454 +/- acres of prime hunting/timber investment land located in northeast Greene County, Alabama along the Sipsey River. One of the last wild free flowing rivers in Alabama and considered one of Alabama's Ten Natural Wonders. With over 1 mile of frontage on Greene County Road #2, this tract is easily accessible, along with being only 15 miles from I 59/20 and 30 miles southwest of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Containing almost 3 miles of Sipsey River frontage, this tract offers itself for excellent outdoor opportunities such as hunting, fishing and camping. There is an existing campsite with a concrete boat ramp and several cabin sites along the river. With mature hardwood timber along the river, it offers great deer, turkey and small game hunting, while the Tupelo Gum, Cypress sloughs and several acres of beaver ponds are a duck hunter's dream. Being timbered with varying ages of pine plantations, mixed pine/hardwood, and bottomland hardwood, it offers timberland investment opportunities and income. The interior road system and ATV trails make all areas of the tract easily accessible.