UNDER CONTRACT!! 441 acres of Waterfront Hunting Land for Sale in Camden County NC!

BOARS – BEARS – BUCKS and DUCKS! Need we say more? This place is ready for an adventurous spirit! 441 acres of waterfront land on the famed Camden Point! Rough and Ready for action, if you are looking for an affordable hunting tract that’s a little on the wild side, this one is right for you!

441 acres of Waterfront Hunting Land for Sale in Camden County NC! Rough and Ready for action, if you are looking for an affordable hunting tract that’s a little on the wild side, this one is right for you! Located on the famed Camden Point this unique property is in the heart of some true wilderness. Loaded with Wild Hogs, Bear, Deer and Waterfowl, this property will not disappoint an adventurous spirit. The property consists of 6 tracts, two waterfront parcels with a beautiful bay, that is sure to hold a gag of ducks. A large flag shaped tract with a path right down the center, and three separate parcels on the south end.

Indiantown Creek, which becomes the North River, forms the eastern boundary of Camden County. The creek derives its name from a small reservation that the Lords Proprietors established in 1704 for the native Yawpim Indians. The reservation lasted only 70 years and no trace of the settlement remains. Indiantown is an exceptionally beautiful blackwater creek with high water quality. It is lined with large bald cypress trees, some of which may be as many as a thousand years old, according to the N.C. Natural Heritage Program.

Starting in 1997, The Nature Conservancy acquired more than 7,000 acres of land along the creek/river in Camden and Currituck Counties. This has been incorporated into the North River Game Lands, a 15,000 acre block of forested swamp managed by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission (WRC). Indiantown supports a variety of wildlife. turtles and snakes crowd the logs, while largemouth bass, bream, crappie, and yellow perch lurk in the waters. (The state record yellow perch was caught in Indiantown Creek.) Neotropical warblers, including the common Prothonotary warbler, as well as the rarer black throated green warblers, Swainsons warblers, and worm eating warblers may be seen along the banks.

The North River is frequented by osprey, bald eagle, and a variety of seasonal waterfowl. The Wildlife Resources Commission manages 53 acres of impoundments at the end of Indian Island Road for waterfowl hunting. There is one public boating access to Indiantown Creek at the bridge crossing on Sandy Hook Road (this is technically in Currituck County).There is a private boat ramp at the end of Garringtons Island Road, which leads via Crooked Creek to the North River. The landowner allows the public to use this ramp, although it is small and generally known only to local fishermen. With the owners approval, the County plans to ask the Wildlife Resources Commission for funds to improve that boat ramp and provide parking.

For more information on this and other Land for Sale in Camden County NC Call BILLY MCOWEN at 252-305-6720 or email bmcowen@mossyoakproperties.com or you visit us on the web at WWW.LANDANDFARMSREALTY.COM