Cascade Timber Ranch is located along Corral Creek Road, just 10 minutes from the heart of Cascade, ID, or 45 minutes to McCall. The city of Cascade is situated on the east side of Lake Cascade where it meets the Payette River, about 75 miles north of downtown Boise, Idaho. 

Acreage:

The property consists of 640± deeded acres, in two individual parcels of 320± acres each. Corral Creek runs through from east to west. The creek drains snowpack from the North Fork Mountain Range, east of the property. Corral Creek Road follows the path of the creek, leading to Corral Creek Reservoir on nearby private land. Corral Creek feeds 2 ponds which are located on the western side of the property. One pond is year-round with a fish population, and the other pond is seasonal. The land has level to rolling topography, with elevation ranging from 4,800’ to 5,270’ at the highest point. Dirt roads run throughout the land, providing access to much of the property for maintenance and recreation.

Operation:

The property is currently used to grow timber and graze cattle. While a timber cruise has not been performed recently, a consultant has estimated marketable timber at around two million marketable board feet (2 MMBF). The seller grazes around 30 cow/calf pairs per season. Additionally, 95% of Mineral Rights are included with the sale.

Recreation:

With a mixture of timber, meadows, and a year-round creek, the property offers great wildlife habitat. Elk, mule deer, and wild turkey are common to the area, along with a variety of other large game animals. The property is a great place to hunt, hike, ride horses, or ATVs, or fish in the pond. Several alpine lakes and reservoirs are nearby including Lake Cascade, Horsethief Reservoir, and Warm Lake. All of these provide incredible opportunities for fishing, hunting, and camping in one of Idaho’s most beautiful areas. 

Area the Cascade Area:

Cascade is a small rural town that serves as the seat of Valley County, and its lake is known as “The Mile-High Playground.” Lake Cascade contains perch, trout, bass, and salmon and even boasts a winter ice fishing season for year-round angling. In addition to fishing, the lake is widely used for boating and other water sports.

The ranch is located within easy driving distance to several of the northwest’s famous protected forests, such as the Sawtooth, Payette, and Salmon-Challis National Forests, and about 1 1/2 hours from Idaho’s capital city of Boise for easy access to all big-city amenities. Valley County is home to over 300 alpine lakes several major rivers, making this an outdoor paradise. Whether you are looking to fish, hunt, ski, or boat, there are an array of recreation activities to choose from. Whitewater sports are a popular pursuit along the Payette River Basin, with routes ranging from relaxing floats to challenging rapids. The McCall area is a haven for winter sports enthusiasts with multiple ski resorts!  The area is also home to great elk, deer, and other big game hunting.26. 

Price:

$5,350,000

The land is also offered as two, 320± acre parcels, which are can be purchased individually at $2,970,000 each.

Comments:

Don’t miss this chance to purchase your own perfect piece of Idaho, complete with timber, meadows, a year-round creek, and a fishing pond. The sale may be subject to moving the road and zoning approval if needed.