Large Acreage Hunting Tract With Good Income In Western KY


PRICE REDUCED!! Here’s your opportunity to own a piece of Crittenden County history! In the late 1800’s, this farm with its 3 story hotel was a major attraction for the Sulphur spring and it’s healing properties. Follow the link above to learn more about the incredible history of this farm. This large acreage hunting tract has everything a farm needs to grow, hold and harvest giant whitetails. Its diverse habitat and topography offer excellent opportunities for all of Kentucky’s game species. It has 60+/- tillable acres on the northern end of the farm that provide a great income and an excellent food source for wildlife. When it comes to food plot and habitat enhancement opportunities, this farm takes the cake. It has 21 different open areas spread throughout the property that combine for a total of 128+/- acres available for food plots or other habitat improvements. The vast majority of the farm consists of rolling upland topography. There are numerous travel corridors, funnels and pinch points that are ideal ambush locations. The timber is an ideal mix of softwoods, mast producing hardwoods and multiple areas with a thick brushy understory. There are multiple types of thick bedding and sanctuary habitat ranging from tall native grasses and saplings to deep hollows with thick brushy ridge sides. It has an excellent trail system that runs throughout the whole property providing access to all areas of the farm. Wildlife is supplied with an ample source of water from the three ponds, a major creek and the numerous feeder streams throughout the farm. A 48’ x 30’ shop and two grain bins sit on the hilltop just beyond the gated entrance. With electric and water already established, this area is an ideal building site that boasts great views of the surrounding countryside. If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind large acreage hunting tract with a grand history, give us a call today and schedule your private tour!

Property Details

  • A major landmark in Crittenden County’s history
  • Contains the remnants of a grand hotel from the late 1800’s
  • The Sulphur Springs were a major attraction for their healing properties
  • Large acreage hunting tract with income
  • Superb mix of habitat types and topography
  • 60+/- tillable acres
  • Tremendous opportunities for food plots and habitat enhancement
  • 128+/- acres of open ground for food plots
  • 21 open fields scattered throughout the property
  • 4 ponds, a creek and numerous feeder streams provide ample water for wildlife
  • Excellent trails system
  • 48’ x 30’ shop and two grain bins
  • Multiple building sites with water and electric on site
  • 10 minutes from Marion – 45 minutes from Paducah – 2 ½ hours from Nashville, TN

Highway 1668
Marion, Kentucky 42064