Private Retreat with miles of frontage on two, incredible creeks! Enter this playground from the cul-de-sac of a quiet, County Road. Travelers on wagons once used this road to get to the covered bridge that spanned Halawakee Creek. The bridge is long gone, but the stone columns and ramps are still visible. If those stones could talk, they would tell stories of the earliest settlers in the region. It’s hard to believe that a property can be so peaceful and be so close to the cities of Columbus, GA and Auburn/ Opelika, AL. The property entrance is only a 10- minute drive from Interstate 85 and U.S. Highway 280 in Opelika. The land is covered in a mixture of pine plantation, natural hardwood and cutover area that is regenerating. The terrain is gently rolling with established interior roadways. Two of the interior roadways are recently abandoned County Roads. They provide great access throughout most of the property. There is an abundance of Whitetail Deer and Wild Turkey on the property- likely due to the variety of habitat and the amazing amount of natural water. It will not take you long to pick out several fun, recreation spots along the larger creeks. The rock falls on Halawakee Creek are really, nice. If you are looking to bundle your home, hunting, fishing, and family play places into one property- I strongly encourage you to view this property soon.