Kinzua Ranch Fossil, Oregon | County: Wheeler | Acres: 32,000
Kinzua Ranch, a reputation timberland ranch runs across 32,000± contiguous, deeded acres and is highly regarded for its privacy, careful timber management, extensive grazing resources, abundant water and diverse wildlife populations, which include elk, deer, bear, blue and ruffed grouse, waterfowl, quail, and hundreds of wild turkeys. Seeing groups of 30+ bull elk on many elk hunts last fall, this ranch offers archery and rifle hunts paramount to none. With over 95% of the landscape dominated by a highly productive mixed coniferous forest with abundant water features which include large reservoirs, year-round creeks, streams, ponds and various stock water developments. The timber alone is an investor’s dream. The ranch ranges in elevation from 3,100 feet at the lower end of Strawfork Creek to 5,100 feet atop Snow Board Ridge and encompasses a variety of landforms, from deep canyon breaks and expansive forests to rugged highlands with sweeping views of the John Day River basin and the Cascade Mountains. Improvements include a hunting cabin, corrals, reservoirs, paved road access and well-maintained perimeter and interior fencing. Easily accessed year-round via State Highway 19, the ranch is located 11 miles east of Fossil, Oregon and 1.5 hours northeast of Bend, Oregon.
Mule Creek Ranch Elk Mountain, Wyoming | County: Carbon | Acres: 13,671
Mule Creek Ranch is located in Carbon County, Wyoming, and covers 13,671 acres of land that is approximately 9,678 deeded acres with 3,033 acres state-owned and the remaining 960 acres is a BLM lease. The property has over two miles of the Medicine Bow River, along with several miles of adjacent slues, offering brown trout and occasional brook trout. Enhancement opportunities are outstanding along this stretch of river. Also, several miles of Mule Creek, West Fork Wagon Hound Creek and Bear Creek could offer fishing development opportunities.
North Ochoco Ranch Mitchell, Oregon | County: Wheeler | Acres: 8,780
Located in the heart of the Ochoco Mountains, a little over an hour east of Prineville, Oregon, lies the North Ochoco Ranch. This extremely private ranch consists of 8,780+/- acres (8,200 acres deeded), in one large block. The ranch has a 150-year history as an operating cattle and hay with over 800 acres of irrigated or sub-irrigated farmed hay fields, as well as a large irrigation water permit with significant existing irrigation infrastructure, plus 2,000+/- acres timbered canyons. The North Ochoco Ranch is also known for exceptional wildlife opportunities especially Rocky Mountain elk, mule deer and wild bison.
River Island Property Silt, Colorado | County: Garfield | Acres: 112
The River Island Property is located in western Colorado, on the Colorado River south of the Town of Silt. Adjacent to city limits this 112-acre parcel is situated between two channels of the River, with approximately two miles of river frontage. This unique level parcel, has open irrigated grass fields, dotted with large mature Cottonwood trees and significant water rights from the Burnett Ditch.
Savery Creek Ranch Savery, Wyoming | County: Carbon | Acres: 180
UNDER CONTRACT: The Savery Creek Ranch is a 180+/-acre ranch with just under one mile of Savery Creek meandering through. Savery Creek is an excellent fishery downstream of High Savery Reservoir, which creates consistent late season flows, allowing Savery Creek to boast great Colorado River Cutthroat Trout and Brown Trout. Cottonwood trees, willow groves, ponds and meadows make great waterfowl and wildlife habitat. The wildlife includes moose, elk, antelope, mule and whitetail deer and sand hill cranes.
Silver Creek Ranch Mancos, Colorado | County: Montezuma | Acres: 400
Silver Creek Ranch is a stunning 400 +/-acre ranch located near Mancos, Montezuma County, Colorado, approximately 20 miles west of Durango, and is surrounded by the San Juan National Forest. The West Fork of the Mancos River and Silver Creek flow through the ranch, offering excellent water sources for the abundant wildlife. Both of these streams and a beaver pond have populations of Brook trout. In addition, there are two ponds that have been stocked with Rainbow trout. The ranch is heavily treed with mature Ponderosa pines, stands of Aspen trees and Gamble oak. There are many roads and trails that run throughout the ranch which are ideal for horseback riding, hiking, snowshoeing and all-terrain vehicles. The entrance to the ranch is a new high quality, all weather road.