The land in Maine you hanker, are after for hunting, tramping the woods for deer, bear, moose, birds does not have to be a big property acreage.
You only need a base to operate out of, to explore the area around the land in Maine you do buy.
But hundreds and hundreds of acres of Maine land is fun, a good investment to own.
But not needed.
Not like that in other states, like Pennsylvania.
Over and over hear from Maine land buyers, hunters from PA who say in their state, everything is posted no trespassing signs, off limits.
Keep out or else. And you need a hundred acres of hunting land to chase, look for the white tail deer there.
A hundred acres of Maine land is a big property.
But ho hum boredom sets in with the same hunt, stay put on just your own Maine land thinking.
And the four legged neighbors start to put their hooves, paws in their ears, stick out their tongues and tease you from across the border line, boundary of where your property ends, the one next door begins. Deer, moose bear talk and word quickly gets around you think you can only hunt on what you own for land in Maine. When you can move around, check new places for signs of game trails during your Maine hunting vacation.
91 percent of Maine is wooded. If you were wildlife, had four legs, this is the state you would want to be living in. With over 2500 lakes, ponds in Maine, and some pretty big water bodies, Vacationland offers more space, less people. That is a good combination for hunting Maine land. With land owner permission on private woodlots in Maine you can hunt, cross with ATV four wheelers and in winter, snow sleds. And on the way in to unorganized township this range that, thousands of acres of nothing but trees roll by the "heater hunter" trolling for something to put in the freezer for back home, out of state.
So if you are reading this from Pennsylvania, and wanting your name on the deed to some Maine land, bigger is not always better. Size matters but maybe we're talking about the thickness of your wallet. Sure the more land in Maine you buy, the lower the per acre cost.
So rounding up your sporting buddies, those friends and family that like to hunt, fish is a good idea in buying Maine land. For a group purchase of Maine land. Like wholesale buying a case of canned corn, not paying more for one can retail thinking.
Maine land, a couple acres with a cabin all you need. Unless you are thinking relocation, retirement in Maine, and wouldn't a hobby farm to use now for hunting, fishing trips be neat to own. With the idea of full time use when they give you the gold watch, pat on the back and ask for the direct deposit banking numbers for your Maine savings account. When your retirement checks follow you to Maine, Vacationland. Maine, much more than the tourism brochure hints at, shows in four color glossy brochures. You can get this kind of Maine special setting, scenery without owning hundreds of acres of ME land.
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