DESCRIPTION: The Shackleville Road Tract is a great piece of hunting land in Alabama that also serves as a timber investment. There are 3 food plots and a good road system already established on the tract. The timber is 15-20 year old natural growth timber with plenty of hardwoods. There are two creeks on the tract and a small pond. There are signs of deer and turkey all over the property. This area is known for its quality and quantity of wildlife with some of the best hunting in the south. The soils are excellent for timber growth which is why so many timber companies invest in the area.
Land Map & Boundaries
LOCATION: South Alabama: Greenville is 9 miles to the east. Montgomery is 55 miles to the north. Mobile is 125 miles to the south. ACCESS: From Exit 128 (Greenville/Pineapple) head west on Alabama Highway 10 for 5.1 miles and turn left onto Shackleville Road (Butler County Road 38). The access road for the Shackleville Road Tract will be on the left in 1.8 miles. The property is behind a locked gate and you must be accompanied by a Butler Land and Timber Company Representative to see this tract.