Pinnacles at The Ranch @ Strawberry River
$3,490,000 | 1,000± Acres
Pinnacles at The Ranch @ Strawberry River
Address: (TBD) Strawberry River Rd
City/ST/ZIP: Fruitland, Utah, 84027
County: Duchesne County
Lifestyles: Bear, Cattle, Conservation, Elk, Fishing, Mule Deer
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 line the banks of the Strawberry River which weaves throughout the property's vibrant green meadows. The stunning vertical cliffs bordering the river in multiple areas give way to the bluffs & draws that house the resident and migratory Mule Deer & Elk herds. Cattle graze on the grasses in the long green meadows and lay shaded under the Cottonwoods. Horses run from end to end, enjoying the acres of freedom.
- Cottonwood line the winding river, with Pinyon & Juniper Pines scattered over the bluffs and through the draws. The steep sheer walls have Juniper & Conifers scattered on their face.
- The ranch's elevation begins at roughly 5000 feet and continues rising to 7000 feet.
- Plush grass meadows with small amounts of wetland cover approximately 200+/- acres. Six-foot & taller Willows run along the edges of the river and blend into the Cottonwoods.
- The Strawberry River winds throughout the property for 2.25+/- miles.
- There are 7ea water rights providing water from the Strawberry River for irrigation and stock watering. There is an option for ditch irrigation or using an improved pond-sprinkling system.
- The ranch is bordered by the Uintah & Ouray Indian Reservation to the South. Private landowners border the property on the North, East, and West.
- Strawberry River Road is a Duchesne County graded gravel road that fronts the ranch. Access from the Strawberry River Road is readily available in multiple locations throughout the year.
- The ranch is currently leased for Cattle Grazing. There are no other current leases, but opportunities are available.
- There are no current conservation easements, but there is a small amount of wetland on the ranch. New owners may consider a new conservation easement or other easements.
- Fencing on several sides, in combination with the river and sheer cliff walls, provides containment for the grazing cattle and roaming horses.
- No domestic wells are on the property at this time, but water-rights for domestic use are available through the Utah Division of Water Rights (or one water-right may be altered for domestic well use).
- Required approval from Duchesne County Health & Building Departments is necessary before the construction of a septic system.
- No improved roads are on the property.
- Game Management Unit is Wasatch Mountains East (17B / 17C)
- Mule Deer & Elk resident herds call the ranch home while other herds migrate on and off the property. Quality and Quantity vary depending on the time of year.
- The ranch is large enough to qualify for a Landowner Tag (application is due by August 1st annually).
- Surrounded by private landowners, there is no public access.
- 2.25+/- miles of Blue-Ribbon fishing. There have been high-quality Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, & Bear Lake Cutthroat Trout caught on the Strawberry River. While some parts of the river are closed part of the year to protect spawning Cutthroat Trout & Kokanee Salmon, the ranch is currently able to be fished all year long.
- Strawberry Reservoir area is well known for its snowmobile riding, with many other surrounding areas available as well.
- Multiple riding arenas are available in the area.
- Strawberry Reservoir is well known for its quality fishing year around. As one of Utah's premier reservoirs for fishing, it is known as the best cold-water reservoir in the state. The mountain reservoir is producing quality Rainbow & Cutthroat Trout consistently. A fish-egg taking station just off of Hwy 40 has great success with Kokanee Salmon & Cutthroat Trout eggs. The reservoir is also home to crayfish, Red Shiner, Utah Chub, and the Utah Sucker. There are four major fishing areas, Strawberry Basin, Meadows Basin, Narrows, and Soldier Creek.
- Starvation Reservoir is 20 minutes to the east and close to the city of Duchesne. Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, Utah Chub, and Yellow Perch are typically caught in the reservoir.
- Nine Mile Canyon is miles of petroglyphs, pictographs, & historic- sites, with campsites available throughout the 46-mile-long stretch, which is also known as the "World's Longest Outdoor Art Gallery".
- Fruitland, Utah is only several miles away and has a gas station and basic supplies and groceries.
- Duchesne, Utah is 30 minutes away and offers, hotels, groceries, supplies, and restaurants.
- Heber City, Park City, and Provo are the closest big cities for major shopping items and airports.
- Park City, Sundance, and Deer-Valley are a mere 1 hour to 1 1/2 hours away.
Here is your chance to own a piece of Old Time Western History. A ranch property loaded with water, grassy meadows, tall Cottonwoods, and sheer mountain walls hiding long draws with big game animals, with miles of Blue-Ribbon fishing on a gorgeous river.
To schedule a showing, please contact:
Kent "DUKE" Boyington (801-710-0623 cell)
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