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If you have been looking for a remote but very accessible hunting and timber tract, keep reading!  The Indigo Creek tract features Loblolly pine plantation, large hardwood bottoms, a big creek, and unlimited opportunities to enjoy some great south Alabama hunting.  It is located in Coffee County, approximately eight miles north of Enterprise and just a couple miles east of the town of New Brockton.  This tract lies a little over a mile from the paved county road but no worries - it has an easement providing easy access to the property. 

There are approximately 58 acres of Loblolly pines that were planted in 2007 and have been recently thinned.  This tract has a good site index and a high survivability rate in the pine plantation.  You can expect to make an initial return on your investment in five or six years when they are ready for a second thinning.  The trees are roughly halfway to full maturity when you will have the option to clear cut and start the cycle again or continue to let them grow.  Indigo Creek is a large, year-round flowing creek with plenty of good, cool water for the wildlife.  It flows through the middle of the tract for over 1,700 feet creating the nice bottomland with a variety of large hardwoods including white and red oaks.  The terrain varies from gently rolling to some steeper drop-offs into the creek bottom.  The soil is typical for the area, a sandy loam mix including soft sand to red clay.

Indigo Creek tract is in a largely agricultural area and is surrounded by other timber tracts and hayfields. There is already a cleared area for your camper or cabin so you can get set up quickly and start hunting!  The 30’ easement also allows for utilities.  If you have been searching for a secluded hunting retreat where you can manage some timber, you really need to see this tract.


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