Land for Sale in Issaquena County MS

There is an abundance of land for sale in Issaquena County MS. Issaquena County is in the Mississippi Delta. Issaquena is one of the least populated and poorest Counties in Mississippi and the United States. Farmland and farming are the chief sources of income. 

Another source of income in Issaquena County is hunting camps. All be it a poor county Issaquena County has some of the best hunting lands for sale in Mississippi. Situated on the Mississippi River also helps with the great hunting you will get when you buy land for sale in Issaquena County MS. 


1226 Acres Land for Sale in Issaquena County MS Perfect Hunting

This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will not last long! You can own five cabins atop a levee that has never flooded and 1,226.8 acres of your own island in the Mississippi River. 

The1,226.8-acre island has drivable access (normal river levels) and the use of a concrete boat dock on the Mississippi River. This is part of the world-class River Bend Hunting Club is Issaquena County, MS and lies in the middle of the Mississippi fly-a-way!

Redwood, Mississippi 39156

32°38’22.6″N 91°07’06.2″W

Issaquena County, MS

DIRECTIONS: From Vicksburg, MS travel north on US-61 W for 24.3 miles, turn left onto MS-1N and travel 4.7 miles, turn left onto MS 465 S and travel approximately 10 miles, entrance to the property will be on the right.

About the listing Agent/Broker Tom Smith

Tom is the Principal Broker of Tom Smith Land and Homes. Tom Smith is a native Mississippian from Meridian and attended Mississippi State University. Tom began his career in Real Estate in Madison. He takes a business approach to his real estate practice, as he spent 27 years in executive management positions with companies including Wal-Mart, and Home Depot as well as serving as CEO of other retail companies.

Tom has achieved the highly coveted Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) designation from the Realtor Land Institute in November of 2006, which makes him one of the few Realtors in the Southeast U.S. holding this designation and qualifying him to assist you with all your land needs. He specializes in recreational tracts, timber investment, commercial investment properties and 1031 Tax Free Exchanges. He is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting, fishing, boating and golf.

Land for Sale in Issaquena County MS 1883 Acres Hunting Club

This 1,883+/- acre tract in Issaquena County, MS, is cut off from the outside world, uniquely set on a bend of the Mississippi River at the end of public access. With its varied terrain, including an island connecting to the mainland when the river is low, the high spots and six-mile-long levee running through it protect structures and animals from floodwater. What began as Arcadia Hunting Club, founded approximately 50 years ago, has been on the big buck program the entire time. 

Three years ago, the owner bought out all shareholders when they decided to sell because they were not hunting anymore and changed the name to River Bend. Consistently, year after year, the club has harvested 60-80 deer. Of those gathered, they agreed that each shareholder could only kill one deer per year that was bigger than 8 points; the rest were 8 points or culls. Over the last two hunting seasons, the number of large bucks, and bucks in general, have outnumbered the does. 

The herd is large, and it is common to see four to eight bucks in the food plots on any given day. Most deer were taken in cutover areas where trees had been cut a few years back, yielding large briars and underbrush areas. These cutover areas have produced a tremendous amount of food value that, when combined with the existing produce from pecan, oak, and persimmon trees, keeps the deer well-fed and healthy. 

The weight of the animals and the quality of antlers continue to improve each year. Located on top of a levee joining the Mississippi River are seven camps, four of which are custom-built homes, and the remaining three are spacious mobile homes. Five of the seven camps have separate enclosed storage rooms equipped for deer and duck processing. Three of the seven camps were built with sunrooms and fireplaces facing Cottonwood Bar East for viewing the migration of ducks and watching bald eagles, deer, and tugboats traveling on the river. 

Each camp offers 3-4 bedrooms and is designed for hosting guests. One main water well services all camps and is housed inside an insulated well house and includes a sophisticated purification system. All improvements were placed on a six-mile-long levee, well above the 100-year flood stage.

There is an area of the property on the Mississippi Riverbank known as Arcadia Point, which is also above the 100-year flood stage with lots of food-bearing trees. As a result of the high areas and food, it appears that most animals do not leave the property. If they do escape to the dry side of the main levee, it looks like they return. The perimeter road and miles of interior roads provide access to seventeen food plots.

The property features two miles of river frontage and an island, known as Cottonwood Bar East, accessible by ATVs and tractors when the river stage is 17-19. A lake is formed when the river is at that stage between the mainland and the island due to rock jetties on each end that cut off the river flow. Sand bars are exposed, allowing easy mobility from the mainland. Cottonwood Bar East is home to large quantities and quality deer, a pond, and two sloughs great for duck hunting. 

Three food plots have been established, each with fiberglass deer stands. The mix of ancient hardwood forests and acres of cutover provides a home to an assortment of creatures, and the various watering holes and sloughs offer natural waterfowl habitat; the river itself affords opportunities for boating and fishing. Four wheeling and catfishing are also great on the west side sand bars. There is something unique to this property, or maybe many things, that will appeal to each person man or woman, old or young, hunter or not.

Properties like this are rare for purchase; the opportunity to own a large tract on the Mighty Mississippi does not come around often. The memories that you and your family will make are unlimited. Look through the photos of the wonderful family outings and special moments made by four generations on River Bend. You will look long and hard to find a property that has this much to offer.

DIRECTIONS: From Vicksburg, MS travel north on US-61 W for 24.3 miles, turn left onto MS-1N and travel 4.7 miles, turn left onto MS 465 S and travel approximately 10 miles, entrance to the property will be on the right.


Land for Sale in Issaquena County MS 95 Acres Hunting Property

Here is an opportunity to own hunting land in the Mississippi Delta. This property offers 95.6 surveyed acres in Issaquena County and is located approximately one mile north of Vicksburg. The acreage consists of three separate tracts; each is accessed by a deeded easement. 

The property offers an established trail system, 6 acres of fields, two large sloughs, and timbered terrain. Plant the fields for deer and dove or set up for ducks in one of the large sloughs. You are less than 3 miles from the MS River and just minutes from Shipland WMA and the Delta National Forest! Hunting land in the Mississippi Delta can be hard to find. Call today for more details.

Directions: From Interstate 20 in Vicksburg, take exit 5A onto HWY 61 N towards Rolling Fork. Continue HWY-61 N for 29.5 miles and turn left onto MS-1 N beside Onward Store. Follow MS-1 for 9.1 miles and access to the property will be on your right. The property is accessed by a deeded easement downturn rows.