LaBeuna Farms is one of the last privately-owned and working pine plantations in Northeast Florida. Highly productive pine tree growing operation, located in the scenic timberland country of northeast Florida. This area of Northeast Florida offers a unique hub for growing timber because there is direct access to pulp and paper mills, and sawmills, located within a 50-mile radius. The Georgia-Pacific Paper Mill is located just 10 miles south of the property.
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Last Verified: 05/29/2014
Property Type: Agriculture, Hunting, Mining, Timber
Location: US 17, Palatka, Florida, 32177
Frontage: 5,000 +/- ft on Sun Garden Road, 1,600 +/- frontage and direct access to US 17
Description: Timber Production: • 2,954 +/- acres of multiple stages planted pine stands: • 2,595 +/- acres of merchantable planted slash pine • 275 +/- acres of pre-merchantable planted slash pine • 84 +/- acres of plantable cutover • 850 +/- acres of merchantable natural hardwood, pine, cypress timber • Timber cruise report and timber type map available upon request Mining: • Portions of property previously mined and now fully reclaimed: • 1,252 +/- acres of reclaimed uplands planted in pines • 390 a+/- acres of reclaimed natural areas • 17-acre lake Excellent Hunting: • Existing long-term hunting lease, assignable or cancellable at closing • Abundant turkey, deer, quail, and other game • Ongoing game management program
Driving Directions: • From Palatka, go north on US 17 approximately 10 miles • Property and entrance gate are located on west US 17