Packsaddle Creek is a 1093-acre tract that borders over 340k acres of the Ouachita National Forest. This tract is primarily pine timber with a good mixture of hardwoods. The property is accessed by a county-maintained gravel road serving as the southern border. This tract is a must-see located just a couple miles north of Waldron, Arkansas. Land The tract is made up of 2 long ridges running east to west with a Valley in the middle with Packsaddle Creek running in the bottom of the valley. This tract has large old-growth pine timber and fertile soil in the lower areas that would make great pasture ground or food plot areas with some clearing. A main transmission line split the property from north to south offering incredible access to interior logging roads. Recreation Hunting in this area is incredible, with a large population of whitetail deer, wild hogs, black bears, and turkeys. This property offers an excellent opportunity to manage and maintain healthy wildlife populations. Trails throughout Ouachita National Forest provide excellent hiking, horseback riding, 4-wheeling, and ATV-ing opportunities. Region & Climate Ouachita National Forest is the oldest and largest National Forest in the South. It encompasses 1.8 million acres in Arkansas and Oklahoma. The Ouachita National Forest is home to rolling hills, pristine lakes, geological wonders, and adventure awaits everywhere you look. The Forest is a highly valued setting for recreation, and Activities include Bicycling, Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback riding, Hunting, and Off-Road Vehicle riding, to name a few. Historic Hot Springs, Arkansas, is a short hour and a half drive to the west. Whether you want a relaxing day in one of the many spas, to experience horse racing at Oaklawn Racing Casino Resort, or just exploring the area’s rich history, Hot Springs has so much to offer.