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Welcome to the Fort Pierce Tract. Fort Pierce was the original home of a small wooden stockade built by the Pierce brothers, William and John of New England during the late 1700’s. It was a settler’s fort on the Alabama River, two miles southeast of Fort Mims and abandoned for Fort Stoddert after the Massacre at Fort Mims in 1813. Consisting of 4300 +/- acres with miles of frontage on the Alabama River, the Fort Pierce Tract is a fantastic recreational and timber tract. It has beautiful hardwoods on the river and great upland pine areas. The pines are a mix of ages. This is truly a one-of-a-kind all around tract for the right timberland and recreational tract investor. Features:

  • Large Volume of Merchantable Timber
  • Mature Hardwood Timber (1200 +/- Acres)
  • Natural Pine Timber
  • Pine Plantation Timber
  • Lodge
  • Excellent Internal Road System
  • Close Proximity to I-65 (Mobile, Daphne, Fairhope)
  • Hwy 59 Road Frontage in Baldwin County
  • Extensive Alabama River Frontage
  • Excellent Site Index for Timber Growth
  • 52 Established Wildlife Food Plots
  • Shooting Houses

 


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