Ferry County, Washington Land Information
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 ranks eighth in Washington based on the overall acres for sale here. The value of all land for sale
in Washington's Ferry County recently was more than $34 million, representing approximately 6,300 acres of land for sale in Ferry County. Based on recent listing totals on Land And Farm, there was a four percent increase from last month based on the number of Ferry County land and property listings for sale. Ferry County is Washington's 12th largest county (2,257 square miles). Ferry County is in the state's Eastern Washington region. Farms in the area are principally focused on livestock production (classified by the USDA to include cattle, poultry and hog farming). The county is considered popular among retirees. From an economic perspective, government and state-level services contribute most to Ferry County's overall GDP. To find more Washington land and rural properties
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