Located in northeast Madison County are these 718 surveyed acres known as Doaks Creek. The property is thirteen miles northeast of Canton and 27 miles northeast of Madison and fronts Mt. Pilgrim Road with 88 acres on the north side and 630 acres on the south side.
The north 88 acres includes 66 +/- of farmland with scattered hardwood lots, the Camp a four bedroom and two bath mobile home , a storage barn and a 3 +/- acre stocked pond with a pier. The south 630 acres consists of well managed merchantable pine plantation interspersed with mature hardwoods along the drainage's and Doaks Creek. There is a well-developed interior road system for easy access about the property’s level to rolling terrain and 15 food plots planted for the upcoming season.
Doaks Creek, a main tributary of the Big Black River and only seven miles west of the property, is a hardwood wildlife travel corridor which makes this area of Madison County well known for producing trophy whitetail bucks and strutting long beards.