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Land for sale including Ranches in Dolores County Colorado

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$1,634,040 817.02 acres
Road P & 9, Dove Creek, CO 81324 - Dolores County

Holley Ranch

A 234 net B&C mule deer AND a net 382 B&C Bull Elk harvested and documented  on less than a 1000 acres?  One can count on one hand the properties in North America capable of providing such quality free range animals, and then remove several fingers…And this property consistently produces trophy mule deer in the 190-200+ class annually. And, over-the-counter elk tags!   Guess where?    The +/- 820  acres of The Holley Ranch, Dove Creek Colorado – that’s where! This end-of-the-road game paradise sits on and controls access to +/- 4000-acres of inaccessible BLM canyon lands that hold monster mule deer and exceptional rocky mountain bull elk. Dove Creek Colorado is the pinto bean producing capital of the world and no different from a Mi
Greg Liddle Hayden Outdoors
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$1,250,000 215 acres 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 2579 sqft
Dolores, CO 81320 - Dolores County

Mountains and Muleys

Property description If you've been dreaming of a phenomenal recreational property that has it all then your search is finished. Groundhog Ranch sits on 215 acres and is located on the edge of the prestige San Juan National Forest in Dolores county. It overlooks Groundhog Reservoir and has one of the best in your face views of Lone Cone. Groundhog Ranch is a great place to pasture your livestock and it has all the amenities to raise your horses or cattle. The property has an amazing trout pond if you want to row around and soak up the mountain air while you enjoy catching fish off your own property. As you look around the terrain varies throughout the property from flat ground to nice cuts where the mule deer hide out during the day. The wi
St. James Sporting Properties St. James Sporting Properties
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$960,000 640 acres
TBA, Dove Creek, CO 81324 - Dolores County

FURY FARM & RANCH - (640 +/- acres) Dove Creek, Colorado

FURY FARM & RANCH DOLORES COUNTY - (640 +/- ACRES) Most hunters overlook and mistakenly label this area of the state as Too dry to hold any wildlife. Local hunters, veteran hunters, and guide/outfitters know that Dolores County is home to the Pope and Young world record typical mule deer! They also know that the small pockets of Pinyons, Junipers, Oak brush and Sage that divide and segregate farm land hold BIG mule deer year-round and provide shelter for elk in the fall and winter! Providing hunters opportunities to harvest trophy animals. Fury Farm and Ranch historically has provided all the above habitat for the Dolores County Wildlife. Location: 10 minutes East of Dove Creek. Durango, Telluride, and Moab, Utah are within a 2-
St. James Sporting Properties St. James Sporting Properties
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$875,000 160 acres 3 Beds | 1 Bath | 1616 sqft
17061 Road R, Cahone, CO 81320 - Dolores County

Tipi Wind Ranch

This property is an unexpected treasure. The land abuts Bureau of Reclamation land which includes about 1/2 mile on the west rim of the lower Dolores River Canyon. There are several undeveloped sites on the rim which boast breathtaking views of the river and valley which would be ideal for additional home site development. Hunting on the property is exceptional providing ideal habitat for deer and elk. It is located right on a major migratory path. The land is a mix of dry farmland and Pinon/Juniper woods and canyons. It is an excellent equestrian property providing access to trails along the river bottom corridor...not only exceptional for riding, but also tremendous fishing. The property is set up for horses with a 6-in/out stall horse ba
Geof Schlittgen Horizon Properties of Durango
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$90,000 35.32 acres
County Road 31 & Aspen Road, Dolores, CO 81323 - Dolores County

Dolores - Lone Cone Lot 57

Dolores Lone Cone Ranches Lot 57 (Mountain Property) These 35 acres offer lush fields, beautiful mountain views and a very peaceful setting. It is easily accessed just off the main Norwood-Dolores Road, with Disappointment Creek forming the northern boundary. (Includes the water rights to cfs historically irrigated Disappointment Creek.) It can be reached from either Norwood or Dolores in about 40 minutes offering a scenic drive with great wildlife viewing (elk, deer, eagles, hawks). This is a truly an outdoor paradise at your doorstep. Specially priced at $90,000.
Linda Jaekel Avery Avery Land