Located 12 miles northwest of Klamath Falls and 65 miles east of Medford, Oregon, the 2,841± West Klamath Ranch extends north from Porter Butte across a forested plateau overlooking beautiful Upper Klamath Lake. A lush hanging valley in the center of the property encompasses Bear Wallow, a 40-acre meadow rung by aspen and pine and full of wildlife. Aspen Lake Road traverses the property and connects with Highway 140 providing easy year-round access. Largely forested, the ranch features a long-term timber asset consisting of pine, fir and cedar, with approximately half of the property encompassing well-stocked pine plantation. The ranch offers good hunting for deer and elk and is eligible for four landowner preference tags. The views north across Upper Klamath Lake and east toward Klamath Falls are spectacular. West Klamath represents a compelling opportunity to own a large undeveloped property close to town offering recreation and long-term income potential.
Just the Facts
- 2,841± undeveloped acres 12 miles from Klamath Falls via Highway 140
- Quality timber asset with about half in well-stocked pine plantation
- Eligible for four landowner preference tags
- Perched above Upper Klamath Lake with terrific views to the north and east
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