Escambia County AL Recreational Land for Sale

Recreational Land Information
The total value of 861 acres of recreational land recently listed for sale in Escambia County, Alabama, was $3 million. The average size of recreational land for sale in Escambia County was 108 acres, which is 27 percent less than the average for recreational land for sale throughout the rest of the state. Suggested uses for recreational land currently for sale in Escambia County include for residential, hunting, fishing and agriculture use. Some common wildlife species to be found on undeveloped land for sale in Escambia County include whitetail deer, turkey, dove, ducks and quail. You can also find more recreational land and other rural acreage for sale throughout Alabama on Land And Farm. Of the 67 counties in the state, Escambia County is 12th in terms of its size. Escambia County is located in Southwest Alabama. Located in southern Alabama along the Florida Panhandle, Escambia County includes a portion of Conecuh National Forest, a distinctive southern woodland of longleaf pine, magnolia and cypress trees.


Recreational Land Information
The total value of 861 acres of recreational land recently listed for sale in Escambia County, Alabama, was $3 million. The average size of recreational land for sale in Escambia County was 108 acres, which is 27 percent less than the average for recreational land for sale throughout the rest of the state. Suggested uses for recreational land currently for sale in Escambia County include for residential, hunting, fishing and agriculture use. Some common wildlife species to be found on undeveloped land for sale in Escambia County include whitetail deer, turkey, dove, ducks and quail. You can also find more recreational land and other rural acreage for sale throughout Alabama on Land And Farm. Of the 67 counties in the state, Escambia County is 12th in terms of its size. Escambia County is located in Southwest Alabama. Located in southern Alabama along the Florida Panhandle, Escambia County includes a portion of Conecuh National Forest, a distinctive southern woodland of longleaf pine, magnolia and cypress trees.