Fabulous hunting and recreational property with access from both the north and south sides. If you are looking for a recreational property that has both beautiful, meandering creek valleys as well as ridge top access, then you have found your needle in the haystack. This property features beautiful creek valley openings and trails that wind between ridges and sandstone creeks while at the same time the scenic ridges above contain fabulous camping sites with a pond and rustic cabin. The open park-like setting on the ridge top would make an excellent family campsite with its rustic cabin, fire pit and an open shed. The open ridge top would also be an excellent location for food plots or a weekend garden. The lower creek valleys with the open field areas are great places for family activities or the expansion of more food plots and the perfect setup to bust that spring gobbler you have been after. The young timber throughout the property is a mix of hickory, white oak, black oak, and chestnut oak for no shortage of fall acorns. The north facing slopes consist of poplar, hard maple, beech and cherry making for great fall gray squirrel hunting and are great locations for spring morel hunting. The moist creek valleys and north-facing slopes are also fabulous sites for finding and growing wild herbs such as ginseng, yellow root and bloodroot. Both the north and south ends of the property are adjacent to heavy agricultural crop production giving hungry whitetail great nutrition during the summer months, while the middle of the property is bordered on both sides by timber providing plenty of cover when needed. If horse trail riding is your passion then this property is perfect with it being less than two miles from the Norman Horse Camp for trail riding on the Hoosier National Forest. This property has a variety of options for a variety of outdoor passions. Call today to schedule a walk through this fabulous recreational property.
- Approximately 90 minutes south of Indianapolis - Approximately 90 minutes north of Louisville - Approximately 45 minutes southeast of Bloomington - Small rustic cabin - Small rustic hunting shack - Beautiful creeks full of Brown County stones and geodes - Easements from both the north and south roads - Small wildlife pond - Good open areas for food plots or gardens - Trails through the property - Good hunting history for whitetails - Excellent property for hunting, hiking, camping and riding ATVs - Close to Norman Conservation Club camping area - Less than 2 miles from Norman Horse Camp