Hunting Land for sale in Michigan, Land for sale in Michigan, Hunting Land for sale in Jackson County Michigan – 116 acres of Hunting Land for sale in Jackson County Michigan

Hunting Land for sale in Michigan, Land for sale in Michigan, Hunting Land for sale in Jackson County Michigan – 116 acres of Hunting Land for sale in Jackson County Michigan.

ATTENTION SERIOUS HUNTERS AND OUTDOORSMEN………If you are looking for a place that you and your family and friends can enjoy from a multitude of different ways….from kayaking and canoeing, to fishing and camping, or if your passion is to match your wits against a mature whitetail and you are able to think outside the box, then this could be the place for you.  This is not your typical “Ag fields and woods” piece of Hunting Land.  This property is wild and dense and a lot of it is wetlands that has had some habitat restoration done. There is an Oak ridge full of mature acorn producing Oak trees that leads to 100’s of feet of frontage on the Grand River.  Ultimate cover and bedding and also a few ponds to add to the mix. This property is not for everyone, but if you are a lover of the true outdoors and you enjoy hunting deer, turkeys, and waterfowl of all kinds as well as fishing, then this could be the one for you.  The owners have practiced very serious deer management and have not taken any immature animals.  This is not a “drive by” so don’t waste your time doing that.  Better yet……call me and let’s take a tour and see for yourself why this property could be that special place that you’ve been looking for.


More new LAND listings are coming into our office including a 117 acre parcel in Jackson County, an 83+ acres parcel in NE Jackson County, 91 acre parcel in NE Calhoun County, 56 acres parcel in SE Ingham County.  All fantastic parcels!


3/19/15 – WEBSITE IS DOWN…….My apologies.  Our website host is experiencing some difficulties and are working diligently to fix the problems.  In the meantime, please go over to our old company website – – and there you can view listing and send inquiries.  I apologize for the inconvenience.  Please feel free to call the office at 517-437-2946 or myself directly at 517-398-0004.  Jerry Slade – Broker/Owner

And into September we go!

Well it’s that time of the year that we’ve all been waiting for since the last days of our season ended last winter.  It’s September!  With archery seasons opening all over the midwest this month and our Michigan opener less than a month away, it’s time to be making those last minute preparations, hanging stands, getting that last bit of seed in the ground…..and PLEASE remember to always wear a harness while hanging stands and hunting.  BE SAFE.  No animal in the world is worth being in a wheel chair for the rest of your life….or worse.

Things to consider when purchasing Land



When Buying Land, consider all of these factors

Purchasing a large parcel of land is basically the same process as purchasing a home. You need to know what your intentions are with the land, how many hunters can the parcel handle safely, and/or how many acres do you wish to farm. Do you intend to build someday? A home, a cabin, a pole barn, etc?

The following are some things you should consider, and by all means, always feel free to ask us questions.

Perc Tests

I highly recommend having a “Perc” (short for Percualtion) test completed before the purchase if you have any intentions of building.

Perc tests are done by the potential buyer, and at his or her own expense generally speaking, and involves going to the local health department and purchasing a permit, and then hiring a heavy equipment operator to dig holes. Generally 3 holes are required that are 8′ wide and 10′ deep. The health dept. official will need to be on site when the holes are dug to verify soil composition and make a report, which you will receive via mail.


When looking for a house, you consider the square footage of it because of how many people will be living there, visiting, etc. Similarly, when considering a parcel of land, you want to make a determination as to the acreage you will need for you and your fa,ily and friends to safely enjoy. Are you primarily bow hunters? Are you primarily gun hunters? This makes a drastic difference as gun hunters must be separated by much more distance to be safe than do bow hunters.

Having the largest piece of land on the isn’t always the best course of action. Go for quality instead of quantity. You may be able to purchase a quality smaller parcel that would give you all that you desire. Any piece of land has upkeep too. Mother Nature will do her work to some regards but there are some aspects of your land that will require your attention. This is especially true if you plan to use your land for specific purposes such as farming, but upkeep on a parcel of hunting land can and will be extensive at times. Cleaning up after storms, keeping trails mowed and cleared, planting and tending to food plots if you choose to plant them are all things to be considered.


Another factor to consider in determining what you want out of your land purchase, is the type of terrain you are acquiring. Not all land is created equal. Land has qualities or drawbacks just like a home might.

Factor things in such as hills, flatlands, soil temperament, water sources, woodlots, bedding areas, and other things that can affect how you can interact with your land. A farmer would want good soil and flat land. A hunter will want food sources, water sources, good sightlines, and cover. Also consider the surrounding terrain and/or what it is like. Is it Farm Land that allows the deer both food and cover without your expense, or is there homes nearby?

Hunting Grounds

If you are a hunter, you’ll want to know if the land you are purchasing is in fact allowed to be hunted on. Owning your own hunting property is an opportunity to give back to the land and make the land prime hunting grounds. You’ll have the freedom to get to know the land at your own pleasure. Trust me, I have owned 5 farms and there is nothing like owning your own piece of paradise and spending time there.

Ask questions

Always ask questions. We are professionals that do this for a living and we have a wealth of knowledge to share.