Asking Price:  $2,000,000

Property Size:  1,622 Acres

Location:  Town of Woodbine, Camden County, Georgia

Category:  Hunting & Recreational Land, Investment Timberland

Speical Instructions:  Contact Hunter Brant directly to set up a showing appointment on Satilla Oaks

Broker Comments:

“This is truly one of the most unique and diverse properties we have ever had a chance to list. If you love pristine, natural habitat and an incredible place to relax, fish and enjoy abundant wildlife Satilla Oaks is a must see!”.

Hunter Brant, Listing Broker

Property Description

Satilla Oaks Executive Summary


Property Summary:

  •  1,622 total acres
  •  Located near Woodbine, GA., 15 minutes NW of I-95; 45 minutes north of Jacksonville Airport
  •  Electric on site
  •  Civil War era log cabin, formerly a school house
  •  3 natural freshwater lakes ranging from 5-20 acres
  •  1.25 miles on the Satilla River with white sand beach border
  •  Over 70 feet of elevation change
  •  876 upland, plantable acres, 58%


  •  22 + miles of improved roads
  •  Gated entrances
  •  Rustic Cabin with kitchen, bunk beds, wireless internet, and TV
  •  Pole barn
  •  Multiple wells on site
  •  10 acre natural duck pond with well
  •  2 acre floodable duck pond with well
  •  4 beautiful natural freshwater lakes with abundant fishing opportunity and wildlife
  •  Numerous feed plots – 1/2 acre to 2 acres
  •  Screened pavilion over looking Mineral Lake
  •  Fire breaks established – annual prescribed fire program in place
  •  Pine plantations and natural hardwood pine mixed forest habitat

Property Facts:

  •  Conservation Easement exists on approximately 1,100 acres of which the majority are wetlands conserved for the purposes of watershed protection and conservation of pristine old growth hardwood forest protecting the Satilla River.– Timber thinning and all recreational uses are allowed within the easement
  •  Remaining 500 plus acres are un-conserved and are majority uplands planted in pine plantations
  •  Timber value of $1.3 million according to 2013 cruise or $800 per acre with excellent site index– Potential sustainable revenue of $40,000 per year conservatively
  •  Georgia DOF subsidy for longleaf pine re-establishment – $75,000 in 2011

This incredible recreational property is listed for $2,000,000 or $1,233 per acre by Hunter Brant of Oakwood Realty Group.