Pond – Trails Throughout – Great Hunting Property
37 acres located in Brunswick County in the Dolphin area. Excellent road frontage and surrounded by timberland and farms. Property has plenty of cover and woods for the wildlife. There are food plots scattered through out the property making it so several people can hunt without being on top of each other. Roads intertwine the property making it completely accessible. There are food trees scattered though out ranging from Mexican Wild Plumb, Persimmon, White Oaks, Pin Oaks and Honey Locusts, making great feed trees for the wildlife. A pond sits along the biggest food plot. There are turkey, deer, small game and an occasional black bear may pass though.
This is a great hunting and recreational property. Make this your home and have plenty of room to hunt, ride four wheelers, hike or just enjoy the outdoors!
You can be in Lawrenceville in 10 minutes, Emporia in 30 minutes, McKenney in 25 minutes, Blackstone in 40 minutes and the beach area in a little over 2 hours.
Lake Gaston is located in the south end of the county. You can be there and have a boat launched in about 40 minutes. You can enjoy cruising the lake, riding jet ski’s, duck hunting or do some great fishing. Lake Gaston is not a city or township, but rather a “community” of the privately owned property surrounding the Lake (no public parks, but public boat ramps). The 20,000+ acre lake has 350 miles of shoreline in 2 states and 5 counties. Because of our recreational and relaxed pace, our population of residents on the Lake is drawn primarily from a very large and diverse mix of vacation homeowners and retirees. Approximately half are full time residents. The “main” body of the lake runs east/west and is approx 35 miles long between the dams. The only bridge crossing over the main lake (Eaton Ferry Bridge) is centrally located and elevated to allow boats to go under. The lake also includes 20 “Creeks” that run north or south off the main body. All have access to the main body, and some require boating under a bridge. Many people prefer living, boating, or swimming in the coves/creeks on Lake Gaston (large lakes themselves) because they tend to be quieter and there is less wind, surf and boating activity (and it’s less expensive). If a property is not on the “main” lake we consider it to be on a “cove.” The pontoon boat is seen just as often as water skiing boats… and small sailboats enjoy the wonderful breezes across the main body. Of course, the lake is dotted with jet skis, and those crazy fishermen are out even on the coldest of days!!
Links of interest:
Brunswick County: http://www.brunswickco.com/
Lake Gaston: http://www.lakegastonguide.com/