Do You Sell Vacant Land That Allows Hunting?


We do indeed have vacant land parcels that allow hunting. While we always verify zoning, we also recommend you do your own due diligence as well. 


Whether you can hunt on your vacant land depends on various factors, including the location and the specific regulations in place. Here are a few key points to consider:


  1. Local regulations: Hunting regulations are typically determined by state, county, or municipal authorities. It's crucial to familiarize yourself with the specific rules and regulations in your area. Some areas may have restrictions on hunting within city limits or certain zoning districts.
  2. Zoning and land use restrictions: Certain zoning designations may have limitations on hunting activities. For example, if your land is zoned for residential use, hunting may not be permitted. Review the local zoning ordinances to understand any potential restrictions.
  3. Minimum acreage requirements: Some states or jurisdictions may have minimum acreage requirements for hunting on private land. Ensure that your property meets or exceeds these requirements if they exist.
  4. Wildlife management: Depending on the location, you may need to participate in wildlife management programs or obtain specific permits or licenses to hunt on your land. These programs are designed to regulate hunting practices and ensure sustainable wildlife populations.
  5. Liability and safety considerations: If you allow others to hunt on your land or organize hunting activities, you may have additional liability and safety responsibilities. Understand the legal obligations and potential risks associated with allowing hunting on your property.


To get accurate and up-to-date information regarding hunting on your specific vacant land, reach out to the relevant local authorities, such as the state wildlife agency, county clerk's office, or local law enforcement. They will be able to provide you with the necessary information and guide you through the process of obtaining any required permits or licenses.


 If you’re thinking about buying a piece of land for hunting, let’s talk. Don’t settle. When you are able to clearly define what you are looking for we will work with you to find the perfect match.   

You can always reach us at or better yet give us a call or text at 724-888-5250 and let's talk about what you're looking for!

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