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  • 1016 +/- acres Recreational & Timber Property in Burke County, Georgia
  • Located just 15 miles from Augusta Regional Airport
  • 4+/- acre pond and duck hole
  • Great recreational property for whitetails (140 class deer taken), turkey, hogs, ducks and doves
  • Established food plots & baiting sites throughout
  • 20+ year old planted pines
  • Duck swamp with several cypress slews
  • Numerous high quality elevated box blind stands
  • Great roads throughout with excellent topography
  • Also available, Old River Road private equity hunt club 1/22 share (undivided interest) of adjacent 2,700 acres with Savannah River frontage. Guests allowed, full contiguous access. $185,000


CJ Brown

CJ Brown


Jon Kohler

Jon Kohler

Mobile: 850-508-2999

Riverbluff Hunt Paradise

Recreational & Timber Property in the Central
Savannah River Area (CSRA) Located Just 15 miles
SE of Augusta, GA….

Riverbluff Hunt Paradise is a 1,016+/- acre recreational and timber property located just 15 miles from the Augusta Regional Airport in Burke County, Georgia off of River Road in the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA). This is a great recreational property for whitetails (140 class deer taken), turkey, hogs, ducks, and doves. It has 20+ year old planted loblolly pines, a 4-acre pond, duck hole, established food plots, great roads throughout, and numerous high quality elevated box blind stands.

The property lies within the path of some of the best whitetail hunting in the Southeast. It has been managed for high quality deer hunting with trophy bucks taken in the 140s B&C. Turkeys have benefited from the extensive whitetail management practices and are prolific on the property offering excellent opportunities to bagging a big gobbler. Established food plots and high quality elevated deer stands have been placed with care creating easily accessible hunting areas and whitetail sanctuaries throughout.

The east end of the property has a unique shelf where it transitions from plantation pines to an entirely different ecosystem filled with cypress heads and oaks adding to the diversity of this property.

The contiguous Old River Road club is actually on the Savannah River, Riverbluff offers a buyer a rare opportunity for a 4.5% (1/22) share (undivided interest) of the contiguous 2,700 acres that includes Savannah River frontage, and this combined with Riverbluff would allow access to over 3,716+/- acres in total. 3,716 total acres $2,420,200 (1,016 acres 100% private interest and 2,700 acres undivided interest in shared equity club). $2,200 per acre for 1,016 acres and $185,000 for 4.5% (1/22) share undivided interest in 2,700 acres. Perhaps the biggest bang for the recreational and timber dollar we have ever seen.

Agents's Comment
“Riverbluff has everything that a sportsman like myself could desire, and not to mention the straightest pine trees I’ve seen recently. At a bargain price, a buyer can step into a well-managed herd of trophy whitetails, high turkey populations with excellent habitat, dove fields, and even a few prime duck hunting holes. You can clearly see that the stewards of this property had the goal of high quality recreation and hunting in mind. Not to mention, I can be at the Augusta airport in 15 minutes to pick up my friends when they come to enjoy the property with me.”

- CJ Brown

“This is loblolly country and big buck country. In my career I have never, ever, seen the consistent pole quality loblolly timber that I see at Riverbluff. The terrain here has great roll, the soils are fertile and the deer are exceptional. I can’t imagine anywhere for $2,200 per acre, someone could get a bigger bang for the recreational or timber dollar. I know that one of my favorite things to do is take my boys and friends out for a drive in the jeep or atv, see lots of new country, and lots of varied habitats. This makes owning property a year round fun. Riverbluff has all of that and more. At approx. 3,716 acres, my biggest concern is my friends getting lost!”

- Jon Kohler

“Burke County may best be known for one of its oldest traditions, hosting some of the largest field trials for bird dogs in the world. The pastime has earned Waynesboro the title, Bird Dog Capital of the World. … Back in the early 1920's, some of the state's elite, such as Ty Cobb, Bobby Jones or Coca-Cola magnate Robert W. Woodruff, could be found among those at the Anthony Wayne Hotel celebrating the latest derby winner. The trials hosted there include the largest open shooting dog competition in the world and one of only three derby championships that qualify a dog for the national championship.”

- Burke County Chamber of Commerce

1,016+/- acre Riverbluff Hunt Paradise is Now Available

$2,123,440 ($2,090 per acre)