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Numerous Recreational lots for sale in Potomac park that can be used for camping. Could be used as permanent residence if you purchase enough lots for installing a well and septic. There is no public water or sewer available. Buyers are responsible for doing their own due diligence regarding finding out information from the...

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Featuring long meadows, winding creek bottom, and mature pine, the discounted price of this tract presents an opportunity to acquire high-quality hunting land for an affordable price. It has everything from dense hardwood thickets for archery hunters to open meadows and creek bottom where rifle hunters could shoot a couple ...

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Hunters Paradise! Cabin, barn; pond; tree stands. Acres of land planted with deer feed. Plenty of building sites. Public water, septic, electric to a cabin. Some finished work needed. Property has been surveyed....

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This is an opportunity to purchase a large hunting tract with prime whitetail habitat at a very affordable price. Located minutes from the town of Reader, it has excellent access and hunting potential. With over 3500’ of pristine stream frontage (both sides), a beautiful scenic valley, multiple hollows with springs, p...

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Wonderful cabin home situated on just over 11 acres. Secluded and private in the Pine Acres subdivision. Featuring 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms. Cathedral ceilings, hardwood flooring, open floor plan, living room with stone fireplace, kitchen with table space and pantry, main level master bedroom with en suite. Large finished...

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Just minutes off of Route 50 near Fellowsville, this property has excellent, secure access with a gated entrance. Four separate fields totaling approximately 16 acres make this property very appealing. Each of the fields could serve as a building site for a house or cabin based on your preference for a scenic view of the hi...

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Large hunting tract near Little Kanawha River with terrain features great for hunting and recreational activities....

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Wonderful 7.75 acre buildable lot in Martinsburg, WV. Near residential communities. Wooded area at the back of lot. Public water and sewer hook-up available. Come take a look today!...

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Private setting of approximately 65.129 acres. Property is within minutes of Cross Lanes or Poca. Gas, electric and city water are available. Build your dream home here or use this property for hunting. Property is being sold as is and there is no survey on file....

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This tract is located just outside the town of Saint Marys in a game-rich area. It has excellent access off of the County Road and is perfect for local hunters. Whitetail and turkey populations in this area are strong and there is trophy potential. It has a pipeline ROW that runs through it which offers a natural food sourc...

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This beautiful hunting tract is located near Mud River Reservoir in Branchland. With a substantial timber stand, gated access and great hunting, this property is one of a kind. Hunting for deer, turkeys, bear, and small game is an option as well as recreational activities to include riding, biking and hiking. This property ...

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Beautiful land near the New River Gorge and Fayetteville. Multiple house sites on property. Access road partially in to property. Beautiful creek flows through property....

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This beautiful cabin is located on a county road and is built for privacy and seclusion with great views. This log cabin includes a refrigerator, electric stove, dishwasher, and a stone covered wood burning buck stove. The front and rear decks on this property offer great views during the fall of the mountains and a very pe...

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This great hunting property is located near Elizabeth offering county road access and great hunting for deer, bear, turkeys and small game. This property is accompanied by a trail system that can be used for riding, hiking or biking and offers access to various areas of the property....

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TWELVE plus ACRES in Morgantown! Build your dream home here! Seasonal views of the Mon River & surrounding rolling hills. Homes on either side so services & utilities are easily accessed. Natural wooded land with no driveway access yet. No HOA. Need more? Adjoining site with a move-in ready house & 5 acres available separat...

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CABIN IN THE WOODS SURROUNDED BY OLD TIMBER – Are you looking for a remote getaway? This property features a secluded hunting cabin surrounded by timber and wildlife. Previously used as a hunting camp, quality deer and turkeys have been harvested frequently off this tract. The logging road infrastructure enables acces...

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This private hunting tract is located approximately 15 minutes from the town of Leon and RT. 62. With a variety of timber, it has the potential to be a great management and recreational area. Options hunting for deer, turkeys, black bear, and small game makes this a prime location for a farm or hunting property. Utilities a...

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Beautiful 2.48 Acre building lot has been excavated & is ready for your new dream home. Pull right off the black top road onto the prepared gravel drive. Property includes a new fully finished 30 x 48 Amish built steel on steel garage w/R21 side walls & R40 Attic, 11' ceilings, three 10 x 9 garage doors w/openers, 5/8" fini...

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Beautiful mountain top property with maintained hard-capped road. Secluded at end of cul-de-sac, Class I Conventional Perk, neighborhood surveillance, may keep a horse on property. Cut down a few trees and have a tremendous view of the Blue Ridge mountains. Close proximity to many government agencies, metro to DC, easy acce...

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This hunting tract is in a game-rich area with historically strong deer numbers and quality. It has diverse habitat including hardwoods, softwoods, wetland, and former clear cut. The deer and turkey sign on the property is strong and the new growth offers sanctuary for the wildlife. If you are interested in this great hunti...

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The Beauty of West Virginia's Land

John Denver referred to it as "Almost Heaven." No doubt, many West Virginians agree. He sang about the state's, "Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River." While it is rather a small state, 41st in size and measuring 24,230 square miles, it is a beautiful one rich with forests next to beautiful hunting land for sale in WV.

Topography and Geography

West Virginia is mountainous and hilly attracting mining and logging opportunities in its past and some still today. The state is a large salt producer and of course, is well known for its history with the coal industry, which remains the largest mining product here. Logging continues to be active in the state, though now with stricter regulations and licensing.

Its Blue Ridge Mountains are a part of the Appalachian Range. The Shenandoah River is a tributary of the Potomac and runs from the Shenandoah and Page valleys into the Potomac near Harpers Ferry. LandBroker Co-op has a variety of land for sale in West Virginia in this area.

Natural and Manmade Landmarks and Tourism

When here you don't have to look far to find West Virginia's beauty. Blackwater Falls serve as the centerpiece of a State Park of the same name. This waterfall cascades 62-feet from the Canaan Valley before the river winding its way through Blackwater Canyon.

The New River Gorge National River, maintained by the National Park Service, is in the southern part of the state. Drivers traveling along U.S. Route 19 will cross over the 3,030' long steel-arch bridge, 876' above the river. It was once the world's longest single-span-arched bridge, and remains near the top of the list, now as the fourth longest. It is also currently the third highest bridge in the country and is registered with the National Register of Historic Places.

Land for Sale in West Virginia

While obviously some of these National and State treasures are owned and managed by the U.S. and the State of West Virginia, there is quite a bit of neighboring forests and timberland in private hands including river land with great fishing, as well as mountain retreats, land with acreage, and hunting lands for sale to enjoy in West Virginia to enjoy.

The mountains also attract a lot of winter sports and property available includes hills for sledding and ponds for ice skating, while being close to winter ski resorts. You may find a resort for sale too, or you can develop your own, if you're so inclined. Some land for sale in West Virginia may be perfect to develop and open a B&B or cabin retreat. Or perhaps, you'll find one these for sale that's already operating.

West Virginia's agricultural commodities largely come from the livestock industry. Mainly young chickens, eggs, turkeys, beef, and sheep and lambs are raised on family farms. Hay is grown for livestock feed, some by those also raising the animals; some by outside, independent farmers. Apples, peaches, soybeans, and tobacco are also grown in the state. Some of this farmland is also listed for sale on a regular basis.

State Capital and Other Cities

Charleston, with a population just under 50,000, is the capital of West Virginia. It has the highest population of cities within the state. Charleston has a deep root in U.S. history dating back to Fort Lee being built there in 1787.

Huntington follows as a close second in population with around 49,000 residents, and the third highest number of residents is in the City is Morgantown, a college town and home to West Virginia University with a permanent population of 39,000.

Civil War, Historical Facts, and Trivia
  • West Virginia is one of two states to receive statehood during the Civil War, accompanied by Nevada. It is the only state to have achieved its sovereignty by a U.S. president. It was awarded statehood by Abraham Lincoln in 1863.
  • West Virginia is the northernmost southern state and the southernmost northern state in the Union.
  • Mother's Day was first celebrated in 1908 in Grafton, West Virginia.
  • It was the first state to implement a sales tax in 1921.
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