233 Acres of Timber and Hunting Land For Sale in Bladen County NC!

Featuring road frontage on Highway 211, plenty of acreage to hunt and recreate, an internal road system, and different aged stands of timber. This is a fantastic investment and recreational property! It’s also less than 30 minutes from Elizabethtown, Lake Waccamaw, and Whiteville!

233 Acres of Timber and Hunting Land For Sale in Bladen County NC! Whether you’re looking for a place to park money and invest in land and timber, or you’re simply looking for an easily accessible tract of land for hunting and recreational purposes, this property fits the bill! There are a number of places where you can set up food plots, hunting blinds, and even expand on the pre-existing road system to make it easier to access the interior of the property.

The diverse ages of the planted timber offer a few possibilities in regards to future income. Stands of timber can be managed (harvested, thinned, replanted) at various stages of growth. This provides a source of income that is staggered for many years.

The various stands of timber are as follows:

Planted loblolly pines – 2000 – 23 acres

Natural loblolly pines -1998 – 23 acres

Planted loblolly pines – 1991 – 48 acres

Planted loblolly pines – 2016 – 75 acres

Natural Hardwood Swamp – 1998 – 25 acres

This tract features 1,120 feet +/- on Highway 211 and there is also access from Rosindale Road. From the property you are 22 minutes from Whiteville ( 25 minutes from Elizabethtown ( and 15 minutes from Lake Waccamaw (

A visit to Lake Waccamaw State Park unveils one of the most unique bodies of water in the world and one of the greatest geological mysteries the phenomenon of Carolina Bays with species of aquatic life found nowhere else. A 700-foot boardwalk reaching into the shallow, tea-colored water accommodates wildlife viewing and fishing, and more than seven miles of trails allow hikers to explore multiple ecosystems and rare plants. Fifty-two species of game and non-game fish are at home in Lake Waccamaw. Camping is primitive at four hike-in group sites and one campsite, and a boat ramp allows lake access for paddlers and small boats. A visitor center with exhibit hall and free interpretive programs explore the regions diverse natural and cultural history.” – Link listed above]

For a birds eye view of the property visit our “MAPRIGHT mapping system. Simply copy and paste this link into your browser ( and then click on any of the icons to see photographs taken from those exact locations as well as drone photos taken from the air. Click around and change the base layers to view shaded relief or hydrology maps of the area.

For more information on this listing and other land for sale in this county, contact Bryan DeHart at 252-473-8632 or by email at bdehart@ or visit