563 acres of timberland with some frontage on the Saline River and joining Felsenthal NWR in Ashley County, AR.
Note: Sellers will consider offers to divide the tract.
This is a great recreational property with excellent access. It is located just northwest of Crossett, AR and has public road access and electricity available to several locations on the property. This property does it all when it comes to recreation. There is excellent deer and turkey hunting. The property borders Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge along its western boundary. There are numerous cypress brakes and sloughs for duck hunting and there are a number of flooded timber duck hunting areas when the Saline River is high enough. Lake Georgia Pacific, a known roosting area for large numbers of ducks, is about a quarter mile from the east boundary of the tract. The river will provide excellent year round fishing and boating opportunities.
The timber on the property is a mix of mature hardwood, planted pine and naturally regenerated stands of pine and hardwood. There is 34 acres of mature hardwood along the Saline River that does not join the larger acreage. It has deeded access for ingress/egress and electricity. There is a private boat launch on the Saline River that also has deeded access that the owner can use.
This is a diverse tract that will provide future timber income and excellent recreational opportunities.
Minerals: Negotiable on what Seller may own.
Access: CR 286
Legal Description: Situated in Sections 7, 17, 18, T17S, R9W, Ashley Co, AR
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