Idaho Hunting Ranches for Sale Properties

From its northern border with Canada to its southern end resting on Nevada and Utah, Idaho’s natural lands provide endless miles of great hunting and fishing. The state measures 83.5 thousand square miles, most of which are rural and forested providing a wide array of wildlife.

With much of the state following the Rocky Mountains and other mountain ranges, there is an average of 60 inches of rainfall with up to three feet of snow in places like Idaho Falls in the southeastern part of the state. The state capital of Boise, to the west and near the Oregon border, sees less precipitation.

Hunting and Fishing Property

Idaho’s forests and Great Basin region are home to much wildlife. The state claims to have the best elk hunting in the world. White-tail and Mule Deer along with moose, pronghorn antelope, and bighorn sheep are all found here as are waterfowl, pheasant, grouse, and other small game.

While much of Idaho’s forested land is federally-owned, there is also a lot of private land with prime locations for hunting and angling along much of state’s waterways chalked full of trout, bass, walleye, and sturgeon. Beauty lies as far as the eye can see with white-capped mountains and lush green forests.

Roughing It, or Not so Much

For many enjoying the Great Outdoors calls for a rustic property. But, it doesn’t have to be that way anymore. Idaho hunting ranches for sale may be a bit more luxurious than you may think with roomy floor plans, modern appliances, and comfortable furnishings. Whether you are looking for a log cabin in the woods or a cottage along the riverside, EV Ranchland is here to help.

RV Ranchland’s Idaho team knows the state well because it is their home. We are able to find and list some of the finest land for sale in the West including Idaho hunting ranches. If you are looking for a rural property in Idaho, contact a member of the RV Ranchland team, today!