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Thread: Hunting land bordering public land - pros and cons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rf2 View Post
    Yes, your input was helpful, thanks.


    I've also considered a rental property, but that would be purely an investment, with no joy coming from it. Actually, maintaining rental properties is a PITA.
    Land prices where I am looking are nowhere near what you describe. If the prices were like that, obviously I would not be considering buying.
    Around here you are probably going to be stuck heading out into the valley, but I doubt that is too much of a problem.

    If you are seriously looking I would go for a rip down the back roads past Lanark, lots of places are not listed, land for sale, small camps, lots near crown, etc. You would have a better chance at a reasonable price on land from someone not listing it through MLS.

    We had a camp out there, used it most of the year, would have been easier if we had a sled to get in during the winter but every month from May to Dec we were in there, hunting, hanging out and driving a short trip to little trout lakes and beaches.

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