Ranch Marketing Associates


Ranch Marketing Associates represents the top echelon of ranch brokers in the West. Founders Ron Morris and Billy Long have assembled the most knowledgeable western ranch brokers to create a ranch real estate firm that combines extraordinary client service
$49,000,000  •  55,486 acres
A rare treasure, this marvelous landholding is years in the making. This sportsman’s paradise is outfitted with natural resources, production capabilities and magnificent scenery along the continental divide and offers abundant water; resident elk herd; plentiful wildlife; first-class improvements; bison and cow herds and equipment; and irrigable water rights. The ranch has an excellent location next to a jet-accessible airport and city amenities. When larger ranches are disappearing, this legacy ranch is available whole or in 3 tracts.
$4,950,000  •  1,200 acres
The 1,200-acre Vara Ranch offers an opportunity to own a truly scenic property along the Frio River, one of the largest ranches for sale in the scenic Frio River Canyon. The property is located 80 miles northwest of San Antonio, about 1.5 miles east of Concan, Texas . The ranch has 1,200 ft. of frontage on both sides of the crystal clear Frio River—a beautiful cypress-lined stretch of live water that is a popular summertime destination. Vara Ranch offers year-round activities and adventures from hunting and fishing to swimming and other water activities. Contact Billy Long.
$1,750,000  •  385 acres
Nags Head West Ranch, a western lifestyle equestrian ranch, is located on 385 pristine mountain acres just 20 minutes north of the town of Westcliffe, Colorado, in the Wet Mountain Valley. Situated between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the Wet Mountains, the ranch offers over five miles of groomed equestrian trails, a 3,942 sq.ft. ranch-style custom cedar “Real Log Home” from Montana, a 110-year-old authentic miner’s cabin, indoor arena and horse facilities for up to seven horses. The ranch is near the two-million-acre San Isabel National Forest and surrounded by BLM lands, providing unlimited recreational opportunities both on and off the ranch. This turnkey equestrian property is convenient to the Silver West jet-accessible airport and under a two-hour drive to Colorado Springs in an area known for its natural beauty and numerous outdoor activities. Contact Ron Morris.
$12,000,000  •  5,329 acres
Located in the presence of 14,000 foot Mt. Shasta in northern California’s Shasta Valley, Steven Seagal’s 5,329-acre Lava Lakes Nature Preserve is a hidden and private paradise. Its seven beautiful lakes are home to numerous species of waterfowl, deer, bass and upland birds that thrive year-round in the safety and privacy of the ranch. The acreage is a beautiful mix of lush irrigated meadows, wild wooded uplands and spectacular rock formations. The massive 14,063 sq.ft. Tennessee white pine square log residence overlooks Barton Lake and has imposing views of Mt. Shasta. The impressive gated estate contains 9 bedrooms and 10 baths, an extensive water system and a backup generator for off-the-grid dependability. There is an additional 4,200 sq. ft. 3-bedroom, 3-bath home nearby with 2-bedroom, 2-bath guest house, barns and corrals. Lava Lakes Ranch is currently operating as a nature preserve and working cattle ranch that supports 200+ pairs year-round. The nearby town of Mt. Shasta offers excellent cuisine, art galleries, golf and the hospitality of one of the nicest resort towns in the west. Contact Billy Long.
$23,000,000  •  530 acres
A sublime parcel of the American West, Inyanga Ranch consists of over 530 acres of beautiful river frontage, ponds, meadows and historic cabins at the end of a box canyon, protected by steep sandstone cliffs that rise up to the Flat Tops Wilderness in western Colorado. Named after a national park in the owner’s native Zimbabwe, Inyanga Ranch is bordered on three sides by National Forest Land and BLM, and accessed by a narrow road for maximum privacy, tranquility and security. At its center is a jewel box of a house by award-winning Colorado architect Jack Snow of RKD Architects, carefully crafted in a simple palette of metal, cedar and tones of cut granite to echo the surrounding cliffs and blend into the environment. Contact Billy Long.
$2,800,000  •  580 acres
Hillside Ranch is located in the pristine Wet Mountain Valley near the small community of Hillside, Colorado, and just nine miles from the scenic mountain town of Westcliffe. This high-quality executive ranch features outstanding 360 degree views ranging from 14,000 ft. peaks to open pastures, foothills and meadows. Hillside Ranch consists of just over 580 deeded acres of excellent pastures plus irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows, all set up for livestock grazing. The improvements are luxurious and loaded with stunning custom architectural features throughout. Ideal for entertaining, the elegant 7,350 finished sq.ft., 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath home has a large open floor plan, huge master suite, studio/loft, sunroom, gourmet kitchen, and a finished lower level walkout complete with office and wine cellar. A complementary and well-designed multi-function barn is set up for horses. Hillside Ranch is the perfect executive estate located in an area known for its recreational opportunities and scenic beauty. Contact Ron Morris or Duane Daskam.
$2,400,000  •  80 acres
Half Moon Bar Lodge offers an enchanting escape into tranquility and the magnificence of Oregon's wild and scenic Rogue River Wilderness. This beautiful river lodge is discretely nestled among some of the most breathtaking country in the world, and has hundreds of feet of Rogue River frontage with swimming holes and fishing spots. Half Moon Bar Lodge has 80 beautiful acres with vacation cabins and individual cozy rooms surrounded by thousands of acres of remote wilderness. The remarkable wild and scenic lower Rogue River boasts some of the most exciting salmon and steelhead fishing in the Pacific Northwest. Access to Half Moon Bar Lodge is by jet boat or private air strip. Contact Billy Long.
$7,250,000  •  2,000 acres
Offered for sale for the first time in 40 years, the 2,000-acre Deep Creek Ranch in the sought-after Elk River Valley north of Steamboat Springs is diverse with open grassland and alfalfa fields at the southern end of the ranch, irrigated meadows along the easily accessible county road and upland grazing at the northern part of the ranch. Ideally suited for a livestock operation, the ranch has very good cattle handling facilities, excellent fences and numerous ponds and springs. The ranch has been well managed over the last several decades to maximize the production capability without compromising the outstanding elk, deer and bear hunting. The seller has been deliberate about perfecting the water rights, which will convey. The ranch is accessed via year-round, county maintained and lightly traveled roads and has several modest homes and outbuildings--offering a clean slate for the next generation of ownership. Located less than 15 minutes from Steamboat Springs and its world famous ski slopes, Deep Creek Ranch is one of the largest offerings available in this resort area. Contact Christy Belton.
$900,000  •  50 acres
The Murphy Larsen Ranch is 1,500 acres of spectacular alpine scenery nestled in the quaint community of Clark, Colorado. It shares a border with the Routt National Forest. The ranch was thoughtfully developed by a family that deeply values conservation; in the 90’s, they entered into a local agreement with neighboring ranchers to protect and conserve thousands of acres in the Elk River valley. The results of that joint conservation effort are evident today with attractive working landscapes and ranches of the area. The 11 homesites each have direct views of the jagged Zirkel Range peaks towering above the verdant meadows across the valley. Most of the sites are covered with the aspen trees, whose white trunks provide a stark contrast to the green foliage on the forest floor. The improvements consist of a state-of-the art central water system, a simple cabin located near the forest boundary and Owens Cabin, a newly constructed meeting and recreation facility. An opportunity to join in the activities and use the amenities at The Home Ranch, a renowned Relais & Chateaux guest ranch is available to the homeowners at the Murphy Larsen Ranch. Contact Christy Belton.
$2,850,000  •  1,058 acres
The C Lazy J Ranch is a 1,058+/- working cattle ranch consisting of three blocks of deeded land plus state and federal grazing permits. The headquarters area consists of about 180 acres in a park-like setting and is the site of the home, equipment sheds, shop/apartment and hay meadows. A pond winds from the house toward Savery Creek where overflow returns to the creek. The cottonwood trees, chokecherry and willow groves, ponds and meadows make great bird and wildlife habitat. The ranch home is a custom, 4,300 sq. ft. home with terrific views of the irrigated meadows, Savery Creek Valley, Bakers Peak and Columbus Mountain. The C Lazy J Ranch headquarters area, located ten miles from the jet-capable Dixon airport and four miles north of the town of Savery, Wyoming, has nearly a mile of scenic Savery Creek which provides good fishing and irrigation water. Just under Horse Mountain, the 638-acre sage and serviceberry spring pasture supports cattle, deer and antelope. The 240-acre mountain lands, surrounded by the Medicine Bow National Forest, are very pretty with sage parks and aspen groves reaching up to some pine and spruce trees at the base of Battle Mountain. The ranch parcels support countless varieties of wildlife including bear, mountain lion, moose, elk, antelope, mule and whitetail deer, sandhill cranes, blue herons, and Canada geese. Contact Ron Morris or Christy Belton.
$1,900,000  •  1,143 acres
Northfork Hunting Ranch is an exceptional 1,143-acre property with alluring features that provide adventure, seclusion and scenic vistas of the Wichita Mountains. The North Fork of the Red River runs through this ranch and offers good fishing with approximately 3/4 mile of frontage on both sides of the river. In the center of the ranch are two spring-fed 3-acre lakes stocked with fish. Deer and turkey are plentiful and the ranch also has antelope, dove and quail. The property offers structures for living quarters and equipment storage plus electrical power and community water. This land is suitable for both grazing and hunting and has potential to be developed into a commercial hunting facility. Opportunities abound for other outdoor recreation such as 4-wheeling, horseback riding, hiking and camping. Contact Happy Broussard.
$5,500,000  •  2,868 acres
The Arkansas River Valley Ranch is an exceptional ranch property that combines outstanding wildlife opportunities for the avid sportsman with excellent natural resources for farming and ranching. This beautiful and diverse land consists of approximately 2,868 acres that border the famous Arkansas River for over 7 miles, with irrigated farmland, and grazing pastures. The ranch is located in southwest Crowley County, 38 miles east of Pueblo and a few miles south of Olney Springs, and stretches along the northern banks of the river- creating abundant wildlife habitat for waterfowl, deer, elk, antelope, turkey and small game. The farmland traditionally consists of approximately 550 irrigated acres with a huge, modern, 19-tower Valley center-pivot that irrigates about 433 acres, leaving around 120 flood-irrigated acres. The remainder of the ranch consists of pasture/rangeland, rich wilderness river bottom lands and retired farm fields which can be grazed or even irrigated with additional water rights. This superb offering of natural resources including water rights, vast river frontage, farm fields, grazing lands, abundant wildlife, and even gravel resources, make this an exceptionally rare and well-balanced southern Colorado investment opportunity. Contact Duane Daskam.
$2,950,000  •  1,235 acres
Flying W Guest Ranch is a well-known guest ranch in a historic location about 90 miles west of Oklahoma City near Elk City, Oklahoma. Situated in the path of the Great Western Cattle Trail where cattle were driven to market in the 1800s, this 1,235-acre dude ranch includes an old western town set amongst gently rolling grassland. Contained within the acreage is a historic “Buffalo Jump” site documented as the largest and most complex bison kill site by Native Americans on the southern plains. The ranch also has a 9,600 sq. ft. event center, barn with corrals, arena, restaurant, eleven cabins, ten RV campsites, mobile homes and an outdoor stage used for concerts and other activities. The fifth season of the CMT reality television series Cowboy U was filmed on location at the ranch. Flying W Guest Ranch is well-established with facilities and amenities in place to handle weddings, receptions, corporate retreats and parties. Contact Happy Broussard.
$16,000,000  •  642 acres
Conveniently located northeast of Boulder with direct access to the Denver corridor, this spectacular and spacious farm is situated on 642 acres. Boulder Creek flows across the property along with eight ponds, which vary in size up to ten acres, providing recreational value and support to part of the farm’s valuable water rights. This historic agricultural land has been a working cattle ranch supporting 100-150 head, producing 500 tons of Brome and Orchard grass hay, while providing exclusive and comfortable rural living in a strategic location. The scenic Boulder Creek corridor is a prime ecological resource, supports a rich diversity of wildlife, provides excellent fishing of bass, blue gill, crappie, and includes the Heron Rookery’s abundance of geese and ducks. The primary owner’s 3,834 sq.ft. home, with a two-story 1,812 sq.ft. guest house, is located at the crest of a gently-rolling hillside overlooking Boulder Creek valley to the south, and includes a swimming pool and tennis court. An adjacent 2.3-acre lot with exceptional views has development potential. Additional residences include a manager’s home and the landmark 1890 red brick two-story farm house. Other improvements include a two-story barn with attached horse stalls, office and equipment storage along with nine open cattle sheds, four farm equipment/utility sheds and extensive steel pipe corrals. Contact Ron Morris.
$2,900,000  •  580 acres
Hillside Ranch is located in the pristine Wet Mountain Valley near the small community of Hillside, Colorado, and just nine miles from the scenic mountain town of Westcliffe. This high-quality executive ranch features outstanding 360 degree views ranging from 14,000 ft. peaks to open pastures, foothills and meadows. Hillside Ranch consists of just over 580 deeded acres of excellent pastures plus irrigated and sub-irrigated meadows, all set up for livestock grazing. The improvements are luxurious and loaded with stunning custom architectural features throughout. Ideal for entertaining, the elegant 7,350 finished sq.ft., 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath home has a large open floor plan, huge master suite, studio/loft, sunroom, gourmet kitchen, and a finished lower level walkout complete with office and wine cellar. A complementary and well-designed multi-function barn is set up for horses. Hillside Ranch is the perfect executive estate located in an area known for its recreational opportunities and scenic beauty. Contact Ron Morris or Duane Daskam.
$1,979,000  •  4,939 acres
The 4,939 total acre Holkeo Creek Ranch (4,059 deeded acres and 880 state lease acres) is a productive grass ranch located near Point of Rocks Landmark, a promontory along the historic Santa Fe National Historic Trail that guided early settlers to the area. Holkeo Creek Ranch is in northeastern New Mexico about 50 miles southeast of Raton, 35 miles east of Springer and 46 miles west of Clayton. Rare live water known as Holkeo Creek traverses a portion of the ranch supplying water for livestock and wildlife. The ranch is capable of running 250 yearlings or 120 cow/calf pair depending on the moisture conditions. The property is fenced and cross-fenced with two sets of working corrals, two older homestead sites surrounded by cottonwood and aspen trees, and an older sheep pen made out of rock – all adding historical significance to this spectacular ranch. A solar well supplies water to the cattle and wildlife on the west portion of this property, and an older ranch house sits on Springer Highway to the south. Located next to a portion of the legendary T O Ranch (established in 1864) and near the Gladstone Mercantile/Grocery Store, Holkeo Creek Ranch is the ideal ranch for anyone looking for high protein grassland and the hunting and recreational opportunities this area provides. Contact Jason Legler.
$1,649,000  •  162 acres
Grape Creek Hay Ranch is a luxurious farm and ranch property offering the best attributes of southern Colorado. Located in the ultra-scenic Wet Mountain Valley just five miles south of the picturesque mountain town of Westcliffe, this very productive 162-acre irrigated hay farm has a modern and elegant stucco and stone ranch home with over 2,800 sq.ft. of attractive living space designed to capture the natural beauty of this scenic setting. The ranch has abundant water resources with Grape Creek running through the property, deeded irrigation water rights and spring-fed water for livestock. Other improvements include a newer hay storage barn and several 100-year-old rustic, well maintained barns and outbuildings. Grape Creek Hay Ranch is a rare balance of scenic beauty, highly productive land, excellent water rights and first-class improvements. Contact Duane Daskam or Ron Morris.
$1,195,000  •  40 acres
Pronghorn Ranch is a unique opportunity to own a luxurious recreational estate with a Tuscan-styled home in a beautiful rural mountain setting on 40 private acres. Nestled in the scenic Wet Mountain Valley just over three miles from the quaint mountain community of Westcliffe, Colorado, this modern estate is designed for those seeking perfection. With approximately 4,000 sq.ft. of artful design and elegant features, the modern home has custom and top-of-the-line finishes throughout and is situated to take advantage of unobstructed views of massive 14,000’ peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. The property is near the two-million-acre San Isabel National Forest providing unlimited recreational opportunities nearby. Pronghorn Ranch is convenient to the Silver West jet-accessible airport and under a two-hour drive to Colorado Springs and its big city amenities. Contact Duane Daskam or Ron Morris.
$29,000,000  •  530 acres
A sublime parcel of the American West, Inyanga Ranch consists of over 530 acres of beautiful river frontage, ponds, meadows and historic cabins at the end of a box canyon, protected by steep sandstone cliffs that rise up to the Flat Tops Wilderness in western Colorado. Named after a national park in the owners native Zimbabwe, Inyanga Ranch is bordered on three sides by National Forest Land and BLM, and accessed by a narrow road for maximum privacy, tranquility and security. At its center is a jewel box of a house by award-winning Colorado architect Jack Snow of RKD Architects, carefully crafted in a simple palette of metal, cedar and tones of cut granite to echo the surrounding cliffs and blend into the environment. Two miles of Canyon Creek flow through the ranch providing abundant source water for nine acres of spring-fed ponds that teem with three species of trout.- Steep cliffs rise up to the Flat Tops Wilderness in Western Colorado.- Bordered on three sides by National Forest Land and BLM.- Two miles of Canyon Creek- Nine spring-fed ponds with three species of trout.- Excellent water rights, state-of-the-art underground irrigation system, new headgates, high pressure guns and side roll sprinklers.- Water, water, and more water.- Contemporary Home by award winning Colorado Architect Jack Snow of RDK Architects.- Abundant wildlife: large elk herd, turkeys, bears, bobcats, mountain lion, geese and ducks.- Mild western Colorado climate year-round.- Elevation of 6,200 to 6,350 feet.- 10 minutes to Rifle Garfield Airport and about an hour from Vail and Aspen.- Completely re-seeded pastures and meadows.
$1,750,000  •  385 acres
Nags Head West Ranch, a western lifestyle equestrian ranch, is located on 385 pristine mountain acres just 20 minutes north of the town of Westcliffe, Colorado, in the Wet Mountain Valley. Situated between the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the Wet Mountains, the ranch offers over five miles of groomed equestrian trails, a 3,942 sq.ft. ranch-style custom cedar “Real Log Home” from Montana, a 110-year-old authentic miner’s cabin, indoor arena and horse facilities for up to seven horses. The ranch is near the two-million-acre San Isabel National Forest and surrounded by BLM lands, providing unlimited recreational opportunities both on and off the ranch. This turnkey equestrian property is convenient to the Silver West jet-accessible airport and under a two-hour drive to Colorado Springs in an area known for its natural beauty and numerous outdoor activities. Contact Ron Morris.
$899,000  •  191 acres
Currant Creek Valley Ranch is a scenic mountain ranch property that is ideally located just 19 miles northwest of Canon City, Colorado, off the paved highway, and in a beautiful rural valley setting. The ranch consists of 191 +/- deeded acres plus an adjoining BLM allotment of approximately 1,000 acres and an additional private grazing lease. The land is very diverse with pastures and meadows, rugged mountains and creek bottoms, all making for great recreational and ranch activity opportunities. Currant Creek is a seasonal stream which runs through the property and provides irrigation water, stock water and excellent habitat for wildlife. The ranch boasts some of the best deer hunting in the county, with animals coming out of the hills to feed on the meadows and seek water and protection near the creek bottoms. The improvements consist of a very nice, well laid out, brick ranch home built in 1967 with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. The old western livestock corrals and barns are large and rustic with lots of character - with the opportunity for some retrofitting to your taste. Currant Creek Valley Ranch is enrolled in a conservation easement, preserving the open, ranch setting. Contact Duane Daskam.
$6,600,000  •  1,400 acres
Situated at the north end of the Black Forest, Lazy H Ranch is in a beautiful setting on 1,400 acres of rolling terrain with ponderosa tree-covered meadows and Front Range views including Pikes Peak. Located only eight miles from I-25, the ranch is convenient to Colorado Springs and Denver. With fabulous customization in every detail, the 17,000+ sq.ft. owner's home includes an attached two-level 41' X 87' horse barn. Two staff houses each have over 3,000 sq.ft. and a 245' X 160' custom indoor arena includes a front 120' X 60' auction /entertaining and kitchen area. The ranch is complete with a heated horse barn, cattle barn, equipment and hay storage along with working facilities, turnout pens and fenced pastures - all with excellent stock water. Lazy H Ranch is very scenic with first-class improvements, is accessible yet private and perfect for the discriminating buyer. Contact Ron Morris.
$945,000  •  75 acres
Bear Trax Ranch is a spectacular southern Colorado mountain horse property offering high quality improvements, exceptional views and gated privacy on 75 acres of pristine mountain pastures and tree covered hills. Ranch features include an outstanding 3,150 sq.ft. two-story custom log home with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths and scenic views in every direction. A beautiful 36’ X 48’ two-story wood horse barn has 6 stalls, an office and tack room. The barn’s second floor is set up for entertaining large groups and is complete with a kitchen and bathroom. On the hill overlooking the ranch compound is a large newer 72’ X 168’ covered riding arena with an inside bunkhouse and bath. Other features include three small cabins for guests and a large detached garage. Bear Trax Ranch is a quality, well developed and highly maintained property with attention to detail everywhere. Contact Happy Broussard or Duane Daskam.
$1,450,000  •  152 acres
Cripple Creek Ranch is an opportunity to own 152 prime mountain acres with luxury improvements near Cripple Creek - one of Colorado’s top recreational destinations. The ranch is located just five miles north of Cripple Creek along Hwy 67 and only 40 miles west of Colorado Springs with Pikes Peak as a backdrop and magnificent mountain views in all directions. The main residence is a sprawling custom log home which totals nearly 5,000 sq.ft. and has 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. A second home is used as a rental and a recorded campground with 24 existing sites provides extra income. The land is extremely scenic with timbered mountain hills and open meadows and borders Pike National Forest. Contact Duane Daskam.
$3,750,000  •  14,810 acres
The Stroh Ranch is located approximately 20 miles east of Walsenburg, CO and the I-25 corridor and just over an hour southeast of Pueblo, CO. This ranching operation consists of approximately 5,190 deeded acres, 4,240 BLM lease acres, 640 state lease acres* and roughly 4,740 private lease acres. This land has magnificent beauty with the Cucharas River going through it, with deep rocky canyons, rolling high prairie pastures and range land with cedar covered hills. Historically operated as a traditional working cattle ranch, it is owner-rated at over 200+ cow/calf pair year-round. The Stroh Ranch is also an excellent hunting operation with an abundance of elk, deer, antelope, turkey, bobcat and other wildlife for the avid sportsman. The ranch is well established with fencing, water systems, and corrals, but it does not have a home on the ranch property. The family ranch headquarters (Stroh Ranch Headquarters), located just outside of Walsenburg, has two homes, barn, and corrals and is offered separately. Stroh Ranch is your opportunity to own scenic ranch country in southeastern Colorado. Contact Duane Daskam.
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