Bull Springs Skyline Forest Bend Oregon 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.
Ellis Ranch in Montana Ismay, Montana | County: Custer & Carter | Acres: 46,040
Ellis Ranch is a large livestock operation located in southeast Montana, consisting of 46,040 +/- acres, all in one contiguous block. The terrain ranges from undulating flats to rolling breaks with a sprinkling of pine and cedar trees, providing lots of protection for cattle and wildlife. The lifeblood of the Ellis Ranch are two prominent natural live water sources being the infamous Powder River and Alkali Creek, which provide water resources for miles of live water, reservoirs, numerous wells both pumped and artesian and extensive irrigation. This is one of the best self-sustaining cattle ranches providing a solid return on investment along with excellent hunting opportunity.
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.
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.
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.
North Ute Pass Ranch in Colorado 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 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.
Ute Pass Ranch in Colorado Divide, Colorado | County: Teller | Acres: 1,740
Ute Pass Ranch lies just on the west side of the Ute Pass summit near Pikes Peak and Colorado Springs, Colorado, with 1,740+/- 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 in Colorado 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.
F-4 Ranch in Colorado Westcliffe, Colorado | County: Custer | Acres: 395
The F-4 Ranch is a hunter’s paradise nestled on 395.83 acres, bordering the San Isabel National Forest. Many trophy elk, deer and other game indigenous to the mountainous regions of southern Colorado reside on the property. Not only does F-4 Ranch offer premier hunting, it also offers grazing land for your cattle/horse operation. This ranch has live water from Cottonwood creek as well as numerous ponds and springs. The bottomlands are irrigated from this creek.
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.
Parlin Darlin Ranch in Colorado Parlin, Colorado | County: Gunnison | Acres: 210
The Parlin Darlin Ranch is a recreational and agricultural property and consists of 210 acres. The ranch is being offered in two configurations, with and without the building complex.The lands are comprised of mostly irrigated hay meadows with excellent water rights and the building site. In addition, the ranch holds adjacent BLM and Forest Service grazing permits allowing the ranch to carry 200 head on a year-round basis. Tomichi Creek flows through the ranch for two miles on the meander and provides seasonal fishing opportunities. The adjacent BLM lands and nearby Gunnison National Forest provide a multitude of big game hunting. The ranch is enrolled in the Colorado Landowner voucher hunting program.
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.