This property offers an ideal spot for the outdoor enthusiast of any kind. The open field at the peak of the acreage, surrounded by thick cedar trees, provides a great space for weekend camping trips or family gatherings. The lake views from this location are simply stunning and will not soon be forgotten. Find this 18.46 acre property right off the black top road on the way to Card Creek Park west of Independence, KS. This spot is littered with a few cedar trees but could easily be cleared for breathtaking views of Elk City Lake.
The majority of the woods is on the north side of the property, making slipping in undetected and hunting a breeze. Many oak trees provide great tree stand locations along with a great food source when they are raining acorns. Thick cedar trees on the east side contribute to the protective cover needed to make deer feel safe and secure. If 18 acres doesn't seem like enough ground to hunt on, you can take full advantage of the corps of engineers' ground that backs right up to this land. This tract has the ability to catch bucks that are traveling from the surrounding public hunting to the private land on the south side of the road. With over 6,000 acres of public land available for hunting, no one man could ever hunt it all. A barbed wire fence around the perimeter helps deter unwanted guests.
If you are considering a small Southeast Kansas farm that can be used in a variety of different ways depending on what you need then this place might be perfect for you. Call Andrew 620-313-0783 to schedule a showing today.
-Private Access to Public Hunting
+Blacktop Road Frontage