Powerful Bite Sized hunting and recreational tract in eastern Lafayette County, FL. Situated off SE Geech road this property boast 16 +- ac of cutover timberland with a blank canvas for the future and the balance in heavily wooded hardwood and cypress hammocks. Deer, Turkey. and other wildlife sign are everywhere. There are deer stands, feeders, and a hog trap in place. Schedule your private tour today.Land40 +- acres located only 5 miles from the Mallory WMA is available for your recreational and hunting enjoyment. 16 Acres +/- of pine timber was recently harvested on this property and that leaves the new owner with a blank canvas to convert to higher and better uses or replant for future income. This location would be perfect for that family get a way to enjoy what the area has to offer in recreation. The property is comprised of 16 +- Acres of land suitable for timber and the balance is in mature hardwood and cypress hammocks. This wildlife corridor gives the animals places to thrive and hide and adds value to the recreation on this property. There are suitable places to convert to camp sites or even a residence. There may even be an opportunity to convert some of the cut over timber ground into pasture for animals if that is your passion. RecreationLafayette County county is named in honor of the American Revolutionary War hero, the Marquise de Lafayette. The locals pronounce it La-FAY-ette, with a long A, like Fayetteville, Arkansas. Lafayette County is the second-smallest county in Florida measured by population and is a great place to relax. The eastern border of the county is formed by the Suwannee River. There are numerous springs are located here and are popular locations for swimming, camping and diving. Fishing and boating in the Suwannee River are also popular activities. Lafayette Blue Springs State Park, home to the first magnitude Lafayette Blue Springs, also serves as the headquarters of the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail. Camping and several cabins are available. Further south along the river is Troy Spring State Park. There are also the smaller Ruth Springs Park and Owens Spring, both of which are open to the public. Convict Springs, located at the Suwannee River Rendezvous RV Park, is also open to the public. For the cyclists, county has two nice on-road bicycle trails, the 21-mile Mayo to R.O. Ranch out-and-back along State Road 51 and the 24-mile Mayo Loop, which connects Mayo to Convict Springs and nearby Wes Skiles Peacock Springs State Park. Mayo, the only town in Lafayette County, is home to several nice restaurants, a locally-owned grocery store, a bed and breakfast as well as a motel/RV park AgricultureParcel Info PIN: 03-06-12-0000-0000-00303 Deed: Bk- 369 Pg -291 Soil Types: Pamlico and Dorovan; Sapelo-Chaires; Chaires and Medowbrook All of these soils are deemed suitable for Wildlife, Forestry, and Limited to Moderate grazing.