About Western Pacific Timber, LLC.

Washington Holdings:
Western Pacific Timber, LLC owns a large block of timberland in Klickitat County (the Simcoe block) consisting of approximately 93,000 acres. This land is primarily managed for timber production, utilizing uneven-aged management techniques to produce a sustainable flow of fiber. In addition to timber production, over ninety-five percent of the Simcoe Block is leased to local ranchers for grazing, and the majority of the block is open to the public for non-motorized recreation.

In 2008, WPT acquired 14,000 acres of scattered parcels located in fifteen Washington counties as a result of the Central Cascade Land Exchange between Western Pacific Timber and the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (See Land Exchanges for more information). The parcels were both timbered and non-timbered and were evaluated on a parcel-by-parcel basis to determine their best use. Based on the evaluation results, WPT has sold approximately 10,000 acres of the scattered parcels and is currently marketing the remaining parcels.

Western Pacific Timber, LLC Rules & Recreation Policy:

Access to Western Pacific Timber’s land is a privilege, not a right. Please treat our lands with respect so this privilege can continue.

All WPT lands in Klickitat County east of Highway 97 are closed to public entry

WPT land in Klickitat County, west of Highway 97 is open to non-motorized recreation and snowmobiling. Vehicles are permitted on roads outside of the gated area unless otherwise posted.

From time to time it is necessary to close areas to public entry due to forest operations; this is for the safety of the public and our contractors/employees. Please respect these temporary closures

During periods of extreme fire danger, WPT will close our lands to all public entry. Closures are listed on our website, posted at all gates and notification is given to the local newspapers

Motorized vehicles are not allowed behind any gate, whether it is open or closed

Do not block gates

Camping is allowed for a maximum of 14 consecutive days

Please pack out all trash

The following are strictly prohibited:

• Fires of any kind
• Incendiary devices i.e. fireworks, exploding targets, etc
• Dumping
• Commercial gathering of forest products
• Firewood cutting
• Damage of any kind to standing timber, existing structures, or roads
• Mudding

Violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law

Idaho Holdings:
In 2005, Western Pacific Timber acquired its Idaho block from Plum Creek Timberlands. The Idaho property represents WPT’s second largest block of land ownership, consisting of approximately 40,000 acres of timberland, located in the Upper Lochsa area. These parcels are within the Clearwater National Forest and lie in a checkerboard ownership pattern with USFS lands and had previously been the subject of a proposed land exchange with the USFS.  Since no consensus was reached on the land exchange, WPT is currently actively harvesting and managing timber on its Idaho lands and is marketing some of the lots located along Highway 12, Crooked Fork Subdivision.

WPT previously owned approximately 178,000 acres of timberland in Southern Idaho and in the McCall area. These properties were sold in 2008.

  • Contact Info

    • Western Pacific Timber, LLC
      412 E. Parkcenter Blvd, suite 301
      Boise, ID 83706
      Phone: 208.343.6074
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  • Hillside Parcel

Rules & Recreation Policy

Access to Western Pacific Timber’s land is a privilege, not a right. Please treat our lands with respect so this privilege can continue. Rules & Recreation Policy

Parcels For Sale, Washington State

KT-16 Green Canyon

640 acres in rural Kittitas County for sale. Mostly timbered parcel is adjacent to USFS land with great views of the valley and beyond. MapPhoto 1Photo 2Photo 3