Located on the Tensas River, about three and a half miles upriver from where the Tensas, Quachita, and Little River meet to form the Black River, this secluded 51.12 acre tract would make a great family hunting tract and getaway. Historically, this tract was a portion of Brookwater Plantation which was mostly across the river in Concordia Parish. This area is known for good deer genetics and is bordered by large agricultural fields, CRP, and woods. The property itself was logged five years ago and has grown up thick for great deer habitat. Approx. 20 miles by vehicle from Harrisonburg via mostly gravel road, the property has good access by land or water. Fishing is available on the Tensas and there is also a bar pit between the levee and the river as well as a strip of mature timber that would be great for a squirrel hunt or a bow stand! Most of the property is on the protected side of the levee so flooding is not a worry. There is a campsite on the property for primitive camping or bring your camper and generator and the seller also has a lot between Jonesville and Harrisonburg, about a 25 min drive from the property, with a mobile home and utilities and a camper shed for sale that he was using as a camp when he would come in to hunt his property.
Asking price is $130,000 for the 51.12 acres.