Definitely don't put anything that you can't move. Lehman's and other places offer those "drive your own" well kits. Water would be the biggest concern.1 down fall in leasing hunting land is what if the owner gets forclosed on and you loose your rights. i wouldnt put any thing there that cant be moved. in my area its fairly high 600 acres go for $3500 a year and thats cheap.some are higher it would be hard to find small tracks of land for lease.most are more like 500++acres
I am still researching the hunting leases. I also found an off grid house with solar,compost toilets, water system with 2 1000 gallon tanks and wood burning stove. It is on 70 acres secluded down a 7 mile road. rent is $450 a month.