The +/- 138 acres in Monroe County is located in the heart of the "Black Belt" between the cities of Camden and Monroeville. The tract also lies on the northern end of the extended deer hunting season zone in Southwest Alabama. This allows hunters in that area to hunt the productive "Black Belt" for ten extra days during the rut! The location is within a reasonable drive time from the coastal areas of Alabama and the panhandle of Florida. Most cities and towns in central Alabama are less than 100 miles driving distance from the tract.
The property contains a mix of thinned pine plantations along with areas of mature hardwood. There is a high amount of acorn producing hardwoods, especially White Oaks, on the property. A big creek meanders through a portion of the tract. The Alabama River is only +/-5 miles to the west of the 138 acres. The river region with its many feeder creeks and streams is a hotbed for Wild Turkey, Whitetail Deer and other wild game. The internal road system allows for an easy drive around the property. An active railroad line crosses the property. Experienced hunters may be able to use the rail line to their advantage. Access to the tract is across adjoining landowners. Legal access will likely be by an easement agreement with neighboring landowners.
If you have in mind a hunting location that is in a great location for healthy wild game that contains excellent game habitat and is in a quiet and secluded area- then you have found a great prospective property! Call today for more details.