The White Salmon river borders the Husum River Camp property to the west and flows south from the slopes of Mt. Adams, through Gifford Pinchot National Forest to its mouth on the Columbia near Underwood. This property has been in the family for years and this is the first time on the market. Its 45.75± acres with over 1000 feet on the White Salmon River on the west side and paved road frontage on the east. It offers great fishing and is known for good fly-fishing spots yielding Chinook salmon, trout and steelhead runs. Heavily timbered with 100 plus-year-old trees and some massive old-growth Douglas Fir. There are 2 artesian springs with fresh clean water bubbling out of the ground. Lots of wild game to be found on this property includes Roosevelt Elk, black bear, turkeys and Blacktail Deer. The White Salmon River rafting on this river has attracted whitewater enthusiasts for generations. Perfect for beginners and advanced rafters, the river’s class III-IV whitewater rapids challenge even our most experienced veteran raft guests. Fed from the glaciers of the majestic Mt. Adams and aquifers beneath surrounding orchards, the river’s water runs crystal clear all year long. Once a lava tube, the White Salmon runs through narrow, volcanic basalt canyons before heading out into the warm sunshine of a forested valley.
Protected under the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, the White Salmon River transports raft guests to a remote wilderness conveniently located just outside of Portland, Oregon. The undeveloped shoreline and inaccessible deep forests invite wildlife to visit the refreshing river, a sight only experienced by rafters and kayakers. Whitewater River rafting on the White Salmon River epitomizes the lush and wild character of the Pacific Northwest in one exciting raft trip!
Only one hour to Portland and just minutes to Hood River Oregon and Columbia River gorge with unlimited outdoor recreational activities. This property can be yours to enjoy and get away from it all.