Springfield Forest – 143 +/- acres is a beautiful recreational property is the perfect retreat for the outdoor enthusiast wanting a place to hike, hunt, watch nature or kick back and relax. The 6 acre field, old cabin, farm pond, hiking and ATV trails, long views of the distant mountains make for a nice place to invest in for the long-term.
Mountain wildflowers can be enjoyed every spring and summer including the rare “Ladies Slipper” and many others running the spectrum of mountain irises to daffodils.
There are about two miles of walking or ATV trails winding through the forest. As you walk along the trailsyou will find many ancient “heritage” trees. These trees were here when the homesteaders moved in during the late 1800’s and have withstood the test of time and the elements.
Wildlife is abundant in the area and include white-tailed deer, turkey, squirrel, rabbits and many species of song birds. Tree species include white oak, red oak, sugar maple, black walnut, hickory, tulip poplar, black cherry and mountain ash.
From Union, proceed south for 7 miles on Rt 219. Take a right in the sharp curve on the gravel unmarked Delta Route 10 (Baker Mountain Road 23/15. This road is directly across from the Humphreys Run Road. Proceed on gravel road for 9/10ths mile to a gravel drive to the right. Turn right and proceed down the private lane ¼ mile to the property. Property starts at the gate.
Real estate sign on gate.
Shown by appointment only.