Featured Properties, Land, and Ranch


  • Musselshell County, Montana
    Three Buttes Ranch rests in the heart of South-Central Montana, and has a combined total of 16,331 ± acres (10,487 Deeded). This property is nestled up against the Bull Mountain range and encompasses an impressive mix of valleys, rock outcroppings, meadows, sandstone, and hills. The reliable water sources are also abundant; including springs, drainages, wells, and over two miles of Fattig Creek. The landscape which includes dense timber ridges and rich vegetation in combination with the water sources helps make this area one of the top trophy Elk hunting ranches available in the entire state! The unit
    16,331± acres
  • San Juan County, Utah
    Hidden off the beaten path is this beautifully diverse ranch in Eastland, Utah. This expansive property encompasses approximately 6,100 deeded acres of wildlife-filled canyons, fertile farm ground, breathtaking views, and rich history. This ranch receives its income from farming Certified Organic Crops, gravel extraction, cattle grazing, and hunting. Improvements on the ranch include; offices, silos, certified scales, fencings, and wells. Canyons with a wide variety of vegetation provide the perfect habitat for Elk, Deer, Bear, Mountain Lion, and a variety of small game. LA Sal and Abajo Mountains present outstanding views beyond the manicured fields. Canyonlands National Park
    6,100± acres
  • Colfax County, New Mexico
    Wire Hill Ranch is 2,976+/- acres of well-watered New Mexico landscape that adjoins state land with rich greenery and abundant water that is attractive to the surrounding wildlife. The landscape of the ranch is unique in that it has an intricate canyon system, mesa tops, rock formations, streams and springs. The property sits between 6,800-7,700 feet in elevation, and the diverse terrain offers beautiful panoramic views. In addition, the ranch has meadows that offer prime grazing that attracts wildlife and would be perfect for cattle. Native American campsites and artifacts are also found on the property
    2,976.52± acres
  • Montrose County, Colorado
    Coffee Pot Hill Ranch checks all the boxes when it comes to finding your ideal property. Located 15 minutes East of Montrose, CO and surrounded by ideal fishing locations, this 1,760± acres ranch embodies a variety of landscapes and wildlife. Thickets of Scrub Oaks and Pines Trees, along with open Sagebrush that cover the mountain terrain offer phenomenal views from elevations that range from roughly 7,100 to 9,000 feet. There is an abundance of rich vegetation that provides bedding habitat and food sources to make an ideal hunting property that attracts a variety of wildlife. The
    1,760± acres
  • San Juan County, Utah
    Lucky J Ranch offers an amazing opportunity that any hunter/landowner dreams about. The current seller receives 3 coveted World Class Trophy CWMU Mule Deer vouchers. The hunting season for these tags begins September 1st and runs through October 31st (weapon of choice...rifle, archery, muzzleloader) Yes, a two-month-long hunting season! From September 1st-15th, you are restricted to your 1,680± acres of prime hunting ground. On September 16th, the range expands to the CWMU's 75,000 +/- acres. Besides the advantage of accessing the additional hunting land, this property boasts excellent farm ground that attracts a wide variety of
    1,680± acres
  • Las Animas County, Colorado
    Aggressively priced mountain acreage near Weston, CO. If you're looking for a recreational parcel of ground that has an excellent road system, lots of wildlife, and across the street from the famed Bosque Del Oso State Wildlife area, then look no further! Lopez Canyon Ranch is approximately 1,548.63 acres of rugged mountain land that hunts and feels much more expansive than most ranches of this size. If you're looking for more land, there is the potential to add +/- 700 acres from a neighboring landowner. FACTS 1,548.63 Deeded Acres Per the Survey Multiple Springs and
    1,548.63± acres
  • San Juan County, Utah
    Beautiful & hidden in Southeastern Utah is this 1360+/- acre farm and ranch. Creeks run through the wildlife-filled canyons surrounding three sides of the 900+/- acres of organic fields. Spring-fed ponds provide water & habitat for Elk, Mule Deer, Black Bear, Mountain Lion, Waterfowl, and many other birds and small game. Over-the-counter Any-Bull Elk Tags are available for this hard-to-find hunting property. The ponds provide excellent habitat for waterfowl and other birds and are deep enough for fish to survive. An old homestead sits on the Northeast corner of the ranch, with barbed-wire fencing on several sides of the
    1,360± acres
  • Duchesne County, Utah
    Located in Duchesne County, Utah, is this magnificent 1,075+/-acre river ranch. The Ranch @ Strawberry River contains many dream qualities. The ranch can be purchased as one or in two separate pieces. Piece #1 approximately 1000+/-acres ($3.49mil) and Piece #2 approximately 75+/-acres ($1.75mil). Excellent area for hunting North American big game species of Elk & Mule Deer, with the occasional Shiras Moose, Bighorn Sheep, plus predator hunting for Black Bear, Coyote & Mountain Lion. Small game includes Fox, Badgers, squirrels, and more. Wild Turkeys love the river bottoms with Blue-Ribbon Fishing on more than two miles
    1,075± acres
  • Duchesne County, Utah
    Located in Duchesne County, Utah is this magnificent 1,000+/-acre Pinnacles at The Ranch @ Strawberry River Ranch. The ranch offers seclusion with easy county road access and is in an excellent area for hunting Elk & Mule Deer, with the occasional Shiras Moose and Bighorn Sheep present. Plus, predator hunting for Black Bear, Coyote & Mountain Lion is an option. Small game on the ranch includes Fox, Badgers, squirrels, and more. Wild Turkeys love the river bottoms that also host Blue-Ribbon fishing on more than two miles of the Strawberry River for Brown, Cutthroat, & Rainbow Trout. Cottonwoods
    1,000± acres
  • Routt County, Colorado
    If there ever was the quintessential Colorado ranch, this has got to be it! This property offers the hard-to-find combination of luxury, solitude, beauty, and endless recreational opportunities. Located 30 miles south of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, Royal Springs Ranch has commanding views of the Morrison Creek Valley to the East and the gorgeous mountains that make up Green Ridge in Route National Forest to the West. With over 1,370 acres (738 Deeded and 640 state-lease), this ranch provides the space to truly enjoy the serenity the Rocky Mountains are famous for. A stunning main home, guest cabin, and
    738± acres
  • Teller County, Colorado
    Dome Rock Ranch is blessed with a combination of unique features that combine to make it arguably the finest property in Colorado for its size. Situated off of Highway 24, south of the town of Florissant, this peaceful and secluded property boasts of 2 ponds, a private trail system that can be utilized by OHV, bikes, horseback, or on foot. There is one breathtaking view after another from every spot on this property, from vast outcroppings of boulders overlooking lush valleys with dense vegetation to the beautiful trout-stocked pond and grassy meadows. There are so many endless possibilities for
    460.6± acres
  • Duchesne County, Utah
    Beautiful & secluded, the 75± acre Bluffs at The Ranch @ Strawberry River is perfect for the quiet outdoors enthusiast. With roughly one mile of the Strawberry River winding through it, this ranch is both picturesque and offers plenty of recreational opportunity. The fenced lush meadows are filled with grasses, and given shade from Cottonwoods, which play host to grazing cattle & horses. Easy access from Hwy 40, near Fruitland, Utah, provides year-round access to the property. Power is installed on the property and provides electricity to the pump used for irrigation. Elk, Mule Deer, and Shiras Moose hunting
    75± acres