The Lodge Creek Ranch consists of 527 acres. It is only 5 miles from Interstate 84 and located South of Baker City, Oregon approximately 10 miles. The ranch is located up Dry Creek Road along Lodge Creek. Roads leaving the ranch will get you to thousands of acres of BLM and USFS lands including Burnt River Canyon and Dooley Mountain. Burnt River Canyon is known for upland bird and waterfowl hunting. Both areas provide recreational opportunities for elk, deer, pronghorn antelope and bighorn sheep. The ranch contains a mixture of both early season grasses and later maturing high quality native forage including Idaho fescue and bluebunch wheatgrass. This combination provides for spring through summer grazing season. Currently the ranch leases out the grazing. Livestock numbers vary depending on the amount of precipitation. This year the ranch ran approximately 60 fall calving cows from mid May to mid October.
The home is tucked away from the road next to a pond with views of the Elkhorn Mountains. Four bedrooms and two bathrooms along with a large three room basement provide space and seclusion within the home during periods of family gatherings. The upstairs is approximately 1458 sqft. Two separate rooms in the basement are finished and have below grade windows providing good lighting. The remaining basement area is currently used for storage and includes good access to the water heater, pressure tank and forced air system. A metal roof and white siding wrap the home.
Next to the home is several outbuildings for vehicle or small tractor storage along with a small building that is currently used to store tools. Outside the fenced yard is a pond that connects to the rangeland acreage.