Burro Creek Mesa Ranch - GMU 61
$750,000 | 160± Acres
Burro Creek Mesa Ranch - GMU 61
Address: 20000 R23 Rd
City/ST/ZIP: Nucla, Colorado, 81424
County: Montrose County
Burro Creek Mesa consists of 160 acres of prime big game hunting in one of the most sought-after game management units in all of Colorado, GMU 61! Located near the town of Nucla, CO, this secluded ranch is completely surrounded by BLM which then gives way to thousands of acres of national forest up above on the Uncompahgre Plateau. With recently updated off-grid cabins and outbuildings, all you need to do is show up and enjoy the wildlife and mountains views! See below for further details on landowner vouchers, water rights, and ranch attributes.
You'll be hard-pressed to find a better GMU that offers trophy hunting for both elk and mule deer and is still relatively easy for landowners who qualify for the Land Owner Preference Program to obtain landowner vouchers. The state manages this unit as a high-quality hunt putting more emphasis on the experience vs. opportunity. As a result of these strict management practices licenses are extremely difficult for the public to obtain. As an example, it takes a resident 14 years to guarantee a unit-wide archery tag and a non-resident 21 years! As a landowner enrolled in the LPP you can draw any elk tag available with 0-2 preference pts. For instance, a landowner with one preference point has 69% odds of drawing a unit-wide archery elk tag. Some of the rifle seasons are even easier to draw a landowner voucher! Deer draw odds are pretty similar with most seasons taking landowners 1-2 pts to draw. Call us or shoot us an email if like a full breakdown on the landowner elk and deer draw odds.
- Recently updated 2 bedroom cabin, bunkhouse, and numerous outbuildings. Only one residential structure is believed to be permitted.
- Water Rights consisting of 2 C.F.S. of water for stock-water, domestic use in one dwelling and irrigation of 100 acres.
- Additional sources of water include a spring below the cabin.
- Perimeter fencing with cross fencing.
- Property is not burdened with any conservation easements leaving a new owner the opportunity to explore this option for themselves!
- Access could be year-round on an average to moderate snowfall year.
- With the vast majority of GMU 61 being comprised of public lands, ranches like this don't come to the market very often. With the added benefit of adjoining difficult to reach public lands and the ability to create your own irrigated oasis, you'll be hard-pressed to find a better deal for this price point in this GMU.
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Montrose County, ColoradoAre you looking for an affordable tract of premium hunting ground with a small cabin? Look no further! This dynamic hunting parcel is completely surrounded by national forest and is well watered with a small pond, seasonal creek, and a freshwater spring. There is phenomenal mule deer hunting right out your back door, not to mention great hunting opportunities for Elk, bear, and turkey. Recent road closures in the adjacent national forest will only further enhance the quality of hunting. Additionally, an 8,000-acre ranch to the south does not allow hunting to reduce the hunting pressure even more so160± acres$600,000
Las Animas County, ColoradoAs the springs in the forested mountains high above feed the streams and arroyos below, the terrain begins to open up all around this magnificent setting. From The highest elevations at Fishers Peak to the meadows to the foothills further north is where the wide-open spaces begin in Colorado. The front door to this magnificent big country is the Buffalo Creek Ranch. TREMENDOUS Investment Opportunity in an unbeatable setting! This rare combination of ranching, hunting, and recreation, with miles of a deep winding creek,is set in the magnificent Sangre de Cristo Mountains in unspoiled So CO! The approx8,076± acres$6,650,000
Dolores County, ColoradoThe Crowley Ranch is composed of 1096 acres situated in Dove Creek and is some of the best Agriculture ground and habitat around Dove Creek. The workings of the Ranch has been meticulously maintained to produce the best organic fields around. With splendid mountain views in all four compass directions, this sleepy town derives its name from the wild doves inhabiting local waterways. These days, abundant yields from local farms make Dove Creek better known as one of the pinto bean capitals of the world. With the agriculture ground and the plenty of cover Dove Creek hold tons of1,096± acres$1,644,000
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