Hardin County, Tennessee Land Information
Located along the southern border of the state lies the county of Hardin. Hardin County stretches 596 square miles and is home to nearly 30,000 residents, and offers residents an array of amenities and historical sites. Pickwick Landing State Park used to be a riverboat landing area in the 1840s, and is now a site that offers catfish and bass fishing. In addition, the park features swimming areas and a sprawling golf course. Bruton Ranch is a beautiful recreation area that offers camping opportunities and outdoor recreation. Throughout Hardin County, many opportunities to fish, camp, hunt, and swim can be found. Hardin County ranks 15th in the state based on the overall acres for sale here. The value of all ranches
, hunting land
and other rural land
and acreage for sale in Tennessee's Hardin County recently was more than $76 million, representing approximately 400 acres of land for sale in Hardin County. Land And Farm data indicates there was a slight increase compared to last month based on the total amount of Hardin County land and property listings for sale. Hardin County is Tennessee's 16th largest county (596 square miles). Hardin County is in the West Tennessee region. Livestock farming is the area's main agricultural staple. From an economic perspective, manufacturing and related services are the main sectors in Hardin County. To find more land for sale in Tennessee
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