Ask Seth Lehmen
Build your hunting cabin right off the highway and have 78.83 surveyed acres of prime, wooded hunting ground as your backyard. As the name states, Turkey Ridge is known for its exceptional oak ridge top just above Price Creek where gobblers love to roost every spring. At the end of the ridge lies a thick cedar patch where the deer bed after drinking from the wet weather stream and grazing at the food plots that have been strategically placed on the property. Less then a mile from the Bourbeuse River bottoms, this wooded tract is the perfect place for the deer to head in the fall for acorns after feeding on the ag fields all summer - check out the harvest pictures for proof. Numerous trails provide access to all parts of the property via side by side or ATV. Consisting of primarily oak trees, this property was selectively logged 6 years ago with another harvest likely needed in around 5 years. Property is currently being leased for hunting with the possibility of continuing the lease if desired. Only an hour from St. Louis County. If you're looking for strictly hunting ground or just a place to get away and enjoy time in the woods on your side by side, this one fits the bill.