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Tie Creek - Parcel 1
Access to Boating/Kayak/Canoe, Homesite, Hunt/Fish, Timberland, marketable, Year Round Access
Tie Creek Subdivision is a rural community tucked away within one of the most beautiful settings of Clearwater County overlooking the Dworshak Reservoir. The lots within Tie Creek are nicely wooded and large enough to provide privacy for each land owner. A parcel within Tie Creek Subdivision would be an ideal location for building your dream home or cabin. There is year-round access to the subdivision and power and phone are available. Residents not only get to enjoy the area wildlife, but they also appreciate the spectacular mountain views and landscapes available to them. As an added bonus, many of the lots within the subdivision have their own unobstructed views of the Dworshak Reservoir.
The subdivision is less than 0.5 mile from the impressive waters of the Dworshak Reservoir and the Canyon Creek Recreation Area. The Canyon Creek recreation site is situated right on the water and has a boat ramp, dock and multiple campsites. It is a great location to partake in many of the recreational opportunities available at the Dworshak Reservoir. These include boating, swimming, watersports, camping and fishing. Both residents and visiting fishermen love to fish for kokanee salmon, rainbow trout and smallmouth bass in the reservoir.
Furthermore, Tie Creek Subdivision is near the historic town of Orofino, Idaho. Orofino was originally known as a gold rush town and its name even derives from Spanish origin meaning fine gold. Today the area is known for its mountain beauty and year-round recreational opportunities. Less than an hourís drive from the Lewiston/Clarkston metro area, Orofino serves as popular weekend retreat for many residents of the Lewis/Clark valley. The Clearwater River is well known as one of the best Steelhead Rivers in the west, with a Steelhead run that starts in early fall and offers fishing through the winter and into the spring. The Clearwater is also well known for its spring and summer Chinook Salmon runs creating year-round fishing opportunities. Orofino is a host to many local sportsman tournaments and community events including the Clearwater Country Fair and the Orofino Lumberjack Days.
All properties described herein are held by PotlatchDeltic Taxable REIT Subsidiaries and nothing herein shall constitute an offer to sell by PotlatchDeltic Corporation or PotlatchDeltic Forest Holdings, Inc. Further, no offer to sell is or will be made and no sale will be made by PotlatchDeltic Taxable REIT Subsidiaries in any jurisdiction or to any person where any regulatory requirement, including any registration and/or disclosure requirement exists and such requirement has not been met.