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Pennsylvania vacant wooded land with internal trails, abundant game and frontage on East Sandy Creek for sale. This spectacular property is a unique find for the recreational enthusiast. It is almost entirely forested with a mix of hardwoods and softwoods and much of the softwood is older growth hemlock that tower above the landscape creating a park-like environment. Couple this with the Sandy Creek Trail system that runs through the property on a paved trail for hiking and biking that also doubles as part of the North Country National Scenic Trail system and nearly a mile of direct frontage on East Sandy Creek and you have a fantastic multi-use recreational property.The East Sandy is known for its abundant catches of brown trout, smallmouth and largemouth bass along with the usual assortment of pan fish. A great swimming hole exists on the property near the southern end along a nice stretch of sandy shoreline. East Sandy Creek generally has Class II rapids on portions of it so is an easy paddle by canoe or kayak.With the abundance of cover types and hardwood mast and seedling food sources, there is plenty of evidence of well-used deer trails and rubs along with turkey scratching on the forest floor. In addition, State Game Lands #45 directly adjoins this property on the opposite side of East Sandy Creek.The Sellers only own the oil rights to the 49 acre parcel that is part of this ownership and will transfer those rights. They do not own the balance of the oil, gas or mineral rights so those will not transfer. The Sellers do have an active hunting lease on the property that can be transferred to the new owner or canceled at closing.The property has approximately 4,250 feet of road frontage on Tarklin Hill Road. Electric is available along road frontage.