Murray Creek Tract, Oregon
Property Types: Vacant Land, Timber Land
The Murray Creek Tract is a unique 221.96 +/- acre timbered parcel located on the slopes of the Wallowa Mountains. The property is abundantly timbered with an abandoned quarry. A waterfall now falls from the quarry site located at the end of a county road with breathtaking views of the Wallowa Valley below.
Recreation: The property is a recreationists dream with miles of mountain bike, dirtbike, and atv trails covering the property. The winter months would be exellent for backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. There's also a private trailhead that connects to the Silver Creek Trail that leads you into the famous Murray Basin. The property is a private inholding that is completely surrounded by the Wallowa Whitman National Forest not far from the Eagle Cap Wilderness boundary. The scenic waterfall has been the host of several weddings throughout the years. There's plenty of space to park as many RV's as desired near the waterfall.
Hunting: The surrounding area is common for mule deer, grouse, and rocky mountain elk hunting. The property itself, and the surrounding national forest, is a common hunting location. The property lies within the Minam Hunting Unit which often sees a 100% success rate for drawing tags eliminating the need for landowner preference tags.
Timber: This property is an excellent growing site with a much higher stocking than the average private parcel for sale in Eastern Oregon. A 2005 timber cruise reported an estimate of 1,949,000 bf of merchantable timber. The perdominant species are engelmann spruce, western larch, lodgepole pine, and douglas fir. Buyer to conduct their own due dilligence on timber inventory.
This is a unique opportunity to own a recreational property, with cash flow opportunities, located in a very desireable area near Enterprise, OR. It doesn't get better than that.