This property boasts 230 acres of scenic views and rolling hills on the Missouri River between Chamberlain and Ft. Thompson. In a highly traveled area for mule deer, whitetail deer, turkeys, and other wildlife, this land beams with strong recreational attributes. Gullies, river breaks, and mature trees are scattered throughout the property providing prime grazing and hunting opportunities. If you are looking for your own secluded hunting spot with panoramic views on the east side of the Missouri River, you wont want to miss this opportunity.
Land Location from Fort Thompson: Follow Highway 50 South for 10 miles to 238th St. Follow the dirt path West for 2 miles, half a mile North, half a mile West, 1 mile North, and continue when it curves west, land will be on both sides of the path.
From Chamberlain: Follow Highway 50 North for 8 miles to 238th St. Follow the dirt path West for 2 miles, half a mile North, half a mile West, 1 mile North, and continue when it curves west, land will be on both sides of the path.
Snap Shot: 230+/- acres of scenic views overlooking the Missouri River. This property provides excellent opportunities for the wildlife enthusiast as it naturally attracts mule and whitetail deer, along with upland game birds. Dont miss your chance to own this piece of land with endless possibilities!
Legal Descriptions: E1/2 SE1/4, E1/2 E1/2 NW1/4 SE1/4, E1/2 SW1/4 SE1/4 of Sec 22-106N-71W Wilson Twp, Buffalo Co.
N1/2 NE1/4, N1/2 S1/2 NE1/4 of Sec 27-106N-71W Wilson Twp, Buffalo Co.
Estimated Taxes: $475.80
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