Five Lakes Cattle Ranch is the type of property rarely offered for sale in Washington. With over 5,500± acres of expansive terrain, this property offers some of the best recreational hunting opportunities the state has to offer. Five Lakes Cattle Ranch is home to mule deer and various upland game birds. The game unit (GMU) here at Five Lakes Cattle Ranch is the Harrington 136. At approximately 1,600 to 1,900 feet in elevation, the landscape is mostly shrubsteppe with intermittent lakes and plateaus. A creek spans the property, linking the various lakes. Five Lakes Cattle Ranch is positioned near state wildlife and recreation areas and is conveniently situated between Spokane and Moses Lake. These areas offer some of the state’s best hunting, fishing, and boating opportunities.
With full access, four drilled wells, and power on the property, you can make this bountiful landscape a year-round family estate or a seasonal hunter’s paradise. The property is currently being grazed, so it is fenced and cross-fenced. Because this topography provides critical habitat for a multitude of species, including the imperiled Columbia Sharp-tailed grouse, the buyer of Five Lakes Cattle Ranch could potentially profit from the sale of a conservation easement. Improvements include the four wells, power, fencing with paddocks for feeding and watering, a barn, and a storage shed. Five Lakes Cattle Ranch is currently being utilized for cattle grazing and this use could be expanded to generate a greater income opportunity.
About Lincoln County:
Lincoln County has a rich history of exploration, adventure, and grit. With the mighty Columbia River carving out the northern boundary of the county, many fur trappers, explorers, and expeditions historically traversed this area. The Scottish botanist David Douglas crossed this territory in 1826. He is the namesake of the Douglas fir tree.