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- 17,520 total acres (14,800+/- deeded acres) - One of the best all-around hunting ranches in the American West - 300 irrigated acres with senior water rights - Trophy elk hunting, big horn sheep, antelope, mule deer, turkey, & bear - Two 6,000 sq. ft. log lodges, 38,000 sq. ft. indoor arena, two manager’s homes, & ca...

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New to the market are 4 beautiful quarters of Northwest Kansas farm, ranch, and recreational property. These 4 quarters are packaged together to create magnificent hunting tracts along with the ability to lease for cattle purposes or break into farmground. NW 1/4 28-6-38This piece features rolling grassland perfect for gr...

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Twin Spruce Retreat – Looking for a Mountain Retreat close to town? This 120 acre property is a quick drive from Boulder and Golden (20 mins) and 45 mins to Denver. The property offers large pine and aspen trees. A trail system throughout the property makes for great hiking and biking. Very close to Golden Gate Canyon Sta...

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A gorgeous Lander Foothills 40+/- that is close to town with power and well water to the property. This property offers great seclusion with multiple building sites perfect for your dream home as well as making it a perfect place for livestock.  Acreages like this in the area don't come up often, so don't miss your chance ...

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Nestled in the heart of the Snowy Mountains, South East of Lewistown, Montana on the North Fork of Flatt-Willow Creek. Red Hill Retreat consists of 60 acres of private and secluded  paradise, unmatched by anything on the market in the area. The retreat has been operated over the years as a wedding destination venue and can...

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Winkler LandTuck your new mountain home just through the trees and enjoy the starry nights and wildlife that come along with mountain living. This beautiful retreat is perfect for those weekend jaunts to Westcliffe or perhaps a very remote home. It's rare to pass another vehicle, and the scenery can't be beaten. Magnificent...

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Trout, Elk, Mule deer, a stream, ponds, alfalfa/hay production, water right, mountains, and serenity, make this property a rare gem that only comes once in a lifetime.The Windsong ranch is a 325 acre ranch located in Gardner, CO. It lies in the heart of the Sangre de Cristo's Wet Mountain range in Huerfano County. It is acc...

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Sierra Madre Ranch, Wyoming – A very private 320 acre inholding in the heart of the Medicine Bow National Forest that offers multiple fishing creeks, 600sf cabin, irrigated pasture, and rolling hills all beneath glades of aspen, pine, spruce, and fir trees. With unmatched wildlife habitat, stout fishing capability and 160...

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The Seaman Ranch borders landlocked BLM on 2 sides and the BLM bordering Long Mountain. Long Mountain is completely landlocked and can only be accessed by the public via a foot or horseback on a several mile access trail. Lake Creek runs through the property for over 1/2 a mile and springs traverse the ranch for well over a...

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This listing features 195 acres in Norton County, Kansas. It is comprised of 48 acres of productive cropland that is currently planted to corn and another 147 acres of pasture. There is a nicely wooded and seasonal creek meandering through the property providing great hunting opportunities. This place always has turkeys and...

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Luxury Custom Built HomePrivate access to Medicine Bow National ForestProperty boundary boarders national forest6.5 Miles from a ski resortHighly desired snowmobile destinationPhenomenal hunting and exceptional fishing in the surrounding areaWalk straight off your back porch to enjoy roughly 518,000 continuous acres of an o...

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Check out this fine quarter and homestead just listed for sale. This farm and home is located Northwest of Ulysses, Kansas with approximately 147 acres of tillable farmland with water rights. This quarter has a water-well that produces roughly 250-300 gal/min and is known to be fertile cropland. Additionally, this farmstea...

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The Ramey Ranch is 880 acres one mile east of Elbert Colorado. This diverse ranch has excellent quality native and improved grass pastures and CRP lands. Additionally, it has scattered rock outcropping and a stand of Ponderosa Pines. The Elbert area is highly desirable as it location makes the commute to either Colorado Spr...

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250 acres of well sodded expired CRP and native grass located 5 miles from Deer Trail Colorado and Interstate 70. This property is in a highly desired area and could be an opportunity for development. The property adjoins electrical service along its frontage on County Road 129. The property is mostly expired CRP with an ex...

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LOCATIONHarmel’s Ranch Resort spans just over 146-acres (+/-) along both banks of the Taylor River and is situated seven miles from Almont, Colorado in the highly coveted Taylor River Valley.  From the property, Gunnison is located 16-miles south and the ski resort town of Crested Butte/Mt. Crested Butte about 16-miles t...

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Package offering and rare chance to acquire a 1360 acres in Southwest Kansas. This farm and/or ranch features a little bit of everything! From 240 acres of fertaile irrigated farmland, quarters of tillable dryland farming, and recently expired CRP grassland, this farm has serious upside and income potential. Not to mention ...

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New to the market is a 960-acre investment tract located in Southeast Stanton County and Southwest Grant County. These parcels feature a mixture of dryland tillable farmland and recently expired CRP. Perfect for the upland bird hunter or recreational enthusiast whose looking to generate income along with their recreational ...

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Hawks Nest Ranch - Gunnison County, ColoradoLOCATIONLocated nine miles east of the quaint town of Crawford, the Hawks Nest Ranch is hands down one of the most strikingly beautiful parcels Colorado has to offer.  This 160-acre, pure in-holding is directly bound on all sides by Gunnison National Forest lands (1.70-million ac...

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Stonewood Meadows Ranch consists of 320 acres of beautiful meadows, forests and rock outcroppings. Conveniently located close to the Front Range, Stonewood Meadows Ranch is the perfect high country getaway. You are welcomed by a custom built, off the grid cabin which overlooks a lush mountain meadow and private pond. Advent...

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Arkansas River Hunt RanchWhat a treat! The Arkansas River Hunt Ranch is 152 +/- acres of pure bliss to the avid outdoorsman. Contiguous to over 1.25 miles of great Arkansas River frontage, this property is truly a gem. Located in Reno County, Kansas, only 1 hour from the Wichita Airport, this tract has plenty of cover and w...

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Hunting Land for Sale

Since the settlement of the United States and its westward flow, hunting has been an integral part of American life. Though the need for wild game as daily sustenance is negligible in the US, some continue to supplement their food stores with meat from all types of wild game and fish. However, for most, hunting is an outdoor sport or represents an opportunity to return to and interact with nature. Hunting continues to be a major part of American life.

Facts About Hunting

A five-year study completed in 2017 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported that 101.6 million people engaged in some form of interaction with wildlife, fished in lakes and streams, or took part in hunting activities. This represents 40 percent of the American population. Of the indicated 101.6 million, a little more than one-third of them took part in hunting activities in 2018. License data from all 50 states, released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, reports the purchase of 37 million licenses, permits and tags in 2018.

Economic Impact

The same license data released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported the revenue generated from those sales at just over 872 million dollars. This revenue is only a small portion of the overall economic impact of hunting. Estimates of the economic impact of hunting, through figures released by the Outdoor Industry Association in 2017, provide some indicators:

  • Americans spent more than $27 billion on purchases directly related to hunting.
  • Hunting directly generates more than $3 billion in federal, state and local taxes.
  • 483,000 Americans are employed because of hunting and fishing as compared to 180,000 employed in the oil and gas industry.
  • The state of Nebraska reported that hunting revenue generated $562 million in 2017.
Why purchase private hunting property?

The revenues generated by hunting have led a number of investors to consider the purchase of private hunting land. Several factors drive their decision, but two stand out above them. The first reason is reduced access to public lands and the high concentration of hunters found on the land which is available. The second reason is the increasing number of hunters who are willing to pay premium prices for guided hunting expeditions, which has significant income-generating potential. In contrast, many individuals have a greater interest in owning and maintaining a private reserve for their own hunting, which is also a great reason to consider private hunting land.

Private Hunting Land for Sale

Hundreds of thousands of acres of land across the U.S. are available through the hundreds of properties listed with Land Broker MLS. There is land for sale, which includes easy access to turkey, pheasant, quail, waterfowl, sheep, wild hogs, sheep, deer, elk, moose and more.

Hunting and hunting properties vary between the states and the types of hunting tend to relate to their unique geographical features and available species. Waterfowl hunting along migratory paths, with small 10 acre plots adjacent to lakes, waterways and marshes, are available in states where waterfowl are abundant. Flatland properties in the Midwest lean toward locales with a concentration of upland game and hundreds of available hunting acres. Turkey and deer are common game hunted on 50 to 100+ acre plots all across the country. There is Rocky Mountain land for sale, which includes 1,000 acres or more and adjacent public land access, in states like New Mexico, Colorado and Wyoming where big game hunting is more common.

If you want your own private place to hunt or wish to take advantage of the income potential of guiding expeditions, an investment in hunting land makes sense. Regardless of the type of game you or those you guide intend to hunt, Land Broker MLS has the right land for sale to fit your needs. Are you interested in locating your hunting property through the listings on Land Broker MLS? Join our co-op by signing up today.