Hunting Land for Sale in Bayboro, Pamlico County, NC! Have you been looking for the perfect hunting and timber tract in Pamlico County? This 50.29-acre hunting property has a solid stand of 18-20 year old pines, great frontage on Meekins Rd, and is loaded with Deer, Bear and small game. Call Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720 today!
50.29 acres of Hunting Land for Sale in Pamlico County NC! Located on the southern curve of Meekins Rd off Hwy 304 near Bayboro, NC this great little timber tract has everything you need for an affordable honey hole in Downeast NC.
The property consists of 18-20 year old pines and hardwood browse that provides ample cover for Whitetail Deer and small game and there is no shortage of Black Bear in Pamlico County.
The Bay River and the waters around Jones Bay are known for excellent fishing in the spring and summer months and fantastic waterfowl hunting in fall and winter. The boat ramp at Hobucken Marina is a short drive away and there is always plenty of bait and supplies available at Mayo Seafood just under the bridge to Lowland. If you are looking for a great spot to enjoy some outdoor recreation and that laid back coastal lifestyle then this is the spot for you.
Settled in the early-eighteenth century by Welsh, Swiss, French, English, and German immigrants, Pamlico County was originally occupied by the Algonquian and Pampticoe (or Pamlico). These tribes referred to their land as TaTaku or where the land and the sea meet the sky. The Pamlico tribe nearly dissipated after a smallpox endemic in 1696. John Lawson, on his excursion through the Carolinas, found only fifteen survivors in 1709. Many Native Americans, including the Pamlico, left the region and joined the Tuscarora after the Tuscarora War (1711-1713).
The immigrants who settled present-day Pamlico endured a tough journey due to the colonys isolated location and the many rivers and tributaries that made land travel difficult. A peninsula bestrewn with numerous rivers, bays, and creeks, Pamlico is located on the coast of North Carolina, and it is named for the Pamlico Sound that borders the county to the east. In addition to its vast coastline, Pamlico holds other natural characteristics such as Deep Run, Dawson Creek, Bay City Pocosin, and Cedar Island.
Established in 1872, Pamlico was originally part of the Craven and Beaufort counties. Due to its location on the coast of North Carolina and its tributaries, Pamlicos county seat is named Bayboro. The seat was incorporated in 1881, named for the Bay River. Pamlico holds other communities and towns such as Arapahoe, Vandemere, Hobucken, Oriental, Pamlico, and Mesic. (https://northcarolinahistory.org/encyclopedia/pamlico-county-1872/)
For more information about this and other Hunting Land in Pamlico County NC, contact Billy McOwen at 252-305-6720, by email at BMCOWEN@MOSSYAOKPROPERTIES.COM or you can see all our listings at MOPLANDMAN.COM.