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Richland Parish is a county in Louisiana. It covers 565 square miles (361,312 acres), which represents less than one percent of the state total. Of the 64 counties in Louisiana, Richland Parish ranks 46th in terms of the size of its population (20,523, according to 2015 Census estimates). Recent data from Lands of America calculates the average value of ranches, land, farms and other recreational acreage for sale in Richland Parish at $2,551 per acre. The average listing price was $328,698 (the most expensive listing being for $1.3 million) and the median size of land and real estate for sale in Richland Parish was 57 acres. Land for sale in Richland Parish totaled 1,933 acres and $4.9 million in overall land value, with the city of Archibald featuring the most land for sale in the county. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Richland Parish.
Land for sale including Hunting Land in Richland Parish Louisiana
Access - Hwy 622
Timber Stand - Hardwood
Hunting - Deer and small game
Acres 224.3 +/- acres
Date of Entry 10/01/2006
Date of Expiration 09/30/2021
Annual Payment $17,895.00
Improvements - 1 box stand, 3 - 2000 lb feeders, 1 - 15 hp electric well (these are used for filling the water trophy whitetail deer in the woods) numerous food plots that have been planted to alfalpha, wheat, chickery, etc
Comments - Little Creek Whitetails high fence deer hunting in Richland Parish, LA. It is a great package that offers the buyer opportunities to take trophy whitetails year after year. The tract was stocked with 30 bred does with high end blood lines and 3 breeder bucks with superior genetics in Janu
244 ac WRP tract for deer & duck hunting in north Richland parish, LA
This tract has 224.4 acres in a WRP easement consisting of approx. 186 acres of bottomland hardwoods and food plots and approx. 38 acres in shallow water area. The hardwoods were planted in 2011-12. There is a water control structure and electric well to manage the water in the shallow water area.
There is an additional approx. 20 acres along the north and west sides that are not in the easement. This area can be used for a camp or home site. There is a small woodframe house that can be used for a camp or temp home until you build a new one. Utilities are available.
An additional 35 acres joins the tract that can also be bought. There are approx. 5 wooded acres and 3
Access- Self Rd
Timber Stand-Pine Timber
Hunting-deer and small game
Comments-This is a nice pine timber tract that is located off of Self Road on the Richland Parish West Carroll Parish line. This tract has road frontage for about 1/2 mile. There has been a recent timber cruise on this tract at $114,200.00 This tract is priced to sell and would make a great timber investment.
Listing Agent-Brad Brown
This 99 acre recreational/hunting tract is located just south of Delhi, La. on College Rd. It is conveniently located about 35 minutes from Monroe and about 35 min from Vicksburg, Ms. The tract also features a homesite/campsite with road frontage and access to utilities. Approximately 44 acres of this tract are enrolled in the WRP program. The remaining acreage is unencumbered. The tract consists of mostly hardwood timber with some wet areas throughout and there are plans for NRCS to put in a water control structure along the south end of the property to flood some of the timber and there is a large slough on the north end that has some duck hunting opportunity. There are plenty of spots for deer stands and there was a fair amount of
Access- Hwy 17 & Parks Rd
Hunting-Deer, Duck, Hogs, Rabbits & Doves
Date of Entry: 10/01/2003
Date of Exp: 09/30/2018
Annual Payment: $1995.00
Improvements:one small submersible well for 7 acre duck pond.
Comments-This is a nice small hunting tract with income. It also has a nice duck hole with a well that can be drained & replanted with milo each year. The deer are plentiful in the area with good backup. Call for details.
Listing Agent-Jim Rolfe
Access- Fortenberry Rd
Timber Stand-small hardwoods
Hunting-Deer, small game
Comments-Good deer hunting minutes from Rayville LA. Food plots and ROW's give ample opportunity for luring big bucks out. Ag fields provide much protein to fatten them up. 40 acres undivided interest in 80 acres.
Listing Agent-Richard Lemoine