(762 +/- acres) of seclusion yet offering year-round access directly off Highway 13. This
gorgeous ranch has a variety of diverse vegetation including massive cottonwoods, pinyons,
junipers, oak brush, sage brush, bunch grass, salt brush, as well as beautiful, irrigated fields.
The topography flows from open fields to rolling terrains and beautiful vistas. Morapos Creek
runs north and south through the heart of the property. Directly behind the original homestead
cabin is a beautiful natural fall and located down from the fall is a deep hole known as the
“swimming hole”. When you have water… you have game and lots of it. Morapos Creek is the
center of year-round activity for wildlife of elk, mule deer, bears, mountain lion, bobcat, coyotes,
badgers, and small game. You will find that the game density increases after each hunting
season and escalates when it snows in the high country. Perfect property to establish your own
gentleman’s ranch get away!