Careyville Landing Road, Strong, Arkansas, 71765
The Careyville Landing tract (#03019-03476), which contains approximately 134 acres, is located in the northeastern part of Union County, Arkansas, about twelve miles north of Strong, AR (North 33.27143°, West 92.296427°). Access to the western edge of the tract is excellen via "Careyville Landing Road", a gravel residential/camp road. The tract mostly contains a stand of hardwood containing a mixture of younger hardwood regeneration and older oak sawlogs. About 7.5 acres on the southwest corner of the property has been allowed to regenerate naturally with mostly pine since circa 2001. Nearly 8 acres of sloughs/water create more habitat potential for wood ducks. The tract contains over a half-mile of frontage to the Ouachita River on its east side; a 20' strip of land on the west side of the property grants a corridor to the river. According to USDA NRCS soil survey information, the tract is based upon Una silty clay loam, which gives a weighted average site index of 90.0 feet for Cherrybark Red Oak (base age 50 years). Get ready to pilot your river boat on the mighty Ouachita, this tract has it all with extended bottomland hardwood for wildlife huting as well as camp/home site potential in the Strong-Huttig School District. Don’t miss out on this opportunity! Give Neeley Forestry Service a call at (870) 836-5981.