Richland Creek Getaway
This is a great small hunting tract with plenty of creek frontage (over 3,100ft.) on Richland Creek. There is mostly mature hardwood with some large cypress and ancient Magnolias scattered through the acreage. There are around 2.6 acres out of the flood zone along county-maintained Pike County 4412. There is electricity at the road frontage and county water is about 300 feet from the NW corner of the road frontage. It would be simple to set up a mobile home or RV in the 2.6 acres for your weekend destination. There are several small beaver ponds along the creek that would make most seasoned hunters smile. If you are into deer, turkey, duck, or even squirrel hunting this could be a bountiful property for its size. I have personally run trail cameras two seasons ago directly across the road and I have a good idea of the wildlife potential.
Location: This property is located 5.5 miles northeast of Brundidge, 12 miles east of Troy, and 16.5 miles north of Ariton.
Access: From the Hardees in Brundidge turn right and head east on S A Graham Blvd toward AL-10 E/State Rte 10/E Troy St. Continue to follow AL-10 E/State Route 10 for 1.8 miles. Turn left onto County Road 81 and go 2.0 miles. Turn right onto County Road 4408 and travel 1.6 miles. Turn right onto County Road 4412 and the destination will be on the right in 338 ft.