Bentonville, AR White Country Land 2300. acre for sale in Bentonville, AR

This 2300 acres on White River and Raft Creek has been documented by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission as being the most heavily used tract in the state with a daily average of 232,000 ducks mostly on this tract with the rest within eyesight in these Raft Creek White River Bottoms. Enrolled 10 years ago in the Wetland Reserve Program it was replanted in hardwoods (oak, pecan, ash) that will grow at the rate of $200 per acre per year according to the Arkansas Forestry Commission.



Most of what wasn't replanted (about 1000 acres) was developed in the best moist soil unit in Arkansas for waterfowl. It features 6 miles of levees, 10 water control structures, and most importantly a state of the art Diversion Dam that allows the owner to flood this 1000 acres at no cost (no pumping). Every year (wet or dry) you will have at least 1000 acres of water and the largest concentration of waterfowl on any privately owned land in Arkansas. This 1000 acres grows 2000 - 2500 pounds per acre of the ducks favorite foods (with millett, smartweed, etc) and you don't have to plant it...It comes up naturally!



The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission purchased the adjoining 4000 acres to the North. It is called the Steve Wilson Raft Creek Wildlife Management Area and has been developed for quality waterfowl hunting with only a few permits drawn each week for a limited number of blinds and "holes".



This tract has 1.5 miles of White River frontage and 3 miles of Raft Creek frontage. It features excellent deer hunting, fishing, and 5 locked cable gates. Owner will sell 1500 acres for $3500 per acre or the whole 2600 for $3300 per acre.

  • Price: $8,050,000

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