Hunting Land for Sale in Colorado

Hunting Land for Sale in Colorado

Colorado is truly a sportsman’s dream. Not only are the views offered by the Rocky Mountains unparalleled, but hunters can pursue a host of big game, such as moose, elk, mule and whitetail deer, and black bear. For the upland hunter, pheasants are plenty, and turkey hunters will find both Merriam’s and Rio Grandes. Outdoor recreation abounds at every turn, making it a prime place for an investment. Below you’ll find a sample of some of the diverse properties that we have listed, which range from rolling grasslands to canyonlands with breathtaking views of craggy peaks.

Two Properties in Mountain Paradise

Some of the best hunting land for sale in Colorado we have listed are these two properties. They’re situated at the base of the Spanish Peaks in southern Colorado, just north of the New Mexico border. Among the dense pines, elk, mule deer and turkey are plenty. When it’s not hunting season, enjoy seemingly endless miles of hiking and biking trails scattered throughout the Front Range.

Trujillo Creek Ranch

If you're looking for land for sale in Colorado, look no further than this gorgeous property.

This 117-acre ranch comes with a two bedroom, two bath house with a porch that offers a one-of-a-kind view of the nearby mountain range. Several ponds and meadows interspersed among pines host a variety of game like elk and mule deer. A fence runs along the perimeter of the property for those with horses or cattle. The property is only 10 miles from the nearest town with access to the interstate, and less than a two-hour drive from Colorado Springs to the north. But, with a place like this, escaping to the city may be far down on your list of things to do.

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A Diverse Ranch with Mountain Views

Just down the creek is this 74-acre ranch that has it all: water rights to the Trujillo Creek that runs through it, a field of orchard grass, smooth brome and alfalfa (for hay), pine bluffs with ample wildlife. The property offers seasonal grazing for cattle too. Did we mention beautiful views of the Spanish Peaks? There is electricity running to the property and a pad ready for a home.

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Farming and Hunting Property in the Colorado Flatlands

This 1,760-acre farm is an investment that’ll keep on giving long after purchase. Already existing CRP on the property pays almost $47,000 annually through 2021 - this is excellent habitat for mule and whitetail deer. There is plenty of tillable ground, perfect for milo as another return on your investment, and an attractant for pheasant and deer. A nearby barn offers plenty of room for farm equipment, with three grain bins. Opportunities for spot-and-stalk hunting antelope abound, and due to the large acreage, the buyer would be eligible to enter the Landowner Preference Program, which allows for additional deer and antelope tags.

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A Cattle Ranch with World Class Hunting and Fishing

Located along the Cucharas River, this 4,800-acre property features deep canyons, breathtaking views and world class hunting for elk, mountain lion, mule deer and whitetails, waterfowl, turkey and antelope. It operated as a cattle ranch for more than 50 years, rated for 200-plus cow/calf pairs on a year-round basis - there are several fenced pastures for rotational grazing, and the river and several springs offer plenty of water.

The history of the property goes further back, with evidence of Native Americans in rock drawings, tipi circles and campsites. There is a small hunting cabin near corrals, complete with water, electricity, a bathroom and heating. As an investment, you can’t beat this deal: It’s currently enrolled in the Landowner Preference Program for additional deer and antelope tags, a local outfitter has leased parts of the property for hunting, and the cattle operation brings in income, as well.

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River Frontage in the Beautiful Arkansas Valley

For the farmer and big game hunter, look no further than this property - nearly 3,000 acres in the Arkansas Valley, with seven miles of Arkansas River frontage with pasture space. The region is known for trophy caliber whitetail and mule deer and elk, all of which call the river bottoms home. In addition to more than 1,000 acres of irrigated, tillable farm ground, rolling grasslands with tamarisk trees and brush, cottonwoods, and small ponds abound - most of it accessible with an interior road system. A permitted gravel pit on the property has a high potential for additional income. With water rights and numerous wells, this property is perfect for the house or camp of your dreams.

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Antelope Hunting in the Colorado Grasslands

This property is situated a stone’s throw from the Pawnee National Grassland. Here, antelope, mule deer and pheasants are plenty. When you’re not busy hunting, the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains is only a two-hour drive west. Nearby cropland and plenty of CRP offers excellent habitat for wildlife. As an added bonus, annual CRP payments are a little more than $8,000 a year until 2023. Access is a cinch via a county road.

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