Prairie City Hunting Land

Northwest of Prairie City, Oregon this property lies at the edge of the Malheur National Forest which backs up to the Middle Fork of the John Day River Forest.  Prairie City and John Day, Oregon are less than 20 minutes away.  Easy access along Forest Service Road 746 and Keeney Forks Road, additionally this paved road has winter maintenance.

450± acres of timber land mixed with meadows and without a doubt fabulous vista views.  A variety of timber including pine, fir, and other species are found on the property.  Hall Creek runs through the property in addition to Bear Creek which borders the property for a distance.   Both are year-round water sources. National Forest land borders the property to the north and west.  The varied terrain goes from steep mountain sides to gentle slopes leading to small meadowy areas.

Wildlife are attracted to the water sources and the grass for feed. Not to mention the timber and foliage for cover.  Elk, deer, and other big game are abundant.  What better way to enjoy the land than by ATV ride, a horseback ride, or even a  hike.

Located in the Northside #47 hunt unit, producing two Elk Land Owner Preference (LOP) tags.  As well as,  two limited (draw) Mule Deer tags for the property owner.  LOP tags are issued through the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife every year. 

Since there are no buildings on the property, a great place to start would be the graveled RV pad.  Needless to say, if you are in search of a place where you can live a simple life, enjoy the rugged countryside the Prairie City Hunting Land is the perfect place.