Bayou Dorcheat Tract, Webster Parish, 320 Acres +/-

These 320 acres is located on the banks of Bayou Dorcheat and its tributaries in Cotton Valley. Louisiana Paradise should be the name of this tract because it has all of Louisiana’s nature available. If you are a hunter this tract has all forms of wildlife: hogs, deer, turkey, duck, and more. It is accessed by oil and gas engineered roads with gated entrances. Also, it has 1.4-acre pad that may be used for parking or overnight RV parking. There is a 7 acres drainable/ fillable pond and many sloughs from tributaries off Bayou Dorcheat. There is a 300-foot pipe bridge on the property crossing the creek for access across tributaries. This tract has a mix of pine and very mature hardwoods covering the terrain. There is an 8.5-acre area that may be replanted in pine, possibly some form of game attractant, or you may build a camp.

For more information, or to schedule a tour, contact Matt Chanler at (318) 553-7339 or