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6 acres Camper in Alma NY County Road 38
County Road 38, Alma, New York 14708
6.90Acres
$29,900
6.9 acres with a nice tow behind camper near Alma Pond in Alma NY, Allegany County. The land consists of hardwoods and a large open area with plenty of room for several other campers. There is a storage shed and outhouse on the property. Just minutes away to the popular Alma Pond (Beaver Lake) for fishing. Alma Pond is a New York State [DEC] Stocked Pond with a launch.
6 acres Camper in Alma NY County Road 38
County Road 38, Alma, New York 14708
6.90Acres
6.9 acres with a nice tow behind camper near Alma Pond in Alma NY, Allegany County. The land consists of hardwoods and a large open area with plenty of room for several other campers. There is a storage shed and outhouse on the property. Just minutes away to the popular Alma Pond (Beaver Lake) for fishing. Alma Pond is a New York State [DEC] Stocked Pond with a launch.
$29,900
6 acres Camper in Alma NY County Road 38
County Road 38, Alma, New York 14708
$29,900
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Kairos RV Resort | 1,515 Acres
Shumate Falls Road, Glen Lyn, Virginia 24147
1Acres
$4,500,000
Kairos Wilderness RV Resort, an all-season, 1,515-acre parcel in both Virginia and West Virginia that extends from the majestic Appalachian Mountains down to the scenic New River. Centrally located between Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania, Kairos is essentially “a privately owned state park” in close proximity to a population of over 45,200,000.
Kairos RV Resort | 1,515 Acres
Shumate Falls Road, Glen Lyn, Virginia 24147
1Acres
Kairos Wilderness RV Resort, an all-season, 1,515-acre parcel in both Virginia and West Virginia that extends from the majestic Appalachian Mountains down to the scenic New River. Centrally located between Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania, Kairos is essentially “a privately owned state park” in close proximity to a population of over 45,200,000.
$4,500,000
Kairos RV Resort | 1,515 Acres
Shumate Falls Road, Glen Lyn, Virginia 24147
$4,500,000
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0.6 Acre Residential Lot For Sale in Northampton County VA!
9322 Occohannock Neck Road, Wardtown, VIRGINIA 23482
0.60Acres
$19,900
0.6 Acre Lot - Perc Test Positive - Everything Ready to Go for a Smooth and Easy Transfer One of two building lots side by side on Occohannock Neck Road in Northampton County, VA. The Eastern Shore is a wonderful place to be and this lot is the best-priced lot around. A lot of work has already been done by the seller to make it a smooth and easy transfer of ownership.
0.6 Acre Residential Lot For Sale in Northampton County VA!
9322 Occohannock Neck Road, Wardtown, VIRGINIA 23482
0.60Acres
0.6 Acre Lot - Perc Test Positive - Everything Ready to Go for a Smooth and Easy Transfer One of two building lots side by side on Occohannock Neck Road in Northampton County, VA. The Eastern Shore is a wonderful place to be and this lot is the best-priced lot around. A lot of work has already been done by the seller to make it a smooth and easy transfer of ownership.
$19,900
0.6 Acre Residential Lot For Sale in Northampton County VA!
9322 Occohannock Neck Road, Wardtown, VIRGINIA 23482
$19,900
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154.50Acres
$997,500
This one-of-a-kind home was built in conjunction with Kuhns Brothers Log Cabins and is located on 154.5 acres of Tillable Farmland, CRP, Pasture, Recreational & Hunting Land in Harper County, Kansas. The property is located 1041 NW 50 Road which is 1 miles south of Attica, Kansas just off of a newly paved county highway.
Executive Lakefront Log Cabin & Trophy Hunting Land For Sale in Harper, KS
1041 NW 50 Road, Attica, Kansas 67009
154.50Acres
This one-of-a-kind home was built in conjunction with Kuhns Brothers Log Cabins and is located on 154.5 acres of Tillable Farmland, CRP, Pasture, Recreational & Hunting Land in Harper County, Kansas. The property is located 1041 NW 50 Road which is 1 miles south of Attica, Kansas just off of a newly paved county highway.
$997,500
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8 acres Hunt Whitesville NY State Rte 248
State Route 248, Independence, New York 14806
8Acres
$15,900
Recreational land with stream in Whitesville NY, Allegany County. Cryder Creek runs through the 8 acres situated on a paved road 5 miles north of the Pennsylvania line in Whitesville, NY. Great spot for camping, hiking, hunting, and fishing. An existing drive leads into the property which consists of flat ground along the stocked trout stream.
8 acres Hunt Whitesville NY State Rte 248
State Route 248, Independence, New York 14806
8Acres
Recreational land with stream in Whitesville NY, Allegany County. Cryder Creek runs through the 8 acres situated on a paved road 5 miles north of the Pennsylvania line in Whitesville, NY. Great spot for camping, hiking, hunting, and fishing. An existing drive leads into the property which consists of flat ground along the stocked trout stream.
$15,900
8 acres Hunt Whitesville NY State Rte 248
State Route 248, Independence, New York 14806
$15,900
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81 acres Barn Camp Troupsburg NY Squab Hollow
Squab Hollow Road, Troupsburg, New York 14885
81Acres
$120,000
81 acres with barn and camp in Troupsburg NY, Steuben County. This property is located on a paved road just North of the Pennsylvania Line including a barn and camp with views overlooking the stream, timberland, and pastureland. Enjoy the warmth of the wood stove in this unique camp situated in the lower level of a large barn.
81 acres Barn Camp Troupsburg NY Squab Hollow
Squab Hollow Road, Troupsburg, New York 14885
81Acres
81 acres with barn and camp in Troupsburg NY, Steuben County. This property is located on a paved road just North of the Pennsylvania Line including a barn and camp with views overlooking the stream, timberland, and pastureland. Enjoy the warmth of the wood stove in this unique camp situated in the lower level of a large barn.
$120,000
81 acres Barn Camp Troupsburg NY Squab Hollow
Squab Hollow Road, Troupsburg, New York 14885
$120,000
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No land has been worked harder than Pennsylvania land. In Colonial days the nation’s first iron forges were constructed west of Philadelphia in Berks and Lebanon counties. High-grade anthracite coal extracted from Carbon and Lackawanna counties in the first half of the 19th century powered the Industrial Revolution. In the 1850s Edwin Drake drilled America’s first oil wells out in Crawford County and the nation saw its first rush for black gold. By the 1880s every old growth tree in the great forests that once blanketed the northern part of the state had been lumbered to build houses and railroads. It was said there were more millionaires walking the streets of Williamsport than any place in the world then.

For most of the 20th century the land rested. The trees grew back and Pennsylvania’s rural lands were reclaimed by hunters and fishermen and outdoorsmen. Then technology arrived to unleash natural gas stored in the Marcellus Shale that lies in the rocks a mile beneath the Keystone State. With the coming of hydraulic fracturing in the early 2000s Pennsylvania is once again undergoing a rural land boom.

The briskest land sales in Pennsylvania occur in the northeast counties of Monroe, Pike and Wayne in the Pocono Mountains. Once the playground of vacationers and honeymooners, Pocono land is increasingly being developed as bedroom communities for New Yorkers and Philadelphians not daunted by a two-hour, high-speed commute to work.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike was the world’s first modern “superhighway” when it opened in the 1930s, allowing motorists to speed from Philadelphia in the east to Pittsburgh across the state in the west in five hours. A better way to inspect Pennsylvania lands is on Scenic Route 6 across the northern tier that meanders 440 miles into four Pennsylvania Heritage Areas and two National Heritage Areas. Lauded as one of the country’s outstanding touring roads, PA Route 6 ducks in and out of Victorian towns like Wellsboro and more than a half million acres of the Allegheny National Forest.

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