Cuddy View overlooks Bacon Valley, one of Idaho’s scenic valleys at the base of the Cuddy Mountain foothills. Bacon Valley is a quiet area off the beaten path with convenient access by county roads to the communities of Cambridge and Council. The reach of the Weiser River through Bacon Valley is well regarded as a fishery and perfect for floating and fishing late spring and early summer. The nearby Weiser River Trail provides non-motorized access for hiking, bicycling and horse-back riding along the Weiser River for nearly 80 miles. Wildlife in abundance includes elk, mule deer, wild turkey along with the ducks and geese that fly in and out spring and fall.
Lot 8 is a site well deserving of a custom home. The mountain views are panoramic: Hitt, Cuddy and the West Mountains are uninterrupted. The Cuddy Mountain foothills are in full view. Picturesque perfect characterizes the overlook of Bacon Valley with the meandering Weiser River, irrigated fields, and rolling foothills.
Lot 8 is on a quiet county road. Power and phone are underground to the lot line. The parcel is surveyed. CC&R’s apply.
Bacon Valley is a quiet, undiscovered area in West Central Idaho’s Hell’s Canyon Rim Country located just the off the beaten path, yet with easy access by county maintained roads, state and interstate highways to nearby towns and cities. This is big recreation country, rich with rivers, canyons, creeks, reservoirs and mountain lakes. The Payette National Forest with over 2 million acres surrounds the area on three sides and stretching all the way to the Snake River.
The Weiser River through Bacon Valley is well regarded as a fishery and perfect for floating and fishing late spring and early summer. The Weiser River Trail welcomes non-motorized access for hiking, bicycling and horseback riding along the Weiser River for nearly 80 miles. Access is easy to the Weiser River and The Weiser River Trail as well as enormous expanses of national forest, BLM and state lands.
Cambridge, the nearest town and service center is about 5 miles southwest; Council, the Adams County Seat is about 12 miles north. Both Cambridge and Council are small towns with a big sense of community. Both have a variety of businesses including eateries, lumberyards, grocery stores, libraries and K-12 schools. Cambridge hosts Hell’s Canyon Days in June and the Washington County Fair and Rodeo in August. Council is known for its 4th of July Celebration, the Adams County Fair and Rodeo and annual music festival. The popular winter/summer resort town of McCall is about 50 miles north. The state capitol city of Boise and Boise International Airport is approximately a two hour drive primarily on state and interstate highways.