Enjoy fantastic hunting for deer, bear and turkey and waterfowl, good road frontage, ample room for campers, great internal road system, and multiple ponds for waterfowl.
136 ac +/- Hunting Land for Sale in Pamlico County NC! Located off Bay City Rd, near the towns of Bayboro and Aurora this tract has everything! Excellent road systems, long shooting streaks, several WRP ponds, and fantastic habitat for deer, bear, turkey and migrating waterfowl.
The property consists of mixed timber, with mature trees out by the road and younger timber towards the interior. This property is uniquely situated between 1000’s of acres of prime AG land and a large tract of managed timber. The entire property is in a WRP conservation easement and cannot be developed, see copies of the easement docs attached in the property documents section of our website.
There are several WRP spec slash ponds built to attract migrating waterfowl and provide a year round water source to native wildlife. With over 25+ acres of groomed roads a large prortion of the property can be planted in food plots, this place is a hunters paradise. This property can be purchased with the adjoining 79 ac parcel to create a one of a kind compound able to accommodate large hunting parties or clubs. You can also enjoy trail riding year round on the miles of trails and roads.
Nearby Bayboro is the county seat of Pamlico County, is rich in history. Bayboro draws its strength from a unique blend of old and new, history and progress. Fishing enthusiasts will delight in angling on the Bay River, you can expect to find drum, spot, trout, flounder and tarpon, as well as plentiful crabs and oysters. Paddlers will delight in the miles of mapped paddle trails while observing water fowl such as herons, ducks, geese, terns, gulls and pelicans. The marshes and shores offer opportunities to observe beaver, deer, and otter as well as the occasional bear. Both paddlers and anglers may also spy dolphins which frequent the Bay River. http://www.bayboro-nc.com/
Just south of the Pamlico River is a quiet town called Aurora. The population is just under 600, and the homes and business have a true Southern charm. However, to fossil hunters around the world, the most interesting parts of the Aurora are buried underneath the city.
A large phosphate mine in the area gives both paleontologists and fossil enthusiasts a unique opportunity to collect and study fossils from prehistoric times. The Aurora Fossil Museum, located in town, includes a wide variety of marine fossils from the Pleistocene, Pliocene and Miocene eras, as well as Native American artifacts from the area.
Fossil fanatics come from around the world throughout the year to visit Aurora, the Aurora Fossil Museum and participate in the annual Fossil Festival at the end of May. http://www.co.beaufort.nc.us/municipalities/aurora