Almost never does a property like this come to market: merchantable timber, great access, and a tranquil 10-acre pond. Ducks, fish, and other aquatics abound on this great little property located just 15 minutes from Trout Lake and three minutes from Glenwood. Elk, deer, and wild turkey are abundant with DNR State Forestland backing up to this property; the opportunities for this site are endless.
Standing timber on the property is predominantly Ponderosa pine. The site has several quality mature and nearly mature timber perfect for thinning with pockets of younger stands scattered throughout the site. Topography is generally mild, with slopes from 0%- 10%.
About Glenwood and Trout Lake
In South Central Washington, Glenwood is a quaint community with a general store, gas station, and K-12 schools. Fifteen minutes West, Trout Lake is widely regarded as one of the premier recreation areas for hunting, fishing, and camping. According to the US Census in 2010, the community of Glenwood and Trout Lake has approximately 250 & 500 year-round residents, respectively. Situated in the shadow of Mt. Adams, winter sports enthusiasts covet easy access to world-class snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. Trout Lake is stocked with Rainbow Trout for fishing enthusiasts and is host to other species such as Bass and Bluegill. Widely known for its organic dairies and herb farms. Trout Lake also has something for the extreme sports enthusiast if ice cave exploration or mountain climbing is your sport of choice. With Gifford Pinchot National Forest easily accessible, this area is one of the hidden gems in Washington State.