Located in Central Washington, in Yakima County, Nasty Creek II is a 612± acre recreational property that offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of untamed wilderness yet still near many urban amenities. The outdoor enthusiast can enjoy a myriad of sporting activities by day and relax at a local winery by night.
The property lies north of South Fork Cowiche Creek and south of the Tieton River. It is traversed by Rock Creek and several tributaries, beckoning avid fishermen to cast a line and try their luck at catching coho salmon, steelhead, and rainbow trout. The rolling hills are graced with mature timber covering approximately sixty-four percent of the land. The other thirty-six percent of the land boasts rangeland vistas creating breathtaking views for hiking, camping, and other off-road adventures.
The property has been divided into eight equal parcels of 76.5± acres each and is suitable for future development. One could explore income-producing ventures such as building off-grid cabins to use as hunting bases or vacation getaways. Whatever your desire, the diversity of the terrain makes this property an excellent destination for those seeking adventure in the great outdoors.
To further entice the avid hunter, Nasty Creek II is bordered on two sides by State Department of Natural Resources land in the renowned Cowiche Game Unit. This area is known for its abundant wildlife, making it an ideal destination for hunting a variety of game, including deer and elk, which roam freely throughout the expansive land. Here, hunters have the opportunity to pursue trophy game while surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty.