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Washington Land Information
Ferry County stretches 2,257 square miles along the Canada-Washington border. Filled with various waterways, Ferry County still offers much of the same amenities as when it was first founded in 1899. Curlew Lake is home to plenty of rainbow trout and offers fishing, hiking, and camping opportunities. Throughout the county, residents enjoy fishing, hiking, swimming, and boating opportunities, along with the various museums and historical sites that lie within its borders. Land for sale in Ferry County, Washington, recently totaled $18 million and 2,699 acres. It has the 10th most land for sale in Washington based on overall acreage. Based on recent listing values on Land And Farm, the average price ($137,583) of land for sale in Ferry County was 74 percent cheaper than the state average for other Washington land and property currently listed for sale on Land And Farm. Located along the northern border of Washington, and stretching 2,257 square miles, is Ferry County. Rich with waterways, Ferry County offers much of the same amenities as when it was first founded in 1899. Curlew Lake, for example, is teaming with rainbow trout and offers fishing, hiking, and camping opportunities. Throughout the county, one will find that fishing, hiking, swimming, and boating opportunities are abundant, along with the various museums and historical sites. Ferry County is one of the ten biggest counties in Washington (2,203 square miles). Ferry County is located in Eastern Washington. The county is also considered popular among retirees. The combined acreage for sale in Ferry County comprises about two percent of all land and rural property for sale on Land And Farm throughout the Evergreen State. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Ferry County. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming). From an economic perspective, government and state-level services contribute most to Ferry County's overall GDP.


Washington Land Information
Ferry County stretches 2,257 square miles along the Canada-Washington border. Filled with various waterways, Ferry County still offers much of the same amenities as when it was first founded in 1899. Curlew Lake is home to plenty of rainbow trout and offers fishing, hiking, and camping opportunities. Throughout the county, residents enjoy fishing, hiking, swimming, and boating opportunities, along with the various museums and historical sites that lie within its borders. Land for sale in Ferry County, Washington, recently totaled $18 million and 2,699 acres. It has the 10th most land for sale in Washington based on overall acreage. Based on recent listing values on Land And Farm, the average price ($137,583) of land for sale in Ferry County was 74 percent cheaper than the state average for other Washington land and property currently listed for sale on Land And Farm. Located along the northern border of Washington, and stretching 2,257 square miles, is Ferry County. Rich with waterways, Ferry County offers much of the same amenities as when it was first founded in 1899. Curlew Lake, for example, is teaming with rainbow trout and offers fishing, hiking, and camping opportunities. Throughout the county, one will find that fishing, hiking, swimming, and boating opportunities are abundant, along with the various museums and historical sites. Ferry County is one of the ten biggest counties in Washington (2,203 square miles). Ferry County is located in Eastern Washington. The county is also considered popular among retirees. The combined acreage for sale in Ferry County comprises about two percent of all land and rural property for sale on Land And Farm throughout the Evergreen State. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Ferry County. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming). From an economic perspective, government and state-level services contribute most to Ferry County's overall GDP.