80~Acres off Tableland Rd at The Foot of Cooks Mountain!

gorgeous 80~acre parcel on the slopes of 5,354ft cooks mountain! the property has multiple access points on compacted dirt roads. it is very peaceful here, just you and the wilderness that surrounds you! there are groves of mature trees, native shrubs including rabbit brush and sage, and native grasses. the rock formations and geology here are so interesting, and views of the surrounding foothills and valleys are just breathtaking! the property is just about 1 1/2 miles from thousands of acres of national forest! you could ride your ohv from here with easy access to forest road nf4433! bring your horses and use the property for a base camp, or you could possibly get a use permit from klamath county and build an off-grid cabin!
Gorgeous 80~Acre parcel on the slopes of 5,354ft Cooks Mountain! The property has multiple access points on compacted dirt roads. It is very peaceful here, just you and the wilderness that surrounds you! There are groves of mature trees, native shrubs including rabbit brush and sage, and native grasses. The rock formations and geology here are so interesting, and views of the surrounding foothills and valleys are just breathtaking! The property is just about 1 1/2 miles from thousands of acres of National Forest! You could ride your OHV from here with easy access to Forest Road NF4433! Bring your horses and use the property for a base camp, or you could possibly get a use permit from Klamath County and build an off-grid cabin!

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Lot 01300 off of Tableland
Sprague River, OR 97639
  • Price: $85,700
  • Square feet: 3,484,800

This large, 80-acre property sits at the base of 5,354ft Cooks Mountain in the wilderness of rural Klamath County. cooks mt

There are gorgeous rock formations and outcroppings on the property and views of the surrounding foothills and valleys as well as the tabletop peak of Cooks Mountain!

The parcel has groves of mature trees, low-growing sage and rabbit brush and native grasses. In the spring it is blanketed in wildflowers!

The shallow ravine that runs through the property has a seasonal creek that is part of the Chipps watershed.

At an elevation over 4,500 ft, it does get cold in the winters here, but the area receives around 300 days of sunshine per year! In the spring and autumn the nights and mornings are cold and crisp, but it warms up in the day, and the summer months are warm and pleasant.  

Grid-power is likely too far way to be a feasible option, but with all that sunshine, solar might be a good option for alternative power. If you check with Klamath County, and obtain a use permit, (it is currently zoned F) you may be able to build a cabin or off-grid home!  It would also need a well and septic. Although not on this property, there are many natural springs in the area.  

There is good access to the property on compacted dirt roads. We did not need our 4X4 but it would be advisable to have a high-clearance truck or SUV.

We did get excellent cell-service while at the property!  It is only about a mile and a half to the Fremont-Winema Nation Forest and forest road NF4433. There are miles and miles of roads that lead throughout the forest for access to outdoor recreation! 

Animals you may see here are bald eagles, mule deer, pronghorn, rocky mountain elk, mountain lions, wolves, black bear, coyote, raccoons, squirrels and many, many more!  

 

 

Most of Klamath County lies within the Pacific Flyway for migratory birds, there are hundreds of species of birds that stop in the area including songbirds, many birds of prey, sandhill cranes, and even pelicans! The nearby Klamath Basin is home to the largest congregation of wintering bald eagles in the lower 48 states!  

 

Fishing is primarily for rainbow trout, brown trout, lake trout and Kokanee salmon. The nearby rivers offer world-class fly fishing!

Klamath County has something for everyone in every season if you love the outdoors

 

Imagine owning your own 80-acres of this beautiful, rural Oregon land! There is so much room to explore, camp, use as a family gathering place, use as a base-camp for hunting, fishing or ATV/OHV or horseback riding adventures! It may also be possible to obtain a use permit and build a cabin or off-grid home! Call us for more information on this rare opportunity to purchase 80 acres of gorgeous rural Oregon land! (541) 405-4145 or email: Robert@cascadelandandhomes.com

 

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 These distances are from Chiloquin, Oregon which is about  25 Miles south west  from the property.

DISTANCE FROM:Chiloquin
TO: 
  
Agency Lake, OR6  miles
Bend, OR111 miles
Boise, ID. 390 miles
California Border 45 miles
Chiloquin, OR0 miles
Collier State Park, OR8 miles
Corvallis, OR190 miles 
Crater Lake, OR35 miles
Crescent Lake, OR70 miles 
Diamond Lake, OR59 miles
Eugene, OR145 miles
Grants Pass, OR110 miles 
Klamath Falls, OR27 miles
Klamath Wildlife Refuge, OR15 miles
Kla-Mo-Ya casino, OR4 miles
Madras, OR153 miles 
Medford, OR 85 miles
Mt. Shasta, CA 107miles
Newberry National Volcanic Monument112 miles
Oregon Coast at Coos Bay220 miles 
Portland, OR252 miles
Prineville, OR146 miles 
Redmond, OR127 miles
Salem, OR209 miles 
San Francisco, CA381 miles
Sprague River, OR25 miles 
Three trails OHV System, OR 62 miles
Willamette Pass. OR 78 miles 
                             *Distances are approximate*
  
Nearest Major Airport Locations: 
Crater Lake / Klamath Regional Airport37 Miles
Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport84 Miles
Roberts Field, Redmond, OR127 miles
Eugene Airport157 Miles
Nearest Local Airport locations 
Chiloquin State Airport1 mile
Butte Valley Airport53 Miles 
Ashland Muni-Sumner Parker Airport75 Miles
Bend Municipal Airport118 Miles

  * Contact Airports for rules, regulations, schedules, requirements and availability*


MLS Numbers:  RMLS #22598355 WVMLS #799916, FLEX MLS #220156638

Klamath County Coordinates: Latitude 42.5315, Longitude -121.4522

 


this is a klamath county parcel map of the 80~acre property. crooks mountain is to the east.
This is a Klamath County parcel map of the 80~Acre property. Crooks Mountain is to the east.

this is a drone photo of the side of cooks mountain. the western side of the property is in a gently sloping area where the road goes through with some flat areas, then to the east, it stretches up the mountain side toward the tabletop peak. there is a small ravine just east of the road that has a seasonal creek that flows through and is part of the chipps spring watershed.
This is a drone photo of the side of Cooks Mountain. The western side of the property is in a gently sloping area where the road goes through with some flat areas, then to the east, it stretches up the mountain side toward the tabletop peak. There is a small ravine just east of the road that has a seasonal creek that flows through and is part of the Chipps Spring watershed.

this is a google earth elevated view of the property looking westward. the property is fairly remote. the nearest town is sprague river, oregon which is just over 8 miles away. if you were to build here, you would need to check with klamath county on use permits and requirements. it is currently zoned fr. the property would need a well and septic and an alternative power source, grid-power is extremely far away and would likely not be a feasible. the area receives around 300 days of sunshine per year, so solar may be a good alternative.
This is a Google Earth elevated view of the property looking westward. The property is fairly remote. The nearest town is Sprague River, Oregon which is just over 8 miles away. If you were to build here, you would need to check with Klamath County on use permits and requirements. It is currently zoned FR. The property would need a well and septic and an alternative power source, grid-power is extremely far away and would likely not be a feasible. The area receives around 300 days of sunshine per year, so solar may be a good alternative.

the property has many mature trees, but there are clearings as well allowing for spectacular views and a wide open feeling. with 80 acres to explore, there are many possible building or campsite areas on the property.
The property has many mature trees, but there are clearings as well allowing for spectacular views and a wide open feeling. With 80 acres to explore, there are many possible building or campsite areas on the property.

this is a drone view from above the property looking out toward the sprague river valley and the foothills of the oregon cascade mountains.
This is a drone view from above the property looking out toward the Sprague River Valley and the foothills of the Oregon Cascade Mountains.

looking up at cooks mountain and the tabletop at the ridge. the property goes quite a ways up, so you can really see out across the countryside! as you descend the hillside, a  seasonal creek runs through, and the access road which is on the gentle slope at the foot of the mountain.
Looking up at Cooks Mountain and the tabletop at the ridge. The property goes quite a ways up, so you can really see out across the countryside! As you descend the hillside, a seasonal creek runs through, and the access road which is on the gentle slope at the foot of the mountain.

there is no light pollution here and the mountain air is clear and crisp allowing for absolutely spectacular nighttime stargazing. as you gaze out to the west, you can watch the sunset over the cascades and paint the sky orange and pink on those warm summer evenings.
There is no light pollution here and the mountain air is clear and crisp allowing for absolutely spectacular nighttime stargazing. As you gaze out to the west, you can watch the sunset over the Cascades and paint the sky orange and pink on those warm summer evenings.

the elevation is around 4800 feet, so it does get cold here in the winters. being in the rain shadow of the cascades, the area is considered a high desert, and doesn't receive the significant rainfall totals that the interior valleys of oregon receives. the usda growing zone is 6a, so if you plan to garden here, make sure you protect your starts from the late spring frosts.
The elevation is around 4800 feet, so it does get cold here in the winters. Being in the rain shadow of the Cascades, the area is considered a high desert, and doesn't receive the significant rainfall totals that the interior valleys of Oregon receives. The USDA growing zone is 6a, so if you plan to garden here, make sure you protect your starts from the late spring frosts.

it's just a short drive down to the sprague river and the lush green valley that surrounds it. the sprague river is a tributary to the willaimson river. there are small family farms and cows grazing in the valley. the river starts way up in the mountains before meandering through the valley and supplying water for the local wildlife. the locals tell us that it has excellent trout fishing!
It's just a short drive down to the Sprague River and the lush green valley that surrounds it. The Sprague River is a tributary to the Willaimson River. There are small family farms and cows grazing in the valley. The river starts way up in the mountains before meandering through the valley and supplying water for the local wildlife. The locals tell us that it has excellent trout fishing!

although not on this property, there are many natural springs in the area! it is just a short drive to the many alpine lakes and clear mountain streams of klamath county and the freemont-winema national forest.
Although not on this property, there are many natural springs in the area! It is just a short drive to the many alpine lakes and clear mountain streams of Klamath County and the Freemont-Winema National Forest.

roads to the property are compacted dirt and gravel. we had no trouble accessing the property without 4-wheel drive, but would recommend an suv or high-profile vehicle.
Roads to the property are compacted dirt and gravel. We had no trouble accessing the property without 4-wheel drive, but would recommend an SUV or high-profile vehicle.

the nearby williamson river is popular for fly fishing and all kinds of water recreation. swimming, rafting, floating, fishing, wildlife viewing or photography. whatever you love to do outdoors, there is likely a place nearby to do it! klamath county has recreational opportunities for every season of the year!
The nearby Williamson River is popular for fly fishing and all kinds of water recreation. Swimming, rafting, floating, fishing, wildlife viewing or photography. Whatever you love to do outdoors, there is likely a place nearby to do it! Klamath County has recreational opportunities for every season of the year!

it's just you and the wilderness that surrounds you out here! some of that wilderness is home to the local fauna, including, bears, mountain lions, rock mountain elk mule deer, wolves, fox, racoons, squirrels, and many, many others.
It's just you and the wilderness that surrounds you out here! Some of that wilderness is home to the local fauna, including, bears, mountain lions, Rock Mountain elk mule deer, wolves, fox, racoons, squirrels, and many, many others.

this is a drone view from above the property looking southwest. there are many rocky outcroppings and interesting rock formations on the property and the surrounding wilderness.
This is a drone view from above the property looking southwest. There are many rocky outcroppings and interesting rock formations on the property and the surrounding wilderness.

the town of chiloquin and hwy 97 is about 30 miles away, but it takes about an hour to drive. chiloquin has a few shops, a medical clinic, and a volunteer ambulance and fire department. hwy 97 stretches the length of oregon and connects the major cities of central oregon including, klamath falls, bend, and redmond. the city of klamath falls is about 45 miles away, and about an hour and a half drive. klamath falls has all the amenities of a larger city with big-box stores like walmart and home depot, and airport, sky lakes medical facility, great restaurants, and and an active night life.
The town of Chiloquin and Hwy 97 is about 30 miles away, but it takes about an hour to drive. Chiloquin has a few shops, a medical clinic, and a volunteer ambulance and fire department. Hwy 97 stretches the length of Oregon and connects the major cities of Central Oregon including, Klamath Falls, Bend, and Redmond. The City of Klamath Falls is about 45 miles away, and about an hour and a half drive. Klamath Falls has all the amenities of a larger city with big-box stores like Walmart and Home Depot, and airport, Sky Lakes Medical Facility, great restaurants, and and an active night life.

a quiet rural lifestyle awaits you here, with almost no homes nearby, and a full 80 acres to call your own! you could ride your quads, 4x4 or off-road vehicles or bring your horses and explore the area on horseback or hike the nearby freemont-winema national forest!
A quiet rural lifestyle awaits you here, with almost no homes nearby, and a full 80 acres to call your own! You could ride your Quads, 4X4 or off-road vehicles or bring your horses and explore the area on horseback or hike the nearby Freemont-Winema National Forest!

klamath county is the place for outdoor recreation lovers! with the millions of acres of public lands, dedicated ohv / atv trails, mountain lakes and streams, and snow-capped mountains, there is something here for everyone!
Klamath County is the place for outdoor recreation lovers! With the millions of acres of public lands, dedicated OHV / ATV trails, mountain lakes and streams, and snow-capped mountains, there is something here for everyone!

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!
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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