Introducing an exceptional land opportunity: a sizable parcel situated across from the North Sterling Reservoir and North Sterling State Park. Just 10 miles north of Sterling, Colorado, this pristine location holds undeniable appeal. Land Lot 3, spanning 37 acres, boasts easy access via County Road 330. Its proximity to the campground and boat launch makes it an excellent choice for boat, camper, or RV storage. The property also holds potential for camping spots, tiny houses, or cabins, offering versatile possibilities. Whether envisioning a stunning lake-view dream home or a serene family retreat embraced by nature, this parcel sets the perfect stage for your ambitions. For more details or to arrange a private showing, reach out to John Herrity or Jake Hyland. Region & Climate In Sterling, over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 15 to 91 degrees and is rarely below 0 or above 100. Sterling gets 17 inches of rain on average per year and averages 31 inches of snow per year. History The town of Sterling is rich in history. Founded by homesteaders along the South Platte River in 1881, Sterling quickly developed into a commercial hub on Colorado’s High Plains and is now the largest city in the Northeastern part of the state located in Logan County, Colorado. Sterling is a farm and ranch community with deep roots on the Colorado prairie. There are many historical sites to see throughout the town of Sterling including the Overland Trail Museum, the Downtown Sterling Historic District, or the City of Living Tree sculptures to name a few.