A private resort and airport surrounded by the beautiful Umpqua National Forest
Tranquility and escape await at a paradise Native Americans named The Gathering Place. Located 50 miles east of Roseburg, OR and 65 miles west of spectacular Crater Lake, Illahee Ranch offers 77 fenced acres of private wilderness surrounded by thousands of acres of the Umpqua National Forest. The east side of the property is bordered by the Bradley Trail which joins the famed Pacific Crest Trail. A spectacular feature of the ranch is the beautiful Umpqua River views.
Formerly used by Native Americans as a place for peaceful tribal gatherings and events, Illahee Ranch now features four cabins (including the oldest, still lived-in cabin in Douglas County), a state of the art greenhouse, an airport and an 84′ x 84′ barn & hangar.
The ranch and its surrounding region offer a wide array of recreational activities such as hiking, hunting, fishing, horseback riding and skiing, as well as the opportunity to simply relax, meditate and enjoy the abundant native wildlife. Cultural events, local celebrations and diverse shopping can be found throughout Oregon. The Pacific Northwest is recognized for its endless possibilities in exploration and discovery and Illahee Ranch sits in the middle of it all. The Umpqua Valley (a short drive from Illahee) is also a world-class wine region and is home to 23 wineries — 22 of which are family owned and operated with over 40 different wine varieties
The ranch is legally divided into two parcels. Permits can be obtained to build any size lodge desired by disabling the old homestead cabin utility systems. An electric fence encloses the entire ranch providing for resident privacy and habitat protection. The present owners do not allow hunting on the ranch but it is legal to do so.
Few properties available in America today can offer the rich history, unsurpassed privacy, modern amenities or pristine beauty of Illahee Ranch.
Illahee Ranch Is the natural habitat for numerous native species, Including wild turkey and Roosevelt Elk. A herd of elk, consisting of 75-80 animals, winters on the ranch each year from about November to June.
The forests surrounding the ranch are home to bears, mountain lions, coyotes and more. The North Umpqua River, which borders Illahee, is known for its excellent fishing. Crater Lake, Diamond Lake and Mt. Bailey are just a few of the nearby natural wonders offering additional recreational opportunities and adventurous explorations. Rafting, canoeing, snowmobiling, hiking, hunting and horseback riding are just a few of the sports easily available to residents of Illahee.
Illahee Ranch boasts Its own private airport and runway, one of only two airports In the Umpqua Forest. The hangar/barn has a 54 ft x 15 ft electric door and is large enough to house a Cessna Grand Caravan. The barn portion has 12 stalls, along with many other features. A rustic cabin also overlooks the airport.
The runway is a full 2800 feet long (2000 feet paved, 800 feet grass) to accommodate most recreational aircraft with ease.
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