Location: 

Russell Ridge Farmland sits on the Camas Prairie of Central Idaho in Lewis and Clearwater County. The property sits just south of Orofino and North of Nez Perce, Idaho. The ranch rests where open drylands farming fields are cut by timbered canyons with live water streams flowing through.   There are views of the Clearwater River Basin and beyond.  This property lies 65 ± miles from Lewiston, Idaho. Lewiston is the largest city in Central Idaho and therefore the economic hub of the area. The city offers all the services you could expect in a small metropolitan area including a regional airport that provides commercial and private jet services.

Acreage: 

Russell Ridge Ranch is 953.755± acres of farmland and canyon lands.  The property breaks up into four parcels.  All of the acres continue except for 237.61± acres that are located within a one-mile radius.  Approximately 623± acres currently produce Kentucky bluegrass because they are under lease to a high-quality farm operator. Bringing in $65,000 to $70,000 cash payment annually for the lease. As an active farm, Russell Ridge Ranch qualifies for Idaho farm exemption real estate tax status. The remaining land makes up the canyon land, draws, and washes. Many acres contain native vegetation and fir trees that then connect to Little Canyon. This creates marvelous opportunities for hunting and fishing on Russell Ridge Ranch.

A professional hunting guide rents Russell Ridge Ranch exclusively while the acreage is also leased to a high-quality farm operator.  There are two homesites that sit on the property. However, there is access to electricity on the northern property line close to one of the home sites and the seasonal pond. With county approval, there is a possibility for flexible home site developments and arrangements in addition to farming. 

Recreation:

On Russell Ridge Farmland one can hike, ATV, ride horses, hunt, farm, ranch, and have many other outdoor recreational adventures. The property provides ideal habitats for wildlife. Deer and elk frequent the farm, as well as game birds, coyotes, and the occasional bear or cougar.  This central part of Idaho is the place for those who enjoy making memories and having outdoor adventures.