If you are looking for fantastic hunting land property with both duck and deer habitat within the White River bottomlands, then check out The Horn Lake WRP Tract (#03019-03716). This +/- 146-acre tract of old farmland is located in northeastern Prairie County about three miles southeast of Des Arc, AR (North 34.952997°, West 91.442343°). The property features over a mile of frontage to the southern bank of Horn Lake, an oxbow river lake. The topography is predominately flat to slightly sloping within the White River bottomlands. Access is available by deeded easement using a gated woodsroad running westerly from AR-Hwy 33 / Horn Lake RD for roughly two miles (contact us for access details). Most of the property is maintained within a Wetland Reserve Program (WRP) . According to the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the soils consist of Kobel silty clay loam, which gives the tract a site index of 90.0 feet for Eastern Cottonwood and 80.0 feet for Cherrybark Red Oak (base age 50); the same soil survey gives a non-irrigated crop rating of 28.5 bushels per acre for soybean. There are three designated wildlife foodplots for deer hunting. A levee system on the southern edge is used to manage two Moist-Soil Units (MSU), one of which contains a three-person pit blind used for waterfowl hunting. Located about a one hour drive (60 miles) east of Little Rock, AR or 1.5 hours (90 miles) west of Memphis, TN - this block of hunting land for sale is a convenient retreat from the city to chase after some serious Arkansas white-tail bucks!
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