Holanna Creek Hunt Camp is a beautiful rolling 203 acre tract in Randolph County! This tract has been in the same family for close to 30 years! Drone pictures coming soon! Cabin Site Features: This tract features a 2 bed/2 bath cabin with power, water, & septic. The cabin also features a bunk room for your buddy hunts. Adjacent to the cabin is additional storage areas for ATVS, tractors, equiptment, etc. There is a 50x60 barn that has 4 horse stalls. There is a 4 acre fenced pasture for horse riding/working, gardening, or food plots. The cabin will be sold AS-IS. The acreage at the front of the property that surrounds the cabin is very pretty, and there is alot of room for kids, family, and friends to get together and play. Tract & Wildlife Info: This tract is LOADED with deer. The caretaker stated that the buck to doe ratio is incredible on this property. During the rut there have been 17 different bucks spotted in one hunt along with 4 does. Standing on the front porch of the cabin it is not uncommon to see multiple groups of deer in the first food plot that is visible from the cabin throughout the mornings and afternoons. It is worth noting that all of the whitetail deer hanging in the cabin were taken off of this tract. Turkey & hogs have also been taken off of the property over the years. There are 5 food plot areas on this tract on the outskirts of the replanted pine areas. 100 +/- acres were replanted in pines back in 2016. There is a road system that will lead you from the cabin to the back of the tract, as well as a few split off roads. The road system as a whole will need a little TLC but is easily navigable by ATV. There are plenty of oppurtunities to implement more road sytems and food plot areas as the potential buyer sees fit. This tract offers some of the best bedding area around for whitetails. There are great neighboring properties that take quality deer management seriously with year round protein feeding as well. There is a crucial year round water source for your deer heard in Holanna Creek, which runs right at a mile through the property, with some pretty hardwood bottoms surrounding it. There is also a small branch that flows off of Holanna creek across the middle of the tract. This tract was inhabited by the Muscogee & Cherokee Indians many years ago, and the pictures of the arrowheads/pottery were all found in the first foodplot that is visible from the cabin as well as down around the creek. There is no telling what all the future landowner will find when more food plots areas are implemented and turned over. This is a great recreational tract! Give us a call to check it out for yourself!