$5,600,000   •   3,552 Acres
1 br / 1 ba /

Incredible opportunity to own a sportsman's paradise outside Riggins, Idaho. With unbelievable views as far as the eye can see, this land offers timber, meadows, live water, and borders national forest. This exceptional property provides unparalleled privacy, scenic beauty, and abundant usable land, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. LandThis exceptional property encompasses 3,552 acres and includes 320 acres of BLM and state land that is landlocked. Bordering the Salmon River, national forest, and BLM land, providing unparalleled scenic beauty and privacy.  With elevations ranging from 2200 ft to 4500 ft. it also features multiple water sources, including springs, creeks, and Race Creek running through the bottom end of the property. Access is available via three different roads, and the property is equipped with underground power and partial fencing. Located in Hunting Unit 18, this land offers excellent hunting opportunities for quail, chukar, mule deer, white-tail deer, elk, mountain lions, bears and qualifies for Landowner Preference (LOP) tags. There are water rights from Race Creek and the multiple springs on the property. These can be used for stockwater and irrigation. The property includes an extensive gravel pit with thousands of yards of material. Enjoy immaculate and magical views of the expansive landscape. This land is perfect for those seeking a mix of adventure, tranquility, and the ultimate hunting experience. ImprovementsPerched atop the hill, this property features a versatile shop with living quarters, offering both functionality and breathtaking views. The building spans 1,000 square feet and provides ample storage for machinery and equipment. Equipped with power and water, the shop ensures convenience and efficiency for various needs. Inside the living quarters, you’ll find a full kitchen and a loft, along with a comfortable bedroom and bathroom. Additionally, a covered awning provides extra storage space, while a 12-foot roll-up door allows easy access for larger equipment. RecreationThis property offers excellent hunting opportunities for quail, chukar, mule deer, white-tail deer, elk, and qualifies for Landowner Preference (LAP) tags. The ranch is located in Hunting Unit 18. This unit is notoriously hard to get a tag for, so having the opportunity to obtain both an elk and mule deer tag every year is a significant advantage. Unit 18 has the following tag opportunities: Whitetail Deer – Over the Counter Tags Mule Deer – Draw Only Tags Elk – Draw Only Tags Black Bear – Over the Counter Tags With multiple springs and creeks, including Race Creek and Bean Creek, the land provides ample opportunities for fishing and exploring. Enjoy immaculate and magical views with timber and meadow landscapes, perfect for nature enthusiasts. The property borders the Salmon River, national forest, and BLM land, making it ideal for hiking, camping, and other outdoor adventures. Three different roads provide easy access for recreational vehicles and exploring the vast property. Additionally, the proximity to Riggins offers access to even more outdoor activities and amenities. The Salmon River is renowned for its incredible recreational opportunities. It offers excellent fishing for species such as steelhead, salmon, trout, and sturgeon. Additionally, kayaking and whitewater rafting is a popular activity on the river. Region & ClimateNestled in a canyon where the Salmon River and Little Salmon River meet, Riggins, Idaho, is surrounded by the rugged terrain and stunning landscapes of the Seven Devils and Salmon River Mountains. Adjacent to the vast expanses of the Payette National Forest and the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness, one of the largest wilderness areas in the contiguous United States, this area features deep canyons, lush forests, and abundant wildlife, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts and outdoor adventurers. Situated along U.S. Route 95, Riggins provides convenient access to other parts of Idaho and nearby states, serving as a gateway to numerous outdoor activities, including white-water rafting, fishing, hunting, hiking, and camping. Riggins experiences a semi-arid climate with distinct seasons. Summers are typically hot and dry, with daytime temperatures often reaching into the 80s and 90s (°F), but the low humidity makes the heat more bearable, and evenings cool off, providing relief from the daytime heat. Winters are mild, with daytime temperatures generally ranging from the mid-30s to mid-40s (°F). Snowfall is typically light in the lower elevations, with heavier snow accumulations in the surrounding higher elevations. The region receives an average annual precipitation of about 20 inches, with most of it falling in the winter and spring months. Summer and early fall are relatively dry, making it an excellent time for outdoor activities. Spring brings wildflowers and lush greenery, while fall showcases vibrant autumn colors. This unique blend of rugged natural beauty, diverse outdoor activities, and a climate that supports year-round recreation makes Riggins, Idaho, a remarkable place to live and explore. HistoryRiggins, Idaho, epitomizes the essence of the American West, blending a rich history with abundant natural beauty and rugged wilderness. Founded in 1892 during the mining boom, Riggins thrived as a hub for prospectors and loggers, drawn by the region’s wealth of gold and timber. Today, it serves as a gateway to outdoor adventure, offering whitewater rafting, fishing, and exploration in the nearby wilderness areas. While maintaining its frontier spirit, Riggins embraces modern amenities and industries, including tourism, logging, mining and agriculture, all against the backdrop of stunning mountain scenery and the iconic Salmon River.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Austin Callison
Austin Callison
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