North Ochoco Ranch in Oregon 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.
Water Valley Ranch in Wyoming Encampment, Wyoming | County: Carbon | Acres: 97
Located within the Rocky Mountains and situated next to the Encampment River Wilderness, Water Valley Ranch offers a truly unforgettable experience for every individual. This 97-acre ranch is nestled along the Encampment River offering wonderful outdoor and indoor activities and is the perfect place to host corporate retreats, enjoy family reunions, celebrate weddings, or unwind for a weekend.
Anglers Envy Ranch in Wyoming Dixon, Wyoming | County: Carbon | Acres: 280
Curving along the banks of the Little Snake River lies the 280-acre ultimate outdoorsman ranch with spectacular fishing opportunity with 1.25 mile of riverfront access along the Little Snake River, abundant wildlife and lush hay meadows. Enjoy iconic views overlooking the river, hills and mountains. The ranch includes two homes, metal shop and equipment building. Nearby amenities include the Russell Community Arena, a 50,000 square foot indoor riding arena and the Dixon Airport with a 7,000' runway.
Chicken Creek Ranch Hayden, Colorado | County: Routt | Acres: 5,460
Consisting of 5,460+/- deeded acres 35 miles north of Hayden and the Yampa Valley Regional Airport, this rare mountain ranch is home to abundant wildlife, a lodge and guest home overlooking two stocked reservoirs. Enrolled in the Colorado Ranching for Wildlife Program, the ranch offers 17 bull elk licenses and 8 buck deer licenses for landowner use and is home to hundreds of elk and mule deer. Three large bordering ranches and no public land boundary buffer the ranch and wildlife moves freely between. Water resources include eight adjudicated springs and four permitted reservoirs, three of which offers fishing. The recreational opportunities also include horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, wildlife photography, snowmobiling and more. The improvements, capturing the mountain and lake views, include a 3,400-square-foot, four-bedroom, five-bath main home/lodge, large commercial-grade kitchen, laundry and great room. There is a guest home, shop, game processing building, off-grid systems and a grass landing strip, STOL only. The ranch is accessible by well-maintained gravel roads, but has limited winter access. 4,940 acres are protected by a liberal conservation easement with provisions for more improvements should an owner desire. The remaining unencumbered parcel provides development potential or other value-added opportunities.
Elk Mountain Ranch in Colorado Buena Vista, Colorado | County: Chaffee | Acres: 5
Elk Mountain Ranch is a dude/guest ranch located in one of the most scenic mountain areas of Colorado, with the largest assortment of peaks over 14,000 feet in the lower 48 states. Accommodations include six cozy, log cabins, the Elk suite and three Pioneer Lodge rooms, accommodating up to 35 guests. Many recreational opportunities are available on the ranch including: horseback riding (the most popular activity), marksmanship, trapshooting, archery, full-day whitewater raft trips with local companies, fishing in high mountain lakes and much more.
Fishhole Creek Ranch in Oregon Lakeview, Oregon | County: Lake | Acres: 15,300
A true slice of heaven, Fishhole Creek Ranch is a beautiful and historic piece of property located in Oregon's southeastern corner. The ranch consists of a total of 15,300+/- acres; 3,598 acres deeded lands and the remaining acreage on a long-standing, adjacent U.S. Forest Service grazing allotment permit. There are water rights on creeks and springs on the ranch and on abundant stored water in multiple reservoirs on neighboring USFS land. The property has ample free irrigation water to provide exceptional grazing from April to November with rich feed for 800 pair of cows/calves. Included is the Aspen Ridge Resort, a 7,000 square-foot log lodge and five 1,250 square-foot log cabins, and a historic homestead featuring a two-bedroom log cabin, multiple barns and out-buildings, corral, and pastures. The homestead offers an ideal place for a ranch hand to live.
Little Laramie River Ranch Laramie, Wyoming | County: Albany | Acres: 103
Located just 20 minutes west of Laramie, Wyoming, the Little Laramie Ranch is 103 deeded acres with the Little Laramie River providing exceptional water and a surprising fishing resource for 3/4 mile. The small, irrigated hay meadow is exceptional and hayed by the neighbor along with an irrigated pasture to winter a few horses located along the river bottom. The remaining land is dry land pasture on a bench overlooking the river.
Antlers Rio Grande Lodge in Colorado Creede, Colorado | County: Mineral | Acres: 35
Creede and the Rio Grande valley in which the 35-acre Antlers Rio Grande Lodge and Riverside Restaurant are located is one of the most attractive yet “least discovered” areas of Colorado. The town and the area offer a wide variety of sights, views, recreation, theatre, galleries, gift shops, and history of this old mining town. Silver was discovered in the Creede district in 1890 by Nicholas Creede who had wintered the year before on what is now the Antlers property. Production of gold and silver continued through 1983 and totaled 2,490 metric tons of silver and 4.7 metric tons of gold.
Silver Creek Ranch in Colorado 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.