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The Location

This Forest-Reserve (FR-160) property is located in Southern Oregon, less than 20 miles from Ashland, in the Cascade Mountain Range.  Idyllic Ashland, home to Southern Oregon University and the world-famous Shakespeare Festival, is a short drive away.   Within the confines of the mountain-lakes-resorts region of Howard Prairie, Hyatt Lake, Lake of the Woods, and Fish Lake, this secluded property offers the outdoor enthusiast unlimited opportunity for hunting, fishing, boating and swimming.  All that and more, yet only 2 miles off pavement down a well-maintained forest-service road.It is just far enough from town to avoid the hustle and bustle but offers the proximity needed for day-to-day operations and living.  It is the perfect getaway, with access to the shopping and nightlife of town while maintaining the idyllic paradise aesthetic. Neighbors:  End of the road location, bounded on three sides by undeveloped National Forest and BLM lands.  Protected on one side by 2 large tree-covered privately owned parcels (half-section and quarter-section size) that serve as a protective buffer and offer Walden-Like ponds for private use.


Flying Geese

ASHLAND, Oregon (Jackson County) is the artistic capital of the state.   



City  and Surrounding Area

Ashland, Oregon (22,000 residents), mecca of the Rogue Valley, has an elevation of 2,000 ft, and sits on the California-Oregon border.

The area has a mild 4-season climate that receives only an average of 19 inches of rainfall annually and an abundance of sunshine throughout the year.

The city is the home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Southern Oregon University with over 6,500 students and serves at the gateway to the Pacific NorthWest.

Ashland is the artistic tourist mecca of the west coast and hosts over 325,000 visitors annually. 

Driven by tourism and higher education, Ashland has over 100 restaurants, scores of hotels and quaint B&B's, and a unique independent local retail economy.

Numerous galleries (nearly 90) make Ashland their home and feature local and world-renown artists.  Creativity abounds in the business and manufacturing core.

The Ashland-Medford metropolitan area has a thriving economy with 3 acute care hospitals, the Rogue Valley International Airport, and an active community college system that supports the university.

Within a little more than a three-hour drive, you can reach the Pacifc Ocean, visit over 88 wineries, or enjoy the cities of Grant's Pass, Roseburg or Klamath Falls. 

An easy two-hour drive north is the University of Oregon in Eugene.  The pristine Rogue Valley, the forested Cascade Mountains and the Rogue River basin are a sportsman's paradise.  Crater Lake National Park is just up the road. 



Mt McLoughlin Volcano

Teacher w/pre-school students

Family Life

Ashland is a family-oriented city with a highly-rated school system (Top 100 in the Country), numerous churches & synagogues and many city-wide parks (such as the famous downtown Lithia Park). 

Big city arts & entertainment in a small town package.  From Ballet-in-the-Park to the Oregon Cabaret Theatre or the Ashland Independent Film Festival, you can find what you want.

The annual 4th of July Parade draws thousands of spectators from around the state and is not to ever be missed.

The Ashland Chamber of Commerce has been in existence for over 100 years.


Population                 21,299

Growth Rate               9.1%

Median Age               38 years

Median Income         $37,497

Married                     55.1 %

Median Home Cost    $440,100

Home Owned             48.7 %

Unemployment            6.7 %

High School Grads      94.5 %

College Grads            28.9 %

Graduate Degrees      21.1 % 







Oregon Coast, Pacific Ocean, 3-hr drive


    CONTACT:  Ronald Kapp - property owner

"In wilderness is the preservation of the world." - Thoreau 

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