This rural Oregon property sits high in the mountains near the Freemont-Winema National Forest. It sits at around 4,700feet and has a gentle slope. This listing is for two adjoining parcels being sold together. This would be a great spot for a base camp, family get away spot or possibly an off-grid homesite! Even though it does get cold in the winters, the area gets almost 300 days of sunshine, so many people here successfully opt for solar power! This property is rural, so if you are looking for a spot to get away from a busy lifestyle and relax in the peaceful clear mountain air, this may just be the spot!
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Neighborhood Profile #14 and #15 Cameron Rd In Oregon Pines Subdivision
Beatty, Or 97621
The owner may be willing to carry the financing on these two parcels that are being sold together for a total of 3.09 Acres in the Oregon Pines Subdivision!
Horseback riding, off-roading, hiking, hunting, fishing swimming, wildlife and bird watching, there is an endless list of outdoor activities that are popular here, but your favorite one may just be sitting and listing to peacefulness and breathing the clear air!
We did not have any trouble accessing the property. It would be best if you had a high-profile vehicle, as with all rural properties. The roads are compacted dirt, and the area is primarily volcanic.
This property being offered for sale is two adjoining parcels totaling 3.09 acres of peaceful, rural land to call your own!
It would be the perfect place for a family campsite and meeting place, a basecamp for outdoor activities, a place to come and relax and get away from a busy lifestyle, or maybe even that off-grid homesite you have been dreaming of!
If you were to build a home on the property, make sure and check with Klamath County and the local jurisdictions on the viability of your plans. Power is quite a distance away, so an alternative power source might be a more feasible way to go. The property would need a well and septic. With an average of over 300 days of sunshine per year, many people opt for solar. There are no building restrictions and no current HOA.
The small community of Sprague River is just 15 miles away, where they have a post office, deli, convenience store, and a few small shops. The Sprague River winds through town as it makes its way through the lush valley.
It is rural here, but you are still not too far away from places to get supplies and medical care. The city of Klamath Falls is just 55 miles away. They have an airport, the state-of-the-art Sky Lakes Medical Facility, large box stores like Walmart and Home Depot, as well as small stores and shoppes. The have excellent restaurants, an active night life, and Klamath Falls is a hub for cultural, artistic, music, and agricultural activities. They also have a community college, and Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT).
With this property being so close to the National Forest, (about 3 miles) all of the outdoor recreation this area has to offer could be just out of your back door! You could bring your toys and ride for miles out here! You would be surrounded by nature, clean air, and all of the peaceful quiet and serenity a rural property can offer! Give us a call to get more information about this rare opportunity to purchase these two adjoining parcels!
If you are interested in this property and would like more information, please call us! Our office number is (541) 405-4145 or you can email Robert: Robert@cascadelandandhomes.com or call Robert's cell phone (541) 990-7533.
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GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 42.5443, Longitude: -121.3830
*This property is actually closer to the community of Sprague River ( 14 miles ) than it is to Beatty, (26 miles) but the address of the property is in Beatty, Oregon, so we calculated the milage distances from Beatty.
|DISTANCE FROM: ||Beatty |
|TO: || |
| || |
|Agency Lake, OR ||45 miles |
|Bend, OR ||150 miles |
|Boise, ID. ||381 miles |
|California Border at Malin, OR || 38 miles |
|Chiloquin, OR ||39 miles |
|Collier State Park, OR || 44 miles |
|Corvallis, OR ||229 miles |
|Crater Lake, OR ||75 miles |
|Crescent Lake, OR ||109 miles |
|Diamond Lake, OR ||98 miles |
|Eugene, OR ||185 miles |
|Grants Pass, OR ||145 miles |
|Klamath Falls, OR ||40 miles |
|Klamath Wildlife Refuge, OR ||53 miles |
|Kla-Mo-Ya casino, OR ||42 miles |
|Madras, OR ||192 miles |
|Medford, OR ||119 miles |
|Mt. Shasta, CA || 121 miles |
|Newberry National Volcanic Monument ||150 miles |
|Oregon Coast at Brookings ||241 miles |
|Portland, OR ||291 miles |
|Prineville, OR ||184 miles |
|Redmond, OR ||166 miles |
|Salem, OR ||248 miles |
|San Francisco, CA ||395miles |
|Sprague River, OR ||14 miles |
|Three trails OHV System, OR || 101miles |
|Willamette Pass. OR || 117 miles |
| *Distances are approximate* |
| || |
|Nearest Major Airport Locations: || |
|Crater Lake / Klamath Regional Airport ||40 Miles |
|Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport ||118 Miles |
|Roberts Field, Redmond, OR ||165 miles |
|Eugene Airport ||185 Miles |
|Nearest Local Airport locations || |
|Chiloquin State Airport ||38 miles |
|Butte Valley Airport ||66 Miles |
|Ashland Muni-Sumner Parker Airport ||100 Miles |
|Bend Municipal Airport ||156 Miles |
* Contact Airports for rules, regulations, schedules,
requirements and availability*
Klamath County parcel map showing both lots, #14 and #15 totaling 3.09 Acres.
The trees you see from the back side of the property were burned in the Bootleg Fire of 2021. The land is beginning to recover and small trees and grasses are coming back. Some of the trees are showing signs of recovery. The spring should bring all of the wildflowers back that typically emerge in early spring. The wilderness has a miraculous way of recovering!
Although not on this property, there are many natural springs in the area! This property would need at well and septic if you were to build. Make sure you check with the county and local jurisdictions on your plans for your property. Many people here opt for solar power, as it is quite a distance away to bring grid power. With the volcanic landscape here, the wells vary quite a bit in depth.
This is a County map showing the location of the properties within the subdivision. These maps show the approximate location, they are not surveyed points. The blue area on the may is a National Wetlands Inventory designated seasonal wetland area.
The property has a gently slope upward and is mostly cleared of trees. The land is primarily volcanic. The air is clear here, at night there is almost no light pollution, and stargazing is spectacular! One of the things that struck me the most while standing on the property is how quiet it is! You can hear the wind, and a few birds, a very far away dog barking, but mostly just the quiet peacefulness of the natural landscape that surrounds you here!
This elevated view is from Google Earth to better get an idea of the shape of the properties and the surrounding terrain. These maps show the approximate location, they are not surveyed points.
The views from this property across the high desert give you that "Old West" feeling. It is VERY rural here. The nearest city with large stores and medical care is Klamath Falls, which is about an hour away.
The property is easily accessible on dirt roads. We had no trouble finding the property. We did not need our 4 wheel drive when we were there, but as with all rural properties, a high profile vehicle would be advisable.
The area is known for being on the Pacific Flyway for migratory birds. Over 400 species of birds make their way through the area, including bald eagles! The Klamath Basin has the largest congregation of wintering bald eagles in the lower 48 states! You can also see sandhill cranes, geese, ducks, songbirds, and pelicans!
This is a drone photo taken from above the property. Looking out across the Sprague River Valley and the surrounding foothills. The air is so clear here you can see for miles and miles!
Animals you may see here are bald eagles, mule deer, rocky mountain elk, mountain lions, wolves, black bear, coyote, racoons, squirrels and many, many others. There are hundreds of species of migratory birds that stop in the area. Fishing is primarily for rainbow trout, brown trout, lake trout and kokanee salmon. The nearby rivers offer world-class fly fishing!
The USDA growing zone for this area is 6a, so you may need to cover your early spring garden starts. The winters do get cold here, but since it is high desert here, the snow fall isn't too significant, even with the 4,700 foot elevations. The summers are warm are pleasant.
There are many clear mountain rivers and lakes in the area that offer fantastic fishing, wildlife watching and playing in the water! The Sprague River is about 15 miles from the property, and the Sycan River, which is a tributary to the Sprague, is only about 7 miles away!
The area that surrounds this property has unlimited outdoor recreation possibilities! OHV, horseback riding, hiking, camping, mountain biking, skiing, however you like to enjoy the outdoors, there is likely a place nearby to do what you love! There are millions of acres public lands to explore, pristine alpine lakes and clear mountain streams, unspoiled waterways and fresh air. Come explore the area when you visit the properties, we are sure you will fall in love with the gorgeous landscapes and down to earth friendly people here.
Being within the rain shadow of the mighty Cascade Mountains, allows the area to be drier than the interior valleys of Oregon. It is considered high desert and the area gets over 300 days of sunshine per year, and many people in the area opt for solar.
Our office number is (541) 405-4145 or you can email Robert: Robert@cascadelandandhomes.com or call Robert's cell phone (541) 990-7533. Don't let this exciting opportunity pass by!
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