Properties Currently for Sale in Randle, Washington
10718 US Highway 12 Randle, Washington
3 Beds 3 Baths 78.850 Acres
Highway 12 Randle, Washington
177 Shelton Road Randle, Washington
2 Beds 3 Baths 3,048 SqFt 5 Acres
10023 US Hwy 12 Randle, Washington
180 Shelton Road SE Randle, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 2.500 Acres
924 Cline Road Randle, Washington
3 Beds 3 Baths 3,378 SqFt 9.800 Acres
1368 Silverbrook Road Randle, Washington
2 Beds 2 Baths 1,690 SqFt 3.510 Acres
214 Silverbrook Road Randle, Washington
2,972 SqFt 0.180 Acres
Silverbrook Road Randle, Washington
706 Falls Road 34 Randle, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 1,727 SqFt 5.780 Acres
Baugh Randle, Washington
2,221,560 SqFt 51.000 Acres
111 Bluff Mountain Way E Randle, Washington
1 Beds 1 Baths 1,368 SqFt 0.380 Acres
1258 Silverbrook Road Randle, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 2,268 SqFt 9.500 Acres
226 Coleman Hill Road Randle, Washington
2 Beds 1 Baths 1,088 SqFt 4 Acres
119 E Gharet Road Randle, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 1,404 SqFt 0.370 Acres
135 Gharet Road Randle, Washington
3 Beds 2 Baths 1,836 SqFt 0.660 Acres
1845 Cline Road Randle, Washington
1,880,050 SqFt 43.160 Acres
Butler Road Randle, Washington
871,200 SqFt 20 Acres
105 Gharet Road E Randle, Washington
2 Beds 1 Baths 1,356 SqFt 0.210 Acres
1077 Cline Road Randle, Washington
2 Beds 1 Baths 738 SqFt 2.480 Acres
Off Old Barn Road Randle, Washington
409,899 SqFt 9.410 Acres
118 McKay Street Randle, Washington
2 Beds 1 Baths 0.440 Acres
214 Silverbrook Road Randle, Washington
233 Silverbrook Road Randle, Washington
2 Beds 1 Baths 1,244 SqFt 0.490 Acres
Silverbrook (.63) Road Randle, Washington
27,442 SqFt 0.630 Acres
Living in Randle, Washington
The town of Randle, Washington is located within a short drive to services and tourism activities. This town offers a unique combination of small-town businesses, farm lands, and abundant outdoor recreation activities.
Randle is a wonderful launching point for those who enjoy outdoor recreation. Fishing, hunting, kayaking, birdwatching, camping, hiking, ATV use, and swimming are a few of the options available for residents and visitors.
Enjoy beautiful forest roads that lead to lakes and waterfalls. The Gifford Pinchot National Forest is a dominate feature. Burley Mountain fire lookout is a popular destination offering panoramic views of multiple mountain peaks. Lake Scanewa is known for excellent trout and salmon fishing with an annual fishing derby. Randle is also well-known for several beautiful hikes, including Iron Creek Falls. This town serves as a gateway for those who wish to continue on to the Windy Ridge side of Mount Saint Helens or for those who wish to continue on to Mount Rainier and Packwood. Beautiful Cowlitz River scenery is a highlight. Bud Allen/Cowlitz Falls Day Use Park offers athletic fields, a playground, picnic shelters, and a boat launch. Whether you are interested in exploring nature or locating interesting geologic features, Randle is the place for you.
Things to See and Do
Randle is the home of the well-known Cispus Learning Center with overnight facilities, a challenges ropes course, and an indoor rock wall. The Cowlitz Valley Ranger Station is a popular resource for those to plan their outdoor recreation or apply for permits related to huckleberry and mushroom harvesting. The White Pass School District hosts school sports events and the Big Bottom Blast fireworks show in July. Seasonal flea markets are hosted at the Randle Fire Station, and are often partnered with a meal service to raise funds for fire services. Additionally, the Mt Adams Trail Riders Club offers a gathering place for equestrian activities.
White Pass School District: Elementary School and White Pass Jr./Sr High School are located in separate buildings on a shared property. The school athletic teams, the Timberwolves, was created in collaboration with the Morton School District to offer a range of athletic experiences to students, cheered on by their mascot. The school district prides itself on building a close community. The White Pass Scholarship Committee puts on a fundraising event each year. This fun filled event boasts a plated dinner combined with an energetic auction experience.
Randle offers a grocery store and multiple service stations for your essential items. Small specialty shops are available in the same building as the Timberline Library’s Mountain View location. If you are looking to improve or repair your property, Arrow Lumber and Hardware is conveniently located along Highway 12.
Multiple churches and faith-based gathering options are available within the town of Randle.
Article written by: Maria Andrews, Managing Broker/Realtor