Bowie County Forest
Money may not grow on trees, but trees can sure generate money! Discerning investors understand wealth is preserved in land, and well-managed timber can generate long-term returns in a renewable manner. The Bowie County Forest boasts a well-diversified pine plantation with multiple age stands and generally well-drained soils, allowing for extended harvest periods. Professionally managed for decades and good access to timber mills and markets.
With CR 4308 dissecting the tract and multiple access gates off of the road, the Bowie County Forest is an ideal prospect for current or future development. Smaller 100-300 ac hunting tracts could easily be surveyed out of the larger tract, maximizing per-acre yields.
Whitetail Deer Hunting
The hunting on Bowie County Forest is excellent for whitetail deer...healthy resident herds enjoy the sanctuary of the pine and hardwood forests along with the easy travel corridors provided by Ed's Creek and both the nearby Sulphur River and White Oak Creek. When the rainy season hits, some of the biggest bucks venture up from the Sulphur River and White Oak Creek bottoms to the higher ground of Bowie County Forest. Feral hogs are a year round target by the hundreds. Wood ducks and mallards frequent the portion of Ed's Creek that the beavers have backed up for some fine wingshooting.
Not often larger timber tracts become available this close to Dallas and Shreveport, so make sure to put this top-notch timber/hunting tract at the top of your list for 2024!
LOCATION: New Boston, TX (Bowie County)
- Dallas, TX - 2 hours
- Texarkana, TX - 45 minutes
- Shreveport, LA - 1 hour 45 minutes
CLIMATE: 52"annual rainfall
UTILITIES: Electricity is provided by Bowie Cass Electric, and water is to be verified
WILDLIFE: Waterfowl, hogs, whitetail deer
MINERALS: Surface sale only
VEGETATION: Planted plantation pine with varying age classes; mature hardwoods along SMZ
TERRAIN: Generally flat to gently rolling
SOILS: Wrightsville-Raino complex, Ashford clay, Woodtell very fine sandy loam, Sawyer silt loam
CURRENT LAND USE: Timber production; Hunting
POTENTIAL LAND USE: Residence, homestead, retreat, timber management, hunting and recreation
FENCING: Some perimeter fencing
ACCESS: CR 4308 off Interstate 30
EASEMENTS: Gas line; residential electric lines
LEASES: Hunting lease (can be maintained or terminated upon closing and funding at new owner's discretion)
Contact Steve Baxter @ 972-816-4738 to schedule a private showing.
When buying farm & ranch land or investment property, the buyer's agent, if applicable, must be identified on first contact and must be present at the initial showing of the property listing to the prospective real estate investor in order to participate in the real estate commission. If this condition is not met, fee participation will be at the sole discretion of Steve Baxter, Broker, and G2 Outdoors Broker, LLC.