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Wilderville, Oregon

Features:

  • The Circle B Ranch was a fully operational homestead during the early- and mid-20th century. Now it’s returned to its native state. Old logging roads remain, along with a taste of the lore surrounding the old Oregon Trail. The Bull family were among the first settlers in the area, and they imported some of the first fruit trees in Oregon when they came West.
  • 72-acres of pastures, forests, rolling terrain, antique fruit orchards, and a seasonal creek.
  • 15 minutes from Grants Pass, Oregon, population 35,000.
  • 45 minutes from Medford, Oregon, population 82,000.
  • 1 hour from Ashland, Oregon, home of Ashland Shakespeare Festival.
  • 1.5 hours from Jed Smith Redwoods State Park in Hiouchi, California.
  • 2 hours from Crescent City, California and the Oregon Coast.

Lovelock, Nevada

  • The Trinity Property is virgin high desert wilderness legally accessible via dirt roads. It’s situated between the Trinity Range and the Trinity Valley. The location is timeless, silent, and rich in history. Ancient petroglyphs dot the area, as well as tracks of the old California Trail. Large sections of BLM land are in the vicinity.
  • 40-acres of untouched sage-covered rolling terrain.
  • Wild horses and antelope roam in the area. Cattle graze the open range.
  • Mark Twain lived in nearby Unionville and memorialized his time
    there as a gold miner in his acclaimed book Roughing It.
  • 30 minutes from the historic California Trail where pioneers rolled in their Conestoga wagons.
  • 45 minutes from Loveloock, Nevada, population 2,200.
  • 45 minutes from Rye Patch Reservoir and the Humboldt River.
  • 1 hour from Winnemucca, Nevada, population 7,800.
  • 1.5 hours from Reno, Nevada, population 250,000.
  • 2.5 hours from world famous Lake Tahoe.

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