± 40 Ac - Lapile Creek
PROPERTY TYPE: Recreational Timberland
LOCATION: Strong, Arkansas
The Lapile Creek 40 (#03019-03399) is a ± 40 acre tract of recreational timberland located in eastern Union County, about 8 miles east of Strong, Arkansas (North 33.11831°, West 92.213094°). Get your duck calls ready because a private “green timber” retreat within a mile of Felsenthal National Wildlife Refuge is up for sale. An elevated camp house located on the southeast corner is perfect to store equipment or to stay warm and dry in between hunts. The hut has an old wood-burning stove to provide heat, but no other utilities are available. Access to the southeast corner of the tract is available via a dirt woodsroad running for a quarter-mile in a northerly direction stemming from a gated (call for lock combination code) gravel timber company road. About two-thirds of the oak species is comprised of red oak and one-third is white oak. The terrain is mostly flat with Lapile Creek running across the northeast corner and Hogg Creek running through the center. According the USDA NRCS web soil survey, the property is mostly based upon Una Silty Clay-Loam. A timber product inventory was recently conducted and is available upon request. If you are looking for a recreational timberland escape to call your own, then give United Country – Neeley Forestry Service, Inc. a call at 870-836-5981!