Deer – Turkey – Waterfowl Hunting – Access to Chesapeake Bay
Property advertised as 20 acres, but in reality the parcel is 37 acres. Accomack County GIS notorious for incorrect acreage.
Found on a private road, India Lane, you can pop into the woods for some excellent deer and waterfowl hunting. The property is heavily treed with mostly pines and leads into numerous honey holes for ducks. The deer on the eastern shore have a reputation for being monsters and the rubs on the saplings on this tract of land speak for themselves.
Timber is pretty thick, so a thinning would do the property a lot of good to open things up a bit.
The parcel goes all the way to Back Creek, which gives you access to the Chesapeake Bay.
Located on the northernmost portion of Virginia’s scenic Eastern Shore, Accomack County covers approximately 476 square miles of rich farmland, undisturbed beaches, expanses of marsh and forest, and small towns rich in history and culture. The county has a total area of 1,310 square miles; of which 455 square miles is land and 855 square miles (65.25%) is water. It has miles of shoreline on both the Chesapeake Bay on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, constituting one of the largest unspoiled wetlands habitats in the world. Accomack County’s picturesque small towns and villages offer a modern-day refuge to those who seek the serenity of streets lined with Colonial- and Victorian-era homes and storefronts. The towns of Accomac and Onancock are designated State Historic Districts that feature restored Colonial architecture. Recreational opportunities attract fishermen, boaters, and beach-lovers to Accomack County and its pristine barrier islands.