S River Ranch
$400,000 | 320± Acres
S River Ranch
City/ST/ZIP: Delta, Utah, 84624
County: Millard County
Located just outside of Delta, Utah is 320 acres of prime pastureland, with Sevier River running through it. Power runs across the property and can be connected to any buildings constructed. Property has been used for cattle grazing in the past. Hay production is prominent in the area, along with mining, dairy farming, and a power plant (I.P.P). Southwest Desert is the hunting unit for this area. Deer, waterfowl, Antelope, & Upland Game are prevalent here.
Pine trees, Willows, sagebrush, and grasses cover this flat 320 acres dissected by the Sevier River.
Views of the Sawtooth, & Swasey Mountain are to the West. Crater Bench & Fumarole Butte are to the North. Fishlake National Forest is to the East, with Pahvant Range to the southeast.
Elevation for Delta, Utah is 4650 +/-.
Property has water rights (amount & uses to be verified)
Sevier River runs through the property in multiple locations
Property is surrounded by private landowners
Year-round County Road leads to South edge of the property
Potential possibilities: cattle grazing, hay production, development, etc.
Possible easements could be applied for with Sevier River dissecting the property
Water handling systems have been installed to control the amount & direction of flow
Fencing & cross fencing
The area is well known for Waterfowl (Snow-Goose Migration), Deer, Elk, Mt. Lion, Antelope & Upland Game Hunting. Hunt Unit is Southwest Desert and is part of the Utah Division of Wildlife Services program. Millard County is home to some of the best big game units in the state. The application period is late January to early March. Fishing for Bullhead & Channel Catfish, Walleye, White Bass, Yellow Perch, Carp, & Bluegill is close by at Gunnison Bend Reservoir. Hiking trails are available throughout the vicinity with many different mountains and interests satisfied. From fossil digging to rock collecting of Topaz, Obsidian, Opal, & Geodes.
Delta is the nearest city within a fifteen-minute drive. It was originally a railroad switch called Aiken, then Melville, then Burtner, and finally Delta on May 11, 1911. The area was a Delta for Lake Bonneville.
Topaz Relocation Camp was used during World War II. The Topaz Museum in Delta provides information and history about the camps, & to fund preservation.
Great Basin Museum provides history & information about the area.
Gunnison Massacre Site is where John Williams Gunnison was ambushed.
Climate is arid/semi-arid.
Sevier River is mostly used for irrigation
The area is well known for its Dairy Farms & Alfalfa Hay production
Lime production at Graymonts Cricket Mine is some of the best in the world.
Trilobite fossils are common in the region west of Delta
SNOW GOOSE Festival occurs every winter as the geese migrate stopping at Gunnison Bend Reservoir
With water running throughout the property at different times of the year, there is an opportunity for cross, hunting, and secluded peace and quiet. Let this be yours.
To schedule a showing, please contact: Kent DUKE Boyington 801-710-0623 mobile / 801-745-0237 office
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