135 acres / 7 acre pond/Planted Slash pine/ wire grass/abundant wildlife. Slash Pine Pond has 128 acres in 10-11 year old planted slash pine ready to be thinned within the next 2-3 years and has the potential for a straw raking lease that would produce income for the landowner. The property has a 7 acre spring-fed pond and joins the Lake Seminole State Park (600 acres) which adds to the hunting potential of the property. The pond is a Fall/Winter stop-over for many of Lake Seminole's ducks when the hunting pressure on the lake becomes too high and is an excellent fishing pond throughout the year. The present owner uses the property to hunt duck, deer and turkey. As you can see from the game camera pictures in this presentation, the health of the white-tailed deer population is exceptional. In a few years this could be an incredibly “birdie” tract with proper management of the timber and wire grass under story for quail habitat. The property has future development potential due to its location to neighbors that have limited lot sizes and the property's abundance of paved and dirt road frontage. Slash Pine Pond is located minutes from multiple boat landings that provide access to Lake Seminole as well as directly across the street from a private boat club, which if joined, would provide even closer access to the Lake as well as facilities for private gatherings and sandy beaches for the family and guests to enjoy. Located 25 minutes from Bainbridge, Georgia, Slash Pine Pond connects to Seminole State Park.
Located at the intersection of Sunset Drive and Harvel pond road in Donalsonville.