This tract consists of 7,931 contiguous acres of heavily managed river bottom hardwood, with 10 + miles of water frontage along the Tombigbee River and Alabama Cutoff. The property has a 6,200 sq. ft. cypress lodge with large wraparound porches that sleeps 27 people. The lodge boasts 6 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths, a large bunk room downstairs, and a bunk room upstairs adjoining the kitchen. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, including a commercial grade gas range, and a chest freezer. There is a second camp that sleeps 8 - 10 people that sits on the South end of the property which has power and water, central heat, a wood burning stove, a full bathroom, kitchen, and a large side deck. The timber on the property consists of river bottom hardwood species and has been heavily managed for long term Grade Sawtimber production, overseen by a consultant forester. The majority of the timber on the property is merchantable with an overall timber value that is extremely strong. There is a strong income potential that also may be realized through the use of pay hunts, hunting leases, conservation easements, mitigation credits, and carbon credit sales. Another great feature of the property is that it has 21 + miles of improved roads along with many more miles of internal roads and trails. Hunting on the property is unparalleled with year round hunting possible there are established food plots and wood stand present throughout the property. The wildlife in the area consists of trophy deer, turkey, duck, and hogs. The duck hunting on the property's 16 + small ponds and sloughs will rival Arkansas most years! Fishing on any of the property's large lakes is remarkable with large bass, bream, catfish, crappie caught regularly. For more information please contact Clint Flowers at .