14.5 acres of outdoor recreational property in Clay County just north of Staunton, IN. This small property has a lot to offer. The property is a mix of timber and thick cover with access to an eight acre lake. The thick cover provides plenty of bedding and nesting cover. Whitetail deer and turkeys are the most prevalent game animals in the area. This area has over 2000 acres of public hunting ground with tillable production being the other main land type. The neighboring property to the west is in crop production and is the main food source for the area. The public acres provide some nice opportunities for both fishing and hunting. When the hunting pressure starts to pick up, the private acres in the area become the preferred place for the area wildlife to hide. The eight acre lake offers fishing in the summer and waterfowl hunting in the fall. This area holds a lot of birds during the winter months. A good number of quail and pheasant call this area home. With a little work, this property could be a great recreational property for whatever game you like to pursue. To schedule a property visit, contact Land Specialist, Jeff Michalic, at the above email or call him at 812-230-4503.