The Figlensky Springs Ranch includes 570 Acres already subdivided into 20 acre parcels. There is varied terrain and timbered land with excellent hunting and majestic views near Riverside, Washington. Borders 1000's of acres of public land for recreational activities.
The Ranch has some great views over the valley below. The upper meadow had been farmed years ago to produce hay for the livestock. Dozens of springs run down from the top of the Ranch supplying enough water to keep things green for a more extended period into the summer.
The terrain of this Ranch varies from some steeper timber ground in the higher elevations to rolling hills and a big meadow with a pond. To the North, you can find a large thicket of Quaking Aspens.
Year-round recreation, this ranch lies within the Mule Deer migration route. Enjoy all four seasons activities are endless for the outdoor person. Figlensky Springs Ranch has a variety of topography with some great trails winding thru the property onto thousands of acres of adjoining public lands. Several small lakes can be found in this area, and you might even catch a few fish.
The Figlensky Spring Ranch has been a spring and early summer cattle grazing ranch with lush green grass and a small spring-fed seasonal pond for cattle to drink from. Several springs have been identified on the property. A person could capture more of the fresh spring water available with a bit of work.
There is a fair amount of Mature timber on the ranch. Although a fire did burn many trees in 2015, there seems to be enough timber for the animals to have some decent cover from the weather.
Water/Mineral Rights & Natural Resources
All related Mineral Rights are transferred to the new owner at the time of closing
Region & Climate
Okanogan County, Washington gets 16 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year.
Okanogan County averages 58 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.
On average, there are 189 sunny days per year in Okanogan County. The US average is 205 sunny days.
Okanogan County gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 88 days per year. Precipitation is rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground. In order for precipitation to be counted you have to get at least .01 inches on the ground to measure.
Summer High: the July high is around 86 degrees
Winter Low: the January low is 20
Rain: averages 16 inches of rain a year
Snow: averages 58 inches of snow a year
The western Okanogan Highlands has historically been a significant source of mineral production. While the primary target has been gold, other ore deposits have been mined as well. Midnight uranium mine, The Okanogan Highlands, in the northeast, are an extension of the Rocky Mountains. Their north-south ranges, with summits that rise to more than 7,000 feet (2,100 metres), are separated by glaciated trenches. With a 2020 population of 2,594, it is the 153rd largest city in Washington and the 6708th largest city in the United States . Okanogan is currently growing at a rate of 0.08% annually and its population has increased by 1.65% since the most recent census, which recorded a population of 2,552 in 2010. Dry forests of ponderosa pine and low grasses dominate the valleys and mountains in this region. The Okanagan south of Kelowna has a semi-arid climate (Köppen: Bsk) with hot, dry summers and cool winters. The average daytime temperature in this region is about 15.0 °C (59.0 °F), which is the warmest in Canada.
Omak Airport, also known as Omak Municipal Airport or Omak City Airport, is a regional airport located 3 miles north of Omak, Washington, a city in the Okanogan region of United States.
Address: 102J Omak Airport Rd, Omak, WA 98841
Phone: (509) 826-6270
Code: KOMK, OMK