Pioneerville Timber Acres

North of the original mining area townsites of Pioneerville and Centerville, this property lays among the timbered mountain tops.   Mostly surrounded by Boise National Forest and accessed from Idaho City or Garden Valley. Which are also the closest towns with essential services.  The main access road is Forest Service Road 382C. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s the area was booming with mining and many, along with this land, patented mining claims were established.  Although this land didn’t turn out to be where they struck any large veins, the potential is still there.  Pioneerville and Centerville populations were at their high in the 1860’s each reaching 3,000 people.  After gold and silver mining busted, the people departed the area leaving only a few old buildings. 

Mountainous terrain, timber, a spring and both perennial and seasonal creeks are found on this 39.41± acres.  The views are of thousands of wilderness mountains acres.  Forest Service Road 382C  is not maintained in winter months. Several old logging roads can be found on and around the property. The Independence and Saturn Lode patented mine claims are deeded and go with the sale.

Providing you the perfect spot to enjoy UTV trail riding, camping, hunting, snowmobiling, hiking, horseback riding, nature photography, mountain biking, not to mention mine exploration.  Being that the land was part of the Saturn Lode and Independence gold mines. Additionally, it is within the Idaho Fish & Game Unit 39.

The Pioneer Timber Acres is a great piece, which would make an excellent headquarters for lots of outdoor adventure!