Many of the properties in the Castle Mountain Creek subdivision are considered to have “Geo-thermal potential”. That means that the neighboring properties have drilled wells and have found Geo-thermal water. If neighboring properties have found Geo-thermal water then there is a good chance that the surrounding properties may have Geo-thermal water underneath the surface as well. However there are times that people are in the Geo-thermal zone and the property is surrounded by hot water wells and they will spend the money to drill a well and never find hot water. Because the Castle Mountain Creek Subdivision has community water there is no reason to drill a well unless you are attempting to find Geo-thermal water.
The location of the Castle Mountain Creek subdivision gives its homeowners easy access to the trail system through public land. There are many groomed snowmobile trails and routes that you can get on right out the back door of the community that will take you all over Garden Valley and Boise County. The Garden Valley Snowmobile club does an excellent job of grooming and maintaining the snowmobile trails in this area.
If you are someone who loves to play in nature’s playground this is one of the areas that put it right out your back door. The Castle Mountain Creek subdivision is very desirable Real Estate. IF Geo-thermal water interests you, contact me and I can show you real estate with Geothermal wells or with Geo-thermal potential, or property in Castle Mountain Creeks subdivision that is just plan perfect mountain property.