Illinois Hunting Land For Sale

Illinois Hunting Land For Sale

Illinois is still considered by most to be a part of the “Golden Triangle,” and if you can wriggle out a couple thousand acres for yourself in the enviable Pike, Adams, Brown or Schuyler counties, you’ll have yourself a piece of ground where record book bucks still roam in good quantity. Since Illinois is one of the top states where whitetail hunters want to be, we decided to show you some of the best hunting tracts available in the most coveted counties.

Pike County Seclusion With A Hunting Camp

The view from above the hunting camp and established trailways throughout this Pike County property.

A true hunter’s paradise – 102 secluded acres smattered with hard and softwoods in the Golden Triangle equipped with a camp ready for use. On this lightly hunted land, the deer have not been disrupted, allowing them to grow into true trophy bucks. There’s already a well-established trail system throughout the property for easy access in any direction. Three ponds and multiple streams add to the appeal for whitetail, along with heavy brush areas and ample locations for food plots.

This is a great property for someone looking to put in a little work for a big return. Plus, it has 23 acres of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land, which currently bring in $3,494 per year. For more information about this Pike County property, contact Aaron Milliken by email or phone at (217) 440-0353.

PRICE: $434,817

337th Avenue, Lot #WP001
Baylis, Illinois 62314

Schuyler County Hunting, Recreational And Income Earning Property

Easily access this Schuyler County property from the east and west sides from county roads.

If you’re looking for a private tract where turkey and whitetail have had the privacy to roam freely and without fear, this Plymouth, Illinois, property is for you. Several creeks run through, providing a consistent water source to the variety of wild game found here. You and your hunting buddies will be able to access the land from both the east and west side, directly off county roads, to arrive at the comfortable six-sleeper hunting trailer.

For added convenience, just outside the trailer is a storage building with a concrete floor. Thirty-seven tillable acres are currently being rented, which brings in $4,000 annually. For more information about the property, contact Aaron Millikin by email or by phone at (217) 440-0353.

PRICE: $440,000

8227n Center Ridge Road, Lot #WP001
Plymouth, Illinois 62367

Adams County Property: Hunt Where You Live

Enjoy the seclusion of farm living on this 40-acre Adams County property.

Among the rolling timbered hills of Liberty, Illinois, is a 40-acre property laid out ideally for hunting and farm-living for many years to come. With a well-established ATV trail system that allows for easy access to just about any part of the property, recreation is an added bonus to the wealth of hunting potential. A year-round creek runs through the property, and the acreage includes just over 10 acres of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land paying $1,691 annually, split between two fields.

But it’s not just the hunting land you’ll be buying. The property also comes with a well-maintained lodge with ample storage, a two-car garage, a steel roof and a partially finished mother-in-law suite downstairs. Within earshot of the house there’s a large Morton building (45’x72’x12’) for added storage with electric, perfect for a shop, machine storage or a second garage. For more information about this property, contact Tyler Sellens by email or by phone at (217) 440-0353.

PRICE: $340,000


299 E 200th Street
Liberty, Illinois 62347

Brown County Income Producing Farm And Hunting Land

Enjoy some fishing along the shore of the picturesque pond just steps from the main home.

Just inside the quaint city limits of Mount Sterling, Illinois, sits this investment treasure. The 52-acre property is equipped with a two-bedroom, one-bathroom home and separate storage and shop buildings – perfect for deer camp. The previous owners have already established a foot plot on the land where there is consistent sign of turkey and deer. The view from the main home overlooks a large pond with great fishing, and a second pond sits further from view. There are 16.5 tillable acres that currently bring in $2,800 per year, as well as Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land paying $900 per year and an additional potential for income in mature timber. For more information about the property, contact Aaron Millikin by email or by phone at (217) 440-0353.

PRICE: $290,000


Route 4, Box 173
Mount Sterling, Illinois 62353