Washington is the country's 18th-largest state, covering an area of 71,303 square miles (46 million acres). 66,456 square miles (93 percent) of the state is land, while the remaining 4,842 square miles is covered by water. Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Land Management and the USDA Forest Service take care of land in Okanogan County and offers hunters access to plentiful hunting; that includes waterfowl, grouse, pheasant, elk and wild turkey. Sockeye salmon, steelhead, trout and bass are plentiful for anglers. Washington's current price-per-acre average places it 18th in the country in terms of land value. Of the 39 counties in the state, Okanogan County currently has the most land and rural real estate for sale.
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