Property in Falls Creek faces uncertain future

News

Property in Falls Creek faces uncertain future

Zink family, tired of trespassers, plans to sell 30 acres in Hidden Valley
Ed and Patti Zink’s 30-acre parcel in Falls Creek is listed under the Wells Group for a half-million dollars. On Wednesday, Patti Zink walked around the property and explained how the family, who has owned it for several years, wants to sell it to a private buyer or, as they prefer, sell it to the public for conservation at a significantly discounted price.
Ed and Patti Zink have tried a number of tactics to keep people from trespassing on their land in Falls Creek near a waterfall that the public accesses either from County Road 205 or County Road 203. The Zinks say the signs are torn down or ignored.
The property at the Falls Creek waterfall is owned by Ed and Patti Zink, but that hasn’t stopped trespassers from hiking into the area. The waterfall is accessible from County Road 203, adjacent to U.S. Highway 550, or from County Road 205 near Falls Creek Archaeological Area.
Ed and Patti Zink’s property that is for sale between county roads 205 and 203 is outlined in bright green. After years of dealing with trespassers, the family, who has owned the property for several years, wants to sell it to a private buyer or, as they prefer, sell it to the public for conservation at a significantly discounted price.

Property in Falls Creek faces uncertain future

Ed and Patti Zink’s 30-acre parcel in Falls Creek is listed under the Wells Group for a half-million dollars. On Wednesday, Patti Zink walked around the property and explained how the family, who has owned it for several years, wants to sell it to a private buyer or, as they prefer, sell it to the public for conservation at a significantly discounted price.
Ed and Patti Zink have tried a number of tactics to keep people from trespassing on their land in Falls Creek near a waterfall that the public accesses either from County Road 205 or County Road 203. The Zinks say the signs are torn down or ignored.
The property at the Falls Creek waterfall is owned by Ed and Patti Zink, but that hasn’t stopped trespassers from hiking into the area. The waterfall is accessible from County Road 203, adjacent to U.S. Highway 550, or from County Road 205 near Falls Creek Archaeological Area.
Ed and Patti Zink’s property that is for sale between county roads 205 and 203 is outlined in bright green. After years of dealing with trespassers, the family, who has owned the property for several years, wants to sell it to a private buyer or, as they prefer, sell it to the public for conservation at a significantly discounted price.
Reader Comments