Do you enjoy waterfowl hunting and fishing in the Currituck Sound Are you looking for an affordable recreational property less than 1/2 a mile from the boat ramp in Coinjock This tract has it all, great hunting for deer and bear, easy access to the NC Wildlife boat ramp, and a few hundred feet from the Coinjock Marina and Restaurant.
17.5 Acres of Recreational Land for Sale in Currituck County NC. Located on Waterlily Rd, in the heart of Coinjock this property has prime access to the NC Wildlife Ramp, as well as, the Coinjock Marina and Restaurant. This property is perfect for someone who enjoys fishing and hunting in the Currituck Sound and would like to have a home or cabin near the boat ramp for immediate access to their blinds or open water locations. A septic permit for a three bedroom home is on file.
Currituck County is best known for duck hunting, and a number of species can be targeted in the area including teal, pintails, mallards, black ducks, blackheads, ruddy ducks, buffleheads, canvasbacks, and redheads. Ducks are best found in various water-based habitats in the county, from open water regions to marsh estuaries and grassy flats.
Small and big game hunting is also popular in the county, particularly in the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge. Deer, feral pigs, squirrels, rabbits, and other smaller species can often be found, especially in the densely wooded regions. The bulk of hunting in Currituck County takes place along or in the Currituck Sound. On the mainland, hunters can explore the Hog Quarter Landing off of Spot Road, or the regions near Piney Island and the adjacent Church Island. All of these regions are located just off of US 158 and are easily accessible.
The Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge, a very popular hunting destination, can be accessed by driving down from the state of Virginia or by taking the 45 minute free Knotts Island Ferry, which departs daily 4-6 times per day from the town of Currituck. Note that the Mackay Island National Wildlife Refuge is generally open for hunters from 5 00 a.m. until 8 00 p.m. in season.
On the beaches, the best hunting is within the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge, which is divided into four distinct units. The South Marsh Unit is located at the southern edge of the refuge, close to the town borders of Corolla. This region includes several marshy islands in the sound. The Swan Landing Unit is located in the center of the refuge and is one of the larger on-land parcels. Though it borders the sound, there are a limited number of outlaying islands for duck blinds or concealed skiffs. The Station Landing Unit is the smallest parcel of terrain and is located close to the residential area of Carova. The Currituck Marsh Unit is almost strictly comprises of islands, which are among the largest in the region and border both the barrier island as well as the Mackay National Wildlife Refuge.
Please note that a boat or a 4WD vehicle is required to access the majority of the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge.
A complete map of the region, provided by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Ncwrc can be found online at Web Link listed above.
For more information on this and other Recreational Land for Sale in Currituck County NC, contact Billy McOwen at , by email at Email listed above, or visit us online at Moplandman/. Com.