Beaver Creek Ranch

Beaver Creek Ranch


Property Types
  • Acreage
  • Hunting Land
  • Mountain Land
  • Farm
  • Cattle Ranch
Property Features
  • Barn
  • Boders National Forest
  • Borders State/BLM Land
  • Corrals
  • Creek
  • Feedlot
  • Home
  • Hunting
  • Hwy/County Rd Frontage
  • Irrigated
  • Livestock Scales
  • National Forest Access
  • Pond
  • Spring
  • Timber
  • Water Rights
  • Water Wall
  • Work Shop


Location: The Beaver Creek Ranch is located in the Fall River Valley off of the Little Valley Rd. in Lassen County. The ranch is an easy drive about 70 miles east of I-5 using Hwy 299e to the small communities of Fall River and McArthur. In addition an owner with a plane could fly direct to the Fall River Airport, which has been recently up graded to handle most planes. The Fall River Valley is noted for its wild trout fishery, the Fall River Golf Course, and several good places to dine. With an elevation of about 3,400 the area has moderate summers and winters compared to other intermountain communities.
Description: This is a true cattle and hay ranch with extensive USFS, and BLM permits in addition to its deeded meadows and irrigated ground. There are riparian and appropriated water rights from Beaver Creek (where the ranch gets its name) in addition to two large reservoirs on home ranch, and a large pond on Round Barn Parcel. The Beaver Creek Ranch has a full complement of homes (three), barns (six), shop, feed lots, lambing shed, etc. The operation of the ranch is typical of a lot of mountain ranches in that cattle are fed on the ranch in feed lots, on hay that is raised on the ranches irrigated ground, they are then taken to the turnout ground for the summer and then back to the ranches hay ground to graze in the fall until winter sets in, then back to the feed lots. Major price reduction
The ranch has run 600 cows and 200 sheep, plus put up hay.


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