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.
Sophia Retreat and Events Center Dolores, Colorado | County: Montezuma | Acres: 32
It’s rare to find a facility of this quality in such a magnificent setting that caters to physical and spiritual well-being, as well as being a center for learning, meditation, transformation, and more. Just imagine! Sophia Retreat Center has been, and is still, hosting groups both large and small including: corporate retreats, yoga retreats, holistic groups, family reunions and executive team meetings. The setting and facilities would also be great for weddings. In addition to the aforementioned, the retreat has a very strong lodging business.
Tybar Ranch in Colorado Carbondale, Colorado | County: Pitkin | Acres: 460 +/-
Located in the central Rocky Mountains of Colorado, the historic Tybar Ranch consists of 460+/- acres of scenic and highly productive irrigated land and is currently a highly successful Angus cattle ranch. Ranch improvements include a main home, a employee two level home, employee apartments, an equipment shop, three hay sheds, numerous corrals. There are two barns that include the 22,000 square foot Prince Creek barn with an indoor arena area measuring 18,000 square feet. The ranch has extensive water rights, is secluded, yet close to town and includes panoramic views of the surrounding mountain ranges and Mt. Sopris, features spectacular hunting, and offers numerous recreational opportunities.
Waugh Mountain Ranch in Colorado Cotopaxi, Colorado | County: Fremont | Acres: 18,000
Waugh Mountain Ranch is a contemporary rustic cabin retreat comprised of 18,000+/- acres, 412+/- are deeded, the balance being BLM and State Land Leases grazing for 160 pair in the mountains of Colorado on the eastern side of the great continental divide. The property is located 14 +/- miles north of the riverside town of Cotopaxi, Colorado. Improvements are designed with large gatherings in mind, there is a lodge-style log home, a separate bunkhouse/guest house, calving barn, horse barn and corrals with an outdoor riding arena. Breathtaking views from the property include Waugh Mountain and Loco Mountain to the north, Green Mountain to the east and Bear Mountain with the snow-capped San De Cristo Mountains in the far distance. It is also adjacent to BLM public lands with elk, deer, bighorn sheep and many other species that crisscross the ranch and make the forests their home.
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 being deeded lands and the remaining are on a long-standing, adjacent U.S. Forest Service grazing allotment permit. There are water rights from multiple creeks and springs on the ranch and abundant stored water is also available in neighboring reservoirs on USFS land. The property has abundant gravity-flow irrigation water providing 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 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.
Indian Creek Ranch in Oregon Harper, Oregon | County: Malheur | Acres: 22,200+/-
Located in southeastern Oregon, the Indian Creek Ranch is comprised of approximately 125,200 acres with approximately 22,200 acres of deeded lands capable of running mature animals year-round. This ranch has excellent water characteristics with a number of deep-water fishing lakes, numerous creeks and springs as well as plentiful irrigation water. Recreation is a highlight with Rocky Mountain elk Mule deer and world class upland game bird hunting. Indian Creek Ranch offers a large resource with agricultural and recreational elements present.
Nebraska Ponderosa Ranch Crawford, Nebraska | County: Dawes | Acres: 3,400
Ponderosa Ranch is a 3,400+/- acre working cattle and premier hunting ranch located in Northwestern Nebraska approximately eight miles southeast from Crawford and 30 miles southwest of Chadron, Nebraska. The ranch consists of 1,457 acres of deeded lands and the remainder state, federal and private lease land. The lands offer excellent grassland with scattered Ponderosa Pine Tree forests. There are adequate improvements including a large ranch home, a small cabin, barn, shop and working facilities and corrals. The ranch is currently leased for grazing and hunting to a solid tenant who runs about 270 pairs for six months plus outfits for mule deer and turkey hunting. The offering represents an opportunity to purchase a beautiful “Pine Ridge” area ranch with excellent grassland and premier hunting characteristics.
Redden Ranch in Colorado Gunnison, Colorado | County: Gunnison | Acres: 1,000+/-
Redden Ranch is a sustainable mountain ranching operation with free water flowing from the mountains every year together with high mountain pasture to graze cattle on nature’s nutritious grasses every summer. Redden Ranch represents a ‘drought proof’ fourth-generation cattle ranching operation that has sustained the family for 70+ years. The home ranch consists of nearly 1,000 acres of deeded land located in the Ohio Creek Valley north of Gunnison. The ranch holds a 345 head grazing allotment at the headwaters of Carbon Creek. Livestock are trailed seasonally from the home ranch to the grazing allotment. During that time, the meadows are irrigated from excellent priority water rights and hay is harvested to sustain the herd during the winter. Cattle return from the mountain pasture to graze the aftermath in the hay meadows at which time the calves are weaned to complete the harvest of some of America’s beef. Generations of ranch families still exist in Gunnison County and owning a ranch here allows one to be with nature year-round. Recreation abounds in this area with access to hunting, fishing, skiing, hiking, and horseback riding to name a few of the favored activities.
Antone Ranch in Oregon Mitchell, Oregon | County: Wheeler | Acres: 36,663+/-
The Antone Ranch, located 100 miles east of Bend, Oregon is a legacy recreational ranch consisting of approximately 36,663+/- deeded acres in a large private block with exceptional water resources, including live water creeks, numerous fishing lakes and irrigated lands. With the Spanish Peak as its backdrop, the topography ranges from timber covered slopes, grassy hillsides, steep canyons and large irrigated meadows. The ranch has an elevation range of 6000 feet down to 2600 feet with over 10 miles bordering the Ochoco National Forest allowing for diverse wildlife habit. The pristine mountain 85+/- acre Rock Creek Lake provides unique recreational opportunities ranging from water-skiing to trophy trout fishing. The 14 miles of Rock Creek ribboning through the ranch and multiple lakes boast excellent fishing opportunities. Improvements include multiple homes, shop facilities, paved runway designed for business class jets and multiple building sites. The ranch supports a year round Angus based cow herd of over 665 mature animals, working recreational horse herd, alfalfa grass hay operation, and an extensive pine forest of 10,846+/- acres.
Arizona Rancho Casitas Guest Ranch Wickenburg, Arizona | County: Maricopa | Acres: 120
Rancho Casitas is a European style guest ranch, which offers vintage lodging, horse facilities, and 120 acres of rolling high desert with exceptional location, character and land details combined with mature landscaping and improvements. The property has been continuously operated by the same family for over 50 years and today centers on annual and seasonal guest operations with multiple units and 22 bedrooms. Whether expanded in its present use, developed for luxury residences or created into any number of wellness/therapeutic/rehabilitation retreats, the property has the unmatched setting, feel and location necessary for a great development property.
Blame Her Ranch in New Mexico Santa Fe, New Mexico | County: San Miguel | Acres: 1,630
The 1,630-acre Blame Her Ranch sits at the southern most tip of Glorietta Mesa only 45 minutes from Santa Fe, New Mexico. The ranch’s entire western edge is adjacent to the 1.6 million-acre Santa Fe National Forest, which provides extreme privacy, control over potential future land ownership and access to prime hunting opportunities for both mule deer and elk (Field and Stream rated the Santa Fe National Forest as #4 in the county for Elk hunting). World-class fly fishing on the Pecos River is also only a five minute drive. Located at 7,000 feet with both southern and northern views of at least 70 miles—maybe some of the best in all of New Mexico. There are mature ponderosa pines and pinions throughout the ranch with pasture lands and several seasonal ponds.
Cotterel Equestrian Farm in Colorado Sedalia, Colorado | County: Douglas | Acres: 398+/-
Bordering Highlands Ranch Backcountry Wilderness, just three miles north of Sedalia, Colorado, Cotterel Farms is a 398.68-acre property featuring gently rolling terrain at an elevation of 5,835 feet, with frontage on US Highway 85. High-quality, 18-stall modern horse barn with 7,685 square feet and two 1,952-square-foot caretaker’s homes, is currently used as a polo horse training area. Cotterel Farms offers many possibilities as a horse training/boarding property, equestrian estate with multiple building sites, conservation easement candidate, or a prime development opportunity.
Floresta Ranch in Colorado Crested Butte, Colorado | County: Gunnison | Acres: 1,650+/-
Nestled in the heart of the Gunnison National Forest and bordered by the West Elk Wilderness Area, the Floresta Ranch consists of a 1,650+/- acre in-holding. The ranch is set apart from other high country, mountain ranches with its pristine 10-acre Lily Lake and open, native grassy meadows which are overshadowed by the magnificent Anthracite Range bordering the property’s southern borders. The ranch ranges in elevation from 9,500 to 11,200 feet and is the largest block of unencumbered private land in the area, surrounded by thousands of acres of public land. Magnificent views of East Beckwith Mountain, the Anthracite Range, Storm Ridge, Marcellina Mountain, West Beckwith Mountain, Mount Axtell, Big Soap Park, West Elk Peak and Squirrel Creek are only a few of the numerous monuments throughout the Gunnison National Forest surrounding Floresta Ranch. Anthracite Creek rushes ribbons through the old town site of Floresta a source for deer and elk. This secluded property is only a 25-minute drive from Crested Butte, Colorado which offers theater, music, film arts, year-round festivals, skiing, mountain biking, golf and other outdoor sports, boutique shopping, restaurants and fine dining. The scenic Gunnison Country offers something for everyone!
Freeman Ranch in Arizona Williams, Arizona | County: Coconino | Acres: 67,398
The Freeman Ranch represents one of the highest deeded acreage ranches available in Arizona, as one contiguous operation of 67,398 acres including 34,909 deeded acres. Freeman Ranch is the combination of three historic and reputation ranches into one premier cattle ranch. Located on the San Francisco and Coconino Plateau in north central Arizona, this ranch's roots are traced to the Freeman Ranch, The Pouquette/Red Hill and the Cuervo. This ranch is strategically improved as a commercial cow-calf ranch with the flexibility and potential to run yearlings and stockers.