Siskiyou Monument Ranch
With important conservation values, the property adjoins the 113,000-acre Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.
- Located just 7 miles from the town of Ashland and I-5 with direct access from Dead Indian Memorial Road
- Excellent conservation values and biodiversity, critical wildlife habitat with grasslands, woodlands, forests and shrublands, ponds, and creeks
- Ashland is a picturesque community with wonderful hotels, shopping, neighborhoods, parks, wineries, and home to the renowned Oregon Shakespeare Festival, and Southern Oregon University
- This property has the right to irrigate 255.0 acres and several creeks criss-cross the ranch including Cove Creek, Big Creek, and Burnt Creek
- Adjoins the 113,000-acre Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
- Zoned Exclusive Farm Use (EFU) with prime farmland soils
- The ranch has 4 separate legal parcels, one of which consists of multiple tax lots, and the property has the potential for an additional 8 legal parcels
- There are 7.7 million board feet of standing timber with Ponderosa Pine, Cedar, Douglas Fir, White Fir, and Sugar Pine
- Some trees are over 500 years old and more than 25 feet in circumference
- Unlimited recreation including hunting, mountain biking, hiking, climbing, cross country skiing
- Historic homesteads, timber mill, and cabins
- Listed in cooperation with AFM Real Estate & exclusively marketed by Mirr Ranch Group LLC.
It’s a rare opportunity to find such a scenic and resource-rich ranch in the woodlands just minutes from the town of Ashland, Oregon. This property has important conservation values and provides the perfect blend of forests, grasslands, and shrubland with miles of creeks, irrigated meadows, and prime farmland soils. While close to town, it also adjoins the Cascade-Siskiyou Monument providing endless recreational opportunities.
Listed in cooperation with AFM Real Estate & exclusively marketed by Mirr Ranch Group LLC.
Siskiyou Monument Ranch is located just 7 miles from the charming town of Ashland Oregon at the south end of the Rogue Valley in southwestern Oregon. Ashland is home to the world-famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival which spans from February to October with Shakespeare and non-Shakespeare shows playing at three large theatres. The town was voted in the top 10 of “100 Best Small Art Towns in America” and has a myriad of parks and trails, award-winning restaurants, theatre, and a vibrant art and gallery scene. Ashland is also home to Southern Oregon University, Lithia Park, and Mt. Ashland Ski Area. The city is just 15 miles north of the California border and serviced by I-5. Only 13 miles from Ashland is the Rogue Valley International – Medford Airport with direct flights to several major hubs in the Western US.
Siskiyou National Monument
Siskiyou National Monument was expanded by around 48,000 acres in 2017. The new expansion brings the monument to 114,000 acres, some of which now abuts the Siskiyou Monument Ranch. The adjacent Monument brings extensive recreation to your backdoor including hunting, fishing, hiking, climbing, and horseback riding. In addition to the many systems of trails and numerous rivers, owners can also access portions of the Pacific Crest Trail and the Highway 66 Scenic Drive within the Monument.
Siskiyou Monument Ranch lies in the middle of Siskiyou National Monument which is known for Elk, Blacktail Deer, and Black Bear hunting. Owners of Siskiyou Monument Ranch can apply for landowner tags or public tags on the surrounding 114,000 acre Monument which is managed by the BLM.
In addition to the culture found in town, owners also have access to recreation at the nearby Mt. Ashland Ski Area, Buck Prairie Winter Recreational Area, and Emigrant and Howard Prairie Lakes.
Mt. Ashland Ski Area has 44 runs and averages 300’ of snowfall a year. The ski resort is known for its steep glacial cirque but has terrain for every level of skier. The ski resort is only 30 minutes from Ashland with incredible views of Mt. Shasta and Mt. McLoughlin. If downhill skiing isn’t for you, Buck Prairie Winter Recreational Area has over 17 miles of cross country skiing and snowshoeing trails.
Emigrant and Howard Prairie Lakes are only a short drive from the property.
The Siskiyou Monument Ranch is home to a range of biodiversity within the boundary and just outside. The property is home to 7.7 million board feet of timber. Some of the trees found on the property are over 500 years old and are crucial components of the property’s ecosystem. The property is also home to riparian areas along the North Branch of Cove Creek, Cove Creek, and Big Creek, which attract wildlife from around the area. The property is completely unencumbered by a conservation easement and would be an ideal candidate for one.