Off-grid 40-acre recreational retreat with a log cabin completely surrounded by Salmon-Challis National Forest land. Yellow Jacket Recreational Retreat is located just a few miles from the historic Yellow Jacket mine and the Frank Church Wilderness area. This remote wooded haven highlights a pond, 1928 priority irrigation water rights, and mineral rights. Yellow Jacket Creek runs the full length of the property year-round. Land The property attracts a variety of wildlife such as deer, elk, moose, bear, waterfowl, upland birds, and grouse making it a great place to both enjoy nature and hunt. It is located in the highly desired hunting unit 28. 1928 Priority Water Rights 1 Driving Bridge Borders National Forest Land Meadow Mineral Rights Natural Springs Pond Year-Round Creek Wildlife Wooded Recreation The property is just a few miles from the historic Yellow Jacket mine. Other outdoor activities at your fingertips include hunting, fishing, swimming, or camping. Perhaps one of the greatest points of interest just 10 miles from Yellow Jacket Recreational Retreat is The Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area and Middle Fork Peak. This almost 2.4 million acre protected landmass features some of the most beautiful untouched wilderness in the country including the Middle Fork of the Salmon River and the Bighorn Crags. The Bighorn Crags is a group of granite peaks and alpine lakes that offers a variety of opportunities for those that love mountaineering and rock climbing. The unspoiled wilderness for Frank Church also highlights Ship Island Lake, which many hikers and backpackers like to visit while exploring the backtrails of the Crags Campground trailhead. Region & Climate North Fork, Idaho, experiences a diverse climate that reflects the region’s mountainous terrain and proximity to the Continental Divide. Located in the northern part of the state, North Fork is characterized by its four distinct seasons. Winters are cold and snowy, with temperatures often dropping below freezing. Spring brings a gradual thaw and the emergence of vibrant green landscapes, while summers are pleasantly warm, perfect for outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, and camping. Fall graces North Fork with a stunning display of foliage as the surrounding forests transform into a tapestry of red, orange, and gold. History Read about the history of the area in the resource link Location This private haven lies just 54 miles from the community of Salmon, Idaho. Things to do in the community of Salmon and the surrounding area include enjoying breathtaking landscapes along the Salmon River Scenic Byway, the Sacajawea Historic Byway, or the Lewis & Clark Back Country Byway. Winter activities comprise of skiing, ice fishing, ice skating, alpine skiing, or snowboarding at Lost Trail Powder Mountain. In the summer one can enjoy camping in the area’s abundant campgrounds, soaking in natural hot springs, hiking or mountain biking along the many nature trails, river rafting, or fishing along the banks of the Salmon River. The historic town has evolved over the years but still retains its small-town old West charm as witnessed by its downtown art galleries and custom local shops. Salmon has a deep history rooted in the lumber, mining, and ranching industries. Before it became a hub for these trades it was part of the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition. Vacationers can learn more about this epic adventure by visiting the Sacajawea Interpretive, Cultural & Educational Center which is located just 2 miles from downtown. Besides visiting the center, residents and visitors also enjoy local events such as the Lemhi County Fair & Rodeo, the Lemhi County Farmer’s Market, or the Annual Outdoor Beef Cook-Off.