When you think of land in Louisiana do you think of cypress trees, Spanish Moss, deer, ducks and other wildlife?? If so, this is going to be the perfect tract of land for you.? The Bayou Dorcheat Tract is one of the finest remaining bottomland forests in northwest Louisiana. These 320 acres are located in Cotton Valley just off of Highway 371 along the banks of Bayou Dorcheat and its tributaries.? The property is accessed by oil and gas roads with gated entrances.? There are several well maintained trails that traverse the property that have iron pipe bridges that were engineered to support heavy equipment.? The current owners have maintained the property but have mostly left it in its natural state.
The Bayou Dorcheat Tract is truly a sportsman's paradise.? There are stories of large deer being harvested on this property and throughout the Dorcheat bottoms. Several sloughs are accessible on this property and a 7 acre drainable man-made pond offer numerous duck hunting opportunities.? Of course, these old woods are loaded with the perfect habitat for squirrels and hogs.? The numerous trails and shooting lanes that are located throughout the property make for some incredible ATV riding.
This tract also has some upland areas that would provide possibilities for a cabin, RV parking, or tillable acreage for food plots and supplemental wildlife habitat. For more information about this tract contact Matt Chanler at (318) 553-7339 or [Email listed above]