Located a few miles outside of Trout Lake, this forestland property is stocked with Ponderosa pine, Douglas fir with some small White Oak, and Western Larch pockets. Mild topography, good access, great location: this property checks all the boxes. If ESG is an important investment criterion, this site may be of interest for tree farms, recreation, and atmospheric carbon sequestration. Whether hunting, camping, and or just to enjoy the tranquility of the outdoors, this property is a must-see.
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 sports 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. Twenty-five minutes from the Columbia River, this fishery provides thrilling fishing experiences with the prized Sturgeon and several quality Salmon runs, including Spring Kings. 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 at the property line and easily accessible this area is one of the hidden gems in Washington State. The site produces ubiquitous amounts and varieties of mushrooms for the culinary enthusiast, and the prized wild strawberry and mountain huckleberry are abundant.