Farm 1 Mile From Cumberland River Offers Superb Hunting And Building Site


This is a superb hunting tract located in an area known for big bucks and a great population of wild turkeys. The farm is approximately 1 mile from the Cumberland River and boasts a great mix of habitat and topography. There are multiple fields totaling approximately 10+/- acres of open ground that is currently in native grasses. The majority of the open ground is centrally located on the farm and the remaining open ground is on the ridge top. These are ideal locations for food plots and standing grain. The farm has minimal road frontage located on the eastern end with a gravel drive leading to a nice gated entrance. This south-eastern entry point is ideal for accessing the property during November’s predominant north and northwest wind directions. The timbered ridges are a good mix of hardwood and softwood species with plenty of mature timber for mast production. The topography of the ridges is very hunter friendly and provides numerous travel corridors. With the layout having the majority of open ground in the middle of the farm and the timbered ridges on the east and west sides, this creates several funnels and pinch points to ambush deer as they travel back and forth between the timbered ridges. There are several thick bedding/sanctuary areas throughout the farm. Most of these are located within the timbered ridges and have major travel corridors connecting them. A nice trail system runs throughout the property providing easy access to favored stand locations. As an added bonus, the farm has an ideal location for a building site on the southeast corner with electric available at the road. If you’re looking for an excellent hunting tract in an area known for big bucks and an abundance of Wild Turkey, give us a call today and schedule your private tour!

Property Details

  • Great mix of habitat
  • Diverse topography from ridges to flat lowland areas
  • Approximately 10+/- acres of open fields
  • Good trail system
  • Gated entrance
  • Minimal road frontage
  • Approximately 1 mile from the Cumberland River
  • Plenty of thick bedding/sanctuary habitat
  • A good stand of hardwood and softwood timber
  • Numerous funnels and pinch points
  • The timbered ridges offer several travel corridors through the topography
  • Open areas offer ideal locations for food plots or standing grain
  • Taxes - $349.45 as of 2016
  • 45 minutes from Paducah – 2 hours from Nashville, TN – 3 ½ hours from St. Louis, MO

Paradise Road
Tiline, Kentucky 42083