TBD Rupp-Harrisburg Rd, Kamiah, Idaho, 83536






MLS: 11015-10222

196 Acres



What You Should Know

  • North Central Idaho

  • Idaho County No Zoning

  • Farm & Ranch For Sale

  • Wheat farm cattle ranch

  • No building permits no CCR's

  • Hunt your own land

  • Development Potential

  • timber

Why You'll Love It

Tillable dryland farming with hay/grazing land with some timber. would make a great private homesite on acreage or an income producing recreational property for you to enjoy. Plenty of deer, elk, and turkey if you're looking for land to hunt.

Kamiah (/ˈkæmi.aɪ/ (About this soundlistenKAM-ee-eye) is a city in Idaho and Lewis counties in the U.S. state of Idaho. The largest city in Lewis County, it extends only a small distance into Idaho County, south of Lawyer Creek. The population was 1,295 at the 2010 census, up from 1,160 in 2000. The city lies in the narrow valley of the Clearwater River; downstream are Orofino and Lewiston, at the confluence with the Snake River.

The Kamiah area has been inhabited by the Nez Perce for centuries.[6][7] The name "Kamiah" is Nez Perce for "many rope litters," as Nez Perce manufactured "Kamia" ropes in the area to fish steelhead. Also according to Nez Perce tradition, the Appaloosahorse was first bred in the area.

On their return trip east, the Lewis and Clark Expedition camped in the Kamiah area for several weeks during the spring of 1806, waiting for snows to melt.[8][9]

Kamiah is the character name of the Nez Perce/Blackfoot woman in Across the Wide Missouri, a 1951 'mountain men' film set in the 1830s. Similar in fame to Sacagawea of the Lewis & Clark expedition, Kamiah led her associated mountain men's troop over the Bitterroot Range to her homeland (Three Forks, Montana for Sacagawea).

Hohots Ilppilp was the leader around Kamiah from at least the time of Lewis and Clark until the 1840s. When the first leader for all the Nez Perce was appointed, it was Hohots Ilppilp's grandson Ellis who lived in this area and maintained large herds of sheep, cattle and over a thousand horses.[10]

Kamiah is within the Nez Perce Indian Reservation.[11] Similar to the opening of lands in Oklahoma, the U.S. government opened the reservation for white settlement 124 years ago in November 1895. The proclamation had been signed less than two weeks earlier by President Cleveland.[12][13][14][15]

Can also purchase adjacent Harrisburg Ranch (TBD Woodland Road) for more acreage.

There are too many incredible features to list! For more information on this great property, fill out the contact us form on the right hand side of the listing.

Where You'll Find It

  • Street Address: TBD Rupp-Harrisburg Rd
  • City: Kamiah
  • State: Idaho
  • County: Idaho

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Emily Musick

Owner/Associate Broker

Earl Musick

Owner / Broker