Located just a few miles east of Dry Prong, Louisiana on Dyson Creek Road, this 45-acre tract could be an excellent location for the avid bow hunter to own a small dream tract only minutes from Alexandria/Pineville. The north boundary line of this tract is Big Creek and a portion of the northeast boundary line is Kisatchie National Forest. The timber is a very diverse age class and type that offers great deer cover and food mast from an abundance of hardwood trees interspersed with young and mature pine. With great road frontage access on both sides of Dyson Creek Road, an owner could construct a home or camp on the south side of the road and use the bulk of the land across the road for his personal hunting tract. The connecting national forest provides even more opportunities for hunting and other recreational pursuits for the owner of this unique tract. This tract carries a 4% buyer’s premium. Contact Paul Ferrell for your opportunity to see this beautiful property.