Creekland Farms consists of 687+/- diverse acres that include large, established dove fields, mixed age class planted pine stands, mature hardwood creek bottoms and ponds. Located in Brooks County, Georgia, the property exhibits all of the wildlife and habitat components that have come to define the area. Offered divided in 3 tracts ranging in size from 196 - 687+/- acres, each tract contains unique features that make them incredibly diverse recreational and hunting properties standalone or as a whole. This area of Georgia has long been known for its superior whitetail deer genetics which trace back to the importation of Wisconsin whitetail in the 1960s. Numerous record bucks have been harvested in the area and the property’s wildlife benefits tremendously from the large private landholdings surrounding Creekland, including over a mile along the Mule Creek corridor.
In addition to trophy whitetail hunting, Creekland also has numerous dove fields with artificial power lines that have been established for decades. The quality soil types present across much of the property increase the diversity from an agricultural perspective . Perhaps one of the most appealing components of Creekland Farms are the well managed stands of mixed age class timber. The younger stands of pines create perfect cover for deer while the mature pines provide ideal quail habitat. The management of these timber reserves allow for a staggered income stream and contribute significantly to the overall investment value of the property. The property contains two small ponds and two tributaries to Mule Creek. Their is an opportunity to easily constructed a 25+ acre lake or duck pond utilizing these water sources. Land exhibiting such strong hunting, timber, and farming components are difficult to come by in this area and make Creekland Farms a unique opportunity to own a very high quality recreational investment property.