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$174,800

Bear Creek Tract

76 acres
US Highway 21 Ozark AL 36360
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Location: Region 12, South Alabama. Located approximately 8.2 miles down from U.S. Highway 231 South and State Highway 51 intersection, 23 miles from the circle in Dothan up U.S. Highway 231 North, an...
Brad Butler, Butler Land and Timber Company
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$382,000
County Rd 13 Ozark AL 36360
182 acres
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Joe Blackburn , Tutt Land Company
Here are 182 acres of rolling timberland in SE Alabama. Lucky 13 is a great location to build a beautiful country house with plenty of acreage to hunt, manage timber, and develop into a very special ...
$252,000
County Rd 13 Ozark AL 36360
120 acres
CR 13 TractMore Detail +
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Joe Blackburn , Tutt Land Company
County Road 13 tract is an outstanding recreational and timber investment tract in Dale County less than 10 minutes from Ozark, AL. It is an ideal property to build a homestead or a nice hunting camp...

Dale County, AL Land Info

A recent study estimated there were over 13 million hunters in America, who dropped over $38 billion on licenses, equipment, travel and more. Along with the country’s expansive public hunting lands and waterways, private hunting land for sale offers potential as significant income-producing land through annual hunting leases and associated recreational activities. Alternatively, buying and working your own hunting land represents a very American ideal that dates back to the days of Daniel Boone, Davy Crockett and Teddy Roosevelt.

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