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Louisiana's 442-square-mile East Carroll Parish covers less than one percent of the state's total land area. Of Louisiana's 64 counties, East Carroll Parish ranks 62nd in terms of the size of its population (7,307, according to 2015 Census estimates). Its economy is defined as agricultural, with 227 farms recorded in the county during the 2012 U.S. Census. Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in East Carroll Parish at $1,100 per acre. On average, the price of land for sale was $44,000 and the median size of land and property for sale in East Carroll Parish was 40 acres. Land for sale in East Carroll Parish totaled 40 acres and $44,000 in overall land value, with the city of Alsatia featuring the most land for sale in the county. Given its rural location and ecomony, farms and other agricultural acreage are the most common types of land for sale in East Carroll Parish.
Shareholder & Membership Rights in 2400 +/- ac Southpoint, Inc. in East Carroll Parish, LA
A share and a fraction of a share (1.125 shares) are for sale in this 10 share ownership / hunting club. The ownership includes full shareholder rights and privileges to approximately 2400 acres and the use of the camp and improvements.
The camp is very comfortable without being over-the-top fancy. Each member has his own private bedroom. There is a metal barn, skinning shed with cooler, and plenty of covered storage for gear, ATVs, etc.
The property has over 3 miles of Mississippi River frontage inside the levee north of Lake Providence. There are numerous improved food plots with box and ladder stands. Three pipelines also serve as food plots and
Pat Porter, BrokerRecLand Realty, LLC
$854,000244 acresAlsatia, LA71286 - East Carroll Parish
244 ac irrigated farm & proven duck hunting in East Carroll parish, LA
This tract is situated along the Tensas River and only a few miles west of the Mississippi River. It has a proven waterfowl hunting history and offers good deer hunting, too.
The approx. 244 acres is made up of 197 acres in rice/bean fields, 29.9 acres in WRP, with the 20 acre balance in levees, roads, pond, and wooded riverfront access. There is legal access to the west side from Friendly road and levee roads between the fields provide easy access to farm and hunt.
Turbine wells and submersible electric wells and water control structures throughout the property allow the tract to be efficiently farmed and always flooded during duck season. The soils in all fields ar
One ownership/membership share & new camp in Lookout Point Land Co, LLC on the Mississippi River in East Carroll Parish, LA
Here is your opportunity to own a turn-key family-oriented membership in a company that owns over 6200 acres of prime Mississippi river bottom hunting ground. The tract is comprised of two parcels closely situated and inside the levee at Transylvania, LA. The deer hunting will be some of the best in the state and challenge any hunting tract in the Delta with both quality of mature bucks of overall size of the herd. There are over 60 deer standsmost of which are 2 man fiberglass box stands. Over 1200 acres is dedicated for bow hunting only in some of the more heavily wooded parts of the tract. Hundreds of acres of food
Pat Porter, BrokerRecLand Realty, LLC
$725,0006,632 acresUnamed Road, Sondheimer, LA71276 - East Carroll Parish
Henderson Island, a historic outdoorsman's paradise in the Mississippi Delta. Henderson’s abundant wildlife, idyllic location, and natural splendor have earned the island a reputation as a must-see location. Henderson Island is located in East Carroll Parish, LA, on the Mississippi side of the river 25 miles northwest of Vicksburg. Henderson Island has been a source of trophy Pope and Young class whitetails reaching as high as 180-class for archers throughout two decades, offering a thrilling experience for all hunters, including waterfowl, turkey, small game, fish and alligators.
Henderson Island's 6,632 acres with over 3.5 miles of Mississippi River frontage and over 7.5 miles of frontage on Chotard Lake makes this shared equity investmen
J Parker SartainSartain's Heritage Properties
$725,0006,632 acresHwy 465, Sondheimer, LA71276 - East Carroll Parish
Since 1987 Henderson Island has been professionally managing the habitat and the whitetail herd to get the most from the recreational experience for all who get to spend time here. I think anyone that has visited here will agree, this is some of the finest property to be found along the MS river. Henderson Island is a bow-hunting only property and has been that way since the late 1980’s. The owners have designated a 500-acre gun hunting zone just for the young hunters all while keeping the family experience important. The number of Pope and Young whitetails that have been taken here with “stick and string” here over the years will impress the most rounded and experienced archer. This is one of those properties that offer i
160 +/ ac Prime Deer Hunting Land with CRP income joining Bayou Macon WMA in East Carroll Parish, LA
This property is comprised of three tracts, an 80acre tract near the headquarters of the WMA, and two 40acre tracts to the east of the main WMA. The two 40 ac tracts join an 80 acre resting area where no hunting is allowed.
This area is known for large deer. The WMA consists of 6,919 acres with limited gun hunting. This gives the property plenty of back up habitat. Nearby farm fields are usually planted in soybeans and corn providing excellent food sources to grow big bucks. Owners have killed several very nice bucks off this property, and practice trophy management.
All three tracts were enrolled in the CREP program in 2006 and planted