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Located in Oregon's High Desert, Glass Butte Ranch is a  17,833+/-  total acre property of which 14,429+/- acres are deeded land inside the BLM permit. There are an additional 3,404+/- acres of deeded land in 9 separate tax lots outside of the ranch, to the south.  This is a desert, year around cattle operation.  There ...

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The Spring Hollow Wheat Farm offers an opportunity to have a 50% shared undivided interest of 200.5 +/- non-contiguous deeded acreage. Located southeast of Adams, Oregon, this farm is currently being leased out and providing the owner an ROI. The property is currently being farmed as a wheat/fallow rotation and has a PLC yi...

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Hidden Acres Ranch Between the rim rocks and river lies this productive alfalfa hay farm nestled in the scenic hillsides of Kimberly, Oregon. This high desert range land borders BLM and feeds cattle and wildlife inside the 2009 acre Hidden Acres Ranch. Ornate rock formations, sage and juniper dot the skyline and adorn the ...

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Tucked away in a gorgeous valley, sits 1,906 +/- deeded acres. The Umatilla River Mountain Property is a beautiful testament to the unique lands of Eastern Oregon. Exceptional valley views full of wildlife, native grasses and flush timber pockets make up the majority of the property that is buildable and has been managed by...

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230+/- Acres of this vacant 480+/- acre tract is located within the City Limits of Klamath Falls OR.  While an additional 55.5+/- Acres located inside the Urban Growth Boundary, further offering an outstanding development opportunity in the heart of a region known for it's recreational opportunity and paradise. The Norther...

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Just 15± miles east of Chemult, Oregon, lies the crown jewel of Sellers Marsh... a large mountain meadow 4± miles long and 1± mile wide with lush mountain grasses and a private water supply. The seller represents that there are nearly 880± acres of naturally sub-irrigated high mountain meadows and 400± acres of timber/...

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Oregon riverfront home on the famous Rogue River. The home is nestled along a stretch of the Upper Rogue that is know for Salmon and Steelhead fishing and is a popular destination for rafting. Observation Rock extends into the river from the extensive and manicured lawn that covers much of the 1.15+/- acre property. The hom...

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Beautiful rolling farm and forest land ideally situated and ready to fulfill your dream of crafting a family estate, farm or winery. Soil primarily Laurelwood Silt Loam and well-suited for wine grapes, berries, hay and hazelnuts. 250gpm well and irrigation water rights... valuable now and likely more valuable in the future....

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$200K price reduction! Call Immediately! Welcome to 2211 Kincaid Rd!  Located in beautiful southern Oregon, this property features a stunning northwestern style lodge home situated on forty level acres. With a wonderful mix of tree-lined pastures, well-maintained forests, great infrastructure, year-round creek frontage and...

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Ashland, Oregon is an absolutely beautiful little town nestled in the foothills of mountain ranges, surrounded by rivers and blessed with beautiful weather all year. It’s a place that people are drawn to for its beauty, its culture and its history. This unique home, privately situated on 700 acres of land, embodies all th...

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7.62 +/- acres with a variety of possible uses. With a location less than a tenth of a mile from Highway 140 and less than 2.5 miles from Highway 62 the property has good visibility from the strong traffic flow in the area. The property adjoins the Jackson County Sports Park and is across the road from the Upper Rogue Cal R...

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Development potential in the heart of the Upper Rogue. 3.02 level acres with a 1,927 sqft, 3 bdrm, 2 bath home. Major remodel in 2007 adding garage, living room and additional square footage. The property can be subdivided up to 10 lots with potential of 2 dwellings on each per city. An accessory dwelling unit (ADU) up to 9...

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Gorgeous retreat at the top of the meadow at Drew's Gap.  Beautiful 4489 sq ft lindel cedar home 3 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms. The home was remodeled and extended in 1998.  Vaulted ceilings, loft that could be a 4th bedroom, beautiful rock fireplace, tiled kitchen open to the large great room.  Over 1900 sq ft deck to enjoy...

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Expansive irrigated farmland nestled in the rural countryside, currently planted in corn & wheat crops. This land highlights a mostly level terrain, stunning surrounding views, grazing pasture, and state-of-the-art Reinke irrigation system with center pivots and wheel lines.  Features 151.0 water right acres through Owyhe...

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377+/- Acres 40 minutes northeast of Prineville. Timbered parcel abuts USFS and BLM lands on three sides with limited public access. Locked gates provide seclusion with little disturbance of wildlife. The perfect recreational property with Mule deer, Rocky Mtn Elk, Pronghorn, turkey and other species. Land Owner Preference ...

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Welcome to 250 Melissa Lane! This buildable 5-acre elevated and wooded parcel is in the perfect location if you are looking for a property that provides easy access to the city of Grants Pass Oregon, as well as the scenic wilderness that makes this area of Oregon one of legends.   Located just a short distance off of I-5 a...

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25.6 ACRES, 22.75 ACRES IRRIGATION.  Drop dead Cascade Mtn views situated in secluded area.. Custom, 4287 SF, one owner 5+ bdrm, home. Large windows maximize pastoral & mtn views. 4+ baths,large family room, formal living & dining. Triple garage. Seven stall barn. Chef kitchen features 2 cooktops, double ovens, prep sink, ...

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Located on a Quiet cul-de-sac a few miles from GP, but still in Dist 7 schools. This home has many upgrades including vaulted ceilings with oversized windows and 2 skylights for great natural light. Over sized kitchen with custom Oak cabinets and a pantry. Nice sized bedrooms with custom closets throughout. Laundry room wit...

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Property: The Bear Creek Timber Tract near Astoria, Oregon, Clatsop County, consists of 42.45 +/- deeded acres. The property is only a short distance from Bear Creek Reservoir and consists mainly of alder timber with a few mixed trees within the tract. The property is zoned F80. Historically the property has been used as...

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Tillstrom Road Nursery! The property consists of a total of 117.75+/- acres, of which 84.3+/- acres are cultivated and irrigated, 10 +/- acres to container yard, 7+/- acres are developed to greenhouses, 3+/- acres are in irrigation ponds, 7.45+/- acres are shown as building site acreage and the balance of 6+/- acres is non...

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The salty Pacific breezes on the rocky coast of Oregon combined with dense forests, high deserts, and even volcanoes make this state one of the most geographically diverse in the United States. One of only three U.S. states on the Pacific coast, Oregon boasts incredible natural beauty. Now is an ideal time to look for land for sale in Oregon.

Oregon is home to many wonders including the world's largest organism in Malheur National Forest, a fungus that covers over 2,200 acres. The state is also home to the nation's deepest lake, Crater Lake. Thanks to its dense forests, it is home to many unique species of wildlife.

The Beaver State

Oregon is in the Pacific Northwest. Western Oregon is mountainous and boasts three of the highest peaks in the United States: Mt. Hood, Mt. Jefferson, and The South Sister. Oregon's gorgeous scenic beauty, including mountains, beaches, forests, waterfalls, and lakes, attract thousands of tourists each year.

Lewis and Clark explored Oregon in their quest for the Northwest Passage, and it gained statehood in 1859. Most cities and towns are located in the Willamette Valley. Portland is Oregon's largest city and is known for it's eclectic and diverse population. Eugene, OR is home to the University of Oregon and the Oregon Ducks, and Salem is its capital.

Land In Oregon

There are many types of land for sale in Oregon, from small parcels to large acreages. There are acres of rural and recreational areas, including hunting acreage, riverfront, and lakefront properties.

Oregon Natural Resources

Oregon has abundant natural resources. These include:

  • Timber
  • Natural habitats
  • Wildlife
  • Scenic beauty
  • Sand and gravel
  • Fish
Land Plots in Oregon

There are many types of properties for sale in Oregon including farms, hunting land, recreational land, and ranches. There are thousands of rural and residential properties for sale in Oregon's 36 counties.

Hunting Land

Antelope, deer, waterfowl, elk, and other woodland creatures are abundant in Oregon. Private hunting land for sale has many opportunities for recreational hunting.

Recreational Land

regon has an incredible number of outdoor recreational activities to take part in, from white water rafting on one of the state's many rivers to hiking in the quiet forests. There are many acres of recreational land for sale in Oregon.

Types of Industry in Oregon

Because of its diverse geography, Oregon also has many various industries, led by timber.

Logging and Forestry

This state's climate and soil provide ideal conditions for growing trees, and it is a leader in the timber and Christmas Tree industries. Almost half of Oregon's land is covered in forest, totaling over 30 million acres. Species like Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine are commercially sought after and create a thriving forestry and logging sector. This industry is divided into three main parts:

  1. Logging
  2. Timber tract operations
  3. Forest nurseries
Manufacturing

Oregon is number one in the United States when it comes to lumber production. The wood processing plants produce plywood, particleboard, veneer, and many other wood products.

Fishing

Oregon's location on the Pacific coast means it has a thriving fishing industry. Its top catches include shrimp, crab, tuna, whiting, and groundfish.

Agriculture

Besides timber, cash crops in Oregon include nursery and greenhouse products like Daffodils, Irises, and Tulips for bulbs. Other agricultural crops in Oregon include:

  • Hay
  • Onions
  • Potatoes
  • Green Peas
  • Hazelnuts
  • Apples
  • Pear
  • Plums

Livestock crops are beef cattle and milk along with broiler chickens and chicken eggs. The state also produces many types of seeds and is a leading producer of peppermint oil.

Finding land for sale in the beautiful state of Oregon is an excellent idea for all of the above reasons and more. Want to see your Oregon property listings on Land Broker MLS? Join our co-op by signing up today.