• Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
    Hilltop Farm is 466 acres +/- of hunting land for sale in north Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. If you are someone that enjoys managing and improving a property and the wildlife, but does not want to start from scratch, this is a fantastic property to consider. The family purchased the property with the intent to create trophy hunting opportunities very close to Tuscaloosa. The acreage was put under high fence, and beginning in 2013, genetically superior deer were added to the enclosure to enhance the native deer herd. The goal of the owners was to produce a healthy, quality deer
    466± acres
  • Chilton County, Alabama
    Price Reduced: 232.5 acres +/- of land for sale near Clanton in Chilton County, Alabama. Walnut Creek is the truly special feature on this property. It is a large gentle creek and flows through the tract for almost a mile.The large timber along the creek is a great place to enjoy a leisurely stroll, or you can sit and listen to the creek The property has been institutionally managed for timber production for years. There are several food plots throughout the property for hunting. The boundary lines are painted blue over most of the perimeter. A power
    232.5± acres
  • Autauga County, Alabama
    120 acres +/- of land for sale between Billingsley and Jones in Autauga County, AL. This is a good hunting and recreational property in Autauga County. The main pond on the property offers a great place to go fishing. The smaller pond and the some of the shallows are known to hold ducks in the winter. Much of the timber was cut in the past, and has been re-planted in long leaf pines that are approximately 4 years old. There can be as many as 10 food plots on this property, making it hunt a lot bigger than a
    120± acres


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