Arkansas Hunting Land
Arkansas has just about anything an outdoorsman could want: ample opportunities to hunt deer, turkey, small game and waterfowl; access to miles of hiking trails in the Ozark and Ouachita mountains, and fruitful rivers full of every fish from trout to largemouth bass. Below, we’ve listed a handful of Arkansas hunting land listings that are perfect for any hunter or avid outdoorsman.
Buffalo National River Frontage - North Central Arkansas
This affordable property is bordered on two sides by the Buffalo National River, a federally protected water source that slices through mountains with stunning views and boasts a healthy population of elk. The 40-acre tract is loaded with hardwoods and cedar glades that give it a pristine, untouched appearance. The area is known for big bucks, evidenced by plenty of deer sign covering the hillsides. If you’re looking for seclusion, you’ll love the location of this property at the dead end of a lightly traveled county road. It’s the perfect location for the cabin of your dreams.
Ozark Mountain Property - Northwest Arkansas
Own a little slice of heaven in the Ozark Mountains with this 40-acre property. Only a half hour from Fayetteville, this listing is perfect for a cabin on the top of a mountain with views you’ll never tire of. There’s a spring fed creek on one of the hollows, surrounded by several bluffs and even a canyon where you’ll find easy ATV access on an established trail system. Deer and turkey hunting is excellent and hiking and fishing opportunities are abundant.
A Hunter’s Paradise - Northwest Arkansas
Whether you hunt bears, whitetails, turkey, dove or small game, this property has it all. Nestled among the Boston Mountains in the northern reaches of the Ozarks, this 80-acre property has a well-maintained trail system so you can access every corner. Not to mention the easy access from I-49 between Fort Smith and Fayetteville. It features already established food plots, having benefitted from prescribed burns that have helped the wildlife flourish. All that’s left is building the perfect cabin.
Hunting Property with Timber - Southwest Arkansas
Have more than 220 acres at your fingertips to hunt the already existing tree stands, food plots and pine timber stands on the Scheel Farm in southwest Arkansas. This property has been under wildlife and timber management for the past 10 years. The current owners have received bids to remove roughly 100 acres of timber, providing an excellent income for a future owner. For the angler, Millwood Lake is only a few minute’s drive away, where it’s been said to have some of the best crappie, catfish, largemouth and bluegill fishing around. The lake’s sloughs and surrounding timber offer excellent opportunities to hunt waterfowl. There is a house on site with multiple out-buildings. All that’s left to do is move in.
Farmland as an Investment - West Central Arkansas
This property has incredible potential due to productive, tillable ground only minutes from Fort Smith. The fertile ground on this 80-acre tract is owed to the nearby Arkansas River. Past owners have planted corn, milo and soybeans to name a few, which have excelled due to Roxana and Gallion silt loam soil types. There is also the potential to enroll sections of the property in the Conservation Reserve Program or the Wetlands Reserve Program, which are both federally funded land conservation programs that improve habitat for wildlife while also providing additional income. Nearby Hollis Lake has countless opportunities for waterfowl hunters.