Hunting land for sale in Louisiana

Hunting land for sale in Louisiana is some of the most popular hunting spots in the United States. The state of Louisiana has a lot to offer for hunters. The wetlands of the southern part of the state are great for waterfowl and migratory birds, while the northern parts have rolling hills and forests that support all kinds of game.

Louisiana is home to a wide range of wildlife that is not typically seen in most other areas of the country. Louisiana has a large variety of animal life including alligators, snapping turtles, beavers, white-tailed deer, bobcats, coyotes, and squirrels. Many hunters enjoy hunting for deer, rabbits, squirrels, and other small game in the state. Louisiana also has plenty of land available for purchase so that you can have a place to hunt year after year. 

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Land for Sale in Caldwell Parish LA 145 Hunting Land

145 +/- ac hunting tract with camp site in Caldwell Parish, LA

This is a bottomland hardwood tract located in north Caldwell Parish. It has a very nice camp site location along the west side that has water, electricity, and a couple small metal buildings…one with porches.

The tract is surrounded by ag fields and other hardwood blocks providing backup habitat for wildlife. 

The tract is just minutes from Monroe and located off Sampson Road, east of the railroad tracts that parallel Hwy 165 between Columbia and Monroe.

Utilities: on site

Minerals: Reserved

Location: Approx. 1 mile east of Hwy 165 off Sampson Road.

Access: Sampson Road

Legal Description: Situated in Sections 31, 32, T15N, R4E, Caldwell Parish, LA

Price: $449,000

NOTE: Buyer’s Agents please see the Rec Land site for information regarding commission.

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Call Hays Porter @ 318.732.7834


Louisiana Land for Sale in Avoyelles Parish LA

Two adjoining lots in the Spring Bayou community of Marksville in Avoyelles Parish, LA

These lots have great potential and could be cleaned up and made into a great spot for a hunting/fishing camp a home spot if desired. Just down the road from the property is Spring Bayou Boat Ramp, as well as the Boggy Bayou Boat Ramp. These provide access to several great fishing spots such as Lac Grand Bayou, Bayou Bourbeux, and Grand Coulee.

The property is close to Grand Cote National Wildlife Refuge, as well as Lake Ophelia National Wildlife Refuge. When the fish aren’t biting, or it’s too windy or wet to hit the woods, you are only a 10-minute drive from the city of Marksville where there are several dining and entertainment options.

The acreage seems to map out at approx. 0.5 +/- acres.

Utilities: water, electricity

Mineral Rights: Conveyed

Location: 4 miles East of Marksville, Just North of Spring Bayou WMA on the north side of River Ln approx. ¼ mile east of Boggy Bayou Road.

Legal Description: In Section 18 of Township 2 North, Range 4 East, Avoyelles Parish, LA

Coordinates: (31.1432160, -92.0057921)

Asking Price: $19,000

NOTE: Buyer’s Agents please see the RecLand site for information regarding commission.

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Call Ethan Kimbrough 318.801.5117


71 Acres Land for Sale in Allen Parish LA

71 +/- acres timberland/recreational/homesite tract for sale in Allen Parish, LA

This tract is a prime example of multi-use. You could put your home toward the back near the pond for extra seclusion. The pine timber is well stocked, growing great and will make a good investment return one day. Lastly you can have your own hunting property right in your back yard. The tract is close to town yet offers plenty of solitude.

Utilities: at the parish road

Location: From the intersection of Hwy 165 and Hwy 11561 in Oberlin go West on 1151 approx. 4.4 miles to Nursery Rd on the right. Take Nursery Road approx. 0.6 miles to property on both sides of road.

Minerals: Seller reserves minerals.

Price: $280,885.00

Note: Buyer’s agents see the commission information in the footer of the Rec Land site.

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Call Brandon White at 409.382.5529


Hunting land for sale in Louisiana Saint Tammany Parish

119.5 Acres | Sun, Louisiana


119.5 acres hunting land for sale in Louisiana located on OD Kain Road in Sun, LA. Great property here with approximately 1/2 open of lush open ground that is ready for any horse or cattle opportunity you can dream of and balanced in towering hardwoods and pines giving the property a secluded feel and hunt-ability.

There is an old existing home on the property that sits on a beauty of a home-site / the old home could be a tear down or you could put some work into it and bring it back to life. Property has great road frontage on three sides and has access to power and water. This is not your average turnkey hunting property. This is a rare find here for any real estate properties. Beautiful property of only $742,000.


Land for sale in LA Tangipahoa Parish

37.68 Acres | Ponchatoula, Louisiana


37.68 +/- Acres nice size tract undeveloped East of Ponchatoula, La and just south of I-12. All wooded good frontage great timber investment with great potential, some out of the flood plane, which is uncommon below I-12. Great building site or development.


LA hunting land for sale in Washington Parish

38 Acres | Angie, Louisiana


38 +/- acres of hunting land for sale in Louisiana heavily wooded right outside of Angie LA. This would make an excellent hunting tract or clear some trees and build you house in a secluded peaceful area. At just under $2900/acre this property is priced to sell! Make an appointment today.

Hunting Land for Sale in Louisiana 80 Acres

80 Acres | Amite, Louisiana

These 80 acres plus or minus of Tangipahoa Parish Land for sale lies on Ogden Lane and is perfect for deer hunting, recreational land, timber investment with incredible views of the Tangipahoa River. 

This land has a great location not far from Amite, Louisiana. This puts the land near the Mississippi line and less than an hour from Baton Rouge, LA.

This Tangipahoa Parish land for sale has good road frontage on Ogden Lane making it a great potential homesite as well as great hunting land for sale in Louisiana. 

If you’re looking for hunting land for sale in Louisiana, recreational land, timberland, fishing land, you found it right here on this one tract of land. 

Land for Sale in Louisiana 80.71 Acres More or Less in Tangipahoa Parish

80+ Acres | Hammond, Louisiana

This is a great 80 +/- acre tract of land for sale in Hammond, Tangipahoa Parish, LA situated on LA Hwy 1064. You could use this for commercial or residential purposes. The land is in the Hammond High Magnet School District. It is all wooded and surrounded by woods and even has a 1-acre pond. This is actually two parcels of land; however, it will not be broken down into less than one sale. 

This property could make someone a great homestead or even be developed commercially in what manor a property owner would like. 

If you are looking for commercial or residential land for sale in Louisiana this could be the perfect property for you.

Louisiana Land for Sale 48 Acres in Tangipahoa Parish. 

48 Acres | Covington, Louisiana

This great Louisiana land for sale has tons to offer. Are you looking for great hunting land in Louisiana? This land has it, but also pastureland for horses and cows if you have a touch of farmer in you. Plenty of long leaf pine timberland to help out with the deer hunting. Hardwoods and get this, the beginning of the Little Tchefuncte River. 

The Tchefuncte River is beautiful and clear at this point and meanders the Eastern border of the land. This property has a camp with a barn that also has living area with it. This land even has an equipment shed. There is wildlife everywhere on this property. The deer stands stay with the land as an added bonus. 

If you have been looking for that perfect piece of hunting land for sale in Louisiana, you found it. The current owner has not been a sport hunter, so the deer are everywhere on this land. 

Let’s recap this property. We have 48 acres for sale perfect for deer hunting on the Tchefuncte River. Open pastureland, hardwood timberland, deer plots, deer stands, camp, barn, and sheds. I’m tired and all I did was type all this. Can you think of how much fun you would have owning this gem? 

If you are interested in this property, contact Keller Williams Realty Services, Gulf South Real Estate Information Network, Inc. Listing #2315685 Chase Melancon 985-789-2778 [email protected]

Planning to Invest in Hunting Land in the Pelican State: Here’s what You Should Know

LA is unique because it has diverse geography. There are large swaths of wetlands, but there are also rolling hills and forests. The state’s mixture of terrain is perfect for hunting all sorts of different games. 

There is such diversity that it is often split up into five regions to better describe the different areas it contains. The southern section of the state is known as the Atchafalaya Basin, which is home to most of the duck hunting opportunities from the end of September through the middle of November. 

The northern section is referred to as north Louisiana or north shore. It consists of heavily forested uplands with rolling hills, swamps, and pine forests.  Much of the area is still rural and undeveloped with wildlife such as raccoons, nutria, waterfowl, and deer. 

One of the most well-rounded duck slates in the country resides in the central portion of the state. You can find mallards here, along with pintails, wigeon, teal, gadwall, and shovelers.

It’s also one of the few places in the country where you can have a shot at canvasbacks. They are among the hardest ducks to find, but Central Louisiana has a good population of them.

The southeast area of LA is called Acadiana. This area is home to Lafayette and Lake Charles, which are both great spots for hunting ducks and geese. This region has several large swamps and marshland areas, which provide a safe place for waterfowl to nest and raise their young. It’s also home to the Atchafalaya Basin, which is one of the largest swamps in the United States. The entire area is full of wildlife, making it a prime location for hunting with a bow or gun.

The southwest portion of the state is home to the bayous and marshes along the gulf coast. Large game hunting takes place here every year, while waterfowl fly overhead during migration season. From a hardwood tract on the Amite River to a little cypress farm to hunting on the Mississippi River with some acres flood tendencies, the bayou state has it all. 

Hunting Land for Sale in Louisiana

Looking for a tract of land in the bayou state? Browse the list of all current hunting land. 

Hunting land in Louisiana is a great investment. Whether you are looking for a hunting lease or buying hunting land, hunt on our properties or have us manage your hunting lease. We have the largest selection of hunts and land for sale in Louisiana. We have deer hunting, duck hunting, turkey hunting and fishing land for sale in Louisiana. Our website is updated daily so you can find the property that’s perfect for you!

Why Buy LA Hunting Land?

The state of Louisiana is home to the largest population in the South, with over 4 million residents, making it the 25th largest state in the U.S. The state has an abundance of natural resources that are readily available for you to enjoy—lush forests, lakes, coastal areas, and wildlife.

The presence of natural resources has made Louisiana a leading producer of oil and gas. Its location on the Gulf of Mexico also makes it a popular location for fishing enthusiasts.

The southern region of Louisiana is home to several cities, including Baton Rouge, Lafayette, and Lake Charles. Most of these cities are located near the coast and offer attractions like casinos, golf courses and beaches for your enjoyment.

Louisiana also offers visitors a variety of art museums, historical sites and other points of interest that are worth exploring while you’re in town.

Known as the Sportsman’s Paradise and rightly so. Many hunters travel to the state of Louisiana for its diverse terrain and abundance of wildlife. There are many hunting spots located throughout the state. Whether you like bottomland hardwoods hunting for ducks, deer hunting, turkey hunting, alligator hunting, 100 acres of pasture for dove hunting, you will find something to your liking in Louisiana.

Get in touch with Doug Rushing Realty real estate agents the average price of Louisiana land parcels with great potential. Let Rushing Realty help you find your favorite place on the Mississippi River, the Delta’s hardwood river bottoms with world-class duck hunting, recreational properties, Louisiana farms with fertile farmland, a nice hardwood tract. Doug Rushing Realty and Landsource can help you find that beautiful property of duck hunting combo tract in our Louisiana sportsman home. Leave the classified ads alone and let a buyers’ agent like the Rushing Agency help you. If you did not find the listing or information you were looking for try our sister site Texas Landsource and see what our great Texas neighbors have to offer.

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