In these difficult times, if you are looking for a secure and secluded area to social distance, this property is it! This recreational retreat is an entirely self-sufficient, 3 bedroom/2 bath house on 83 ± acres of woods and swamp. It has a private well and septic, and a Generac generator powers the whole house. The outdoor enthusiast will enjoy hunting for abundant deer, turkey, and hogs and fishing in the two small ponds on the property. The property is part of the Tiger Island Sportsman’s Club Owners Association, founded in 1990. It is over 7,000 ± acres divided into parcels ranging from 30 to over 100 acres, all of which are privately owned. Tiger Island has gated entries, and each owner is issued a key for both the Buck Trail (north) and Clayton Road (south) gates. Currently, annual road maintenance dues are $250 per parcel; adjoining parcels owned by the same person/group are $100 for each additional parcel. Tiger Island is located in Levy County just across the paved road from the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge and only 12 ± miles northeast of Cedar Key, Florida.