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Borders Public Land, Hunt/Fish, Public Road Frontage, Recreational, Road/Trail System, Year Round Access
Just outside of Orofino, Idaho is this approximately 1,990 acre wooded investment property known as Whiskey Creek. The waters of Whiskey Creek run along the west side of the property year round and attract wildlife such as elk and whitetail deer. The property also has private access to the bordering State of Idaho land to the east. Other valuable amenities include several ponds, natural springs and even some marketable timber. Stunning views of the canyon can be seen from numerous locations and it is only five minutes from the Huckleberry Butte lookout.
There are many possible uses for this large tract. Whiskey Creek could be an ideal hunting and recreational retreat, but it also has development potential. Investors will appreciate that it can be split into smaller parcels and has several suitable sites for building a home or cabin. Other features that make development attractive for this piece include the year round access, the established road system throughout and the fact that power and phone services are at the edge of the property.
Orofino, Idaho was originally known as a gold rush town and its name even derives from Spanish origin meaning fine gold?. Today the area is known for its mountain beauty and year round recreational opportunities. Less than an hour drive from the Lewiston/Clarkston metro area, Orofino serves as popular weekend retreat for many residents of the Lewis/Clark valley.
Fishermen from around the globe flock to this recreational playground since it is famous for its world class fishing. In fact, Orofino is called the Steelhead Capitol of the World. Besides yielding large steelhead, the area is also great for fishing spring Chinook salmon, Kokanee salmon, smallmouth bass, rainbow trout and cutthroat trout. Fishing is not the only recreational activity at your fingertips. Orofino is just minutes from the Dworshak Dam and Reservoir which is a popular place for boating, watersports and camping. Wildlife is in abundance too. Local hunting includes deer, elk, bear, turkey, grouse and quail.
All properties described herein are held by Potlatch Taxable REIT Subsidiaries and nothing herein shall constitute an offer to sell by Potlatch Corporation or Potlatch Forest Holdings, Inc. Further, no offer to sell is or will be made and no sale will be made by Potlatch Taxable REIT Subsidiaries in any jurisdiction or to any person where any regulatory requirement, including any registration and/or disclosure requirement exists and such requirement has not been met.