This excellent hunting property offers various amenities and will cater to many recreational needs. The large tract is located just a few miles north of Craigsville, less than 25 miles from Summersville Lake, and minutes from the Gauley River. Summersville Lake is the largest body of water in the state and offers great fishing for bass, catfish, and many other species. If you prefer to hit the streams, the nearby Cranberry, Williams, and Cherry Rivers are home to some of the most beautiful scenery and some of the most abundant trout streams this area offers. The Monongahela National Forest, located just a few miles away, is home to 921,150 acres of public land and a great place to enjoy outdoor and recreational activities. The property is located just off County Route 20 and provides private, gated access. The old home site offers electricity and an area to build anything from your dream home to a hunting camp. Accompanied by approximately 100+/- acres of open pasture land, this tract provides a large-scale farming opportunity or plenty of room for an ideal hunting operation. The large ponds are a great asset to this property and are a great water source for wildlife and livestock. A variety of timber on this property includes Oak, Walnut, Hickory, Poplar, and various other species of both hardwood and softwood trees. All seller mineral rights will convey to the buyer. This property was previously used as a strip mine but has been fully reclaimed. A variety of recreational activities including riding, biking, or hiking can be done as the diverse trail system offers access to many locations of this tract. If you are looking for a very private yet convenient large property near some of the best fishing and hunting in the state, give the listing agent a call.
Private gated access
Electricity on site
Multiple large ponds
Summersville Lake is located approximately 25 miles away