Situated in the middle of the Oregon High Desert, the Prince Farm is a compact, productive operation. Two Valley pivots and two rental homes make up this dual-income opportunity. A hay shed and a large shop that includes a heated bay are a few of the improvements. There are 244± acres of irrigated ground from one private well on the property. It is just three miles from Crane K-12 and 30 miles from the town of Burns. Potential to be a great opportunity to raise quality hay and rent out for fall pasture.
Steens Mountain is 67± miles south of Crane. It stretches some 50± miles north to south and rises from alongside the Alvord Desert at an elevation of about 4,200± feet to a summit elevation of 9,733± feet. The Steens Mountain Wilderness encompasses 170,166± acres. Steens Mountain is traversed by a 52± mile loop road, most of which is suitable for passenger vehicles. The road reaches an elevation of 9,700± feet, making it the highest road in Oregon. It is possible to drive to the summit of the mountain and to other viewpoints such as the Kiger Gorge. Other recreational activities enjoyed on and around Steens Mountain are camping, picnicking, bicycling, hiking, hunting, sightseeing, soaring, and exploring.
Located on HWY 78, 4± miles west of Crane, you’ll find a unique experience of soaking at the natural artesian Crystal Crane Hot Springs. Stargaze while soaking in the public pond or opt for a private, cedar-encompassed bathhouse. Day-use facilities are available along with several overnight accommodations: Teepee and Tub, Waterfront Cabins, The Bunkhouse, The Sage Inn, The Cowpoke Inn, The Ranch House, Tent Camping, RV Spaces, and 5th Wheel.
Spend an amazing weekend witnessing the spectacular spring migration in the Harney Basin of Southeast Oregon. View thousands of migratory birds as they rest and feed in the open spaces of Oregon’s high desert. The festival is held annually in April in Harney County.