The Dixie Creek Ranch is located at the confluence of Dixie Creek and the Burnt River. An early 1900’s home with excellent access from the interstate rests at the base of the ranch. Several fields have farmable soils next to the river which enables deeper rooted plants to reach the water table. Plenty of room to add corrals and other livestock working facilities or additional homes exist on the lower acreage. At 2,350’ elevation this ranch provides for a milder wintering operation in Baker County. Approximately 90 acres of riparian pasture made up of several different fields including both sides of the Burnt River. The property is adjacent to both public and private land. Several thousand acres of private land are contiguous. Upland game bird hunting opportunities including Chukar, Hungarian Partridge, and quail provide additional recreational opportunities. Over 1,000 acres of rangeland, comprised of a mix of native bunchgrass plants, overlook the home and fields below. Excellent winter access provided by the adjacent interstate. Access to Ontario (40 mi), Baker City (38 mi) and Boise is quickly accomplished. Boise, Idaho which has a commercial airport is only 88 miles away. It is this variety of soils, elevation, rangeland and easy access that impart a suitable option for livestock producers.