This hunting and recreational tract is located just north of Birmingham in Gardendale. It is located on River Rd, a quiet paved dead-end road just minutes from Interstate 65. The property is accessed via multiple locked gates, and power and water are nearby. Miles of trails intersect the property, making it accessible for hunting, maintenance, improvements, and trail riding. Parts of the property were select cut around 10 years ago, providing browse and creating bedding cover for deer. These areas could be left as is to naturally regenerate, or they could be enrolled in a financial incentives program with NRCS to be re-planted in pines. There are some pockets of mature timber left, where there are mast-producing red and white oaks that provide food for deer, turkey, and other wildlife in the fall. There are already 5 food plots on the property that show signs of heavy browsing. Natural hard and softwood regeneration, along with brambles and vines surround the plots, making them perfect ambush points. There are also cleared areas that could be used for more food plots, or other wildlife management projects. In the northwest corner of the property there is around 900’ of frontage on the Mulberry Fork of the Black Warrior River for fishing, swimming, and kayaking. In the northeast corner, there is access to over half a mile of Crooked Creek. This valley has the best timber on the property, highlighted by many large white oaks and rock outcroppings along the gently flowing creek. This property also has income-earning opportunities due to the abundance of coal in the area. The seller has surveys and paperwork that show the amount and locations of coal on the property. Adjoining tracts are also available for sale. Whether you like hunting, fishing, trail riding, or are looking for acreage to build a home on, this property has it all. Please contact me if you are interested, I would be happy to schedule a private tour!
5 food plots
Multiple gated entry points
Miles of ATV/UTV trails
Income earning potential from coal
Over 900’ on the Mulberry Fork of the Black Warrior River