The Leatherwood 33 is an all wooded property located in Parke County just west of Rockville, Indiana. This parcel is just west of Cooke Road and has a deeded easement off of County Road 100 S. This area has a number of new homes and offers country living just out of town. Several nice building sites are available on the south end of the property. Access on the property is unmatched with ATV trails leading to every corner of the property. A metal bridge is even present to allow access to the property on the west side of the creek. The creek, which cuts across the property from north to south, gives the resident wildlife plenty of places to drink year round. The acres that border the creek are rich and fertile and would make for some great food plots.The woods are rolling with a lot of nice trees for plenty of stand locations. The deer sign is everywhere in the form of rubs, scrapes, and trails that have been worn down from years of use. The many ridge tops produce a lot of roosting tress for the resident turkeys. Most of the neighboring properties are in tillable production that offers plenty of feeding opportunities for all sorts of wildlife. The rest of the neighboring properties are wooded. These wooded acres connect to several hundred acres of tillable and funnel wildlife across the area and through this parcel. For more information or to schedule a property visit, contact Land Specialist, Jeff Michalic, at the above email or give him a call at 812-230-4503.