Items You Should Never Forget when Purchasing Your Bug Out Location
By Ken Jensen
Making an investment in
purchasing your property
requires critical thinking
Find quality bug out land to keep you
from making a costly mistake.
Quick but Amazing Tips to
Help Choose Your Land
Rain Catchment and Storage on Every Flat Surface
Swale Water Catchment if the Ground Needs More Moisture
With land can come trees! With trees comes firewood and
You can bury fallen trees during clean-up to add fertility later.
Outhouses or Port-a-Johns are extremely useful before
support systems are set up.
Consider these different items that you might
consider when you look at the layout of your property.
How You Should Access Your
The best way to access
your property would be a
paved county road or back
road. A large, maintained
gravel road would be the
next best thing.
This type of access is free
of typical through traffic of
highways or busy roads, but
is maintained enough that it
is easy to get to or from
If you don’t have main road access from
your property, you still need access to
your property through an easement and
Even before adding water to your
property, you may want to build a good,
solid gravel access to your
property. This access will make all other
Be careful of buying “Land
This is a property that is separated from access on all
sides by others’ land.
This will be a massive headache down the road. There
is a valid reason these properties are so cheap. The
owner doesn't want to deal with it!
Don’t Let Your Vehicle Keep
You From Using Your Land
Your first Bug Out Vehicle is going to be whatever you
have. Your vehicle must be able to access your
property, preferably in every season.