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Description: Located north of beautiful Robber’s Cave State Park, the Mountain Fork Creek Ranch is an expanse of pine and hardwood timber covering rolling rocky hills and winding creeks. Low mountain ravines form seasonal streams that create hardwood bottoms where wildlife can be found. Multiple ponds ae scattered acro...

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Description: The subject property is 160 acres M/L in southern Le Flore County, OK. The property is north of HWY 63 bordered to the east, west and the north by the Ouachita National Forest and the Kiamichi River to the south. The terrain is surprisingly gentle for the area and lacks much extreme terrain changes if any. Th...

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The Dooley Creek tract consists of 165 (+/-) acres located just NE of Bradley in Lafayette County, Arkansas. The property is accessed by Echo Road, which is a graveled county road inside the Lafayette County Wildlife Management Area. This particular WMA shares (3) different boundary lines with the subject 165 acres. Once yo...

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Heavily wooded recreational property with great hunting and scenic views located an hour and a half from the metroplex. This property has great potential for several uses and is very convenient to allow you to travel back and forth to the city with a minimal, scenic drive.  The property has elevation for possible build...

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This great hunting tract offers access off of a county road and lies approximately 20 minutes from Parkersburg. The property provides excellent hunting opportunities and a recreational trail system that gently flows over its rolling hills.  There are multiple building sites with utilities available at the county road.&...

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Looking to finally purchase that hunting property you’ve always wanted or trying to find a secluded place to build your dream home with hunting and recreation opportunities right out the back door? This smaller, mixed habitat tract could be the perfect candidate for both! Follow the established, winding driveway and f...

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Quiet, secluded acreage at the end of a well-maintained cul-de-sac with immaculate mountain views in all directions! Just minutes from the beautiful and historic quiet town of Hartsel, the surrounding mountain ranges are home to numerous summits from 10,000-14,000 feet, fueling the adventurous hiker’s fire.  Enjo...

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Located off of Rt 50 just 15 minutes east of Parkersburg. This property provides great hunting opportunities, multiple potential house sites, and a trail system for all your recreational needs. Utilities are also available at the county road.  If you are looking for a conveniently located piece of land give the listing...

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This property is perfect for a cabin or home. The property is completely wooded with a gradual incline starting at 1600 +/- ft. and steadily progressing up to 1800 +/- ft. This property borders thousands of acres of National Forest. From the road, the entrance to the Cherokee National Forest is less than 400 +/- ft. away. T...

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The property features a 36'x64' bank barn with potential building locations for your dream home or cabin. Excellent deer sign throughout with several natural funnels and thick bedding areas to hold, grow, and harvest. Several open areas perfect for possible food plots. Multiple established trails make getting around...

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This convenient hunting property offers great access off a county road and lies approximately 10 minutes from Elizabeth. Great hunting opportunities include deer, turkey, black bear and small game. This property is also a great option for the recreational enthusiast and has many trails to provide excitement whether utilizin...

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Attention investors or local farmers in the Portage area. Looking to expand your farming operation or invest in some tillable land, well look no farther. This large section features rich soil and produces great bushels per acre. The current owners will be surveying off the parcels upon accepting the offer, ad...

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Imagine yourself here, realizing the benefits of a quiet retreat high in hills of Tioga county.  Easily accessible from the paved surface of Kishpaugh Rd, this distinguished tract is ringed with beautiful rows of mature trees and provides an exceptional view of the valley below.  The acreage is comprised of a nice...

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There is approximately 100 acres of prime tillable, tiled ground with good soil and drainage, about 50 acres have been used for pasture and have not had herbicides or pesticides applied in over 20+yrs so there is an opportunity for organic certification here. The corn on this piece was over 7 ft tall in July. There is ...

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This property is one for the serious whitetail hunter. The diversity and potential this property offers are second to none. There aren't too many times that I get chills walking on a property and this one did just that. The big mature hardwoods that cover the majority of the property, not only offer great cover for the ...

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Wonderful property bordering a river and golf course like this do not hit the market often.  This has great potential building locations with great wildlife and fishing on the property.  Amazing smaller Call today to set up a showing on this amazing big woods of PA property....

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Rare opportunity to own prime farm or recreational land in North Central PA. This exceptional large tract consists of 65± acres of tillable with 380± acres of timber. The farm was used in the past as a cattle operation and still has a serviceable 4-bedroom, 1 bath home, barn, and outbuildings. The property is ...

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This wooded parcel is perfect for someone looking to build a home or a small farm. It would also make a perfect hunting getaway as the property boasts abundant wildlife including deer and many black bears, which this area is well known for. Eastern NC has not only the highest densities of black bears in the world but also t...

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Looking for a building tract near the Gasconade River? Check this one out. Wooded tract within a few minutes of some fantastic river fishing....

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Wonderful home, 4 bed/2 bath, new floors and paint. Sits next to Hoosier National Forest. Patoka Lake is just minutes down the road. Great public hunting in the area for deer, turkey, and much more. This home is ready to move in. There is an open area to add campers for your friends to join you and park your boat for free. ...

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Hunting Land for Sale

Since the settlement of the United States and its westward flow, hunting has been an integral part of American life. Though the need for wild game as daily sustenance is negligible in the US, some continue to supplement their food stores with meat from all types of wild game and fish. However, for most, hunting is an outdoor sport or represents an opportunity to return to and interact with nature. Hunting continues to be a major part of American life.

Facts About Hunting

A five-year study completed in 2017 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported that 101.6 million people engaged in some form of interaction with wildlife, fished in lakes and streams, or took part in hunting activities. This represents 40 percent of the American population. Of the indicated 101.6 million, a little more than one-third of them took part in hunting activities in 2018. License data from all 50 states, released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, reports the purchase of 37 million licenses, permits and tags in 2018.

Economic Impact

The same license data released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported the revenue generated from those sales at just over 872 million dollars. This revenue is only a small portion of the overall economic impact of hunting. Estimates of the economic impact of hunting, through figures released by the Outdoor Industry Association in 2017, provide some indicators:

  • Americans spent more than $27 billion on purchases directly related to hunting.
  • Hunting directly generates more than $3 billion in federal, state and local taxes.
  • 483,000 Americans are employed because of hunting and fishing as compared to 180,000 employed in the oil and gas industry.
  • The state of Nebraska reported that hunting revenue generated $562 million in 2017.
Why purchase private hunting property?

The revenues generated by hunting have led a number of investors to consider the purchase of private hunting land. Several factors drive their decision, but two stand out above them. The first reason is reduced access to public lands and the high concentration of hunters found on the land which is available. The second reason is the increasing number of hunters who are willing to pay premium prices for guided hunting expeditions, which has significant income-generating potential. In contrast, many individuals have a greater interest in owning and maintaining a private reserve for their own hunting, which is also a great reason to consider private hunting land.

Private Hunting Land for Sale

Hundreds of thousands of acres of land across the U.S. are available through the hundreds of properties listed with Land Broker MLS. There is land for sale, which includes easy access to turkey, pheasant, quail, waterfowl, sheep, wild hogs, sheep, deer, elk, moose and more.

Hunting and hunting properties vary between the states and the types of hunting tend to relate to their unique geographical features and available species. Waterfowl hunting along migratory paths, with small 10 acre plots adjacent to lakes, waterways and marshes, are available in states where waterfowl are abundant. Flatland properties in the Midwest lean toward locales with a concentration of upland game and hundreds of available hunting acres. Turkey and deer are common game hunted on 50 to 100+ acre plots all across the country. There is Rocky Mountain land for sale, which includes 1,000 acres or more and adjacent public land access, in states like New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming where big game hunting is more common.

If you want your own private place to hunt or wish to take advantage of the income potential of guiding expeditions, an investment in hunting land makes sense. Regardless of the type of game you or those you guide intend to hunt, Land Broker MLS has the right land for sale to fit your needs. Are you interested in locating your hunting property through the listings on Land Broker MLS? Join our co-op by signing up today.




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