MRSD TRACT, 8,200+/- ACRES. Nestled in the forks of Alabama's two great rivers, the Tombigbee and Alabama, is this unique 8,200+/- acre block of secluded "hardwood bottomland". With the Alabama River to the East and the Tombigbee River to the West, MRSD is accessed by a single gated road from the North. When you enter MRSD, you are truly at the "end of the road". This remote location is as close to wilderness as you will find in the Southeast. MRSD acreage is pre-dominantly "old growth" hardwood forest inter- mixed with younger "second growth" timber stands, creating a "checker board" effect. These forest are inter woven with a vast network of sloughs, branches, creeks, rivers, ponds and lakes. Millions of years of accumulated river deposits have made the soils on MRSD some of the most productive in the South. Studies show that quality soils are the key to both successful tim berland investments and to supporting high densities of wildlife. MRSD is strategically located midway between several premiere South Alabama hunting clubs- Choctaw Bluff, Hal's Lake and Bull Pen. What could be a better reference for the Sportsman! The MRSD Tract has approximately 7 1/2 miles of river frontage and miles and miles of pristine and private lake frontage and an abundance of cypress ponds, sloughs and creeks. This excellent habitat provides for some of the very best fishing and hunting Alabama has to offer. It has been said "when fishing is hot at MRSD, it just doesn't get any better". Equally impressive is the hunting for turkeys, wild hogs, doves and squirrels. In addition, this site has the capability of developing some of the Souths' most productive deer herds. Numerous green fields are scattered throughout the tract. No description of the recreational opportunities available on MRSD would be complete without mention of the duck hunting. When conditions are right, this tract may have the best wood duck hunting in the Southeast. MRSD is so remote that long tailed cats and black bears have been seen on the property Creature comforts are supplied by two hunting camps on the property. The larger of the camps, "Cypress Lodge", has approximately 5,000 SQ FT under roof and can sleep 27 hunters. It is built entirely of old growth cypress lumber. Cypress Lodge is completely furnished. Great room, kitchen, 6 master bedrooms, 4 bunks and 3 1/2 baths are located on the main upstairs floor plan. The mid-level floor contains eight bunks, a full bath, garage and utility vehicle storage. Ground level is used for covered truck parking. A separate emergency generator building and skinning shed are located near the lodge. Large, wrap around porches provide views of adjacent green fields and Singleton Lake. If you are looking for a remote wilderness get-a-way with excellent hunting & fishing, look no further. MRSD offers year round recreational opportunities on some of the most beautiful and highly productive river bottom in the state. Please contact Mike Dees at 251-510-1005 for more information regarding this property or visit our website at www.SouthernTimberlands.com for other properties available.