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5 acres near Park Valley with great access and mountain views!
It’s off the beaten path, and guaranteed that you’ll be able to find the privacy, peace, and quiet that you’re looking for. Located in Box Elder County, Utah, this lot is just over an hour to Snowville, UT, which has diners/cafes, gas station, and a market. It’s 1.75 hours to Tremonton, where you can find groceries, stores, restaurants, hospitals and more.
There are wide views of the Raft River Mountains to the North and Grouse Creek Mountains to the West. It is also close to the State Border with Idaho and Nevada
You are welcome to go and view the lot anytime that works for you. Seller does not need to accompany. Please make sure you call or text to let us know that you’re going to be heading out to see it, so we can be ready in case you have any questions.
*The photos in this ad were taken near the property, but may not be of the actual property.
Box Elder County
N/2 OF S/2 OF N/2 OF SW/4 OF SE/4 OF SEC 9, TWP 11N, R 14W, SLM. CONTG 5 ACS.
Box Elder County
Coronado National Forrest
Mt. Graham (Pinaleno Mountains) is the single-most diverse mountain range in North America, and hosts 11 endemic species that are found nowhere else on Earth. Visitors can travel the Swift Trail (Highway 366) through eight distinct zones in just a dozen miles, including Sonoran desert, Sonoran grassland, chaparral, pinyon-juniper woodland, Madrean evergreen oak woodland, Ponderosa pine forest, mixed conifer forest, and finally spruce-fir forest at the highest elevations. Campgrounds and picnic areas range from low to high elevations. Many trails are hiker-ready, and Riggs Lake is a beautiful mountain setting for fishing.
The heart of this IBA is the massive Willcox Playa, a broad alkaline lakebed fringed with semi-desert grassland (primarily saltgrass and sacaton) and mesquite. The playa is seasonally flooded to a shallow depth. Outlying this playa are the satellite lakes/wetlands of Cochise Lakes (aka Lake Cochise), alkali flats, and Willcox Playa Wildlife Area containing Crane Lake. On the upper east side of the playa is the Arizona Game and Fish Department managed Willcox Playa Wildlife Area, consisting of 555 acres. The purpose of the Wildlife Area is primarily for optimizing waterfowl habitat and providing for hunting opportunities.
This property is also right next to Devil’s Playground and the Sun Tunnels, which is known for the weathered granitic rick formations which create fantastic forms and eerie shapes. It’s large enough to spend hundreds of hours exploring, and remote enough that it’s not frequented by many tourists. Visitors can ride OHV’s or drive vehicles on designated routes in the area. This property is surrounded by BLM land which makes it a great place for backcountry camping, photography, OHV riding and rock-climbing.