Avalon Timberlands is located in Jefferson County, Florida, just eight miles south of the county seat, Monticello, and 20 miles east of the city limits of Florida’s capital, Tallahassee. The region’s well-established forest product market offers a competitive base of outlets all within reasonable haul distances. The majority of the access points are along WPA Road and Turkey Scratch Road with convenient access to I-10, US-19, HWY 27, and CR 257.
The property borders, or is in close proximity to, a significant number of large recreational and agricultural properties, including some of the most well-known wing shooting plantations of the Red Hills, a region that spans between Tallahassee and Thomasville.
Tallahassee International Airport is 35 minutes west of the property offering both private and public air transportation.
The Red Hills Region has a subtropical climate and offers long warm summers and the most pleasant and mild of winters. Between November and March, the temperatures average 68 degrees and low temperatures on average are 43 degrees. Rainfall usually peaks in March and during the summer months, with average annual rainfall of 54 inches.