops and gardens.
There are hunt meets in several different sections of Polk County, North Carolina, as well as in northern Spartanburg County, South Carolina. New country is constantly being opened up as land formerly hunted becomes unsuitable because of development.
In 2014, we added two new fixtures to our territory - Walnut Creek Preserve, 2500 acres located in Polk County near Lake Lure, and 6000 acres located in Union County, SC.