Ask Darrell Hindman
Outstanding 243 Missouri acres in Dent County. This parcel of land is a wonderful recreational hunting tract and adjoins the 13,500 acres Indian Trail Conservation Area managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation. The property offers a large pole barn that is half-finished for your living space and the other half for all your necessary outdoor gear, plus watering holes and food plot areas already established make for a perfect hunting cabin and an awesome whitetail deer and turkey hunting destination. Great road/trail system already in place, so bring you off road toys and enjoy! This property is remote and beautiful throughout. Its close proximity of the Conservation area that includes a shooting range, public hunting and fishing is a real bonus. It’s also close to millions of Mark Twin National Forest lands and all the floating streams of the Ozarks, Jacks Fork, Current, Meramec, Huzzah, Courtois all a short drive and known for trout and small mouth bass and lazy days on the river – yep that’s right a year round recreational destination property. This property is turnkey and awaiting your arrival.