3900 Maple Creek Rd. , Buena Vista, Tennessee, 38318
Recreational Land for Sale in West Tennessee offering multiple possibilities. Property is the site of a former golf course and offers an array of valuable land improvements already built in. Over 3+ Miles of Asphalt Paving throughout the property (old cart paths). Clubhouse Building, Barn, 1 BR Cabin, Several Concrete Pads, Electrical and Water Infrastructure (Existing Irrigation Lines and Multiple Wells on Property). Land was initially developed as a 9 hole golf course; requiring an abundance of civil engineering, landscape design, and planning. The property is ideal for re-purposing. Possibilities include: Hunting Retreat or Recreational Camp Activities, RV Camping Ground or Tiny Home Community, Hobby Farm, Vineyard, Residential Housing Development, Raising or Grazing Animals, or ATV Riding Course.
Clubhouse is currently down to the studs and needs remodel, but has framing and lumber/boards already in place. There is a brick addition to the clubhouse, formerly used as a banquet hall, which is in great shape and is ideal for a future gathering spot. Barn on property is wired and well constructed with steel framing. Features high ceilings and doors, large enough to store a camper, tractors, and other heavy equipment. 1BR Cabin would be a great place to rehab into an Air BnB or serve as guest quarters. A couple of cocrete pads on the property have utility polls and would be ideal to hook up a RV / Camper. Multiple Possibilities!
Property is located in rural West Tennessee in Carroll County, near Buena Vista. Interstate 40 is approximately 10 Miles to I-40 junction and just over an hour to Memphis or Nashville. 45 minutes to Jackson, TN. Huntingdon is approx 15-20 minutes away. 1000+ Acre Recreational Lake is also only a short distance away. Rural Area, Low Taxes, but convenient to the large markets. Borders Natchez Trace State Park. An abundance of Deer, Turkey, and other Wildlife.
The park's hiking trails, range from a one-half mile up to 4.5 miles, and a 40 mile overnight trail. The trails wind through the forest and fields and along the lakeshores and streams of Natchez Park. Visitors also enjoy the museum that features local and park history, picnic facilities, camping, cabins and lodges, boating and the park’s restaurant.
The park offers activities for visitors of all ages. Fishing is a favorite activity at Natchez Trace and anglers have four lakes from which to choose. Fifty-eight acre Cub Lake and 690 acre Pin Oak Lake are operated by Tennessee State Parks, while 90 acre Maple Creek Lake and 167 acre Brown’s Creek Lake are operated by Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.
Natchez Trace State Park is one of the few parks that have an onsite wrangler camp. Located 2.2 miles south of I-40 on Hwy. 114 the Bucksnort Wrangler Camp features 65 campsites with full hook-ups, two bathhouses and a dump station. There are 250 miles of riding trails on the south end of the park in the Natchez Trace State Forest operated by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture.
With charming historic towns and the amenities of urban neighbors, Carroll County has a way of life that combines art, outdoor adventure, sports and history. Bethel University and the Dixie Carter Center for the Performing Arts bring a heavy emphasis to the arts, with classes, galleries, theater productions and music.
The Tennessee River, Kentucky Lake and the Thousand Acre Recreation Lake are perfect for boating and other water sports. Fine fishing brings sportsmen in search of bluegill, bass, crappie, and other fish. Two state parks, several golf courses, a state-of-the-art shooting park and Bethel University sports keep outdoors types and sports fans busy all year.
Historic sites, great local restaurants and a freindly community make Carroll County a great place to call home.
For more information please visit https://carrollcountyecd.com/