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Mason County 67± Acres Recreational Land

MapPin Mason, IL
66.59 Acres
  • Hunting
  • Recreational

Property Description

If you are in the market for a recreational hunting tract, this 67± acre Mason County property is a must see!  This tract is located just north of Forest City, IL bordering the 7,200 acre Sand Ridge State Forest.  This property along with the state forest are part of a massive timber block in Mason County surrounded by agricultural fields.  This area is home to a strong population of trophy deer, turkeys and small game.  With the huge state forest to the East and agricultural fields to the West of the property put it right in the sweet spot where the wildlife wants to live. Throughout the property are established roads for easy access, multiple areas for future food plots and even a private well and water tank just for the wildlife.  The owner recognized years ago that there are very few water sources in this area so he had a well and large water tank put in on the property.  This water source has become the hub for all sorts of wildlife in the area.  The property has had little to no hunting pressure over the last 3 years. This is a great opportunity for any outdoor enthusiast! There are 2 adjoining buildable parcels totaling 9± acres also available on the South side of the property.

Location

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Driving Directions

Manito Blacktop to Market Street, Cemetery Road., North on Worner Road, West on Eyman St./Forest City Road

Agent BIO

About Brad Belser

Brad Belser graduated from Iowa State University with his Bachelor’s degree in marketing. His longtime passion for bowhunting, fishing and land led him to a career in land real estate. As a Central Illinois native, Brad grew up around some of the most fertile farmland and best whitetail deer hunting in the world. His years of experience have provided him with a knowledge and background to serve his clients throughout Central and West Central Illinois. When Brad isn’t farming or working on deer habitat at his home farm, he’s most likely in a tree stand or spending time with his wife and daughter.