Twin Sisters Ranch consists of 3,030± deeded acres, situated in Indian Valley, adjacent to the West Mountains in south-central Idaho, just north of Boise and south of McCall. The Ranch has three year-round creeks and the Little Weiser River running through it. The Payette National Forest borders to the east creating some of the best mule deer, elk and turkey hunting the state has to offer and all tags are over-the-counter. Twin Sisters has a new log cabin, shop, garage, corral and tack room — all located in a beautiful setting on the banks of the Little Weiser River. This is an ideal hunting ranch, along with the possibilities of grazing cattle on 7,800± acres of deeded and leased land.
Endless recreation for all seasons, with miles of open ridges and trails for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, as well as snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Fishing options are numerous, be it hole-to-hole brook trout in heavy brush, or bluegill in the shallows. Brownlee Reservoir/Hells Canyon is within a short distance of the Twin Sisters Ranch and has up to date boat ramps and a variety of fishing. As the temperatures increase and the days become longer, bass fishing takes over. In the deeper, main channel of the reservoir, large rainbow trout hang out in the cool waters. The Twin Sisters Ranch is one of the best deer and elk hunting ranches left in the state! (Nearby Unit#32A is coveted for its trophy deer & elk). Land & waterways are a huge attractant for many species of fowl as well as the big game, including turkey, quail, grouse, chuckar & pheasants.