2,558± Deeded Acres
Meadow Creek exemplifies the finest hunting and fishing opportunities to be found in middle Tennessee. On the market for the first time in 50 years, this 2,558± acre property offers an abundance of wildlife that is rarely seen. A QDM program has been in place for several years producing trophy bucks year in and year out, and the turkey hunting represents the best of the southeast, which is a big statement. A unique feature is a three-mile common boundary with Fall Creek Falls State Park, a 26,000-acre wildlife sanctuary. The wildlife flock from the park’s safe haven to the managed food plots and grounds of Meadow Creek, allowing the property to support large populations of deer and turkey. Since the 1960s, much of Meadow Creek’s habitat has been managed for quail, and until the mid-1990s the current owners enjoyed the spoils of wild birds. Over the last twenty years a release program has been fine-tuned to offer a quail hunting experience that gives bird hunters a glimpse of the good old days. This is a true quail hunt that awards you with strong-flying covey rises. Meadow Creek also boasts a fantastic 65± acre fishery with a quaint cabin sitting on the lake’s edge. Meadow Creek is located only one hour from Chattanooga, two hours from Nashville, two hours from Knoxville, two-and-three-quarter hours from Atlanta and three hours from Birmingham. There are nearby airports for private aviation.
As a land broker, this is the type of property you crave to have the opportunity to represent. Meadow Creek is not just a good tract, but a great tract offering the finest recreational hunting and fishing opportunities in middle Tennessee. Every feature of this property complements the others, and collectively they produce a world-class sportsman’s retreat.