If your looking for an escape from the everyday hustle & bustle of the city but still want the amenities of the city at your fingertips, then Wilderness Ranch offers the best of both worlds. Situated only 18 miles north of the City of Boise, Wilderness Ranch offers a traffic free drive, new state of the are community water system, maintained roads, a registered firewise community, fire department, over 500 acres of recreational ground for your enjoyment and a variety of attractive wildlife.
Location: At Rush Creek off Hwy 21 North of Lucky Peak.
In Boise County, Idaho
MLS Area 1450
Homesites: 0.50 to 20 Acres
Note: 43,560 ft2 per Acre
250 Lots in Community on over 1,200 acres
Home Owner Association Dues: $127 monthly
What Is Wilderness Ranch?
Wilderness Ranch is a residential subdivision that offers a wide range of mountain living with easy driving to Boise, Idaho.
Where Is Wilderness Ranch?
Wilderness Ranch is about twelve miles northeast of Boise as the eagles fly and about 24 miles along Highway 21 toward Idaho City. Wilderness Ranch is located in Boise County; our county seat is Idaho City.
How Big Is Wilderness Ranch?
There are about 360 lots at Wilderness Ranch totaling almost 1,200 acres. An additional 800 acres of common area is owned and maintained by the Wilderness Ranch Owners Association. Currently there are about 215 developed lots (lots with residences).
What Can You Tell Me about the Water System?
The Ranch water system consists of a state-of-the-art water treatment plant that treats water drawn from Robie Creek and ground water from underground galleries. The facility is located along Robie Creek Road just south of Wilderness Ranch. Treated water is pumped to eight tanks or reservoirs located throughout the subdivision. From these tanks, water is fed by gravity to lots.