The Oregon Ranch is located at:
HRC 58, Box 212
Long Creek, Oregon 97856
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Ranch is easily accessible off of state highway 395. As you can see
from the yellow boundary marker on the adjacent map, it sits in the
center of the Umatilla National Forest. This unique ranch is located
on the 45th parallel half way between the Equator and the North Pole.
This outstanding property is located in Eastern Oregon, 120 miles
South of Pendleton and North of John Day 40 miles.
The owner of record is:
Business Aircraft Sales Co., a Nevada Corporation
Business Aircraft Sales Co. Defined Benefit Pension Plan
the map of the region
|Property's legal description:
Twp. 7 S., R. 28 E., W.M.:
Sec. 25: S1\2NE1\4;
Sec. 36: All
Twp. 7 S., R. 29 E., W.M.:
Sec 7: Lot 12;
all that portion of the NW1\4SE1\4 and
Lot 13 lying northerly and westerly of the North Fork of the John
|Sec 18: Lots 4, 5, 7,
8, 9, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, & 21
Sec 19: Lots 4, 5, & 6
Sec 20: SE1\2SE1\4
Sec 29: E1\2; SW1\4; S1\2NW1\4
Sec 30: S1\2NE1\4; SE1\4; Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 14,
17, 18, 19, 20, 23, & 24.
Sec 31: NE1\4; N1\2SE1\4; Lots 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16,
17, 18, 19, 20, 22, & 23
Sec 32: E1\2; NW1\4; N1\2SW1\4
The assessor's parcels number are:
2200, 2101, 6000, 5801, & 1800
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Site Analisys Dimesions:
4508.05 acres + 1605 acres of BLM Lease that runs with the ownership of the property for posterity.
These 4508.05 deeded acres has approximately 21 miles of the John Day
River running directly through the entire property. Abundant timber exists
throughout. The land possesses majestic mountain ranges and there is an
abundance of wildlife. The absence of any structures lends character to
its openness and natural beauty. Access to the land is good and has been
improved in the last years. The natural calmness of this particular property
is extensive and very photographic. The abundance of water from the Middle
Fork of the John Day River attracts some of the largest Steel Head Salmon
and Rainbow Trout that Oregon has to offer, as well as Rocky Mountain
Elk, Big Horn Sheep, Deer and Antelope.
See the article on the neighboring ranch
There are no easements, reservations, restrictions, or leases of record,
and there are no adverse restrictions of any type on this property. It
is free and clear of any liens and of any encumbrances.
Highest and Best Use:
Farm and grazing, hunting and recreational with potential gas and oil
royalties and all mineral rights run with the ownership of the property.
In connection with this property there is a lease with the Bureau of Land
Management that runs with the ownership of this property. This additional
area amounts to approximately 1600 acres. The lease runs concurrent with
the ownership at no charge to the owner.
See the map of the proposed gates
Numerous underground artesian springs are located throughout the property.
The middle fork of the John Day River and the John Day itself run directly
through the ranch. There is over 21 miles of access to the river.
The entire ranch is protected under the Oregon Farm Use Act and has been
for over 25 years.
Unique Eastern Oregon:
It's a land of great diversity with majestic mountain ranges,
wide open plains, ancient rock formations, and uncounted plant
varieties. Still - visible from pioneer wagons traveling the
Oregon Trail and tell-tale tailings from early mining days
make it a land rich in history. Grant County is the land of
scenic contrast. Things just look different there. The dramatic
geological formations in the John Day Fossils Beds National
Monument are overwhelming.
Sagebrush and juniper dot the slops, the grassy valleys, pine
forest, mountain peaks and many streams, river, lakes, and
hot springs are in this area. Natural beauty and outdoor recreational
opportunities are abundant year-round. There are thousand
of acres of public land that offer backpacking, cross-country
skiing, snow-mobiling, hunting, fishing, horseback riding
or just scenic driving. This part of Oregon is the place for
just about any recreational past time. You can find challenging
golf courses, pristine camp grounds, thrilling rodeos, and
quiet hiking trails all within a short drive of each other.
This area is an ideal spot for hunters, such as game birds,
elk, deer, and even bear can be found throughout the region.
You'll need lots of film to try and capture the magnificence
of Oregon's natural wonders. Such as the deepest river gorge
in the Unites States, even deeper than the Grand Canyon, the
largest geological fault in North America. You'll see beautiful
alpine meadows carpeted in golden wild flowers, miles upon
miles of pine forest infused with sunlight, arid deserts dotted
with sage brush and loaded with wildlife, towering snowcap
mountains and one of the finest ski resorts in the United
States, Mount Bachelor. If Hill Ranch is your final destination,
then the adventures that await you are countless. "There
is just no other place like it!"