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Spring Valley Income Producing Recreational Land

Income producing recreational land in Spring Valley, IL. Whitetail and turkey are abundant on this property, with three acres devoted to food plots.

MapPin Bureau, IL
50 Acres
  • Recreational

Property Description

Excellent recreational tract with great annual income! The whitetail deer hunting on this 50 acre tract is phenomenal. With over 3 acres of food plots in two locations, this property serves as the main food source for the local whitetail herd. In addition to deer hunting, the turkey population is plentiful. Gobbling turkeys is a common sound often heard in the spring on the property. Plenty of large roosting trees are scattered throughout. On the West side of the property there is a flowing stream, providing an excellent water source for wildlife and smallmouth fishing. The property comes included with a ‘tiny house’ and a storage barn to house tractors, atvs, etc. There are a total of 16 tillable acres currently being leased at a rate of $230/ac. ($3,680/yr). This property is only 2 hrs from Chicago, 1 hr from Peoria, and 1 hr from Quad Cities. Come and enjoy the peace and quiet of this outdoor paradise!



Driving Directions

Rt 29- 3 miles East of Spring Valley, IL on North Side of rd.

Property Docs


Aerial Map with Food Plots Labeled

Agent BIO

Nathan Cumpton
Designated Managing Broker

Nathan Cumpton

About Nathan Cumpton

A licensed real estate broker since 2013, Nathan brings his intense knowledge of all things land to the role of Designated Managing Broker for AcrePro in Illinois. He was born and raised in north central Illinois. He has built a very large network of relationships in the agricultural and recreational property community and has facilitated a broad scope of real estate transactions, from small hobby farms to large row crop operations. Nathan's experience and understanding of agriculture and recreational properties gives his clients a competitive advantage when buying or selling rural real estate. He enjoys waterfowl hunting in the historic Illinois Valley river bottoms and loves coaching his sons’ athletic teams. Nathan, his wife Christie, and their three sons live in Princeton, Illinois.