• Lonoke County, Arkansas
    Ducks, Deer and Turkey all in one location just 30 minutes from Little Rock! This 365 acre property is located on Apple Hill Road just outside of Beebe, AR. The property is situated along Cypress Bayou with great whitetail hunting as well as duck hunting in the flooded timber and reservoir. This property has very diverse habitat consisting of natural bottomland hardwood, 150 acres of 20 year-old planted hardwood, 40 acres of open marsh, a 40 acre reservoir and upland pine with some clear-cut. This property has been managed for wildlife and has produced some very nice bucks and limits
    365± acres
  • Arkansas County, Arkansas
    This is a rare opportunity to purchase a hardwood timber property in this area! Located just south of Humphrey, AR this property consists of 266.47 acres adjacent to Bayou Meto and Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area. This property consists of mostly large oak timber along with 30 acres of cypress and tupelo timber in Grand Cypress Lake. It is unimproved but naturally floods when Bayou Meto floods out of its banks. This property has had LIDAR mapping completed and has been determined that its topography would allow for creating a Green Tree Reservoir. Regulatory experts have recently provided interesting
    266.47± acres
  • Van Buren County, Arkansas
    This 354 +/- Acre property has lake view development written all over it. Located right off the black top, barely an hour from Little Rock and only ten minutes from Clinton, AR. This tract features a large mountain top plateau that overlooks Greers Ferry Lake. The view this property offers is truly a must see, words can't explain the sense of peace you feel from a sight such as this. With utilities at the road, this would be a good place to develop into lake view homes or a place to call your own. The property also features 3 ponds
    354± acres







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  • Quitman County, Mississippi
    Whiting Plantation is a 1359 acre Agricultural and Recreational investment opportunity. This property is located just northwest of Marks in Quitman County, Mississippi. The property consists of over 9,000 sqft of lodging, 628 +/- acres of irrigated farmland, a 233 acre oxbow lake and 240 acres of flooded timber. Whiting Plantation is an absolute sportsman's paradise. The main lodge consists of 7 large private bedrooms each with their own full bathroom. The bedrooms are located along a covered porch overlooking Whiting Lake allowing access from the main lodge to the individual rooms. In line with the 7 bedrooms is
    1,359± acres
  • White County, Arkansas
    40 +/- acres of vacant land within the city limits of Searcy, AR. It has approximately 1,200 feet of frontage on Sunset Park Road which connects the N. Bypass Road and Highway 16. This property would be ideal for large, custom homes on 10 acre tracts or as a subdivision. There is electricity on the North end of the property with water, gas, and sewer available on the South end. Few acres of floodplain along the creek. For more information contact Kevin Keen at (870)215-1185.
    40± acres
  • Hot Spring County, Arkansas
    329 +/- acres located just East of Caddo Valley in Hot Springs County, Arkansas. This tract has always been operated as a hay/cattle farm and also offers incredible hunting opportunities. The property is full of mixed hardwoods including excellent oak stand throughout much of the timber areas. There is an existing road system that leads throughout the entire property for ease of access and enjoyment. Deer tracks and sign can be seen throughout. The property is in the floodplain, but the tradeoff is that family members have killed several ducks off the North end of the tract. Regardless of your
    329± acres
  • Dallas County, Arkansas
    Located just west of the small town Willow Ar. lies this 69 +/- Acre property. It is separated in two different tracts that catty-corner each other. One is 29 acres, the other is 40. The main point of access is into the 29 acre tract that has been cut but not yet re planted. Approximately 15 acres of the 40 acre tract has also been cut and not yet replanted. The 44 +/- acres cut was cut in August of 2019. Of the remaining 25 acres that has not been cut, you can find areas with mature mixed hardwoods and
    69± acres
  • Greene County, Arkansas
    This 24.26 +/- acres of flooded timber on the Cache River has been setup and is ready to go. It is leveed with flashboard riser and can pumped by re-lifting out of the Cache River or coordinating with the neighbor who has allowed the current owner to use their well. When the Cache is high, the property backfills off the river preventing any need to pump. The property is located just South of Evening Star, in Greene County, which has historically been an incredible area if you know duck hunting in northeast Arkansas. In addition to the hunting on
    24.26± acres
  • Under Contract
    Newton County, Arkansas
    48 Acres +/- of mixed use residential, recreational, timberland, just 4 miles from Jasper, AR 72641. The property has electric and gravel county road frontage and can be accessed from 2 separate county roads. The Buffalo National River is just minutes away where public land access offers opportunities for: freshwater fishing, equestrian trails, hiking trails, biking trails, bird watching, Elk viewing, water sports, and hunting. Hunting can also be enjoyed on this Newton County, AR. property. The wildlife consist of bear, turkey, whitetail deer, small game, and possibly Elk with it's location. If you are looking for a place to
    48± acres