Shack on empty land?

I was recently gifted 13 acres of forest covered land in northern Pennsylvania. There is nothing on the land but trees. There is nothing around the area besides a few farmers. My dad has owned this land since the 1970s and has only visited it a few times. I was wondering if I could use it to camp or something with my kid. I’m wondering if I could carve out a path and an opening in the center of this lot and put up a shed or something. No power or water. Kind of thinking of this as a long term tent. I’m wondering if there are legal, tax, or insurance implications of doing this. Also I’m mildly concerned the locals may vandalize it in an attempt to keep outsiders out. Any thoughts?

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I was recently gifted 13 acres of forest covered land in northern Pennsylvania. There is nothing on the land but trees. There is nothing around the area besides a few farmers. My dad has owned this land since the 1970s and has only visited it a few times. I was wondering if I could use it to camp or something with my kid. I’m wondering if I could carve out a path and an opening in the center of this lot and put up a shed or something. No power or water. Kind of thinking of this as a long term tent. I’m wondering if there are legal, tax, or insurance implications of doing this. Also I’m mildly concerned the locals may vandalize it in an attempt to keep outsiders out. Any thoughts? submitted by /u/lgt155 [link] [comments]

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