From the Canadian border to Ferry County, The North Okanogan is a geological jewel and a secret treasure to hosts of outdoorsmen, nature lovers and history buffs. The Lake Lemansky Tract is located near the town of Tonasket. This nearby small community is home to the annual Okanogan River Garlic Festival. Discover a great selection of antique shops, pamper yourself in a day spa, or enjoy local culture and food at the restaurants. Check out the mural on the Community Cultural Center building. Nearby is also Loomis which was once a historic mining town with eight saloons and two dance halls. Today it is a quiet town with a scattering of homes and Bighorn sheep that wander through town. Don’t miss the opportunity to own this 684± acres in a highly sought after area. This property is already subdivided into 12 separate parcels which would allow for different ownership opportunities or an exit strategy down the road.
This is one of the best areas in Washington for hunting, fishing and year-round recreational activities. Over-looking the Okanogan Valley and views of Lake Lemanksy, this property is a thing of beauty. Heavily treed with well-managed pine and fir, lush green meadows and roads throughout the entire property. Power is on the property buyer to verify and availability to obtain access. Hike or ride to the top to admire the 360-degree views. Lots of wildlife species frequent the property from Whitetail deer, Mule deer, moose, Roosevelt elk, turkeys, upland birds and numerous waterfowl. There is cell phone coverage on the property which is very rare in remote areas. There is a paved road leading to the easement road for ease of accessibility to this wilderness gem.