One of the Most Diverse Hunting Opportunities in the Midwest

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Price: $299,700
Acreage: 151
County: Warren
State: Iowa

Price Per Acre

$1,984.77 per acre

Property Description

Every major game species is represented on this privately owned wetland reserve.  A 150 acre partnership with the NRCS Wetlands Reserve Program has resulted in unbelievable hunting opportunities.  Deer sign is everywhere especially in the timber located next to the 130 acres owned by the Warren County Conservation Board where hunting is prohibited.  The property sits near the Warren/Marion County line - 2 counties famous for producing record book bucks including the "Franz" buck and the Iowa Deer Classic award winning "Titan".  Turkey tracks and feathers are all over the bottom ground & native grass fields.  Fields of prairie grass hold pheasants and bring the possibility of quail.  The real treasure of this tract is the countless varieties of waterfowl that reside in the wetlands portions of the bottom ground.  Everywhere you turn there are huge numbers of ducks and geese taking off or landing.  Coal Creek runs through the middle of the property feeding the wetland and provides the opportunity for catfishing.  There literally isn't a common Iowa game species you can't hunt on this one.  A 1 acre camping site was withheld from the reserve to enable the new owner to park a camper at the road.  Drive time from Des Moines and suburbs is under 30 minutes down Hwy 5.

Property Features

  • Land owner partnership with the NRCS Wetlands Reserve Program
  • Deer, turkey, ducks, geese, pheasants, dove all present
  • 1 acre camping site withheld from the reserve
  • 20 minutes from the Des Moines Airport
  • 42 acres of neighboring federal ground allow access to the timber ridge and additional hunting
  • Warren County Conservation has 130+ acres adjacent to this property where hunting isn't allowed
  • Ag fields border the property to the West and South
  • Reserve easement is in perpetuity
  • 7.5 acres of food plots are allowed and mapped out within the plan

Property Address

240th & Fillmore, Pleasantville, IA