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Cheyenne Canyon
Every once in a while, one of those truly unique properties with a grand history and rarely seen on the market comes available. Cheyenne Canyon Retreat is one of those rare magical properties. If you have ever dreamed of owning an extraordinary mountain retreat that offers everything an owner can desire, this is your chance. Cheyenne Canyon R
Small Acreage, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, United States 37 Acres
Aspen Hollow Retreat

Aspen Hollow is an ideal Colorado ranch retreat with easy access to limitless recreation opportunities; skiing at Winter Park and Grandy Ranch, boating on Lake Granby, visiting Rocky Mountain National Park, fishing and rafting on the Colorado River, or just camping and exploring on the BLM.

Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Small Acreage, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Granby, Grand County, Colorado, United States 37.25 Acres
Pikes Peak Ranch
Pikes Peak Ranch is truly a unique gem of gems which is really saying something when considering the area where the property is located. The ranch has views of Pikes Peak that make it feel like it's in your front yard. One can cross the catwalk to the crow’s nest balcony and sit sipping coffee as the morning sunrise sets the peak aglow as if it w...
Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Small Acreage
Divide, Teller County, Colorado, 62.75 Acres
39 Mile Ranch

39 Mile Ranch is a high elevation Colorado ranch close to the front range and Denver as well as Colorado Springs. The ranch has many of the old original homestead structures that could be revitalized to keep that rustic Colorado charm and would make a perfect Colorado retreat, second home, or recreational ranch. 

Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Guffey, Park County, Colorado, United States 331 Acres
Thorson Arkansas River Farm

Located 20 minutes east of Pueblo, Colorado, the Thorson Farm is an opportunity to purchase a Colorado property that is capable of running cattle and farming crops or hay. The farm historically raised alfalfa and ran cattle. There is a cozy home, metal sided garage, and an older set of corrals. This area of Colorado offers excellent farms and ranches. 

Production Ranches - livestock & farming, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Boone, Pueblo County, Colorado, United States 200 Acres
Sand Creek Ranch
Sand Creek Ranch is an absolute sleeper hunting property. The ranch lies in the Northwest Colorado sagebrush country near Dinosaur National Monument. The area is deceiving in it looks relativ...
Production Ranches - livestock & farming, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Maybell, Moffat County, Colorado, 578 Acres
Mt. Pisgah Lookout Retreat

Mt Pisgah Lookout Retreat offers an owner an opportunity to build their dream Colorado home with the feel of complete privacy and seclusion while only being minutes to one of Colorado's most popular mining towns. The views of the Sangre de Cristos are breathtaking and will leave you in awe. The property also has direct access to BLM.

Small Acreage, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Cripple Creek, Teller County, Colorado, United States 70 Acres
Wilderness Ridge Retreat in Colorado

Are you looking for that relaxing peaceful place in Colorado to escape it all?  Then you need to take a look at Wilderness Ridge Retreat near Weston, Colorado. With a cozy cabin and and guest house, you can bring the whole family out and relax, hike, and explore. Once you arrive you will not want to leave. 

Small Acreage, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Weston, Las Animas County, Colorado, United States 120 Acres
94 Ranch

Located on the Southeastern Colorado Plains, 94 Ranch awaits a new owner to build their dream owner or establish their own recreational ranch or farm to enjoy the fruits of their labor raising livestock.  The ranch is also perfect as a horse property with land sutiable for building all the required equestrian facilities needed. 

Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Production Ranches - livestock & farming
Delhi, Las Animas County, Colorado, 338 Acres

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Colorado Ranches and Land For Sale

Colorado has always been considered something of a last frontier when it comes to usable land. While much of the rest of the country gives way to cities and suburbs, the state continues to boast large tracts of wilderness for hunting and numerous ranching properties. Whether a buyer’s interest specifically lies in fully operational Colorado cattle ranches for sale or simply finding some recreational land on which to hunt, fish, or keep horses, it’s important not to just buy the first property that sounds good sight unseen. Buying land is a serious investment, so buyers should give some thought to the property’s current and intended uses to ensure they are in line with their personal and financial goals.

  • What to Look For in Colorado Cattle Ranches
    Buying a cattle ranch can be a fantastic business venture. Raising cattle takes a lot of work, but it pays off in a return on the initial investment when it is done correctly. Even if potential buyers stumble on what seems like the perfect investment, it’s important to take a look at how the ranch is doing financially and figure out how much additional investment would need to be made to make it sufficiently profitable. Purchasing cattle ranches for sale from a company that specializes in ranches and recreational land makes this challenge much easier
  • How to Choose a Colorado Horse Ranch>
    Horse ranches are very different. Most people searching for Colorado horse property for sale are less concerned about the bottom line and more concerned about having enough land to enjoy equestrian activities. The needs of horses are also very different from those of cattle, so be sure to find a property that already has well-constructed and currently usable stables and grazing fields. If the intent is to turn the land into a business, the presence or absence of existing structures like ranch houses and guest houses on any given piece of property can make the decision a little bit easier.
  • Buying Colorado Hunting Land
    Passionate sportsmen care less about existing structures and pastures for grazing than they do about game. A Colorado hunting property that is up for purchase should be sufficiently remote to allow a wide variety of local game, such as deer, elk, and upland game. This is often the first priority of avid hunters who are just as happy to construct a small cabin and live simply miles from civilization as they are in a classic ranch house with modern amenities. Although hunting certainly can be profitable most buyers consider the thrill of the hunt a reward in its own right. Find hunting property for sale in Colorado through a company that works with hunting enthusiasts and can help you find what they need.
  • Finding Colorado Fly Fishing Ranches
    Those looking for Colorado fly fishing ranches for sale have very particular needs and should absolutely take a careful look at the water supply on any property they are considering for purchase. While the value of a cattle ranch is obvious more or less throughout the year, it only makes sense to buy a property for fly fishing after it has been evaluated during fly fishing season. Put that enthusiasm on ice until spring.

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