372 acres located 4 miles west of Raleigh surrounded by nearly 73,000 acres of the Bienville National Forest in northern Smith County. Almost the entire Forest is open to hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, and other outdoor pursuits. Portions of the Caney Creek and Tallahalla Wildlife Management Areas are located within the Bienville National Forest and are managed cooperatively with the Mississippi Dept. of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks.
The property offers a diversity of habitat with approximately 245 acres of 3 year old pine plantation, 26 acres of 33 year pines, 7 acres of 11 year pines and 92 acres of hardwood bottom-land along Little Oakohay Creek. With frontage and utilities available along paved Smith County Road 539 and access to thousands of surrounding Forest Lands acres, the tract offers a multitude of recreational and timberland investment opportunities.