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$223,822,592  •  335,952 acres
Dove Mountain Ranch is a massive contiguous cattle and hunting ranch is at the gateway to Big Bend National Park to the south and is home to a wide array of natural features. If there is one thing that makes this ranch stand out is the availability of Desert Big Horn Sheep habitats as well as the availability of permits by TPWD.
$14,950,000  •  9,493 acres
The 9,493-acre Buckeye Creek Ranch is a world-class recreational facility! Located only twenty minutes from Cache Creek Casino Resort, one hour from Sacramento, and two hours from San Francisco, the ranch is in a prime location.
$21,500,000  •  8,880.14 acres
Located at the upstream end of the Stillwater River Canyon, the Flying C Ranch operates on just over 10,700± acres, of which 8,880± is deeded, and the balance is encompassed in two BLM permits and a state lease. The ranch benefits from a 100-head grazing permit on the adjacent national forest. The ranch headquarters and the owner’s compound are situated along one-and-a-half miles of the Stillwater River. This “river unit” consists of around 300 acres, including 59± acres of flood-irrigated hay meadows, the aforementioned owner’s home, the manager’s home, a classic horse barn, guest houses, and other outbuildings. The ranch rises steeply from there to include dramatic foothills that open into rolling grasslands running to the national forest boundary. Tucked away amongst these scenic foothills are significant portions of two other lush valleys through which flow Bad Canyon Creek and Trout Creek. The latter offers an appealing small trout fishery that complements the ranch’s frontage on the Stillwater River, the area's dominant, highly regarded big stream fishery. As one would expect, wildlife is prolific as there is a desirable and very private habitat for everything from species of deer to elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion. Also, the canyons and grassy hillsides are ideal for upland birds and raptors. The lower valley offers an intimate experience with views of dramatic cliffs, and as one gains altitude, the entire Beartooth Front comes into view and is truly awe-inspiring from these vantage points. The ranch supports 225 cows and carries over the calves with supplemental hay purchases. From imposing cliffs, rivers, and streams to dramatic canyons, secret coulees and private valleys, and timbered and aspen-covered slopes, the Flying C Ranch operates in an amazingly diverse and wildlife-rich landscape. Many have said it is like owning a national park. The Facts: ~Location: 20 miles west of Absarokee and six miles north of Nye ~Acreage: 10,717± (8,880± deeded plus BLM and State leases) with a 100-head USFS permit ~Terrain: Riparian, cliffs, canyons, rock formations, open foothill grasslands, meadows ~Improvements: Modest owner’s home, guest cabins, managers house, and outbuildings ~Water: About one-and-a-half miles of Stillwater River, small trout stream, irrigated meadows, 17 filed spring rights, and stock water pipelines ~Operation: 225 mother cows year-round and carry calf crop over to fall of 2nd year with some hay purchased depending on winter conditions ~Access: Just off the paved highway on a good, graveled county road ~Views: Dramatic! Of the Beartooth Front – Montana’s highest mountains ~Wildlife: Deer, elk, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion with canyons and grassy hillsides ideal for upland birds and all manner of raptors ~Summary: The complete package – scenic, excellent trout fishing, incredibly diverse country adjoining the national forest, a fantastic cross-section of most wildlife species, and a viable cattle operation
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$16,250,000  •  4,666.87 acres
$17,900,000
Positioned on the east flank of the valley, the 4,667± acre Bitterroot Mountain Retreat offers a well-blocked and private holding, one hour from Missoula, Montana’s second largest city. Nestled in the foothills of the Sapphire Range, this sprawling complex delivers a classic foothill assemblage with an expansive, gently ascending native range below, giving way to forested ridges and gullies in the upper elevations. Sharing a five-mile boundary with Bitterroot National Forest, the recreational opportunities are significant on both the deeded and public grounds. The ranch is lightly yet thoughtfully improved, with a lodge and two remote cabins. Hunting District 261, where the property is situated, is one of Montana’s top trophy Mule deer management areas. In addition to quality mule deer, elk utilize the property in archery and rifle season, offering good representative bulls. Other species, such as whitetail deer, black bear, mountain lion, grouse, and a myriad of smaller game and birds, call the ranch home. In addition to hunting, the property offers a multitude of recreational pursuits, including horseback riding, hiking, four-wheeling/trail riding, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and bird watching. The vast mountain ranges, beautiful meadows, long vistas, and lush valleys contribute to the area and include trail systems that offer additional recreational experiences. The Facts: ~4,667± acre, well-blocked mix of native range and timber on the east flank of the famed Bitterroot Valley in the foothills of the Sapphire Mountain Range ~3,700± square foot resplendent metal-clad lodge with accommodation for a dozen guests, commercial kitchen, spa, and game processing/storing facility situated in prime elk and mule deer habitat ~Two fully-appointed hunting cabins accommodate several guests each ~Coveted Hunting District 261 with one of the best trophy mule deer tags in the state ~Five-mile boundary with the United States Forest Service increasing recreational opportunities ~One hour's drive to Missoula, Montana’s second largest city, and 25 minutes to Hamilton, a town of approximately 5,000 people ~194 AUM state grazing lease ~Extensive stock water system utilizing wells and springs ~Perimeter and cross-fencing ~The Bitterroot Valley offers some of the mildest climate in the state
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$8,150,000  •  4,193 acres
$8,500,000
The Eagle Rock Ranch just outside Capitan, NM is a prime location cattle ranch with numerous spots perfect for building your mountain home and ranch headquarters. The property is blessed with tremendous views of the Capitan Mountains bordering the north side of the ranch and the Sacramento Mountains to the south of Capitan. Sierra Blanca Mountain (with Ski Apache) offers beautiful views to the southwest. The Village of Capitan is on the southwest corner, US Highway 380 on the south, and the Lincoln National Forest, with all its recreational opportunities, is on the northeast boundary. Seclusion, privacy, quiet, yet proximity to the attractions of the Ruidoso area make this ranch a great candidate for a person seeking a mountain ranch, a high-end developer, or someone simply desiring an exclusive property to build their ranch home and headquarters near Ruidoso. LOCATION Eagle Rock Ranch is located about 25 minutes from Ruidoso and about 35 minutes from Ruidoso Downs. This area embodies all that New Mexico rural mountain ranch life can be. Lots of peace and quiet but close to skiing, restaurants, shopping, amenities, and the culture of the Ruidoso area. TOPOGRAPHY, RANGELAND & HABITAT The acreage consists of 4,193 total acres with 2,412 deeded acres and 1,781 NM state lease acres. The terrain varies with open meadows, forested hills and ridges, canyons, and arroyos. The altitude ranges from about 6,400 feet near the southwest corner to about 6,750 feet on the highest ridge near the center of the ranch. Flora consists of pinion pine, scattered ponderosa pine, juniper, and mountain mahogany. Range plants include blue, black, and side oats grama, buffalo grass, and various other forbs and grasses. WILDLIFE The deeded acreage of the ranch has not been hunted in recent years and big game present or transiting the ranch includes elk, deer, antelope, black bear, and mountain lion. Smaller predators and small game are present as well. The ranch is located within Game Management Unit 37. The ranch currently receives unlimited over-the-counter landowner elk, deer, and antelope tags. IMPROVEMENTS The ranch has good perimeter and cross fencing with several large pastures and traps as well as a set of pens near the southwest corner bordering Capitan. A new 3060 foot shop building and an older 6-stall horse barn is at the same location. WATER Water is widely distributed on the ranch via pipelines and supplied from two storage tanks. The large tank is estimated at 35000 gallons and the smaller tank is 2500 gallons. Water is sourced from one generator-powered well near the center of the ranch. Numerous earthen dams are located throughout the ranch to conserve runoff from rain and snow. There is a live water spring-fed creek at the extreme southern end of the ranch near US 380 and several wet weather creeks scattered throughout. Capitan Village water and sewer utilities are located at the southwest corner. A 444-acre portion of the property on the west side is subdivided and is listed for a potential separate sale (listing # 17933855). A plat is available. The potential for an exclusive private ranch development is inherent.
$150,000,000  •  3,720 acres
30 minutes from Aspen Situated in a private mountain valley in the pristine Capitol Creek Valley The largest property of its kind near Aspen Three creeks meander through the ranch for over 5 miles Irrigated meadows with historic water rights irrigating 1,200 acres Features three main characteristics: The 2,780 +\- acre main headquarters, including the monastery and retreat center The 437 +/- acre West Meadow, an irrigated mesa that adjoins the Headquarters to the west The 567 +/- acre McCartney Mesa to the south that towers over the entire property Excellent hunting opportunity as the property sits in Colorado Game Management Unit 43 Small stream fishing on Capitol Creek Exquisite and tranquil lands perfect for hiking, horseback riding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and more Excellent opportunity for conservation
$4,000,000  •  3,574 acres
Ideal horse and/or cattle ranch along the Snake River with irrigated pastures and native range ground up into the hillsides.
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$15,900,000  •  3,526 acres
The Porter Ranch—Colorado Legacy Ranch for sale near Aspen & Glenwood Springs Large acreage Western Colorado ranch with abundant water rights for sale Large ranches in the Aspen/Vail/Grand Junction triangle do not often come up for sale, but the Porter Ranch, located just a few miles south of the town of New Castle, is now on the market. The ranch has excellent assets, including 3,526 deeded acres, superior water rights, beautiful year-round climate, irrigated hay meadows, world-class hunting, easy access to I-70 and airports, and a blank slate for future development. Quick Details:  3,526 Deeded Acres  885 Irrigated Acres 1,175 Acre-Feet of Water Trophy Bull Elk Hunting, Mule Deer, Turkey, Bear, & More Working Corrals 120x50' Hay Shed 80x40' Machine Shop Manager's Home: 2015 Modular Pressurized Irrigation Systems Historic Cattle Ranch  A historic legacy Colorado cattle ranch and hunting ranch is offered for sale The Porter Ranch is one of the most historic ranches on the Western Slope, as the forebears of the Porter family gathered up a herd of cattle near Denver in 1880 and drove the herd all the way across the mountains to the Grand Valley on a 3-month cattle drive. It was one of the earliest settled ranches on the Western Slope. The Porter Family has held the ranch for the past 5 generations, raising hay, running cattle, and outfitting hunters on the ranch. Centrally located on the I-70 corridor between Grand Junction, Aspen, Vail, and Glenwood Springs The Porter Ranch is easily accessed from Exit 105 on I-70, which parallels the Colorado River as it flows through New Castle and then down to Rifle and Grand Junction. From I-70, it is a short 11-minute drive up Alkali Creek, or County Road 312, to the ranch gate. Glenwood Springs, with its famous Hot Springs Pool, Fairy Caves, and tourist attractions, is just 15 minutes further up I-70, and Aspen is a total of 1:15 from the ranch. Vail is 1:17 from the ranch. Grand Junction, with its regional airport, Colorado Mesa University, Country Jam, world-class hospitals, and excellent concert venues, is about 1:25 down I-70 from the ranch gate. There are four different airports in fairly close proximity, including Aspen, Vail (which is actually Gypsum, under an hour from the ranch); Grand Junction; and Rifle airport, which doesn’t have connecting flights, but can land large jets. Rifle airport is less than half an hour from the Porter Ranch. The Porter Ranch is located at a pleasing elevation for year-round enjoyment Many Western ranches are located at high elevation, where heavy snowfall can make life difficult. Winters are long and frozen, involving feeding hay to hungry animals, plowing snow, and waiting for spring. Fall comes too quickly and it’s winter again. With the Porter Ranch headquarters at 6,000 feet in elevation, the ranch has an enjoyable year-round climate. Spring comes earlier, fall arrives later, and the ranch enjoys a long growing season. The upper reaches of the ranch top out at 7,800 feet, so there are zones that have a longer winter, but generally speaking the weather is pleasant on the Porter Ranch. Water resources on the Porter Ranch for sale—excellent water rights for ranching or future development As the saying goes in the West, “whiskey’s for drinking; water’s for fighting,” because water is such a precious resource. The Porter Ranch has several different diversion points from local creeks to water the ranch, as well as a large reservoir situated on the top of a ridge overlooking the basin below. Fed by mountain snowmelt, the reservoir holds 1,175 acre feet of water that is entirely dedicated to the ranch. Further, the Porter family installed a network of underground water pipelines to irrigate close to 800 acres of the ranch with gravity-fed pressurized sprinklers, which makes for an easy job of irrigating and results in quality hay production. There are 4 large center pivots and an array of big gun sprinklers to reach the best areas on the ranch for hay production. Colorado GMU 42 Private Ranch Big Game Hunting for Trophy Elk, Mule Deer, Bear Serous big game hunters will love the hunting opportunities on the Porter Ranch, which is famous for outstanding hunting for elk, trophy mule deer, and bear, as well as turkey and grouse. The ranch is in the heart of Colorado GMU 42, which has been known as one of the top producers of trophy mule deer bucks since the Boone & Crockett club was organized in the late 1880’s by Teddy Roosevelt and his cohorts. In fact, TR stayed in the famous Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs and his guides took him up Alkali Creek to hunt on the Porter Ranch and adjacent properties for mule deer and bear in 1905. The ranch is classic mule deer and elk habitat, with sagebrush and pinyon-juniper forests in the lower elevations and oak brush mixed with aspens at the higher elevations. The ranch provides critical wildlife habitat, as numerous does and fawns can be spotted while touring the ranch, and herds of elk live on the ranch year-round. Bulls scoring up to 360” have been taken on the property, and many bucks scoring 180”-200” have been harvested on the Porter Ranch, including several Boone & Crockett record-book entries. Outstanding future development property—the Porter Ranch is one of the last big ranches in the Roaring Fork Valley Growth and development has accelerated in the Aspen corridor and property values are high. The average home price in Carbondale, just 25 miles to the southeast, is over $1,600,000, and Aspen home prices averaged $14 million in 2022. This ranch is basically a blank canvas for development, with high demand in the I-70 corridor for new homesites, especially in a private ranch setting. The ranch has more than adequate water to serve new development, and Garfield County is receptive to new projects. There are literally hundreds of gorgeous homesites on the Porter Ranch, from which there are only a handful of other homes within eyesight. Limited improvements on the Porter Ranch, leaving a blank slate for the new owner Many Western ranches have been highly improved over the years with improvements that are not necessarily to the taste or function of new ownership. The Porter Ranch has few improvements and those structures on the ranch are utilitarian. Aside from the small historic ranch home, there is a 4-bedroom, 2-bath modular home (built in 2015) that would serve well as a ranch manager’s home; a 40 x 80 machine shop; a 50 x 120 hay barn; and a set of cattle pens. There is no grand lodge or set of cabins or trophy custom home. It is basically a blank slate for a new owner to come in and design the next role for the property. An Outstanding Buy-and-Hold Strategy for the Wise Investor Looking for a Western Ranch With its unique combination of assets, the Porter Ranch offers a wise investor a very good buy-and-hold strategy for land banking. Every investor knows that the stock market may not be the best place for their money, and land has appreciated steadily in value over the decades. The development potential of the Porter Ranch cannot be overlooked—it will only appreciate in value. Its water rights alone are worth millions. However, the ranch can serve as a legacy family property for decades to come, hosting family and visitors for vacations, big game hunting, and learning about agriculture, while the development potential is always there. Listing ID: 05022-16093
$10,000,000  •  2,800 acres
Located in the famed Blackfoot River Valley, minutes from the town of Lincoln, the 2,800± acre Lewis and Clark Trail Ranch combines a near-perfect mix of recreation and production in a locale that rivals some of the best in Montana. Offering a mix of open meadows and forested benches, this well-blocked assemblage provides grazing for up to 150 pairs in the summer months and extensive habitat for big game, including elk, deer, and bear. Alice Creek, headwaters of the Blackfoot River, meanders for nearly two-and-a-half miles through the property, providing riparian habitat, stock water, and fishing opportunities. Several other small and seasonal streams traverse the ranch, enhancing its scenic and agricultural values. Complementing its scenic viewsheds, the ranch comes with a complete set of working and residential improvements, including a 4,720± square foot, three-bedroom home, working corrals, ranch shop, barn, hay storage, and equipment shed, allowing a new owner to immediately enjoy this superlative Montana offering. Lincoln, a town of roughly 1,000 people, offers many essential services, including medical clinics, shopping, and a municipal airport, all less than 15 minutes from the ranch headquarters. Known as the gateway to the Blackfoot River Valley, its proximity to the famed Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex provides unparalleled recreational opportunities in one of the lower 48’s most expansive roadless areas. The Lewis and Clark Trail Ranch is a complete offering that combines privacy, recreation, and production in one of Montana’s most tightly held locales. The Facts: ~2,800± acres of well-blocked mix of native range, riparian bottom-ground, and stands of deciduous and coniferous forests ~4,720± square foot home built in 2003 with three bedrooms, three baths ~Additional agricultural improvements, including working corrals, a barn, hay storage, a shop, and equipment sheds ~Summer grazing for 150 pairs ~Three-mile boundary with Helena National Forest and the state of Montana ~Hunting District 281 - over-the-counter elk and deer district ~Fifteen minutes to Lincoln, population roughly 1,000; fifty-five minutes to Helena, and one-and-a-half hours to Missoula. ~Lincoln offers a 4,600-foot asphalt runway for private fliers; Missoula and Helena provide direct flights to several destinations across the United States, including Denver, Salt Lake City, Seattle, Dallas, Minneapolis, Las Vegas, and Phoenix, with seasonal destinations increasing in the summer months ~Unencumbered by a conservation easement ~Property taxes based on previous years is $8,400
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$3,000,000  •  1,843.68 acres
A golden opportunity to own the 1,843.68-acre Morales Ranch in the rolling foothills of El Dorado County, CA! The ranch is ideally located just 20 minutes south of the historically rich town of Placerville, CA. Secluded and private, the ranch offers easy access to modern conveniences. Currently used for cattle grazing with an existing cattle lease, the ranch’s rolling topography, perimeter fencing, and existing livestock equipment provide a solid foundation for continued agricultural pursuits. Water on the property includes a large stocked pond and East Big Canyon Creek meandering through the eastern and southern areas. Enjoy year-round recreation on the property: fish for Largemouth bass in the stocked pond, hunt game such as deer, turkey, & bear, or explore the ranch on horseback or ATV. This open space will remain preserved as the ranch is under a conservation easement. The ranch headquarters, situated at approximately 1,400 ft elevation, features a main house, a four-car garage with an apartment, a barn, a large workshop, and a shed. There is also a manufactured caretaker’s home located near the entrance of the property. If you’re looking for a tranquil, secluded ranch with endless possibilities, coupled with outdoor recreational opportunities and easily accessible to in-town or big city conveniences, Morales Ranch is your golden nugget! Majority of the property is in the Williamson Act. PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: • 20 minutes south of Placerville, CA • Private & secluded • Under a Conservation Easement: Requires the property be “preserved and used for grazing land, wildlife habitat, & recreational open space” • Currently used for cattle grazing • Income-generating cattle lease in place • Perimeter fencing, livestock pens, squeeze chute, & feeders • Water: large pond stocked with Largemouth bass & East Big Canyon Creek • East Big Canyon Creek meanders the eastern and southern areas • Year-round recreation • Wildlife include: deer, turkey, & bear • Enjoy activities like hunting, fishing, horseback riding, and exploring on ATV • Headquarters: Main home, four-car garage with apartment, barn, large workshop, & shed • Manufactured caretaker home near entrance • One hour drive east of Sacramento, CA
$3,000,000  •  1,609 acres
Antelope Mountain Property: This property contains over 1,600 deeded acres at the base of the Elkhorn Range in the Blue Mountains of Northeast Oregon. Antelope Mountain is timbered, rugged, yet readily accessible year-round and only minutes from Anthony Lakes Ski Resort. The Mountain is host to resident populations of big game, has numerous springs, is ideal for riding and would make the ultimate private retreat. Offered at $3,000,000!!
$3,950,000  •  1,268.32 acres
The K-2 Ranch is highly unique – truly “one-of-a-kind”. It consists of two dramatic sections, 1,268± acres in total, one of which adjoins the Shoshone National Forest which offers extensive private access into some of the best wilderness country in the Lower 48. Conversely, K-2’s valleys and canyons offer seasonal protection and refuge for the wildlife that make this wilderness their home. In addition to its National Forest access, the ranch is almost completely surrounded by state and federal lands giving one private access to thousands more acres. The ranch is just a short drive on good paved and graveled roads northwest of Clark. The terrain transitions from a lower flat through dramatic canyons and coulees to the upper reaches of the ranch. The comfortable stucco two-bedroom home and two-bedroom guest house are thoughtfully and privately tucked into one of the canyons, along with an oversized two-car garage that includes “his and hers” shops. There are fenced areas with sheds for llamas. Water is provided by a well and the ranch also has a robust natural spring on the upper section. While the ranch is on the grid, the backup solar system and propane generator make it possible to do without. In summary, this is a very private, wildlife-rich retreat. THE FACTS: ~ Location: 38± mostly paved miles north of Cody, accessible year-round ~ Acreage: 1,268± deeded acres ~ Improvements: Owner’s home, guest house, and garage/office complex ~ Operation: Private retreat ~ Wildlife: Elk, bear, mountain lion, deer, antelope, wolves, coyotes, Big Horn sheep, raptors, a vast variety of bird species are all seen on the property or in the adjacent USFS ~ Water: Well and live spring ~ Fishing: Nearby in Clarks Fork River ~ Summary: Unusual dramatic canyon and cliffs offering on the face of the Beartooths, with access to thousands of adjoining public acres plus Shoshone National Forest
$8,950,000  •  1,155 acres
This 1,155± acre riverfront ranch is almost entirely surrounded by water with Mount Shasta towering as the backdrop. The Fall River forms the western boundary of the ranch for over three miles, while the Tule and the Little Tule Rivers form the east boundary for nearly four miles. The confluence of these rivers is located at the southern boundary. This is the largest spring creek system in the United States and the Fall River has a reputation for exceptional fly fishing. The river is primarily known for its rainbow and brown trout, although anglers may also find brook trout and whitefish. Fishing is most productive from May through October, although the river is open year-round. Seasonal and lush meadows are populated with abundant migratory waterfowl, including ducks, geese, swans and pelicans. Numerous raptors populate the area including eagles, osprey, owls and even peregrine falcon. The avid bird hunter will also find sage grouse, pheasant, dove, and quail. Big game populations in the area include deer, bear and pronghorn antelope. The ranch is located in Shasta County at an elevation of 3,000 feet. It is operated as a recreation and cattle ranch with a current cattle lease generating annual income. The improvements are comfortable and functional. Residential facilities include a three-bedroom, two-bath main home and a boathouse that has three bedrooms and three baths with two fully enclosed boat slips on the water level. There is an also 18,000 square foot historic barn. Co-listed with The Chickering Company, Inc.
$6,399,000  •  1,113.19 acres
Nestled just 40 minutes east of Redding, CA, in Shasta County, Bear Mountain Ranch awaits. This expansive estate, encompassing over 1,113 acres, unfolds beyond its grand, gated entrance, offering a serene, private haven with breathtaking views of Mt. Lassen. A scenic brick-paved driveway winds its way past two of the eight ponds on the property, where you’ll arrive at the courtyard at the base of the walkway to the main house. The main home is a custom four bedroom, three and a half bath home featuring a kitchen with breakfast sunroom, formal dining area, spacious game room, office, an attached two-car garage, and detached five-car garage. For idyllic Shasta County days, take a dip in the outdoor heated pool or enjoy your favorite beverage at the poolside cantina or wine-tasting deck. Guests are comfortable as well with an off-grid 1,150 SF hunting cabin just a mile from the home. If needed, a well-equipped solar system and generator allow the ranch to be completely off-grid. The ranch offers the potential for expansion with architectural plans for a proposed 9,024 SF residence that could be built on an existing, previously permitted foundation. Bear Mountain Ranch embodies a sophisticated Western elegance. From the brickwork, fountains, gardens, gazebos, fences, and wood-carved bears standing on guard throughout the property, no detail was spared. With its multiple barns, a large shop, a tree house, water, and electrical storage buildings, the ranch is well-equipped. Tons of water! Bear Mountain Ranch has district water conveyed through an eight-inch underground pipe, two wells, two year-round creeks, and eight ponds. 31 irrigated meadow acres benefit from this abundant water and are hayed seasonally. The ranch is an outdoor recreational haven. Fish or kayak/canoe on the eight ponds, view or hunt the wildlife teeming throughout the ranch with common sightings of big game such as elk, deer, pig, and bear. Also, abundant geese and ducks frequent the ponds, and resident turkeys and quail can be spotted. Practice your shot at the private outdoor shooting range. Explore expansive ranch roads ideal for horseback riding, hiking, and ATV adventures. Horse facilities with fenced and gated pastures/turnouts cater to equestrian pursuits effortlessly. Beyond its recreational appeal, Bear Mountain Ranch features a small cattle operation complete with a hydraulic chute, corrals, and pens. Bear Mountain Ranch transcends a mere residence; it’s a legacy waiting to be embraced. Recreating this level of detail and infrastructure would demand a significant investment. Fortunately, everything necessary is already in place here at Bear Mountain Ranch. Come experience it for yourself!
$2,500,000  •  1,019.64 acres
Sheep Ranch covers over 1000 acres in Scott County and has endless possibilities. This rare find is a sportsman’s paradise with frontage on two creeks, over 7 miles of trails, bear, turkey, and deer galore, plus beautiful views. On top of that, you’ll find mature and marketable timber, gas and oil wells on the property, multiple food plots, 1.5 miles of frontage on Sheep Ranch Rd, and no restrictions! If you can imagine it, this property can probably support it. Sheep Ranch has multiple entry points, power and water available at the northern and southern property edges, and several locations for perfect & scenic home sites. Would be great for a campground/RV park, luxury rental cabins, a sportsman/recreation club, or whatever your heart desires! There is no shortage of amazing opportunities to enjoy nature and outdoor activity in the Sunbright area – both on and off your property. Not far from this tract, you’ll find the Big South Fork National River and Recreation area spanning over 125,000 acres of the Cumberland Plateau. This national park boasts miles of scenic gorges and sandstone bluffs, natural and historic features, and plenty of outdoor activities including whitewater paddling, rock climbing, horseback riding, and hiking. Next door to Big South Fork you’ll find Airpark Equestrian Stables, an upscale equestrian center with a large arena, round pen, and 11-stall barn, plus guided horseback riding through 450 acres of privately owned land. For even more adventure, the Brimstone Recreation ATV park is also nearby with over 300 miles of OHV trails in the heart of Appalachia. Sheep Ranch is ready for you. Reserve your private tour now!
$4,891,450  •  978.29 acres
Beautiful alpine acreage situated at 9000’ elevation in the heart of the Uncompahgre Plateau. Enjoy this very private and secure off-grid setting on your very own 978.29± acres with aspen, pine, oaks, and pristine mountain meadows, plus gorgeous views to boot. Located in GMU 62 with excellent big game hunting for elk, deer, bear, lion, and turkey with otc bull elk tags for some seasons. GMU 61, which is renowned for its trophy bull elk is a short drive away! Recreational opportunities abound with hiking, biking, ATVs, horseback riding, snowmobiling, or just relax and enjoy the wildlife. This gorgeous mountain setting is an approximate 90 minute drive from either Grand Junction, Montrose, or Delta.
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$5,300,000  •  776 acres
$5,500,000
The 776-acre Fairchild Farm is both a very productive, plus serene and beautiful farm in a picturesque setting for an agricultural family.
$1,400,000  •  720 acres
Bear Flat Meadows is a sight to behold. An amazing opportunity to own a portion of this 720-acre piece of paradise. WATER....bear creek is a year-round spring-fed creek. Entering the property both from the West, and a fork from the North. There are several meadows, multiple ponds, and a healthy mature forest, this property is pure bliss! Stunning view of Mt. Shasta over meadows and ponds. The owners have worked with Fish and Wildlife to create a watershed habitat to stop silt from harming the flow of the creek through the largest meadow. The main branch of bear creek originates just 6 miles to the Southwest fed by springs. The North fork, also fed by multiple springs, originates approximately 7 miles to the North. Property Highlights: • Qualifies for deer landowner tags. • Abundant wildlife includes deer, elk, bear, bobcat, fox, grouse, quail, waterfowl, and more. • Fishing is a main recreational activity, along with swimming and floating in the largest pond. • This has been a family get-a-way for camping and family reunions over the years. • The forest has been well managed, with a 10-year harvest plan that keeps the forest healthy plus provides a nice income. • The property offers extreme privacy, yet just one mile off HWY 89 on Pondosa Rd. • 35 miles Northwest to I-5 and Mt. Shasta, and 23 miles South to Fall River Mills • This unique holding is being offered for sale with 66% ownership. • Enrolled in the Williamson Act.
$1,950,000  •  696 acres
This generationally-owned hunting and cattle ranch is being listed for the first time in over 75 years! Archuleta Ranch is situated near the ranching community of Des Moines, NM. This 696-acre expanse of deeded land boasts an additional 1,400 acres of contiguous state-leased land currently utilized for cattle grazing. The ranch abuts over 14,000 acres of state land which encompasses the entirety of the Sierra Grande Volcano. Considered the largest extinct volcano in northeastern New Mexico, with an 8-mile diameter and towering over 2,000 ft above the surrounding plains, the timbered hillsides offer a flourishing habitat for elk, deer, pronghorn, bear, and other small game and nongame species. This remarkable property invites you to embrace the majesty of the land and indulge in a truly unforgettable experience.
$1,678,386  •  672.7 acres
Oklahoma Hunting Land For Sale in the Ozark Mountains near Proctor OK.
$1,995,000  •  621 acres
Fantastic hunting property or private retreat. Just 1 mile to Roosevelt Lake with fantastic fish, boating and water adventure. Property has had deer, elk, moose, bear and big horn sheet. Four springs and drainage area provide water and habitat. Access from paved road and just 1 hour to the International Airport.
$2,950,000  •  587.01 acres
The historic Lassen Ranch is 587 acres of pristine mountain property. Whether you are looking for a prime fishing, hunting, or equestrian facility, this ranch has it all.
$1,265,000  •  463 acres
Oklahoma Hunting and Recreation Ranch in Greasy OK, Adair Co. Barndominium, 2 shops, rock storage unit, whitetail deer, wild hogs, black bear, wild turkey in Hudson Mountain range.
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