The Trout Lake parcels are 166± acres each with pockets of quality timber located merely two miles from Trout Lake and 20 minutes from White Salmon. Adjacent to the Mt Adams National Forest, this parcel of land has it all. Mt. Adams Recreation Area Road goes right to this property.
Bordered on two sides by State and Federal lands, this entire section of forestland enjoys a variety of conifer species and mild topography. Tree stands vary from younger recently planted Ponderosa pine to pockets of fully mature Douglas fir and Ponderosa pine. The site offers endless potential as an off-grid cabin site, hunting camp, or the ultimate year-round recreation base camp. This property will make an excellent legacy natural resource or recreational investment. For those looking to be proactive with carbon offsets, this property will sequester atmospheric carbon for many years to come.
About Trout Lake
In South Central Washington, 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 Trout Lake has approximately 500 year-round residents. Situated in the shadow of Mt. Adams, winter sport-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.