Saddle Ranch, Oregon
Property Types: Vacant Land, Ranches, Cabin, Recreational, Timber Land
Activities & Amenities
The Beautiful Ranch is located Southern Oregon 12 miles west of Lakeview Oregon. A unique and rare historical cattle ranch and recreational and wildlife paradise. Combination cattle grazing land full of wildlife with miles of private hiking & riding trails. This ranch is an outdoors person dream. Hiking and riding trails go for miles through meadows, up on cliffs and hills of over 5800 feet in elevation. The property encompasses ponds, streams, springs, timber, irrigated pasture and meadow lands. Peaks and valleys contain Ponderosa Pine stands and Juniper. Native wildlife include Mule Deer, Pronghorn Antelope, Wild Turkey, cougar, grouse and an abundance of water fowl. Phenomenal views of the rolling terrain and vistas can be enjoyed throughout the property.
Near the eastern edge of Drews Reservoir, a 5,000 acre surface area lake. One of the most picturesque spreads in the county. This unique place is ideal for the avid hiker, rider, boater, wildlife enthusiast, or if you just like having your own piece of tranquility.
Good Water (in private reservoirs)
Turn-key cattle operation (lessor /operator in place) fenced and cross-fenced
Amazing Wildlife & Great Hunting
Prime candidate for conservation easement
Adjoining over 2 million acres of National Forest
Served by paved county maintained road
15 minutes to full-service town (Lakeview, OR)
15 minutes to county airport with a long runway. Dimensions: 5318 x 100 ft. / 1621 x 30 m Surface: asphalt, in good condition.
Just a few miles from Quartz Mountain Gold Deposit – the largest gold mine in Oregon
Lakeview, Oregon just 12 miles away has all the requirements: Restaurants, motels, stores, county seat, emergency services, airport, hospital & medical facilities and resorts. It is famous for hang gliding, ranching, hunting and outdoor recreation. Highlights include: Goose Lake, Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, Warner Canyon Ski Area, snowmobile trails, Mountain & Road Biking, Aspen Ridge on Quartz Mountain, Abert Rim, Christmas Valley Sand Dunes, Devil's Garden Wilderness Study Area, "Old Perpetual" Geyser, Fort Rock Cave, Gearheart Wilderness Area and Fremont-Winema National Forest to name a few. Find out more at (lakecountychamber.org )
The Property is about 12 miles west of Lakeview in Lake County. Lakeview is 14 miles north of the California boarder on highway 395. The extreme north western corner of Nevada is just over the Warner Mountains about 20 miles SE of Lakeview as the crow flies. To get to the property, take Dog Lake Rd (all season paved county road) 10 miles to the ranch entrance. The Lake County Airport (about 8 miles east) has facilities for private planes.
Lakeview has a typical continental Mediterranean climate on the leeward side of the Cascades. Summers are hotter than coastal western Oregon during the daytime, but the nights are cool. On average, there are 211 sunny days per year in Lake County.. The July high is around 85 degrees. The January low is 20. Little rainfall occurs during the summers, whilst the winters are cold if not severe given the latitude and elevation. Annual precipitation averaged 15.49 inches between 1971 and 2000. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 77.
The Ranch elevation ranges from 4,850 to 5,800 feet.