$2,750,000   •   709.72 Acres

This is a rare opportunity to own a legacy property that's located just 43 miles from the Spokane Int Airport. There is access off a paved road and is located just minutes away from the Porcupine Bay campground. The boat launch there will allow you to explore the 130 mile long Lake Roosevelt enjoying water sports and fishing for numerous species of native and hatchery fish. Just 15 miles from Davenport which is the county seat for amenitiesLandThe property consists of open meadows and is covered in Ponderosa Pines which allows the local wildlife to thrive. ImprovementsThere are roads throughout the property and power runs along both roads bordering the property and has power on a portion of the property RecreationPorcupine Bay Campground is a popular among campers and boaters alike. It is nestled amount ponderosa pines and shrubs along the Spokane Arm of Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area. Lake Roosevelt is a 130-mile lake of the Columbia River created by the Grand Coulee Dam in 1941. This beautiful lake was named in honor of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The recreational area around the lake provides numerous opportunities for wonderful time spending. Visitors enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, camping, canoeing, hunting and visiting historic places such as Fort Spokane and St. Paul’s Mission. The fish in the reservoir include native and hatchery rainbow trout, native and hatchery kokanee salmon, walleye, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, yellow perch, lake whitefish, mountain whitefish, brown trout, brook trout, burbot, sturgeon, cutthroat trout, bull trout, black crappie, pumpkinseed, brown bullhead, yellow bullhead, channel catfish.   Region & ClimateLincoln County has a mild climate year round. The summers are usually warm with temperatures reaching into the mid- to upper 80s during the day. The winters are mild and rarely reach below freezing temperatures. Precipitation is moderate throughout the year with an average of 14 inches of rain per year. Snowfall is also minimal in this area, only averaging around 3 inches per year. With these conditions, Lincoln is the perfect place for those looking for a mild climate.   HistoryThe history of Lincoln County has started long before white settlers. This land was popular among Indians, because a well-known Indian Trail extended from east to west. The most popular place of the overnight camping was near nowadays Davenport. The first white man came here in 1811 and for the next years this territory was well-known among fur traders who often crossed it. It should be also mentioned that Scotch botanist, David Douglas, came here in 1826. After this man the Douglas fir is named. In 1860s, this land was traversed by miners who headed to Fraser River mines. But the main industry of the county has become wheat farming. Lincoln County is the second most important producer of wheat in the State of Washington. Wheat was the first and the most important crop that was grown by the pioneer farmers. LocationLincoln County is located in the eastern part of the State of Washington. The territory of the county is 2,310 square miles. The climate of Lincoln County makes it perfect for agriculture and recreation. The population of the county is 10,301. Its’ largest city and county seat is Davenport.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Paul Valentine
Paul Valentine

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