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South Georgia Land and Timber
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Pataula Storage & Campground

2038 Eufaula Highway/ GA Hwy 39, Fort Gaines, Georgia 39851 - Clay County
$1,000,000 7.67 Acres
Property ID 3143456

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Pataula Storage & Campgrounds ~2038 Eufaula Hwy (GA 39), Fort Gaines, GA

Pataula Storage & Campground is located at the intersection of Georgia Highway 39 and Pataula Creek in Clay County, GA on Lake Walter F. George / Eufaula, just minutes from George T. Bagby State Park and golf course. Also, approximately 20 minutes to Historic Eufaula, AL as well as Historic Fort Gaines, GA with tremendous shopping opportunities. This 7.67 acres with 61 campsites, 20 boat storage stalls and 95% +/- occupancy makes this an excellent investment opportunity. The annual NET cash income is approximately $80,000.00 or $6,667.00 +/- per month. This storage & campground has been going strong since 1995 and has potential for many more improvements. Amenities include a wash house, get together shelter, fish cleaning station, well, 7 septic tanks and lake access for boaters. Located directly across the street is a very nice convenience store and boat ramp. This property is offered at only $1,000,000.00 by South Georgia Land and Timber. Please call Roy Neves at 229-942-0479 or email roy'at'landandtimber.net for more detailed information on this property.

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Julian Morgan

South Georgia Land and Timber

2444 Edison Highway
Coleman, GA 39836

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