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Catfish Creek Recreational Tract

0 Camp Mack Road, Lake Wales, Florida 33898

Sale Price $500,000
Zoning A/RR
Land Area 40 Acres
Improvements Road Frontage: Property Accessed Via Easement Lake Frontage: Catfish Creek runs in an east-west direction through the property. The creek stays flowing year-round. Predominant Soil Types: • Satellite Sand - 16 ± Acres • Adamsville Fine Sand - 13 ± Acres • Pompano Fine Sand - 3 ± Acres • Smyrna and Myakka Fine Sands - 2 ± Acres • Samsula Muck - 6 ± Acres Uplands/Wetlands: 29 ± Acres Uplands & 11 ± Acres Wetlands Grass Types: Native Grasses Irrigation/Wells: 2 inch shallow well with pump Fencing: Partially fenced Current Use: Recreational/Hunting Water Source: The 2 inch shallow well provides water for the two trailers on premises. There are two small drums in the ground for septic. All electricity is ran by a generator, and underground wiring provides a source of power to the two trailers. Game Populations: Abundant populations of Florida Wildlife. Catfish Creek Preserve State Park is located adjacent to the property. Structures: Two mobile home units: one park model & one travel trailer
Land Use Ranch & Recreation
Bordered by the 8,000-acre Catfish Creek State Preserve, this 40-acre tract presents an unbelievable opportunity for someone to come in and enjoy the solitude of a property that is located off the beaten path. Thousands of contiguous acres of State owned land create a rare opportunity to hunt next to an absolute wildlife sanctuary. Not to mention, Catfish Creek is an actively flowing creek that runs across the entire north half of the property and is a bonus for the deer, turkey, and hogs frequently seen in the area. A unique mix of habitat and layout, there are approximately 15 acres of open pasture, leaving 25 acres of untouched native Florida woods. The nearby creek bottom provides a great source of nutrition for the diversified habitat within the 40 acres. The hardwoods consist of live oaks, pine trees, hickory trees, palmettos, cabbage palms, and even cypress trees alongside the creek. This makes for a scenic walk through the woods as well as a great habitat for all species of native Florida wildlife. With only a 15-minute drive to the city limits of Lake Wales, there is no other hunting or recreational property on the market that can provide seclusion, a neighboring State Preserve, and very close proximity to the city of Lake Wales. Driving Directions: • Drive East on Highway 60, • Turn left onto Mammoth Grove Road • In 2 miles turn right onto Camp Mack Rd., • Continue down Camp Mack Road for 2 miles and then turn left onto Reagan Blvd. • Continue for just over a mile down Reagan Blvd. and you will arrive at the gated access point to the property. This is where the easement leading to the property begins.
  • 15 acres of open pasture and 25 acres of untouched native Florida woods
  • Deer, turkey, and hogs frequently seen in the area
  • 15-minute drive to the city limits of Lake Wales
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Keat Waldron
Sales Associate
SVN Saunders Ralston Dantzler Real Estate


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