This secluded 83+- acre property sits on the border of Knox county and Gibson County and is located at the end of a paved dead end road; nestled against a bend of the White River, providing several hundred feet of White River frontage. This property can be accessed from the west; turning off Hwy 41 onto W Decker Chapel Rd or from the North; turning off Hwy 41 onto S Hazelton Rd. Multiple boat ramps, for accessing the property from the river side, are located within 1/2 mile of property boundary. The WRE on this property provides tons of bedding and security cover for the native whitetail deer herd while also providing tons of natural browse. Several hardwood and mast producing trees have been planted throughout the property with some found to be already producing mast crop. Large Ag fields border the west side of the property as well, providing additional cover and food for local wildlife. This portion of the White river is a key section of the waterfowl flyway for the lower Wabash river watershed and would be a great location to set up a waterfowl camp; catching migrators traveling the river corridor. Small game and trapping opportunities should be excellent with the proximity to the river as well. Outside of hunting and trapping opportunities, this property provides excellent wildlife and bird watching, with sightings of tundra swans and sandhill cranes common during the winter months. All 83 Acres is currently enrolled in a lifetime Wetlands Reserve Easement program which allows for up to 5% of the total acreage for food plots. With a little food plot work and management, this piece could certainly turn into something special.