Perdue Hill 88 Perdue Hill 88 in Monroe County, Alabama has approximately 88 acres. This is an incredible year-round recreational property that offers both hunting and water activities on the nearby Alabama River, not to mention exploring for Native American artifacts and enjoying the stars at night. A public boat launch is available on the Alabama River less than five miles away and you can choose boating, canoeing, or kayaking. Area Attractions and Location: This property is conveniently located near a variety of attractions and places of interest including Perdue Hill, Alabama, and the Alabama River. Local attractions include the historic home of William Barrett Travis (Commander of the Alamo), the old Perdue Hill Masonic Lodge where the French General LaFayette visited in 1825, the Old Monroe County Courthouse and Heritage Museum, along with the annual stage adaption of To Kill a Mockingbird performed at the Old Monroe County Courthouse. The property is only a short distance from the Alabama River where you can fish for largemouth bass, crappie, blue gill, catfish, and alligator gar. Bald Eagles are also frequently seen. Layout Topography & Terrain: This property is less than five miles from a public boat launch on the Alabama River. It also has gentle sloping hills making it easy to explore or traverse the terrain. The tract has a rich variety of native fauna and has three wildlife openings to view and hunt game. Most parts of the property are easily accessible with the existing road system. Wildlife, Hunting and Fishing: Wildlife species that can be found on this ranch include white-tailed deer, wild hogs, wild turkey, dove, quail, furbearing varmints, songbirds , and raptors including an occasional Bald Eagle. Improvements: The property has various stages of timber species and growth, and gravel deposits, to use or develop commercially. The improved road system allows access to the entire tract which has an existing food plot infrastructure that includes three wildlife openings from which to view or hunt the wildlife. Water: There is a small drainage running north to south through the property and public boat launches on the Alabama River are less than five miles away. Minerals: There are no minerals included with this offering. Price: Asking $132,000 or $1,500 per acre.