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Trull Creek Ranch
41705 County Road 44  , Steamboat Springs
, 80487
Routt County
1,140.00 acres
Location, Location, Location! When thinking of the perfect ranch, the 1,100+ acre Trull Creek Ranch is everything you have dreamed of and more in a legacy property. Just 10 minutes to Downtown Steamboat Springs and its famous ski resort, this offering is very private and boasts everything you would want in a World Class property!
The backdrop to this amazing ranch is Sleeping Giant Mountain, a historic landmark just west of the Elk River Valley. The centerpiece of the ranch is a gorgeous 15,000 +/- square foot custom home. This home is located in its very own private valley with big views of Steamboat Springs ski area and the surrounding mountains. This exquisite home has everything the very discerning buyer would expect. The floorplan is the best I have ever seen, and it showcases big views of Sleeping Giant mountain and Steamboat Ski Area throughout the home. Internal views of the ranch offer lush hay meadows and beautiful vistas with aspen and oak brush in all directions. This end-of-the-road estate is exceedingly rare this close to town. To find this type of privacy, luxury, and seclusion with river so close to a world class destination is virtually unheard of, a once in a lifetime opportunity. The home was designed with entertaining and time with family in mind. The details of this custom home are unprecedented, and it truly offers all the amenities of your own private resort. The indoor pool is fitted with a diving board and a gradual shallow end for children. The pool area is very well equipped with showers, a hot tub, and many amenities you would find in the best resorts. The kitchen is very well appointed with a custom island and opens to a beautiful great room with an enormous rock fireplace. So Colorado, and so well done, you will want to spend all your time there. Whether it is enjoying the private balconies off each suite or your morning coffee on the flagstone patio overlooking the beautifully landscaped grounds, there is plenty of room to take in that clean mountain air! Thehome has 7 unique well-planned suites and 7.5 baths all decorated with the most amazing touches. Just behind the main home in the valley is the large barn with indoor arena and stalls. There are two caretaker homes on the front of the property adjoining the main road and the river.
The ranch is very well watered with good hay production for cattle and wildlife, and the current owners have a cattle and hay lease in place with a local rancher. If enjoying time in the outdoors is important, this ranch truly has it all. With Miles and miles of improved horse and mountain bike trails along with the indoor riding arena; the current owners enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, such as mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking, fishing for trout on the river and skiing their own private valleys and chutes to name a few. On any occasion expect to see abundant wildlife including elk, mule deer, antelope, black bear, sharp-tailed grouse, blue grouse, and varmints. Rugged and refined this ranch has great access to downtown Steamboat Springs and fine dining just minutes from all this enjoyment!
The waters of the Elk River are stunningly beautiful and known for their tremendous numbers and quality of fish. Over a third of a mile of river have been enhanced for maximum habitat and the current owners practice catch and release fishing. The fishing in this stretch of the Elk River is outstanding. The ranch is bordered upstream by a shared amenity ranch that regularly stocks good size fish to augment the numbers. Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout and the occasional Cutbow inhabit this section of the Elk River. The Elk River is a freestone river that is 34.2 miles beginning in Northwest Colorado. It flows from a confluence of the North Fork Elk River and Middle Fork Elk River in Routt National Forest north of Steamboat Springs to a confluence on the Yampa River.
Located on the edge of the two largest elk herds in Colorado, the White River herd and the Snake River herd hold huge numbers giving the ranch plenty of resident animals as well as migratory elk moving through the property all season long. Elk and deer hunting are excellent on the ranch with good numbers of mule deer and great numbers of elk. Deer permits are a draw in all parts of Colorado while the elk hunting is in an over-the-counter unit for Archery, 2nd, and 3rd seasons. Elk are very prevalent on the ranch and for the right owner the ranch could produce some genuinely nice animals with good success rates. Mule deer inhabit the ranch and are also trophy quality. Good numbers of both would make for nice hunting opportunities in the fall months. Varmints and upland game also inhabit the ranch in good numbers and would provide the hunting enthusiast good opportunities outside of big game hunting. The ranch will qualify for one regular mule deer landowner application as well as one private land only application. Additionally, the ranch has been home to numerous black bears of multiple color phases as well as the occasional moose. The moose populations continue to rise in the area surrounding Steamboat Springs.
For the upland hunter or the serious bird watcher, the Columbian Sharp-tail Grouse population on the ranch has historically been exceptionally good and will produce many fantastic days in the field. The large Gamble Oak/Aspen and sagebrush ridges offer prime habitat and excellent lek sites. The booming of the leks in the springtime is one of the most amazing experiences in the outdoors. Bald Eagles, Sandhill Cranes and Blue Herons also inhabit the property. Duck hunting can be excellent for a short season prior to winter weather.
The ranch is just 25 minutes from jet service at Yampa Valley Regional Airport and 5 minutes from the smaller Steamboat airport that can handle local and small jets. From mid-December to first of April, there are direct flights on Alaska Airlines, American, Delta, JetBlue, and United Airlines. United Airlines offers direct flights between Steamboat/Hayden and Denver year-round. Jet It and other shared private air service companies also fly into the local airports.
The historic town of Trull, once a bustling stagecoach stop with boarding house, livery and post office and was settled in 1881 on the ranch property. It had the first telephone in Routt County, and was up against Steamboat Springs for county seat. This kind of history truly evokes the spirit of the old west! This history with photographs of the town of Trull can be found on YouTube and in the local Museum.
The town of Steamboat Springs is located at 6,732 ft in elevation in Colorados Yampa Valley. It is home to the Howelsen Hill ski area and the Steamboat Ski Resort. Not only is Steamboat known for its legendary skiing & snowboarding, but the nearby hot springs are therapeutic in nature, especially after a long day on the slopes. Located near the city center, the long-standing Old Town Hot Springs is equipped with swimming, soaking pools, and water slides. This experience is worthwhile and fun for all ages.
This legacy ranch offers all the amenities one could want in a world class property. It is the kind of property that only comes available once in a generation. To summarize, it is simply the best.

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521 +/- Lake Shore Brazos River Development
TBD Lake Shore Drive , Waco
, 76708
McLennan County
521.00 acres
Large mixed-use property with 1.3 miles of Brazos River Frontage and Excellent road frontage on both Lake Shore Drive and MLK. Prime for Development. Good Schools, High Profile Location less than 2 miles off I-35, close to downtown, Cameron Park, Waco Regional Airport, Baylor and McLane Stadium. Easy Access, Utilities both on-site and near, City of Waco is favorable towards re-zoning and mixed-used development. Potential for a Marina. Great resort of corporate retreat site.

High Profile location because of road traffic on Lake Shore Dr. and close to I-35
Excellent for mixed-use development
1.3 miles of Brazos Riverfront
Utilities are available or currently on the property.
2 miles of road frontage on Lake Shore Drive and MLK

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Brazos River Lodge
, 87520
Rio Arriba County
4,097.00 acres
- 4,097 deeded acres
- Several miles of New Mexico's finest fly fishing on the legendary Brazos River, tributaries, & two lakes
- Likely to qualify for over 30 landowner elk tags annually
- Four season recreational paradise
- Newly constructed lodge with 8 suites, managers home, several guest cabins, & shop
- 1.5+/- hours from Taos, NM & Alamosa, CO

Spanning over 4000 acres of the finest mountain habitat in northern New Mexico, Brazos River Lodge is a fishing and hunting property almost too good to imagine. The centerpiece of this one-of-a-kind property is nearly two miles of the fabled Brazos River, a fly anglers dream stretch of meadow stream that holds trout known for remarkable size and tippet-busting fight. If thats not enough, add in trophy elk hunting, unmatched privacy, and a client-spoiling lodge, and the result is a turn-key fishing and hunting property well suited to impress even the most seasoned fly fisher or veteran big game hunter.

Situated at roughly 10,000 feet, the ranch spreads across thousands of acres of rolling terrain covered dark spruce, fir, and aspen, along with grassy meadows that are sprinkled with wildflowers in the summer. The winter snowfall here is the source of plentiful water that appears in springs, small creeks, ponds, and the two primary forks of the Brazos River that converge just above the ranch. The abundant water is key to maintaining populations of elk, mule deer, black bear, mountain lion and pronghorn, and of course, to one of the best trout streams in all of New Mexico.

On the Brazos River Lodge property, the river is 20- to 30-feet wide, and includes an enticing variety of runs, riffles, pools and cutbanks, in truth, all the features a dry fly fisher dreams about. Trout thrive here, primarily fat rainbows in the 16- to 22-inch class, but also an occasional chunky brook trout or even a brown that ventures up from well downstream. Dry fly fishing with wide-open casting is superb, with fishing rising to mayfly, caddis and terrestrial patterns throughout the summer. Two small tributaries up to 4 feet wide support smaller brook trout, and could be enhanced with larger pools for larger fish. Stillwater anglers can also find plenty of action on two trout-filled lakes, the larger of which is about 10 acres.

Big game hunting supplements the fishing in the fall. With no public access through the ranch, the property is surrounded by a combination of the Carson National Forest and Chama Land & Cattle Property. Brazos River Lodge defines privacy! Elk herds are constantly seen here in the summer and fall, attracted to the many water sources. Currently, Brazos River Lodge receives 23 bull tags and 11 cow tags annually. In the winter, the solitude and blue skies here have to be experienced to be believed, and snowmobiling or snowshoeing will access areas that very few humans ever get to see.

Long operated as a high-end fishing and hunting property, Brazos Lodge is already set up to cater to the most discerning of clients. A newly constructed lodge boasts eight suites, a large kitchen, and a very comfortable dining room and great room with fireplace. The lodge is complemented by several individual guest cabins as well. Other improvements include a ranch managers residence, a new shop and a network of 4WD and ATV roads to reach the far corners of this large property.

Located just south of the Colorado border, the ranch is approximately a 1.5-hour drive from historic Taos and its unsurpassed downhill skiing at Taos Valley. Taos offers a jet capable airport, as does Alamosa, Colorado, only a bit further away. If so inclined, a helicopter ride from either airport would be only about 15 minutes.

In short, there is no place else in New Mexico like Brazos River Lodge. In fact, there are very few places like it anywhere in the West. If youre looking for a true wilderness property with a first-class trout river running through the middle of it, look no further. Brazos Lodge may well be the quality fly fishing and hunting retreat that you thought had disappeared long ago.

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Black Hills Mesa
49 Garnet Drive, Newcastle, Wyoming 82701 , Newcastle
, 82701
Weston County
1,445.00 acres

Black Hills Mesa Ranch (formerly known as The Wyoming Club) is a 1,445-acre blank canvas of possibilities, potential uses and investment for a single owner, family syndicate, developer or private fund.

Purchased in 1998, the current ownership has invested millions of dollars in water wells, roads, grading, planning, permits and construction. The original vision was a world class golf development of estate homes centered around incredible topography, terrain, forests, cliffs, meadows, mesas and endless views.

Today, Black Hills Mesa, formerly known as The Wyoming Club, is poised and positioned to fulfill the dream of a new owner and/or investor in one of many different ways:
- Private Ranch with horses, cattle and wildlife
- Multi-family compound
- Investment / Conservation vehicle
- Public / Private Golf course and Housing Development (approved)
- Subdivide / Own / Enjoy / Enrich
- Private golf and ranch retreat for one or several individuals

This incredible property is multifaceted and easily accessed with amenities, technology and conveniences with secure privacy and luxurious living. Live, Love and Play in your own national park!
Keep it as it is Land Bank Invest Ranch - Enjoy Create a Generational Legacy

All interested parties and qualified persons should contact Icon Global Group as soon as possible via email or call 214.855.4000 to register for a bid package and for the stalking horse bid guidelines. Final offers are due on or before October 14, 2019**. (subject to change and advance)


There is something extraordinary about the American West. Told in books, television and movies, its stories have captivated our imaginations for decades. The beloved Western adventures have always depicted passion, bigger-than-life dreams and above all, true grit.

With those characteristics mind, the Weinreis family molded the property into a world-class hidden gem in the Black Hills of Wyoming. It is western elegance, defined.

This property is a slice of paradise, characterized by wide valleys surrounded by pine-covered slopes and capped by sandstone bedrock, which provides panoramic views as far as the eye can see.

The design, permitting, planning, zoning, wells, roads and initial construction are all completed to fulfill the Weinreis vision of implementing a luxurious, one-of-a-kind private or semi-private golf course amongst the stunning natural features of Wyoming.


The Weinreis Brothers are third generation cattle ranchers with an extensive agri-business conglomerate, which provides deep ties to the region. Since 1976, the seven brothers have owned and operated a multi-enterprise family business, the Weinreis Brothers Partnership.

Today, the partnership operates in five states and is comprised of interests in farming, ranching, cattle feeding, land development and commercial hunting operations.

The Weinreis family originally visited the land that is now the property in 1999 and instantly fell in love with the unspoiled beauty and native geological landscapes. They closed on the property within a couple months after first seeing it. Soon thereafter, with a shared passion for golf, they realized the unique topographies amongst the top of the towering bedrock would provide a magnificent setting for an inimitable golf course layout. This is where the dream was born and the Weinreis brothers set their sights on developing a PGA style golf course to one day become the focal feature of the property.

In 2008, the Weinreis Brothers assembled a group of well-respected associates with extensive expertise in land planning, site engineering, architecture, golf course design, owner and guest hospitality, interior design and estate law.

After two years of strategic background planning, the group began meeting with the appropriate city, county and state officials to secure the necessary permits for land use, zoning, roads and water and waste disposal. With all permits in place, work began in the spring of 2011 on road construction and well drilling, which were successfully completed in the summer of 2012.

In late 2015, the demanding and fluctuating nature of the cattle industry, the core business operations of the family subsequently required the sole attention of the brothers, placing their dream of the completed golf course and clubhouse on hold. However, with a significant portion of the heavy lifting already executed, their desire to finish what they started still burns bright. So much so that the Weinreis Brothers are willing to remain involved as a limited partner, should that appeal to the next owner or group of owners.

The property is comprised of distinctive land. Understanding and respect are commanded as the land speaks of nature and of history; it speaks of struggle and triumph. Each element influences how we see the land, how we live with it and how we use it. Understanding reveals the gift this land can offer. Respect preserves that gift for generations to come. Improvement provides use and joy for people far and wide. Combined, they form the spirit of the property.

The physical features that compose the property include the bedrock rim, which generally ranges from 5,356 to 5,450 high. The soil resulting from this underlying geology is comprised of Lakota, Sundance and Gypsum Spring formations. Specifically, the site is located along both sides of the Salt Creek drainage, flanked with rolling hills, hidden meadows and dramatic rim rock ledges.

The elevation change over the entire property is approximately 950, with the highest point at 5,659 along the primary ridgeline. This ridgeline runs alongside the eastern portion of the property, where the rolling hillside offers excellent views in all directions, particularly southward towards the Salt Creek and Beaver Creek corridors. The land was historically used as cattle and horse range with hay production and logging.

Golf Course Design
Designated for a setting over 1,000 feet above the valley, the Hills & Forrest championship course is expected to garner a top 100 rating from discerning golfers and experts upon completion.

Mindful of preserving the high meadows, pine forests and cliff facings, Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest were respectful of the natural landscape in their design. Weaving along the edges of the plateau, its fairways and greens reveal amazing views, while the absence of residences ensures those fortunate enough to play it that they enjoy golf in its purest form.

Landscapes Unlimited, which boasts a portfolio of nearly 1,800 golf centric construction, development, management and irrigation projects worldwide has performed multiple site visits to the property and has completed a conceptual start-up and operations program for the completion, maintenance and management of the course.

Some of the existing amenities include:
Hills & Forrest-designed eighteen-hole, championship-quality golf course; partially-completed, cleared for the balance of construction
Fully irrigated golf practice range
Olympic-style clay trap shooting park
Two-acre trout lake with running water tributary
2.2 miles of roads designed and graded to scale
600+ GPM water well
Two fully furnished 4,000 SQFT smart homes (not included in the list price)

Planned Amenities
Full service clubhouse
An indoor recreational facility
Equestrian stables

All Local, County and State of Wyoming required permits related to the approved development plan are completed. These include:
Weston County Planning and Zoning Board
Weston County Commissioners
Newcastle, Wyoming Planning Board
State of Wyoming Environmental Planning

Elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope and turkey are the main species commonly seen within the property boundaries.

The property is located a short 6 miles north of Newcastle, Wyoming along highway 85 and highway 16 within Weston County. This property is ideally located to take advantage of the local amenities and attractions surrounding the Black Hills. Mondell Field Airport is positioned on the outskirts of Newcastle and can accommodate private aircraft with its 5,310 x 75 concrete runway.

The Rapid City, South Dakota Regional Airport is approximately 80 miles away with nonstop commercial flights to numerous large cities across the country.
This area offers a moderate summer climate with low humidity and averages high temperatures peaking in the mid 80s.

A substantial portion of the property is under agriculture exemption.

All owned minerals will convey with an acceptable offer. Contact broker for further details.

Documents Available Upon Pre-qualification:
Golf Course Design Package Arthur Hills & Steve Forrest
Gold Course Conceptual Start-Up and Operations Program Landscapes Unlimited
Private Unit Development Master Plan
Club Design
Warranty Deed
Property Report
Subdivision Improvement Agreement Weston County

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354 Lamb Rd Kamiah, Idaho
229 Scotlyn Ranch Road,  , Kamiah
, 83536
Idaho County
2,800.00 acres
+/-2800 acres. The ranch boasts a little bit of everything. 2 year-round creeks. Creek beds & north-facing canyon walls are heavily timbered. The entire canyon area is largely untouched. The main home is 7500 SQFT, the lodge has 6 hotel-styled rooms, a full commercial kitchen, bar, indoor seating for 50, covered patio with outdoor seating for 50 more, shops, 3 log cabins, maintenance building with walk-in cooler & covered parking. Greenhouse, hay barn & too many other amenities to list. Off-grid capabilities.

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Pine Mountain Lakes
, 75756
Henderson County
800.00 acres
800+ acres | East Texas
1 hour from Dallas

The Fishing - Incredible

The Views - Amazing

The Privacy Serene - Tranquil

The so called Cabin designer perfect - stunning, modern, rustic, cool, stylisheverything!

The Access - Easy

The ValuePriceless

With over 800+ private acres, this amazing property includes incredible topography and elevations of 600 FT. You will see from the enclosed photos, these mountaintops, woods and lookouts feel more like Montana or Colorado, not East Texas!

This is a Pay, Plug, and Play, move-in retreat and share or host NOW with an incredible modern and architecturally significant designer perfect so-called cabin!!

The Cabin Sleeps 18 or more and the amenities have the class, finish, detail and feel of a Four Seasons. Including gym area, sauna, large spa, great room, screened porch, fireplaces, bar, chefs kitchen and more. All within an easy, relaxed lounge/great room flow and layout.

Tranquil and elevated views of a 30-acre lake across a picture-perfect pool and meadow to the waters edge and dock, provide an incredible feeling from the elevated and sequestered cabin site.

Three beautiful large fishing lakes (fully stocked and managed), piney woods, forests and trails, mountaintop mesas and meadows, loops to a bigger lake complete with an island and even electrical service.

There are multiple access points to get to various different and private natural homesites if joint-venture or shared-use is wanted/needed to build extra homes or cabins. There is a large foremans home and a new equipment shop.

Theres more. YOU just have to qualify and come see itavailable for private sale.

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The Rogers Mountain Ranch
Lake George
, 80827
Park County
1,250.00 acres
In the spring of 1870, six years before Colorado earned its statehood, Joseph Rogers and his brother, products of Maine & Southeastern Canada, drove 300 head of cattle to the South Park range four miles West of the town of Howbart set up camp and founded their ranch which grew to over 12,000 acres.

Today, at the foot of hulking Thirtynine Mile Mountain, which is the southern sentinel to the entirety of South Park, rests the ranch born from the early effort of those western pioneers. Approximately two hours from Colorados two most populous cities and their international airports, the ranch consists of approximately 2,450 acres. Approximately two hours from Denver, one hour and thirty minutes from Colorado Springs and about an hour to the world class ski resort of and ski town of Breckenridge the ranch is very well located for those seeking twelve months of adventure. The ranch is offered in three configurations: Rogers Mountain Ranch (RMR) at approximately 1,250 acres, Sims Creek Ranch at approximately 1,200 acres and combined at approximately 2,450 acres. The two ranches are nearly contiguous with a connection through BLM land. This listing will focus on RMR. Sims Creek Ranch is also being marketed for sale by Confluence Land Company.

The crown jewel of Rogers Mountain Ranch is its approximate 10,000 square foot fully custom, off-grid rock and timber lodge. Actress Goldie Hawn and actor Kurt Russell constructed the lodge in the late 90s. Under current ownership since 2010 it has been meticulously and routinely maintained by onsite ranch management. In addition to properly caring for the lodge, the current owners have implemented robust improvements to its wind tower and solar array, power storage systems, internal electrical systems and recently replaced the generator that supplies backup power. The lodge has also seen a host of interior renovations. The lodge itself has been valued significantly below its replacement cost in this offering. It rests at 9,000 feet in altitude and nearly every room features one of South Parks rarest views: the entirety of the west elevation of Pikes Peak standing guard at 14,115 with the six-mile long Elevenmile Canyon Reservoir and its granite rock formations in the foreground. Pikes Peak is one of Colorados ever famous 14ers. Enjoy daybreak over breakfast on any part of the lodges 3,200 square feet of stamped concrete decks served by a wood burning fireplace. If resting in the luxury of the lodge through morning is your preference, you will not be disappointed by sunset on the same deck offering Pikes Peak cloaked in delicate shades of pink and blue as the dramatic thunderheads from an afternoon shower gone past are ablaze in sunset orange. On the interior of the lodge youll be engulfed by two story soaring ceilings featuring hand hewn beam construction in the great room. The glass and glazing work will surround you as you take in the views from the dining room, chef inspired kitchen and sitting room. The great room is flanked by two wood burning fire places with rock chimneys climbing from floor to ceiling. Overlooking the great room is a balcony to the upstairs workplace outfitted for your productivity needs. Back on the main floor and adjacent to the grand foyer and main entrance is the master suite featuring the same views of Pikes Peak, a gas fireplace serving the bedroom and the spa. Topped with the vaulted log ceiling and wrapped in custom tile work the spa features a water closet, jetted tub, shower, his and her closets and a beauty counter with multiple wash basins. The entirety of the lower floor of the lodge walks out to the east. And five of the six suites on this floor take advantage of a direct walk out to the stamped concrete patio. All of the suites feature bathrooms and surround a lower floor entertainment room with billiards and table games and movie viewing area all served by a gas hearth and wet bar. You will not lack for capacity in the lodge. With seven bedrooms, eight baths and a powder room capacity is comfortably rated between 20-24 people and everyone will take advantage of the luxury the lodge affords in all seasons whether that season offers the comfort of the summer breezes in the summer or majestic beauty of winter on the ranch while enjoying the warmth of the in floor heat system and five fireplaces in the winter.

Remnants of the homesteaders remain on the ranch at its headquarters below the main lodge at the head of the hay pastures on the banks of Pruden Creek. There are late 1800's and early 1900's log structures here. Including the original Rogers Ranch House "Soddy" which is ready for restoration. In addition, there are two early 1900's barns, a horse barn and a milking barn which have been restored to serviceable condition along with log rail corrals. Headquarters features functional and renovated improvements including the two-story home housing the ranch managers and it is detached artist studio wrapped in French doors featuring a sleeping loft. All the structures are served with a sperate wind and solar system. And the entirety of headquarters is filled with aspen trees and features a pond stocked with trout. Views of the Mosquito Range to the west, Eleven Mile Canyon Reservoir and Pikes Peak can all be enjoyed from Headquarters. Living here is like living in a post card.

Speaking of ponds, there are a total of eleven ponds on RMR. Pruden, Union and the Balm of Gilead Creeks drain the ranch and fill its ponds. Anglers and non-anglers alike will delight by the trout stocked in six of the ponds on the ranch. The fishing on the ranch is remarkable. If additional angling pursuits are desired, fly fishing on the Dream Stream, a Gold Medal designated stretch of the South Platte River which runs between Spinney Mountain and Eleven Mile Canyon Reservoirs can be enjoyed as it is only a ten-minute drive from the ranch. Laiden with aquatic insects and other aquatic biomass from Spinney Mountain Reservoir which supports trout and salmon you will quickly understand from where its nickname is earned. Still water anglers will also delight with over 171,000 acre feet of reservoirs and their professional outfitters and marinas that surround the ranch. The boat ramp to the largest of the three reservoirs is mere minutes from the ranch. Additionally, Confluence Land Companys strategic partner, Freestone Aquatics, has identified creek development opportunities on Pruden Creek. An opportunity for oxbow development on the creek exists for a value-add opportunity.

Due to its size and agricultural status, RMR is eligible for Colorados Landowner Preference Program (the LPP). RMR has historically received a couple of Elk vouchers, a couple of Mule Deer vouchers and occasionally an Antelope tag. The ranch falls entirely within Game Unit 58 which is a draw only unit for elk as compared to other surrounding units which are over the counter units which increases the value of the vouchers the ranch receives through the LPP. The ranch is a fine respite for big game due to its size and abundance of water resources. Herds of elk call the area and the sunny slopes of the ranch home in late season rifle and are often seen watering themselves on the ponds in earlier seasons such as archery and muzzleloader seasons. Mule deer are ever present and Boone and Crockett antelope find themselves in the upland pastures of the ranch. The ranch has received almost no pressure from big game hunters since 2010. LPP vouchers are also eligible for hunting tags outside of the borders of the ranch on over 25,000 acres of Pike National Forest and BLM lands. Both are contiguous are the ranch. RMR offers big game sportsman a head start on public hunters into these lands- one of the highly coveted aspects of private land in Colorado. Train your bows, rifles and pistols on the ranchs shooting range. Earthen berms have been created for your target sport needs. Close in pistol stands are just as functional as the long-range rifle range and the shooting clay range. RMRs combination of sporting pursuits make this a complete opportunity within close proximity to the conveniences the two largest metro areas in Colorado.

RMR supports 50-60 AUM of livestock from May thru October annually and produces an average of 1,250 square bales of fine quality native grass hay. This kind of production is very high for this intermontane grassland basin and speaks to the water assets of the ranch. A lease with a local rancher keeps real estate property taxes low here and through such a relationship the historical values of the ranch and its western ranching heritage preserved 150 years after they begun. Those values are respected and honored through the South Park National Heritage Area. A designation this 2,000 square mile received from the federal government in 2009 and which is shared with only 55 others in the Unites States. The designation provides financial support from the Federal Government without creating additional public land. Such support is used to preserve the values of the area and create tourism.

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Red Lodge
, 59068
Carbon County
38.00 acres
Tucked along the banks of Rock Creek, bordering National Forest lands, just outside of Red Lodge, Montana, is the tranquility of the Rock Creek Resort. Moments from the Beartooth Highway and the nearby northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park, the Resort occupies a prime commercial location in one of the worlds most spectacular settings.

With over 38 deeded acres in multiple parcels, bordering the Custer National Forest on the west and east boundaries, a spring-fed stocked trout pond, and with .36 miles of Rock Creek meandering through the property, the Resort grounds perfectly capture the majesty of the Beartooth Mountains.

Offered for sale as a turn-key resort operation with varied guest accommodations of 84 rooms, the historic Old Piney Dell restaurant, pool and sauna, wedding and conference facilities, and transferable liquor and gambling licenses, the Resort offers the next owner almost unlimited possibilities for immediate use and future expansion in a location that cannot be duplicated.
Elk Valley
0 Sand Gap Rd  , La Follette
, 37766
Campbell County
8,128.00 acres
Presenting Elk Valley, 8128 acres in North East Tennessee.
Located in Campbell County, Tennessee, 45 miles north of Knoxville and about 20 miles west of Lafollette, this tract is truly a once in a lifetime property. Over eight thousand continuous acres of mountain land with great road systems, ponds, streams and multiple places for homes or cabins. Elk are found on the property along with whitetail deer, eastern turkey, black bear, wild hogs and grouse. Turkey roost on the ridges and can be heard for miles in the mornings. Elk are also on the top feeding in the long grass meadows that have clover stands and small pines scattered throughout. Whitetail deer are in the bottoms and along the edges on logging roads and benches. Elk Valley is a hunters dream and must be seen to appreciate all of the hunting potential.
Commercially the timber potential in Elk Valley is very good. The property has been managed for timber and has some merchantable and pre merchantable timber on it. Elk Valley is also a tract with great mineral potential. Part of the property has been mined before for coal and there are still large deposits of coal including Blue Gem coal. Mining has always been a big part of Appalachain Mountains and this tract is no different. Currently there is no mining being done on the property but the permit is in progress.
Elk Valley is a dream property. Please give us a call for a private showing.
Eagle River Case Ranch
101 Ping Lane  , Eagle
, 81631
Eagle County
11.00 acres
After almost 30 years in the family, this property is now available for its next chapter. The Town of Eagle, Colorado has established a very comprehensive plan for the expansion and growth of the Eagle River Corridor, and the Case Ranch becomes the centerpiece, connecting the heart of Eagle with the coveted riverfront access. Land11.5 acres prominently positioned high above the southern bank of the Eagle River, sits this beautiful property just a stones throw from downtown Eagle, the Eagle River Park, Visitors Center and the Eagle County Fairgrounds and arena.
Flat usable ground, with Lush Green Pasture.
ImprovementsThe is currently one single family home on the property. Fully Fenced and Irrigated.
General OperationsThis pristine 11 acre property located in the heart of Eagle, Colorado, is a developers dream. Prominently positioned high above the southern bank of the Eagle River, sits this beautiful property just a stones throw from downtown Eagle, the Eagle River Park, Visitors Center and the Eagle County Fairgrounds and arena. After almost 30 years in the family, this property is now available for its next chapter. The Town of Eagle, Colorado has established a very comprehensive plan for the expansion and growth of the Eagle River Corridor, and the Case Ranch becomes the centerpiece, connecting the heart of Eagle with the coveted riverfront access. The citys vision consists of a mix of higher density residential and commercial development on the properties immediately to the north of Eagles central business district. Envisioning a lively, walkable, mixed-use, neighborhood bordering the flowing waters of the Eagle River. This prime location offers it all, from the luxury of the nearby resort towns of Vail and Beaver Creek, to some of the worlds premiere ski resorts, all with the small town community feel of Eagle. The convenient access to I-70, and just a 2 hour drive to Denver and the front range, has this prime mountain town location perfectly placed for all your outdoor activities; skiing, hiking, hunting, and fishing on the Eagle River. Rarely does one find such an abundance of amenities and opportunity in such a beautiful setting.
Region & ClimateEagle, Colorado averages 244 Sunny Days per year. At only, 6,601? Eagle experiences mild winters, and a longer summer season.
The town of Eagle has grown into a beautiful town with a great community with events and entertainment if you enjoy a night out every now and then.There is a Costco just 5 minutes down the road, and plenty of restaurants 10 minutes away.
LocationThis pristine, and private setting is in a prime location. Offering both the luxury of theresort towns of Vail and Beaver Creek just 30 minutes away, and the small town community feel ofEagle. It is located just off of Highway 6, and has Quick and easy access to I-70.
Glenwood Springs is just 30 minutes away, and 2 hours to Denver. The continuously growing Eagle Airport is 10 minutes away. This is the perfectproperty for all you outdoors activities; skiing, hiking, hunting, and fishing on the EagleRiver, and of course horses!
Rarely does one find such an abundance of amenities and opportunity in such a setting!