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East Camp Creek Ranch
Baker County, Oregon
Price $ 450,000.00
East Camp Creek Ranch is in Baker County, Oregon, located in the heart of the cattle county. This recreational property offers ample opportunity for recreation and cattle grazing. The property takes in part of Murray Reservoir, which contains plentiful rainbow trout. The property has complete perimeter fencing and has East Camp Creek running through the western portion of the property. This property is a 10-minute drive from Unity, Oregon.Murray Reservoir:
Murray Reservoir is a reservoir located just 32 miles from Baker City, in Baker County, in the state of Oregon, United States, near Unity, OR. A 45-acre reservoir located 9 miles S of the town of Unity along Hwy 26, immediately adjacent to highway; stocked twice in late April-May with catchable Rainbow Trout; bank fishing only, no floating devices; private property with public access. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including rainbow trout and others here. Whether you’re spinning, baitcasting or fly fishing your chances of getting a bite here are good.
Location of Subject Property:
Unity, Baker County, Oregon
Distances to Other Cities:
Unity, OR- 10 miles
None, but the property is buildable.
There is power running through the property.
Historically, cattle have been grazed on the property.
The property has East Camp Creek running through the property that is located south of Highway 26. Also, the property has stock water ponds and a portion of Murray Reservoir.
Scattered juniper trees with a few pine trees mix of timber, in a grass landscape.
The perimeter of the property is fenced.
Recreation and Wildlife:
Mule Deer and the occasional elk are located throughout the property. The property is in the Beulah Unit and has two landowner tags available per big game species.
The property is zoned Baker County EFU. The Exclusive Farm Use Zone is intended to conserve and maintain productive agricultural land for continued agricultural use. The purpose of this chapter is to describe the applicability, permitted uses, and requirements for the EFU Zone.
Any mineral or geothermal rights owned by the seller are not included as part of the property being offered for sale.
2017 Property Taxes: $166.02
Access to the property is located off State Highway 26 and USFS 1640.
This climate type occurs primarily on the periphery of the true deserts in low-latitude semiarid steppe regions. It is transitional to the tropical wet-dry climate on the equatorward side and to the Mediterranean climate on its poleward margin, with a cooler, wetter winter resulting from the higher latitude and mid-latitude frontal cyclone activity. Annual precipitation totals are greater than in tropical and subtropical desert climates. Yearly variations in amount are not as extreme as in true deserts but are nevertheless large.
The Köppen Climate Classification subtype for this climate is “BSk”. (Tropical and Subtropical Steppe Climate).
The average temperature for the year in Ironside is 46.2°F (7.9°C). The warmest month, on average, is July with an average temperature of 69.6°F (20.9°C). The coolest month on average is January, with an average temperature of 24.2°F (-4.3°C).
The highest recorded temperature in Ironside is 107.0°F (41.7°C), which was recorded in August. The lowest recorded temperature in Ironside is -23.0°F (-30.6°C), which was recorded in December.
The average amount of precipitation for the year in Ironside is 11.3” (287 mm). The month with the most precipitation on average is December with 1.5” (38.1 mm) of precipitation. The month with the least precipitation on average is July with an average of 0.5” (12.7 mm). There is an average of 67.0 days of precipitation, with the most precipitation occurring in May with 7.0 days and the least precipitation occurring in July with 4.0 days.
In Ironside, there’s an average of 35.9” of snow (0 cm). The month with the most snow is December, with 11.3” of snow (28.7 cm).
Baker County, Oregon
Baker County is a county in the U.S. state of Oregon. As of the 2010 census, the population was 16,134. The county seat and largest city is Baker City. The county was split from the eastern part of Wasco County. Union County and Malheur County were set off from Baker County in 1864 and 1887 respectively. It is named after Edward Dickinson Baker, a senator from Oregon who was killed at Ball’s Bluff, a battle of the Civil War in Virginia in 1861.
Baker County is part of the county definition of Eastern Oregon.
History of Baker County, Oregon:
The first groups from the eastern U.S. following the Oregon Trail passed through the area on their way to the Willamette Valley, unaware of the potential wealth they passed over. At Flagstaff Hill, near Baker City, 15 miles (24 km) of wagon ruts left by immigrants can still be seen. I
n 1861 gold was discovered and Baker County became one of the Northwest’s largest gold producers.
On September 22 of the following year, the state assembly created Baker County from the eastern part of Wasco County. Later, Union County and Malheur County were created from this county. The boundaries were adjusted for the last time in 1901, when the area between the Powder River and the Wallowa Mountains was returned to Baker County.
The original county seat was at Auburn. While at first a booming mining town with 5,000 inhabitants, once the gold was mined out Auburn’s population dwindled, and county citizens eventually voted in 1868 to make Baker City, incorporated in 1874, the new county seat.
The population of Baker County nearly quadrupled between the years 1880 and 1910. This growth was largely a product of the emergence and expansion of the Sumpter Valley Railroad and several of its spur lines, which helped lumber and mining operations to develop and grow.
In 1914 Fern Hobbs, on behalf of her employer Governor Oswald West, declared martial law in the Baker County city of Copperfield. This was the first declaration of martial law in the state since the American Civil War.
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Burnt River Online High School will be able to meet the needs of an assortment of 21st century students by providing them with personal individualized instruction that focuses on skills such as self-directed learning skills, innovative technology literacy, time management and personal responsibility. Unique to Burnt River Online High School is that students will be able to get face to face contact and “seat time” with our highly qualified instructors through a variety of emerging technologies.
Timothy 'Scott' Coe, Broker
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