Land for Sale in Oregon
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Recent data from Lands of America records appromixately $5 billion in land and rural property for sale in the Beaver State. The overall size of Oregon land for sale is appromixately 705,000 acres. Of the 36 counties in the state, Klamath County had the most land and rural real estate for sale. There were 2,207 acres of sold land in Oregon recorded last month through the Lands of America sales program. This reflects a two percent increase in sales activity over the previous month, with a combined land value of $10 million for all property and land sold in the state. The most land sales in the state last month were recorded in Lake and Multnomah County. You'd be mad not to enjoy fishing in Oregon, which includes salmon and halibut feeding along the state's 363 miles of shoreline, and burly salmon and steelhead running the cool, snow-fed waters on the eastern and central parts of the state. Oregon's 11 national forests, 21 national wildlife refuges, 361 state parks and numerous other public lands mean outdoor adventure is never far from hand (or foot). Oregon ranks among the country's ten largest states in terms of size, covering an area of 98,386 square miles (63 million acres). In its entirety, 95,988 square miles is made up of land, while the remaining 2,391 square miles comprises water. Wildlife species to be found on land for sale in Oregon include geese, mule deer, ducks, elk, grouse, turkey, whitetail deer, bear, and quail. Anglers can enjoy casting for trout, catfish, salmon, and bass.
1,380 acres of outstanding hunting in a remote and private location outside. This slice of heaven was used hundreds of years ago as a base camp for the Native Americans. A large cave in the massive rimrock overlooking Pine Creek served as a main camp for the local Indian hunters. Accessed by a maintained county road, this great hunting and grazing property features jaw dropping Cascade Mountain views, incredible sunrise and sunsets and an excellent local population of Mule deer, Rocky Mountain elk and antelope. The wildlife find Indian Camp a favorite place to frequent as a natural spring, canyon meadow and broken rimrocks offer the ideal habitat for these trophy big game animals. The location is pretty convenient, too! Just 150 miles from
This amazing property is a true, hidden gem located in the ghost town of Ashwood, Oregon. The Oregon King Mine is believed to have millions of dollars worth of silver, gold, & other precious minerals yet to be unearthed. In the main shaft crystals & turquoise colored copper can be seen running down the walls. Even if setting up a mining operation isnt feasible for you to undertake, this near-200 acre property & old mining houses could be transformed to become a ghost town attraction! Buyer due diligence.
Would you like to live in the quiet town of Ashwood? This is your chance. Close to Ashwood school. The lot crosses Trout Creek. Check with County on rules on measure #49. May be made into two buildable lots. Must build dwelling in less than 10 years. Paved road fronts the property. If you want rural living, this is the lot for you.