This property is a short drive from Lava Hot Springs where you and your family can enjoy dining, shopping and activities like floating the river or year round swimming in the hot pools. The property has access from both sides including a county road on the east. State land borders both ends of the property. The property features pines, Junipers, hills and steeper draws that work together to make this attractive to deer and some elk. Several locations could be home to your new off the grid cabin. This land is made up with five different parcels. Each of these parcels can be subdivided into four pieces of land. You can buy this whole 629+/- acres or some subdivided pieces as small as five acres. Smaller pieces of this land can be as low as $15,000. Listing agent has info on where the smaller pieces of land are located. Buy it all at this discounted price of $950,000! Some of the pictures were taken in the summer months and some in mid November. The picture of the 4X4 buck was taken in mid November. Depending on the westher access in the winter may be limited to snowmobiles. Elevation on the property ranges from approximately 6,200 feet to 7,600 feet. Some of the subdivided parcels include :45 acres for $125,00053 acres for $75,00095 acres for $150,000103 acres for $175,00040 acres for $160,00082 acres for $145,00080 acres for $110,00030 acres for $40,00034 acres for $55,000 These acreage amounts are estimates and actual acreage will depend on how the parcels are split. Most of these could be divided again and reduced in size. This land is close to Caribou-Targhee National Forest and lots of BLM land. Excellent hunting throughout the area. Only 25 miles to Soda Springs, 55 miles to Montpelier (both hunting meccas), 40 miles to Pocatello, 140 miles to Jackson Hole Wyoming and only 150 miles to Salt Lake City Utah. Nearby airports with pasenger airlines include Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Salt Lake City Utah, and Jackson Hole Wyoming.
From Hwy 30 go right on Potter Road (east of Lava Hot Springs), then left on Fish Creek Road, then continue straight onto Baldy Mountain Road.