1921 County Road 48 , Davis Creek, California, 96101
57 acres (3 surveyed parcels - 19 ac. each) with frontage on Goose Lake & bordering Modoc National Forest public land. One parcel has the old homestead home remains, an old log shed, and other dilapidated remnants of buildings. The terrain is level to stepped slope, affording panoramic views of Goose Lake and the Warner Mountain Range. Access is via County Rd. 48 (Westside Rd.), a maintained gravel road. Goose Lake attracts wildlife and wildlife watchers, campers and boaters. It is habitat to many flora and fauna including large Mule deer, Antelope, Western Grebe, Pelican, Long-billed Curlew, and numerous migratory waterfowl. Recreational activities on or around the lake include kayaking, canoeing, hunting, fishing (a moratorium on fishing the Goose Lake Red Band Trout is in place at this time); Dept. of Fish & Game says - “catch the Browns & release the Rainbows”. When the lake is full, it has a maximum depth of 35+/- feet; Goose Lake is a natural, large, shallow lake with a sandy bottom. The lake levels are very low at this time due to the multi-year drought; a good winter with a mountain snow-pack will recharge the lake. Off the grid with excellent solar, wind, & alternative energy potential. Located in Northeastern California, Modoc County, near the small rural community of Davis Creek. A unique opportunity to buy one or buy all, and a great investment.