Bar Diamond X Ranch in Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado | County: El Paso | Acres: 80
Bar Diamond X Ranch is a top-of-the-line 80-acre equestrian property located in the Black Forest area of northern El Paso County near Colorado Springs, Colorado. The ranch features a 5,900 square foot ranch-style stucco and stone home with many extras. It will convey with most of the furniture. Improvements also include a 42’ X 84’ seven stall barn and 125’ X 250’ heated indoor arena. The property is a horse lover’s dream with outstanding facilities and breathtaking views of the Front Range – from the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to the peaks north of Denver. The property is perimeter and cross fenced. It has livestock sheds, pond and two water wells. There is in addition to the large indoor arena an outdoor arena.
Coyote Canyon Ranch in Colorado Florence, Colorado | County: Fremont | Acres: 329
The Coyote Canyon Ranch is a 329-acre deeded recreational ranch located a short 35 minute drive southwest of Colorado Springs and 100 miles south of Denver, Colorado, near the quaint small town of Florence. The ranch features all of the highly sought-after elements of a recreational ranch such as world-class hunting, close by major airport access, a seasonal creek, sweeping mountain views, total privacy, year round access, horse, ATV and dirt-bike riding trails along with a plethora of wildlife including giant mule deer, black bear, coyotes, elk and a variety of migratory birds. But this ranch is also one of Nation’s premier privately owned remote shooting facilities.
Hall Ranch in Wyoming Rock River, Wyoming | County: Albany | Acres: 21,300
The Hall Ranch is located in Albany County, Wyoming about 45 miles north of Laramie. The ranch consists of 21,300+/- acres with over 17,000 acres deeded. Highlighted by over 15 miles of Rock Creek traversing through the ranch, there are over 2200-acre of irrigated and sub-irrigated creek bottomlands with good water rights. The Hall Ranch has been owned by the same family for nearly 70 years and well developed with fences, pastures and hayfields. The property is a fine working ranch with added benefit of mule deer and antelope hunting opportunity.
Hang's River Ranch in Colorado Silt, Colorado | County: Garfield | Acres: 80
Hang's River Ranch is located in western Colorado, between Grand Junction and Glenwood Springs and only 1/8 miles to Silt. This 80-acre property is a unique level parcel with ½ mile of river frontage, significant senior water rights, open irrigated grass fields, dotted with large mature Cottonwood trees.
Kinzua Ranch in Oregon Fossil, Oregon | County: Wheeler | Acres: 40,000
Kinzua Ranch, a reputation timberland ranch runs across 40,000± 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.
Mantle Ranch in Colorado Dinosaur, Colorado | County: Moffat | Acres: 525
The Mantle Ranch is 525 acres of spectacularly remote landscape surrounded by the largest National Monument in Colorado. The ranch is a living display of time – human and geologic. It is wild, scenic, remote and rich in history and boasts one of the largest privately owned collections of petroglyphs in the United States. Consisting of two non-contiguous parcels, the ranch has continuously operated as a horse and cattle ranch for the last hundred years. The lower acreage is just over 5,100 feet in elevation and is known as The Mantle Ranch parcel; lush irrigated meadows flank the Yampa River here as it flows toward its confluence with the Green River about 10 miles downstream. The upper acreage, known as the Red Rock Ranch parcel, is several hundred feet higher in elevation and consists mostly of sagebrush pasture with water supplied by springs and a drilled well. Grazing rights on the adjacent public land are appurtenant and complement the livestock operation. Both parcels are accessed via seasonally maintained county roads. Located in Colorado’s largely unspoiled northwest corner, the ranch is distinct from any ranch on the market today.
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.
Sopris Pastures in Colorado Carbondale, Colorado | County: Garfield | Acres: 84
The 84+/- acres of Sopris Pastures is located 30+/- minutes northwest of Aspen, Colorado and consists of 40 acres in hay and pastureland interspersed with sagebrush, river bottom and conserved land, mainly level terracing to almost a mile of Roaring Fork River. The property has excellent senior water rights and is currently used for hay and cattle pasture. There is a choice of several great building sites where you can build your dream home. The location and rural zoning are ideal for a fishing retreat, horse property or small ranch. This remarkable property is a jewel and you really need to get your boots on the ground to appreciate the land, the river and the fabulous view!
South Ute Pass Ranch in Colorado Divide, Colorado | County: Teller | Acres: 595
South Ute Pass Ranch is 595 +/- glorious acres directly adjacent to the town of Divide, Colorado. Hwy 67 frontage plus Highway 24 frontage. Twin Creek runs through this property and it borders Mueller State Park on the south boundary. Unbelievable views of the back of Pikes Peak and the Crags. Huge aspen plus open meadows and rolling to level terrain. Historically used for cattle grazing, this property has great development potential for 35-acre parcels.
Woods Landing Resort in Wyoming Jelm, Wyoming | County: Albany | Acres: 54
The Woods Landing Resort is a historic retreat located at the base of the Medicine Bow Mountains, approximately 27 miles southwest of Laramie, Wyoming. The Laramie River courses through the 54.20 acres for over ¼ mile, with additional river access nearby offering miles of great fly fishing right out the door. This is an exceptional opportunity with the large acreage and river access. Lodging at the Woods Landing Resort includes a newer 3,500 square foot home, the fully furnished three-bedroom river guest house, a new luxury log cabin duplex, six rustic log cabins and 10 RV spaces. Full service restaurant, bar and dance hall, as well as a general store, and the Jelm, Wyoming post office.
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.
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.