Hunting Land for Sale or Land for Lease

Hunting land for sale and land for lease are listed in the areas below for the United States and Canada. Just pick the state or providence and see if we have property listed for that area. As more people list the land for sale or land for lease, then the list for each state or providence should increase.


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United States Land for Sale or Land for Lease

Hunting land for sale and land for lease in the United States. Each link listed below is to a webpage that is there for land owners to list their property for sale or for leasing.

Land for Sale / Land for Lease

Land for Sale / Land for Lease




Canada Land for Sale or Land for Lease

Hunting land for sale and land for lease in Canada. Each link listed below is to a webpage that is there for land owners to list their property for sale or for leasing.

Land for Sale / Land for Lease

Land for Sale / Land for Lease

  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland / Labrador
  • Northwest Territory
  • Nova Scotia
  • Nunavut
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Quebec
  • Saskatchewan
  • Yukon




Tips When Looking for Hunting Land

When looking for hunting land for sale or leasing land there are several tips you want to keep in mind. These are just a few and we hope they help you when looking for property.


Tips When Looking at Hunting Land for Lease

  • You should meet with the owner of the land you want to lease, so he can show you where the boundaries of the property lay, and see that there is “No Trespassing” signs to keep other hunters off the land.

  • When leasing land you should put up your own “No Trespassing” signs if you are allowed to.

  • You should look at an aerial map to see how the lay of the land is that you want to lease. For example know where the hills, creeks, valleys, and woods are all located on the property.

  • Investigate how the hunting land was used over the last 5 years. Has it been extensively hunted over the last couple of years? If so, this may leave very few animals for you to hunt.

  • Make sure the leasing agreement covers all the important points that are most important to your needs as a hunter.

  • Are there existing deer stands or blinds on the land that you can use?

  • When leasing hunting land you should know where all access roads are on the property. This is important not only for maneuverability, but for emergencies as well.

  • When leasing land you will want to make sure the land has animals to hunt in it. Some large areas are completely void of larger animals such as deer or bear because they have been hunted heavily in that area.

  • Is the land being farmed with crops on any part of it? This would be a food source for animals and gives the leased land a better chance of having many animals to hunt.

  • Has the land you are going to be leasing been timbered in the last year of trees and brush? This would allow longer shots in wooded areas on the leased land.




    Tips When Looking at Hunting Land for Sale

  • You should know where the boundaries are by hiring a company to survey the hunting land for sale.

  • Look at an aerial map of the hunting land that is for sale. This will not only show you the property as a whole, but what surrounds the property you are interested in. There may be homes or buildings very close to this land and could cause problems with clear shooting.

  • Research the history of how the hunting land this is for sale was used over the last several years. If it was hunted extensively then you may have to wait a few years before animals are plentiful in that area again.

  • Research the land owners of other properties that border the hunting land that is for sale. This could bring to your attention potential problems that you would normally want to avoid when buying property.

  • Make sure you know where all the roads on the property are. Not all hunting land that is for sale has good access to the property. This sometimes can cause problems in itself.

  • Is the land being farmed with crops? This is a good sign that the hunting land that is for sale will have animals that are use to feeding on this property.

  • Are there any barns or other buildings that come with the land that is for sale? They can be used for storing your supplies and feed for bait for some animals.

  • Has the land been timbered of trees or brush in the past year? If the hunting land that is for sale has been timbered then it will mean longer shots when on a hunt.




    Be Careful When Looking at Land for Sale or Land for Lease

    Whether you are looking for hunting land for sale or hunting land for lease, we at hunting trips hope we have helped in your search some small way. Please keep in mind that this is a “Hunting Directory” and the links we have listed in Hunting-Trips-R-Us are for advertising purposes only. When looking for hunting land for sale or hunting land for lease, please look at the property very closely before making any decision.



    Choose a State for Your Hunting Trip

    As you pick the hunting land for sale or land for lease, consider the lay of the land. This property will have to offer the things that you feels are the most important when your hunting. So pick the hunting land that is for sale or land that is for lease very carefully. Hunting-Trips-R-Us wants you to enjoy hunting and hopes we have helped in some small way.