All Mt. Hood Area Land Listings

Below you will find all of the current listings for Land between Sandy and Government Camp, Oregon. This list does not contain single family homes, manufactured homes, dondos, townhomes, multifamily, or commercial real estate. To change property types, click on More Filters, or use the Search Bar below.


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Mt. Hood Land for Sale: Pros and Cons

Pros of owning Mt. Hood Land

Natural Beauty and Scenery

Mt. Hood is known for its breathtaking natural beauty and scenery. Owning land in this area means waking up every day to the stunning view of mountains, rivers, or dense forest. The scenic beauty of the area is unparalleled, making it an ideal location for nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful and relaxing environment.

Outdoor Recreational Opportunities

Mt. Hood offers a variety of outdoor recreational opportunities, including hiking, camping, skiing, snowboarding, fishing, hunting, and water sports. The area is a popular destination for tourists and outdoor enthusiasts, making it an excellent investment opportunity. Owning land in this area can offer endless recreational opportunities, and provide a steady stream of income from vacation rentals or outdoor activity services.

Customizable Property and Building Opportunities

Owning land in Mt. Hood also provides the opportunity to customize your property and build the home of your dreams. You can design your property to match your preferences, from landscaping and gardens to recreational facilities. With the vast amount of land available in Mt. Hood, you can truly create a unique and personalized living space.

Privacy and Seclusion

If you’re looking for privacy and seclusion, owning Mt. Hood land can provide just that. With its secluded location and vast wilderness, you can enjoy peace and quiet away from the hustle and bustle of city life. The privacy and seclusion that Mt. Hood offers can provide a sense of tranquility and relaxation that is hard to find elsewhere

Cons of owning Mt. Hood Land

Weather and Climate

One of the biggest challenges of owning Mt. Hood land is the weather and climate. The area is known for its unpredictable weather patterns, including heavy snowfall and rain. This can make it difficult to maintain the property and access it during the winter months. Additionally, the climate can limit outdoor activities for much of the year. Wildfires are becoming more and more prevalent during Oregon’s dry summers which should also be taken into consideration

Land Use and Zoning Restrictions

Mt. Hood has land use and zoning restrictions that can limit building and development opportunities. This can make it difficult to customize the property to your preferences, and limit potential income generation from vacation rentals or outdoor activity services. One of the biggest issues I deal with is permitting times with the county.

Maintenance and Upkeep Costs

Owning land in Mt. Hood can be expensive due to the costs associated with property maintenance and upkeep. Property taxes and fees can add up quickly, and snow removal and road maintenance can be a significant expense. Additionally, landscaping and property maintenance can be time-consuming and expensive. Everything costs more in the Mountains.

Accessibility and Transportation

Mt. Hood is located at a distance from major cities, making it a challenge to access. There are limited public transportation options, and the road and highway conditions can be challenging during the winter months. This can make it difficult to access the property, especially for those who live further away.

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