From I-20/59 Exit 73 (Tuscaloosa – at McFarland Blvd: 60 minutes to the property)
From Exit 73 head south on I-20/59 for 40 miles to Exit 32. Take a right on to County Road 20 and go west for 6.4 miles to Alabama Hwy 39. Take a left and go 4.5 miles to Gainesville and take a right on Washington Street. Go 200 feet and take a left on Alabama Hwy 116 and go 1.3 miles to County Road 85. Take a right and go 11.2 miles to Turners Riverfront Road. Take a right and go 0.5 miles to the boat launch on the right where a bridge on Turners Riverfront Road goes across an inlet of the Tombigbee River. The property is shown by appointment only. Plan on a ½ day excursion once you reach the boat ramp. Call the agent, Mark Bailey, 334-312-4258, to arrange a showing.
A rare opportunity to own part of a 500+ acre undeveloped island – very private
Access by boat only. Boat launch is 1,500 feet from the property
Sole neighbor on the island is the US Army Corps of Engineers whose land may be accessed for recreation —the whole island can be yours to roam
2.2 miles on the Tombigbee River + 1.6 miles of frontage on wet old river channels. In the heart of Alabama’s Black Belt in Greene County.
The boat launch is 22 minutes south of Aliceville and 60 minutes southwest of Tuscaloosa
The nearest airports are Aliceville (4,970-foot asphalt runway) or Tuscaloosa (6,499-foot asphalt runway)
Mature bottomland hardwood forest with many sloughs containing huge cypress trees
Outstanding hunting for deer, turkey, ducks, squirrels and hogs
Perpetual conservation easement allows for timber management & construction of a lodge & outbuildings
Agent comment – I have been on this beautiful property at least once a year for the past decade and it never fails to impress, especially in abundance & diversity of wildlife. The woods are very open with no trails, clearings, or other disturbances—pristine nature and truly a blank slate