Campbell Crossing Ranch, owned by the Campbell family for 72± years, boasts 1.9± miles of North Fork John Day River frontage, plus Rudio Creek flows through the ranch for 1.45± miles. Additionally, the ranch borders thousands of acres of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands. Appreciate the awesome landscape provided by the steep rise in elevation from 1,880± feet at the lush fields along the river to 4,920± feet in just 4± miles!
Fish for smallmouth bass and native steelhead trout in the renowned Rudio Hole, which is conveniently located right on the ranch! Hunt for mule deer, Rocky Mountain elk, pronghorn antelope, upland game birds, and waterfowl, or just enjoy watching the plentiful area wildlife, including bighorn sheep.
The modern, updated farmhouse features four bedrooms, two baths, spacious mud/laundry room with pantry, chef’s kitchen, large living room, covered wrap-around deck, two patio areas, hot tub, and pool with a deck, plus a 2-car detached garage. Move right in or continue the current use as an Airbnb.
296.9± acres of Oregon State certified water rights allow diverting water from Rudio Creek and the North Fork John Day River to irrigate your hay, pasture, and grain fields. Four center pivots, two wheel lines, and some handlines support irrigation distribution. Fencing, barn, sheds, and corrals support your cattle operation, which utilizes your native range and adjoining, permitted Bureau of Land Management (BLM) grazing lands. Cross-fencing aids in pasture and crop management. The native range is well-watered from springs and stock ponds. You will never tire of this ranch’s dramatic vistas!