Looking for stunning natural beauty? How about not a neighbor in sight? How about a well-functioning cattle ranch with two year-round creeks and tons of well developed springs, and over 22 separate pastures? How about hunting as good as it gets in Oregon? And a beautiful architect-designed home that was featured on the cover of a design magazine? A negative-edge swimming pool? Fossil beds that have produced the skull of a thirty-million-year-old saber-tooth tiger?
The Big Basin Ranch has all that and much more. The ranch can easily carry 200+ head of cattle. Ride horseback and never see a soul. Miles of private roads for ATVs. A hunting cabin in the pines. And the ranch adjoins the John Day River, famous for bass and steel head. Enjoy “sheltering in place” as the shadows lengthen over the irrigated fields and spectacular rock formations. The next owner/manager of this almost 17,000 acres can continue the conservation and preservation of their own park – at a time when privacy and self-reliance are more important than ever.