119.92 acres. Irrigated alfalfa - 70 acres under 2 pivots & 10 acres wheel line & hand line. Producing 4 cuts per year with vegetable production quality soils & heat units. 300 acre ft of water rights with a 50 hp pump from Thompson River. Clear span metal 50' x 100' shop.
Agricultural land of this quality does not come up for sale often. 119.92-acre hay ranch in Walhachin, BC. This ranch is located along the banks of the Thompson River, just west of Kamloops and East of Cache Creek. Productive ground under central pivot irrigation with 2 pivots, a 3 tower and a 5 tower, with additional wheel and hand lines currently producing alfalfa hay. 70 acres under pivot and 10 acres under wheel line and hand lines. This property is capable of producing 4 cuts of alfalfa per year with vegetable production quality soils, water and heat units.
Exceptional water rights in place with a 50 hp pump from Thompson River with 300 acre feet of water rights. Clear span metal 50' x 100' shop great for storage. Property is serviced with three-phase and single-phase power. This riverfront ranch offers an abundance of privacy and seclusion, accessed off Barnes Lake Road through Crown land. Contact the listing REALTOR® for detailed directions.
Add this productive parcel of agricultural land to your existing operation or start fresh and build a home taking in the sweeping with of the Thompson River Valley. The Thompson River is known for its fishing opportunities and the property has direct access to Crown land with fantastic horseback riding, hunting and ATVing. The property and the surrounding area is home to a wide variety of animals including mule deer and California bighorn sheep.
Call the listing REALTOR® today for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.
Walhachin, BC - accessed off Barnes Lake Road through Crown land.
Accessed off Barnes Lake Road through Crown land. Contact the listing REALTOR® for detailed directions.
Walhachin is a small town located in the Thompson Canyon region of British Columbia. It was established in 1910 as a planned community by the Canadian Northern Railway as a way to attract settlers to the area. The town was envisioned as an agricultural community, and the name "Walhachin" is said to be derived from the words "walhalla," meaning "heaven" in Germanic mythology, and "Chinook," referring to the local Indigenous people.
Walhachin is situated in the Thompson-Nicola Regional District. It is located at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) and the Cariboo Highway (Highway 97), making it an important transportation hub in the region.
West of Walhachin, the Village of Cache Creek is a historic transportation junction and incorporated village 354 kilometres northeast of Vancouver. It is on the Trans-Canada Highway in the province of British Columbia at a junction with Highway 97. The same intersection and the town that grew around it was at the point on the Cariboo Wagon Road where a branch road, and previously only a trail, led east to Savona's Ferry on Kamloops Lake. This community is also the point at which a small stream, once known as Riviere de la Cache, joins the Bonaparte River.
The name is derived, apparently, from a cache or buried and hidden supply and trade goods depot used by the fur traders of either the Hudson's Bay Company or its rival the North West Company. Although it was first incorporated as a Local District municipality with the name Cache Creek in 1959, the name has been associated with this community since long before incorporation.
Cache Creek is situated in the interior of British Columbia, surrounded by semi-arid landscapes. The village is located along the Bonaparte River.
The economy of Cache Creek is often tied to transportation and services for travelers. It serves as a stopping point for those traveling between Vancouver and the interior of British Columbia or to destinations like Kamloops, Kelowna, and the Cariboo region.
The area around Cache Creek offers outdoor recreational activities, and the village attracts tourists exploring the nearby historic Gold Rush Trail and the natural beauty of the region.
Similar to many areas in British Columbia, Cache Creek has historical significance due to its connection to the Cariboo Gold Rush of the 1860s. During this time, the town served as a supply point for miners heading to the goldfields.
Cache Creek experiences a semi-arid climate with hot summers and cold winters. The surrounding landscape is characterized by sagebrush and grasslands.
Cache Creek provides essential services for travelers, including gas stations, restaurants, accommodations, and other amenities.
The surrounding landscape is characterized by sagebrush and grasslands.
Traveling east from Walhachin along the Trans-Canada Highway you’ll come across Kamloops, the second-largest city in BC’s Interior. With abundant sunshine, 100+ lakes within easy reach, Kamloops is ideal for fishing and paddling. Mountain biking and golfing are also popular, and in winter, you can snowshoe, cross-country ski, as well as downhill ski and snowboard at Sun Peaks Resort and Harper Mountain.
Kamloops is known for its extensive park system and numerous trails. Riverside Park, located along the Thompson River, is a popular spot for picnics, events, and outdoor activities. Kenna Cartwright Park is one of the largest municipal parks in British Columbia, offering hiking and mountain biking trails.
The city has sports facilities for various activities, including soccer fields, baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and basketball courts. The Tournament Capital Centre (TCC) is a major sports facility that includes a track, pool, and other amenities.
Kamloops is surrounded by natural beauty, and outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy activities like hiking, mountain biking, fishing, golfing, and water sports on nearby lakes and rivers.
During the winter months, residents and visitors can partake in activities such as skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and ice skating. Sun Peaks Resort, located just outside Kamloops, is a popular destination for winter sports.
Kamloops is known as the "Tournament Capital of Canada" due to its hosting of numerous sporting events and tournaments throughout the year. These events cover a wide range of sports and attract participants and spectators from various locations.
In addition to outdoor recreation, Kamloops offers cultural and arts activities, including art galleries, theaters, and events that showcase local talent.
Please see mapping section, all boundaries are approximate.
50°46'36.11"N and 121° 4'0.74"W
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THE FRACTIONAL NORTH WEST 1/4 SECTION 12 TOWNSHIP 21 RANGE 23 WEST OF THE 6TH MERIDIAN KAMLOOPS DIVISION YALE DISTRICT EXCEPT: (1) PART SHOWN COLOURED PINK ON PLAN A786 CONTAINING 6.93 ACRES MORE OR LESS (2) 5.04 ACRES MORE OR LESS WHICH LIES BETWEEN THE AREAS SHOWN PINK AND BLUE ON PLAN A786 (3) RIGHT OF WAY OF CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY ON PLAN 203 (4) PLAN KAP61148
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