Horse Monument

Horse Monument

San Juan County Utah
Horse Monument
ID: 50063
Status: New Listing
Price: $607,500
Acres: 486±
Price Per Acre: $1,250
Address: TBD
City, State: Eastland, Utah
County: San Juan County
ZIP Code: 84535
Presented By: Duke Boyington
Taxes: $210

Property Description

Horse Monument is a picturesque 486+/- acres of organic farm fields and canyons with several mountain ranges in the background.  The mix of excellent Big Game habitat, including agricultural fields and bedding cover, provides a quality environment for trophy Mule Deer bucks.  The diverse landscape of canyons, Sagebrush and trees are an asset for additional wildlife as well.  Horse Monument is currently enrolled in the area Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) for its trophy Mule Deer, and receives annual income (with the potential to receive CWMU Mule Deer vouchers, or landowner tags).  Elk tags are Over-The-Counter (OTC), and Black Bear tags are some of the most sought after in the state (due to the big bears and great hunting).  The reddish colored organic farm fields are currently leased by an area farmer who grows Winter Wheat and Safflower.  Access to the property is year-round from a paved road.  Additional local features are the 2+ million acres of public land close by, and the nearby lakes for the fishing enthusiast.  The town of Monticello is roughly 25 minutes away, and provides groceries and supplies, as well as hotels, hospitals, and an airport.


  • 486± deeded acres     
  • Rolling fields of organic Winter Wheat & Safflower bordered by draws leading towards multiple canyons covered with trees and Sagebrush
  • Proximity to over 2 million acres of BLM and State Trust land
  • Property is currently enrolled in the local CWMU for its trophy Mule Deer and receives annual income (*Contact agent for more information on CWMU's)
  • A combination of various trees, Sagebrush, and Willows provide great Elk and Mule Deer habitat
  • Year-round paved county road access
  • Amazing views of the Abajo and La Sal Mountains


  • Hunting

    • Unit 14A (San Juan/Abajo Mtns)
    • Mule Deer- Local area is known for trophy size bucks, some are Boone & Crocket quality.  Property is currently enrolled in the CWMU program and receives annual income. [Potential to negotiate with CWMU to receive vouchers instead of income in future.  If not enrolled in CWMU the property could receive landowner tags.  *Contact agents for full details on CWMU and landowner tag options]
    • Elk- Tags are OTC
    • Black Bear- Tags are some of the most sought after tags in the state for the large bears in the area.

      • Fall Bear Baiting/Dog Season requires 15-20 preference points
      • Newly Added Fall Bear Pursuit Season (No baiting/No dogs) is OTC (*Contact agent for information about this season)

    • Mountain Lions- can currently be hunted 365 days a year in Utah.  Tags are OTC.
    • Wildlife on the property are both migratory and resident.
    • 2+ million acres of public land for hunting and recreation are close to the property. 

  • Fishing

    • No fishing is on the property, but the area has some great mountain lakes that provide lots of fun. Lloyds Lake, Monticello Lake, and Blanding Reservoir are just a few of the local fishing holes. 
    • Lake Powell is not far away and is one of the country’s premier places for amazing beauty and recreation. From houseboating to wakeboarding, waterskiing, and fishing, fun is there to be enjoyed. 

  • Recreation

    • Canyon Country is throughout Utah with its many National Parks and state recreation areas. 
    • Some of the local attractions are Monument Valley, Bears Ear National Monument, Canyonlands National Park, Dark Sky Parks, and many more sites for recreationists and interested travelers. Winter skiing is a few hours drive away in Utah’s snow country, or across the border in Colorado.


  • While no wells are currently on the property, a new owner can pursue them through Utah Division of Water Rights ( Water rights are still available for this area of the state.
  • Seasonal water sources run throughout different parts of the property. Seeps, creeks, and stock ponds are there to be used and or enhanced.


The property is surrounded by private owners creating a small buffer between the property and BLM ground.


County roads provide access to the property.  Eastland Rd #312 provides paved access to the North parcel (East & South sides) and leads to Rd #354; which leads to the Northern center point of the South parcel.


  • The current ag field are leased by a local farmer who grows crops of Winter Wheat & Safflower
  • New owner may negotiate with farmers to lease farm ground in future years [all currently planted and worked ag fields will remain with sellers/local farmer through upcoming harvest (*contact agent for more information)]
  • Property is currently enrolled in the local CWMU and receives yearly income for Mule Deer vouchers. New owners may negotiate terms with CWMU (*contact agent for more information about the CWMU)
  • No mineral rights will transfer with sale of property


There are no current conservation easements on the property


  • While there is an old homestead on the property, it is not usable
  • Electricity is in the area, but not located on the property itself
  • Buyers may contact the San Juan County Building Department for questions about building on the property.  (


  • Monticello, Utah is the county seat of San Juan County, Utah and is in the Southeastern part of the state. Monticello offers all amenities needed and is a very friendly community. Situated at the base of the Abajo Mountains and resting at a 7070’ elevation. 
  • Local attractions such as Newspaper Rock, Canyonlands National Park Needles District, Canyon Country Discovery Center, Butler Wash Ruins, and Church Rock are just a few of the many for you to visit. The kids will enjoy the Dinosaur Museum.
  • The Hideout Golf Course has been a top course in Utah in the past. 
  • The Old Spanish Trail traversed through the area in the 1800’s.
  • Monticello has San Juan Hospital on the West side of town near the local school, and has a Department of Agriculture and U.S. Forest Service offices.
  • Blanding, Utah and the Four Corners Area is roughly 20 miles to the South.  Moab, Utah is to the North about 45 miles. Cortez, Co. is approximately 45 minutes East.


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