25.7 acres of Hunting and Recreational Land for Sale in Brunswick County VA!

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All wooded – Creek – 20 Minutes to Lake Gaston

25.7 acres of Hunting and Recreational Land for Sale in Brunswick County VA! The property is located just minutes away west of the Town of Lawrenceville off Hwy 58 on a dead-end state maintained road. As you enter the property there is a nice stand of mature pines then graduating into a nice stand of hardwoods. The parcel is mostly level on the front but as you go towards the back the land starts to have a nice roll to it. There a several nice home sites that overlook the beautiful hardwood creek bottoms. The woods are a nice mix of pine, oak, hickory and beech trees. There is sign of deer and turkey everywhere. Sitting on-top of the gently rolling hills looking through the hardwoods into the creek bottoms you can just imagine the wildlife that are traveling these hidden corridors. This property is a rare find with standing woods, a creek and an abundance of wildlife. This is a true must see as words really can’t describe it.

If you want more land to hunt, Ft. Pickett is located outside the town of Blackstone offers a little over 44,000 acres of public hunting land. You can be on Ft. Pickett in approximately 30 minutes. Ft. Pickett is the home of FAST-C.

Lake Gaston is about 20 minutes away if you like water sports, waterfowl hunting or fishing. Lake Gaston has some of the best bass, striper and cat fishing in the state. Lake Gaston is not a city or township, but rather a “community” of the privately owned property surrounding the Lake (no public parks, but public boat ramps). The 20,000+-acre lake has 350 miles of shoreline in 2 states and 5 counties. Because of our recreational and relaxed pace, our population of residents on the Lake is drawn primarily from a very large and diverse mix of vacation homeowners and retirees. Approximately half are full time residents. Lake Gaston is an impoundment of more than 20,000 surface acres. It is 34 miles long and 1.3 miles across at its widest point, with average water depths of 40 feet. This is a privately owned lake along the Roanoke River Basin created to generate hydroelectric power.