Remote Mountain Tract With Hunting Opportunities


This is a very remote timber tract located about 20 minutes outside of Saint Marys. It was timbered over 20 years ago and has some large oaks, particularly black oak. Other varieties of tree species on the property include white oak, locust, ash, sycamore, and some smaller black walnuts. It has a couple of shallow oil and gas wells with dirt road infrastructure. There is a former log landing pad used to house two older campers that are no longer usable, but the location could be utilized for a camper or cabin. The access to this property is very rugged. The existence of a permanent easement is assumed, but unverified. It borders County Route 20, but the primary access is by dirt road that cuts through the neighboring property, crosses a stream, and goes up into the property. As the road currently stands, it is UTV and foot access only. This property could be utilized as a hunting property, a timber investment, or a remote cabin location. The topography is steep, but there are a series of benches and flats that promote funneling of game and good archery/rifle whitetail hunting. There are also abundant populations of bears and turkeys in the area. If you are interested in this great hunting property, give the listing agent a call. The owner does not know if they own the mineral rights, but any subsurface rights that they do own will convey. 

Property Details

  • Mineral rights ownership is unverified, but any subsurface rights that they do own will convey
  • Taxes are currently approx. $606
  • Water sources include springs and streams; a water well would need to be drilled
  • Coordinates: 39.3481, -81.2064

County Route 20, Lot 3WP001
Saint Marys, West Virginia 26170