The Indian Creek Tract is located just 30 minutes north of Alexandria with over 4000′ of road frontage on Highway 165 in Grant Parish, LA. The north quarter of this tract lies north of Indian Creek and consist of planted pine plantation and a hardwood stream side management zone of mixed mature hardwood. Access to this part of the tract is Curtis Road which connects to Lincecum Village Road via Hwy 165. This portion of the property would make for a great homesite location, recreational hunting, and future timber income potential. The majority portion of this tract lies south of Indian Creek and has been recently clearcut except for two stream side management zones also consisting of mixed mature hardwood for some excellent hunting locations. Whats really great is the entire west and south boundaries of the Indian Creek Tract joins the Kisatchie National Forest opening many recreational opportunities to areas of limited public access.
If you’re looking for a recreational hunting tract with future timber income potential and great access then check out the Indian Creek Tract by contacting Mossy Oak Properties of Louisiana Associate Broker – Paul Ferrell (318) 792-1893 or email <email@example.com> Licensed in LA/MS to help find or sell your land.