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Ultimate Hunting Property Minutes from Oconomowoc
000 Meadow Lane, Sullivan, Wisconsin 53178
60.21Acres
$199,900
CASH BUYER ONLY EXTREMELY MOTIVATED SELLER. ALL OFFERS WILL BE ENTERTAINED! Are you searching for a wonderous 60+/- acres of premium hunting land located minutes from Oconomowoc? This remarkable recreational retreat offers a multitude of opportunity for those that are looking to harness unlimited memories of trophy whitetail action and relish the sounds of mallard flying overhead.
Ultimate Hunting Property Minutes from Oconomowoc
000 Meadow Lane, Sullivan, Wisconsin 53178
60.21Acres
CASH BUYER ONLY EXTREMELY MOTIVATED SELLER. ALL OFFERS WILL BE ENTERTAINED! Are you searching for a wonderous 60+/- acres of premium hunting land located minutes from Oconomowoc? This remarkable recreational retreat offers a multitude of opportunity for those that are looking to harness unlimited memories of trophy whitetail action and relish the sounds of mallard flying overhead.
$199,900
Ultimate Hunting Property Minutes from Oconomowoc
000 Meadow Lane, Sullivan, Wisconsin 53178
$199,900
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Stephens 158 Farm
496 County Road 370, Trent, Texas 79561
158.50Acres
$237,750
Location: S of Trent on FM 1085, W on CR 368, left on CR 611 and the property is on the W side of 611 and CR 370 is frontage of the S side of the property. (32.4551,-100.1413) Acres: 158.5 acres +/- being 142.5 acres of cultivation and 16 acres of Mesquite Native Pastureland. Topography: Flat to sloping, clay loam soils.
Stephens 158 Farm
496 County Road 370, Trent, Texas 79561
158.50Acres
Location: S of Trent on FM 1085, W on CR 368, left on CR 611 and the property is on the W side of 611 and CR 370 is frontage of the S side of the property. (32.4551,-100.1413) Acres: 158.5 acres +/- being 142.5 acres of cultivation and 16 acres of Mesquite Native Pastureland. Topography: Flat to sloping, clay loam soils.
$237,750
Stephens 158 Farm
496 County Road 370, Trent, Texas 79561
$237,750
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15Acres
$57,750
The property consists of a great stand of mature hardwood and pine timber. Utilities are available and the rolling topography offers multiple sites to build anything from a weekend getaway cabin to a dream home in the country. The property also features paved frontage on HWY 19 and CR 270. There are signs of abundant wildlife, with deer and turkey hunting opportunities abound.
15 (B) Acres in Neshoba County in Philadelphia, MS
Philadelphia, Mississippi 39350
15Acres
The property consists of a great stand of mature hardwood and pine timber. Utilities are available and the rolling topography offers multiple sites to build anything from a weekend getaway cabin to a dream home in the country. The property also features paved frontage on HWY 19 and CR 270. There are signs of abundant wildlife, with deer and turkey hunting opportunities abound.
$57,750
15 (B) Acres in Neshoba County in Philadelphia, MS
Philadelphia, Mississippi 39350
$57,750
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Tellico Plains Acreage
Shadden Rd, Tellico Plains, Tennessee
163Acres
$322,080
163+ acres of diverse E. TN mountain land in Monroe County with breathtaking mountain views! The diverse terrain of this property makes the possibilities endless. There are wide ridge tops, large level areas, and everything in between. The timber was cut 3-4 years ago, and regeneration is progressing.
Tellico Plains Acreage
Shadden Rd, Tellico Plains, Tennessee
163Acres
163+ acres of diverse E. TN mountain land in Monroe County with breathtaking mountain views! The diverse terrain of this property makes the possibilities endless. There are wide ridge tops, large level areas, and everything in between. The timber was cut 3-4 years ago, and regeneration is progressing.
$322,080
Tellico Plains Acreage
Shadden Rd, Tellico Plains, Tennessee
$322,080
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143 ac - Hunting Land near Harrisonburg
Harrisonburg, Louisiana 71340
143Acres
$286,000
143 +/- acres of wooded hunting land in Catahoula Parish, LA This recreational tract will offer deer, hog, and small game hunting with a large creek and access to a horseshoe lake off the Ouachita River. Utilities: Electricity available Location: West side of Hwy 124 north of Harrisonburg. The SE corner of the property is at the intersection of Hwy 124 and JugBend Road.
143 ac - Hunting Land near Harrisonburg
Harrisonburg, Louisiana 71340
143Acres
143 +/- acres of wooded hunting land in Catahoula Parish, LA This recreational tract will offer deer, hog, and small game hunting with a large creek and access to a horseshoe lake off the Ouachita River. Utilities: Electricity available Location: West side of Hwy 124 north of Harrisonburg. The SE corner of the property is at the intersection of Hwy 124 and JugBend Road.
$286,000
143 ac - Hunting Land near Harrisonburg
Harrisonburg, Louisiana 71340
$286,000
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Powder River Valley Homestead
1956 Sussex Road, Kaycee, Wyoming 82639
68Acres
$872,500
The Powder River Valley Homestead is a well-appointed country home benefitted by irrigated hay land, livestock pasture, a shop and an outdoor roping arena. With river frontage on the Middle Fork of the Powder River, the scenic views from the property extend as far as the Big Horn Mountains to the northwest.
Powder River Valley Homestead
1956 Sussex Road, Kaycee, Wyoming 82639
68Acres
The Powder River Valley Homestead is a well-appointed country home benefitted by irrigated hay land, livestock pasture, a shop and an outdoor roping arena. With river frontage on the Middle Fork of the Powder River, the scenic views from the property extend as far as the Big Horn Mountains to the northwest.
$872,500
Powder River Valley Homestead
1956 Sussex Road, Kaycee, Wyoming 82639
$872,500
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How to Find the Ideal Hunting Property

by Brandon Swartzlander

When it comes to hunting, Illinois has a lot to offer, but hunters know that Illinois is particularly popular for whitetail deer, waterfowl, and wild turkey. Whether you’re an expert or a novice, there’s nothing quite like hunting on your own land. If you’re looking for hunting properties in the Prairie State here are some important characteristics to keep an eye out for read more…

Recreational land across the United States varies in amenities and can provide various recreational activities from fishing, camping, and hunting to off-roading, hiking, mountain biking, and much more. From the Midwestern lakes and waterways to the green mountains and valleys nationwide, recreational land provides a means for one to pursue their love of the great outdoors. With each parcel of land possessing its own unique set of characteristics and land amenities, recreational land investors may consider using their land for income-producing opportunities, such as tourism development or setting up the site as an attraction.

According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s most recent survey of fishing, hunting, and wildlife-related recreation, it is estimated that Americans spend 282 million days and $34 billion on hunting every year. Most of the hunting takes place on public hunting land in BLM-managed areas, national forests, and national forests and state parks and preserves. Private hunting land is popular for personal use and income-producing opportunities offered through commercial activities such as hunting leases. Aside from rifle hunting, bow and crossbow hunting are popular choices of weapons to hunt with. Hunting season dates and bag limits differ from state to state, so it is always important to check with state wildlife and fishery agencies for further details. As far as popular big-game species to hunt to go, whitetail deer, elk, bear, and mountain lion rank at the top while game bird species include duck, grouse, pheasant, and wild turkey. In Texas, there are various hunting ranches that allow hunters to hunt wild species such as blackbuck antelope, aoudad, and oryx.

If you have a vision of owning the hunting property of your dreams, you have come to the right place. LandHub.com is proud to offer the finest hunting land on the market. Let us help each step of the way as you search for the property you have always envisioned! Browse through our diverse listings to find the hunting land that is right for you.

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Hunting is a tradition of seeking, tracking and seizing or killing wild animals. Hunting undomesticated animals are primarily done by human beings for sustenance, amusement, to eliminate pests that ruin plants or destroy livestock, to get rid of dangerous predators that could potentially harm humans or local animals, or for income from trade or business.

Hunting land for the public is land that is labeled as forest, park or administration area that is accessible for hunting animals and the public has access to these areas to carry out hunting activities.

What must one keep in mind while buying hunting land?

Hunting land must be away from cities, towns and populated areas. An area that has a diverse variety of wildlife and the right kind of habitat for large numbers of animals should be looked for. The climatic conditions must be kept in mind. A good climatic condition will allow more animals to breed and survive. Food and water availability to animals must be taken care of. Animals must be healthy before they can be used for human use. Lastly, the game signs must be examined to be sure that the land has enough opportunities to carry out the hunting pursuits.

Which animals can be hunted?

Animals that are hunted as a hobby or for recreational purposes include elk, moose, caribou, deer, rabbits, pigs, buffalo, foxes, deer, and bears. Waterfowl species and poultry like ducks, geese, turkeys, doves, grouse,  and quail can also be hunted in some places. The specification in these species that are allowed to be hunted differs from state to state. The regulation requirements and licensing details also vary between territories and states.

What are the different styles of hunting?

Stand hunting is the most prevalent type of hunting. Here, an open or covered platform is used by predators as deer stands or tree stands. The other kinds of hunting include recreational hunting, camouflage hunting, bird hunting, wild boar hunting, small game hunting, big game hunting, dog handlers, bait hunting, and safari hunting.

Is it worth buying hunting land?

Hunting land that has a diverse range of flora and fauna will likely appreciate it with time. Earnings from hunting and selling of animals can add to the income of landowners. Add to this the thrill and sport of hunting means its usually worth buying hunting land.

Are 50 acres enough to hunt on?

If the 50 acres of land has varied wildlife that complements each other and survive well together, the chances of finding animals on that land to hunt would be good. 50 acres of land is good for taking a group of 5 to 15 people for the hunt. However, the larger the land area, the better it would be for hunting activities.

Why is hunting a vital sport?

When else will one see the morning mist on plants and rise to the chirping of birds and end the day in the dusk amidst the green bushes? Hunting allows one to witness these scenic views and recognize and appreciate the magnificence that the world has to offer. It strengthens the relationship that humans share with nature and provides many other benefits, like keeping the wildlife population in check. In the era of having processed food, hunting provides people with food that is fresh and rich in nutrition. Further, hunting may also give hunters some side-income by selling meat and pelts.

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