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Ruffled Grouse Ln : Chiloquin, OR 97624

Klamath County, Oregon

2.38 Acres
$9,995 USD $13,995
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Secluded Paradise - 2.38 Acres for Your Dream Retreat.

Discover your slice of paradise on this 2.38-Acre property, a haven for recreation or retirement near Sprague River Road in Klamath, OR. Nestled close to a county-maintained dirt road, accessibility is a breeze, allowing you to reach your retreat by car. Whether you envision peaceful retirement or adventurous RV getaways, this property, located 15 minutes from Sprague River, offers the seclusion you crave and easy access to Klamath Falls, just an hour away.

Discounted Cash Price: $9,995


Seller Financing Available: $995 down, $250 per month x 43 months ($11,745)

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Property Specific Information

Apn: 356402

Parcel Size: 1.5 Acres

Zoning Code: Ar/2A - Agriculture Residential

Elevation: 1375.0 m or 4511.2 feet

Terrain Type: Desert, Plain, Flat.

Power Status: Would have to contact Pacific Power & Light.

Septic Status: Would need to install to live on the property.

Water Status: Would need to drill a well.

HOA: None

Closest Towns

Sprague River, Or:

Distance: Approximately 75 miles southwestern of Chiloquin

Bonanza, Or:

Distance: Approximately 52 miles southeast of Chiloquin.

Chiloquin, Or:

Distance: Approximately 30 miles northwest of Beatty.

Klamath Falls, Or:

Distance: Approximately 27 miles south of Chiloquin

These distances are approximate and may vary based on the specific location within Beatty and the destination within each town. Keep in mind that Beatty is situated in a more rural area, and the nearby towns reflect the quieter and natural surroundings of southern Oregon.

Local Attractions

Chiloquin, Oregon, is a small community that offers a more relaxed and rural atmosphere. While it may not have as many traditional attractions as larger cities, Chiloquin is known for some of its popular attractions, which include: the Train Mountain Railroad Museum. Collier Memorial State Park. Jackson F.

Crater Lake National Park:

Although not directly in Chiloquin, Crater Lake National Park is a must-visit destination. Enjoy the stunning views of Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States, known for its crystal-clear blue waters.

Fremont-Winema National Forest:

Chiloquin is surrounded by the Fremont-Winema National Forest, providing ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing.

Sprague River:

The nearby Sprague River offers a peaceful setting for fishing and enjoying the natural beauty of the area.

Gearhart Mountain Wilderness:

Nature enthusiasts can explore the Gearhart Mountain Wilderness, known for its diverse landscapes, including forests, meadows, and high desert terrain.

Lonesome Duck Ranch:

A bit to the northwest, Lonesome Duck Ranch offers a tranquil retreat with opportunities for birdwatching, fishing, and relaxation.

While Chiloquin itself is more of a gateway to the natural wonders of Northern Oregon, these attractions provide a glimpse into the serene and scenic surroundings that make this area unique. Keep in mind that the charm of Beatty lies in its rural character, making it an ideal destination for those seeking a quiet escape and outdoor adventures.

Discover Klamath County

Klamath County, located in south-central Oregon, is characterized by diverse landscapes, outdoor recreation, and natural beauty. The county seat is Klamath Falls, a city situated near the Cascade Mountain Range and close to the border with California. Here are some key features of Klamath County:

Landscape: Klamath County boasts a varied terrain, including mountains, forests, lakes, and high desert. The Cascade Mountains run along its western border, while the eastern part of the county is characterized by vast high desert landscapes.

Outdoor Recreation: The region is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Crater Lake National Park, known for its stunning deep-blue lake within a volcanic caldera, is a major attraction. The county also offers opportunities for hiking, fishing, boating, camping, and wildlife viewing.

Economy: Historically, Klamath County has had ties to agriculture, particularly in the Klamath Basin. Timber and natural resource industries have also played a role in the local economy.

Crater Lake: Crater Lake, one of the county's most iconic features, is the deepest lake in the United States. Visitors can explore the park, take scenic drives, and enjoy hiking trails with breathtaking views.

Wildlife: The region is rich in wildlife, with opportunities for birdwatching and observing various species. The Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges provide essential habitat for migratory birds.

Communities: Apart from Klamath Falls, there are smaller communities and rural areas throughout the county. Each community has its unique character, often reflecting the influence of the surrounding natural environment.

Agriculture: Agriculture, including cattle ranching and farming, is integral to the county's economy. The fertile lands in the Klamath Basin support crops and livestock.

While Klamath County offers serene rural living, it also provides access to recreational amenities and natural wonders, making it an appealing destination for those seeking a balance between nature and community.

Discover Chiloquin, Or


Fishing and hunting are favorite sports here. There are deer, elk and ducks in the area. Agency Lake is a favorite fishing place, while the Williamson River is considered one of Oregon's top trophy fly fishing waters. Chiloquin is rich in its Indian heritage.


Chiloquin is a rural community that reflects the natural beauty of its surroundings. Residents and visitors to Chiloquin often appreciate the tranquility of the area, with wide-open spaces and views of the nearby mountains.

Outdoor Recreation:

Being in Klamath County, residents of Chiloquin have access to various outdoor recreational opportunities. Lakes, rivers, and forests in the region provide options for activities such as fishing, hiking, and wildlife watching.

Community Life:

Small rural communities like Chiloquin often have close-knit communities where residents value a quieter way of life. Community events and gatherings may play a role in fostering connections among locals.


The local economy in such rural areas may be tied to agriculture, ranching, or other natural resource-based industries. However, economic activities can vary, and residents may commute to nearby towns or cities for work.


While offering a rural lifestyle, Chiloquin is likely to be accessible by road, connecting residents to larger towns and services. It's essential for residents to consider factors like distance to amenities and services when living in rural areas.

Nearby Attractions

Train Mountain Railroad Museum: Train Mountain is the world's largest model railroad with over 35 miles of 7.5 inch gauge track on 2200 acres of beautiful private forest. Visitors may take a self-guided walking tour to view a collection of full-scale equipment including cabooses, snow removal equipment and a variety of other pieces.

Collier Memorial State Park: A lovely state park off US 97 about 120 miles south of Bend, OR, 30 miles north of Klamath Falls and about an hours drive. Many sites are on the river with access to the trail that leads along the river and to the logging museum nearby.

Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Site: Jackson F. Kimball State Recreation Site is a pristine site located at the headwaters of the Wood River. This stream flows from the pine forest into open meadow land laced with picturesque quaking aspen surrounded by the southern Cascade Mountains. Wood River offers fine fishing that can be accessed from the park by canoe. The park offers primitive camping next to a spring-fed lagoon at the beginning of this waterway.

A walking trail connects the campground to the site where the clear spring bubbles from a rocky hillside. The park is a secluded place where you can contemplate the moment while relaxing in the whispering lodgepole pines.

Collier State Park Logging Museum: Collier State Park is located just north of Chiloquin, Oregon near the confluence of Spring Creek and the Williamson River in a beautiful setting of towering Ponderosa pine trees and cool, shaded lawns.

Two Rivers Art Gallery: Recognized as one of the best galleries in Southern Oregon, it shows the work of over 80 artists and suppliers from Klamath County.

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Directions to Land

Head northwest on Sprague River Rd

23 ft

Turn right onto Sprague River Dr

1.3 mi

Turn right onto Arrowhead Ln

0.4 mi

Turn left onto Sprague River Dr

1.6 mi

Turn right onto Ruffled Grouse Ln

The destination will be on the left

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