Known as a keystone property, this 2,946± acre ranch includes functional historic buildings reminiscent of an earlier time, hay meadows full of alpine native grasses, many adjudicated springs, multiple ponds, and tall rocky outcroppings that the golden eagles call home – This is the Tom Campbell Ranch! Take advantage of this unique opportunity to obtain significant hunting and ranching acreage in the Central Colorado mountains. Currently, the ranch is a cow-calf operation along with hay production. Located in GMU 581, the ranch is home to elk, mule deer, antelope, wild turkey and more. It is not uncommon to see the 300+ resident elk herd. With springs and ponds through-out, both wildlife and cattle thrive on this land that has been carefully managed for generations. Elevation ranges from 8,600 feet to peaks over 9,400 feet. Situated on both sides of County Road 71 in Park County, the ranch has easy access. Tom Campbell Ranch is a working cattle ranch under Conservation Easement with CCALT to protect the natural beauty and rich agricultural heritage that the family created in the early 1930’s, and continues to this day. There are two building envelopes that are retained for your use. For the first time, this exceptional property can be yours!