Recreational Land Close to Niangua River Access

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Price: Pending
Acreage: 122
County: Laclede
State: Missouri

Property Description

This 122 +/- acre tract is the perfect place to build while still having plenty of room for hunting, hiking, and exploring. Being situated 25 minutes away from both Lebanon and Camdenton gives you plenty of options for work, restaurants, or even everyday retail shopping. This tract offers great hunting with plenty of deer sign, a prime build site, and paved road frontage. Just off the paved road appears to be an old homestead area that would be easy to reclaim for a build site or a simple hunting cabin. Up front you will have over 300 yards of Highway E paved road frontage and off to the east there is over 500 yards of gravel road frontage on May Drive. Having two separate points of access to the property will allow you to hunt the wind and approach a tree stand from multiple directions. There is a main ridgetop trail that runs the full length of the property from north to south. This ridge is riddled with deer rubs, as well as old scraps from past ruts. This main ridge also makes it ideal to dump off either side, gaining optimal stand locations. If the 122 acres isn’t enough, just a few miles down the road you have access to over 7,800 acres of conservation hunting, hiking, and river access. Use the Niangua River access for fishing, canoeing, or taking the Jon boat out chasing gobblers in the spring or whitetail in the fall. If this is a property you are looking for, call land agent, Waylon Martin at (417) 410-5964 to schedule your showing.

Property Features

  • 122 +/- acres
  • Build site
  • Paved Highway E frontage
  • Diverse terrain
  • Gorgeous waterfall
  • Ridgetop trail
  • Spring-fed creek
  • Great deer sign
  • 2 miles to the Berry Bluff Conservation
  • 2 miles to the Niangua River public use area
  • 25 minutes to Lebanon or Camdenton

Property Address

TBD Highway E, Eldridge, MO