From Tuscaloosa to property = 16 miles (25 minutes)
Head west on University Blvd toward Lurleen B Wallace Blvd N. Use any lane to turn left at the 2nd cross street onto US-43 S/Lurleen B Wallace Blvd S. Keep left to continue on AL-69 S. Continue onto AL-69 S/I-359 S/US-11 N (signs for Interstate 359 S/Route 0.) Continue onto AL-69 S/US-11 N. Continue straight onto AL-69 S. Turn right onto Cracker Asphalt Rd. Turn right onto gravel road and continue to property.
Premiere hunting property for waterfowl, deer, and turkey located near Moundville, Alabama. It’s 16 miles to Tuscaloosa and 68 miles to Birmingham.
This unique hunting property features 600 feet of frontage on the Black Warrior River and a broad sandy beach.
The river is building land as it rounds this bend, and access to the river beach is down a gentle slope.
From this sandy river beach you can see the bluff for the city of Moundville. Beyond that is the world famous Moundville archaeological site, home to a thousand-year-old mound city.
Broad meadows along the river make a great spot for picnics or family gatherings.
Five spring fed sloughs cover 68 acres.
Forests are rich with natural hardwoods stands, from the oak and beech uplands to the cypress and tupelo bottoms.
Located along a major flyway for fall and winter ducks.
Hunted by family only, no hunting clubs have had access.
The property is loaded with wildlife — perfect for fishing, hunting, and birding
The roads going through the property are in excellent condition, extending from the entrance to the perimeter of the property and connecting all the sloughs. Such convenient access to water and wetland hunting land is rare.
Long gas line though property with excellent grazing.
Equipment shed with public water, 2 duck hunting blinds.
169 acres of premiere hunting land only 25 minutes from Tuscaloosa
Internal road system, five sloughs for total 68 acres prime waterfowl habitat, 600 feet frontage on Black Warrior River, located adjacent to Moundville Archeological Site.