Ask Chad Carger
This White County tract boasts a fantastic location, 2 separate creeks used by ducks, upland pine, hardwood ridges/draws and great access. This area continues to be developed by private land owners to be more appealing to waterfowl and because of its proximity to Hurricane and Bald Knob refuge, there are a lot of birds over this piece every winter. The property is accessed from the county road on the north and once on the property you immediately feel the privacy. The roads wind through the property giving good access to most everything, including a boat launch into Mingo Creek that snakes its way down the west side of the property. Cypress Creek cuts across the southeast part of the property giving you a completely different duck hole away from the Mingo Creek holes. Overall this is a real do all property close to public ground and minutes from the amenities of town.