availbility & vicinity
Your North Idaho Legacy Begins at Clagstone Ranch.
acres of public lands
Secured private land
Hunting, hiking, horses, exploring
And so much more
Endless forest access
With over 2,000 public-access acres in your backyard, there is no shortage of adventure for Hunting, ATV’ing, Mountain biking, and incredible scenery to share with your family!
Private yet proximate
Only a 10 minute drive to town for groceries, hardware store, gasoline, and all your other needs.
Year round fun
Opportunities for adventure in Northern Idaho are endless year round. With fat biking, snowmobiling, and skiing, there is always adventure for the family!
Adventure in Every Direction
With Schweitzer Mountain Resort 45 miles from Clagstone Ranch, skiing and snowboarding with the family is an easily accessible activity. With 2,900 skiable acres and 2,400 feet of vertical drop, Schweitzer Mountain is the largest ski resort in Idaho, Washington and Oregon.
The North Idaho small-town hospitality of Spirit Lake is just a 10 mile drive or a 3 mile trail ride through the forest. Spirit Lake offers swimming, fishing, boating, restaurants and ice cream. Don’t miss the annual Lawn Mower Races down Maine Street!
Just 15 miles east of Clagstone Ranch finds the southern edge of Lake Pend Oreille and the lake-front town of Bayview. The largest lake in Idaho, Lake Pend Oreille is 43 miles long and 1,115 feet deep, making it the 5th deepest lake in the nation. Known for world-class fishing, the lake is home of the 37-pound state record rainbow trout. 4th of July Bayview celebrations are legendary!
Nestled between three mountain ranges on magnificent Lake Pend Oreille, with a wide variety of outdoor recreation plus arts and cultural events happening weekly, Sandpoint is amazing!
Lake coeur d’alene
There is something magical about Lake Coeur d’Alene that’s hard to define, but begins with the spectacular North Idaho sunsets and moonrises, the plunge of an osprey after a fish, the glowing lights of downtown Coeur d’Alene reflecting across its waters at night.
With Spokane International Airport 53 miles away, blessed with a unique combination of outrageous outdoors and amazing attractions, incredible arts and delectable dining, and a historic past living seamlessly with a vibrant future, it’s easy to see why Spokane is on the rise.
To give an overview and quick introduction- my wife and I moved our 4 young children to North Idaho from San Diego almost 30 years. We soon realized that we had to choose between living on acreage in the woods and neighborhood living. There wasn’t much difference between “privacy” and “isolation”. With 4 young children in school, sports, etc. we chose living in town even though we had purchased acreage out of town (Clagstone Ranch wasn’t an option then).