The Bayou Meto Recreational Tract consists of 371.86 +/- total acres offering a good recreational investment opportunity that is less than 20 miles from Little Rock. The tract features 1.10 +/- miles of frontage along the famous Bayou Meto, which forms the northern boundary of the property. Southeastern Avenue provides great all-weather access to the property and is the eastern boundary. Waterfowl hunting opportunities exist on the eastern and central portions of the property. The western portion of the land consists of planted hardwoods that have flourished, producing acorns, and offer great habitat for whitetail deer. All the acreage was enrolled in the Wetland Reserve Program (WRP) in 1998. Both the waterfowl and deer hunting could be improved on the property if a trachoe was engaged to help improve the drainage on the eastern side of the property, and areas planted for food plots.
Any questions concerning this offering, or to schedule a property tour should be directed to Gardner Lile (mobile: 501-658-9275) or John Witherspoon (mobile: 501-940-5222).