Located near Chopin, in southern Natchitoches Parish, this unique 218+/- acre recreational tract consists of two large iron ore hills with a nice bottom between them. One of them, McAlpine Hill has an elevation of 200+’ above sea level and has some of the best views in north-central Louisiana. Both hills have some merchantable mixed pine and hardwood timber with the hardwood being more prevalent and there is a stand of younger pine on the northwest portion of the property. Caney Brake Bayou runs through the bottom which consists of mostly younger hardwoods. A small portion of the shallow Mitchell Lake also lies on this property which along with the bayou and another small slough should provide some wood duck hunting opportunity. There are several food plots located throughout the woods on the property which should have good deer and hog hunting along with great squirrel hunting. Cane River is close to the property as is the Red River along with several other nearby lakes. There is a potential camp/cabin site on the top of McAlpine Hill and electricity is located approximately a pole span away from the property line. This property would make a great family hunting tract or investment. It is located almost halfway between Alexandria and Natchitoches for easy access from either place.
Asking price is $2450 per acre.