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For $1.7 Million, You Could’ve Had an Abandoned Ohio Girl Scout Camp as a Hunter’s Paradise

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If a hunter’s paradise is what you seek, you missed your chance.

First off, let’s get real. Not many hunters out there can afford to drop $1.7 million on hunting land. However, on July 20th, several new landowners did exactly that when this incredible property was divided up and auctioned.

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Once a former girl scout camp, this land has everything any group of hunters would need. Ranging from pavilions, cabins, a large pond, and outdoor pool, you could bring your whole family for the weekend while you hunted

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Not all of the 282 acres went to a single person. As it was reported, one buyer purchased 80-acres, whereas the rest of the property was auctioned off in smaller parcels.

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As of today, one single bidder can still come in and take the entire property if they are willing to pony up more than $1.7 million. Located in Loundonville, Ohio, there’s a chance an investment company would be willing to look at this an opportunity.

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Seeing as where this property is located, it’s a camping and hunting capitol. Who knows, maybe somebody could turn it into an outdoorsman’s theme park.

Here’s looking at you Ted Nugent.

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For $1.7 Million, You Could’ve Had an Abandoned Ohio Girl Scout Camp as a Hunter’s Paradise