If you are looking for an affordable turnkey hunting camp, complete with a three bedroom house, and 32 acres of prime hunting property located in the number one deer hunting county in North Carolina then this tract is a must see!
32 acre Hunting Camp and Home for Sale in Halifax County NC! Located on Tabron School Rd in Hollister NC this 32 acre hunting tract has a three bedroom, one and half bath home that is the prefect set up for an affordable hunting camp. Great path system through out, standing pines and hardwoods, mixed with young timber make for excellent habitat for Wild Turkey and Whitetail Deer.
A small duck pond at the rear of the property is a fantastic bonus for hunting wood ducks and other migrating waterfowl. The house has new vinyl windows in the front, a new roof, fully outfitted kitchen, dining area, living room and utility room just off the kitchen. Store your gear, kick back after the hunt, and have plenty of room for everyone to bunk. Quiet country setting, peaceful surroundings all within easy driving distances to Raleigh, Greenville, Rocky Mount and Southern Virginia.
This property is located near the Brinkleyville state game lands (https://ncpaws.org/wrcmapbook/) at the intersection of Williams and Tabron School Rd, the attached map shows the exact locations of the adjoining public hunting lands. (http://www.ncwildlife.org/Portals/0/Hunting/Game-Land-Maps/Piedmont/Brinkleyville.pd
Medoc Mountain Sate Park is just a few miles away and offers year round enjoyment. Serenity seems to pervade Medoc Mountain State Park, enhanced by gentle Fishing Creek and a scenic open meadow that spreads from the picnic grounds. Anglers and paddlers are drawn to Fishing Creek—considered to be one of the cleanest streams in the region—that flows for about 2.5 miles through the park.
Some of the park’s ten miles of hiking trails wander along the creek; others climb several hundred feet to the upper reaches of Medoc Mountain. Roughly ten miles of bridle trails and trailhead parking serve equestrians. The 34-site campground has RV-friendly sites and bathhouse, and warm-weather group camp facilities are nearby. Rangers offer free interpretive programs and hikes.
Winding along creeks, ridges, and through the forests, the trails are the best way to appreciate the beauty and diversity of Medoc Mountain. Seven trails wander through a variety of terrain and provide more than 10 miles of hiking. Most of the trails are easy or moderate in difficulty, and trail scenery includes an artesian well, granite outcroppings and miniature rapids. (https://www.ncparks.gov/medoc-mountain-state-park)