Bull Springs Skyline Forest Bend, Oregon | County: Deschutes | Acres: 33,000
Bull Springs Skyline Forest, located just minutes west of Bend, Oregon, is an active tree farm and recreational property that covers 32,995+/- contiguous, deeded acres and borders the Deschutes National Forest. The property has significant long-term appreciation potential with opportunity for sustainable timber management, abundant recreation in combination with residential and mixed-use development.
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.
Miller Land & Cattle Company Toponas, Colorado | County: Routt | Acres: 3,689
A classic western Colorado mountain setting at its finest! Miller Land & Cattle Company located between Vail and Steamboat Springs, right in the middle of Colorado Ski country, recreation opportunities are endless both on and around this 3,689-acre property. A pristine sub-alpine setting, with elevations ranging from 8300 feet and rising to 9200 feet, providing endless views of the Flatops Mountains, King Mountain and Lone Spring Butte surround you. Comprised of open mountain pastures and live water creeks, aspen and pine trees, grassy meadows framed in mountain sage and dotted with stock ponds and springs all of which combine for fantastic big game wildlife habitat adjacent to Forest Service land.
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.
Colorado ZZO Ranch Guffey, Colorado | County: Park | Acres: 164
The ZZO Ranch is a 164 +/- acre piece of Colorado paradise that lies 4 miles north of the quaint town of Guffey, Colorado. The property is located off State Highway 9 for excellent year-round access, and is offered for the first time in 20 years. 3/8 of a mile of Currant Creek runs through this mountain property situated at approximately 8,500 feet in altitude. Brimming with scenic beauty, the property has heavy timber, meadows, beaver ponds, rock outcroppings and expansive views. The varied terrain and vegetation have something for everyone! The property is close to 39 Mile Mountain, in game management unit 58, one of the premier elk hunting areas in the state. Within an easy two-hour drive from the ranch, you can reach the recreation-oriented areas of Breckenridge, Monarch and Copper Mountain, each provide endless summer and winter opportunities.
North Ute Pass Ranch Divide, Colorado | County: Teller | Acres: 1,145
North Ute Pass Ranch consists of 1,145 acres and borders Hwy 24 on the south and County 51 on the north. There is a nice sized lake and Pikes Peak views, plus varied terrain. Historically this property has been used for cattle grazing and hunting lease, and has a resident elk herd. Potential for a future conservation easement.
Redden Ranch 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.
Ute Pass Ranch Divide, Colorado | County: Teller | Acres: 1,479
Ute Pass Ranch lies just on the west side of the Ute Pass summit near Pikes Peak and Colorado Springs, Colorado, with 1,479+/- deeded acres it is one of the few large acreage ranches remaining in the area. The property looks at the northwest side of Pikes Peak and is located west of Divide, Colorado and along both sides of US Highway 24. It has been utilized for cattle grazing along with hunting and recreation and consists of Aspen and Pine ridges with grass covered slopes and live water draws, making it a great recreation ranch for family enjoyment. Historically operated as a summer grazing unit and for private hunting the ranch is in excellent condition with a resident elk herd and plentiful mule deer. Over time the area has seen population growth resulting in an increase in development and conservation values.
Dreamcatcher Ranch Como, Colorado | County: Park | Acres: 225
The views from the magnificent custom built log home, on 225 acres, are quite spectacular, in every direction, from high mountain snowcapped peaks to forested areas to rolling grasslands; this is the Dreamcatcher Ranch. The town of Como was home to the historic narrow gauge railroad which once served the old mining town of Breckenridge by way of Boreas Pass. The roundhouse is still standing in Como.
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.
Baldy Creek Mountain Ranch New Castle, Colorado | County: Garfield | Acres: 440
This 440-acre property is located 15 miles south of the Colorado River outside of New Castle, Colorado. This mountain property sits adjacent to BLM on the south and is surrounded by expansive panoramic mountain views. A seasonal shared road crosses the neighbors and leads to open meadows, oak brush and aspen tree groves along with 2 stock ponds and a seasonal spring. A unique feature of this property is the 3+/- miles of interior roads making access and touring a breeze for ATV or side by side. A great hunting property with many locations for an off-grid cabin. The uniqueness of this property lies in its endless potential. Available in its entirety $722,000 or divided in two – 220 acre parcels available $358,000 - $397,000.
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.
Lovell Hunting Retreat Lovell, Wyoming | County: Big Horn | Acres: 191
Located in Lovell, Wyoming, 191 acres is a bird hunting paradise that will hold pheasant, ducks, and geese with multiple hunting access points. It also holds deer because of the water, shelter, and feed in the area. The property contains multiple building sites to build your custom home. It will make a fantastic horse property and can be customized to suite your needs!