94 Ranch is a perfect remote Southeastern Colorado property to make a horse, cattle, or recreation ranch. Build your dream home or park your RV and enjoy beautiful sunrises over the eastern plains and sunsets over the Spanish Peaks. If you are looking for a peaceful quiet setting this ranch will not disappoint.
The ranch lies in Las Animas County east of Interstate 25 about an hour east of Walsenburg and about an hour northeast of Trinidad.
Access to the ranch is by county maintained all-weather road.
The ranch is rolling hills interspersed with draws covered in pinyon pine, sage, and juniper along with grama grass, buffalo grass, and bluestem. The ranch sits at an elevation of 1 mile (5280 ft) above sea level.
The ranch is partially fenced with mostly older barbed wire fencing.
With new fencing to completely fence the ranch, it can support a few head of cattle year round or a few horses. With improved fencing goats or sheep would also be an option.
With smaller acreage in this area, hunting would be limited to small game and if draw tag mule deer or an occasional antelope.
The ranch is great for hiking, ATVing and horseback riding. It is a perfect horse property with land suitable for building horse and equestrian facilities.
The property qualifies for domestic wells and is off grid. It would be ideally suited for wind and solar.
Minerals are unknown and any and all owned minerals will convey.