This remote parcel that sits next to the Mark Twain National Forest is approximately 24 acres and is situated in Carter County outside of Freemont, MO. The driveway is easily accessible from US HWY 60 and CR 164. A private driveway takes you all the way to the cabin, which is located in the southwest corner. You will find a mix of various terrain and mature hardwoods. This would make the perfect off-grid deer camp. There is about 200 FT of seasonal creek frontage on the northwest corner of the property as well.
Check out this bigger tract located in Carter County, just outside of Van Buren, MO. Located down County Road 205-A, you will find this bigger tract that is approximately 40 acres of the rugged outdoors. As you come into the property, you will follow the easement road along the ridge. Don't forget to take in the breathtaking views all around you. You can see for miles and miles around. This area has some of the most stunning views of the Ozark Mountains. A level clearing can be found just a short distance from the easement road. The terrain varies from some level spots to valleys, and hilltops. There is a good mixture of mature and young hardwoods. Make this your own hunting retreat by building a cabin or just setting up the travel trailer when you come down to hunt. This property will be off-grid as the electricity is about 1/2 mile- 1 mile away from the parcel. If you are just coming for hunting season, hauling water maybe the easiest way to go. Of course, you can always drill a well if you would like.
Approximately 42 acres are located off of HWY 95, located in the Eastern part of Douglas County. This property has it all and ready to go. Cabin, shower house, solar system, water storage tank, year-round creek, spring-fed creek, and tons of trails. This property is tucked away back in the hills of the Ozarks. You will need a truck or SUV if you plan to live here. The driveway will be at the end of the easement road on the left.