An excellent opportunity to own your very own hunting haven at Pion Pine Ranch! This ranch can be whatever you want, from the perfect weekend getaway, secluded enough for ultimate privacy, yet close enough to Fort Garland. This ranch is dense with cover and is home to an immense amount of game: elk, mule deer, black bear, bobcat, mountain lion, coyotes and other small game. This 319-acre (+/-) Costilla County lot is full of trees, sagebrush, rolling hills and more. The ranch is located in GMU 83 and is about 20 minutes east of BLM public land. Stay remote yet have quick and easy access right off Highway 159 and follow Two Tracks up and around your property! Catch a fish or two at Sanchez Reservoir which is nearby.
Location: Located in South-central Colorado, 20 miles from Fort Garland.
Topography: Estimated elevations range from 7,900-8,000 ft. This diverse country includes rolling hills, small valleys and beautiful views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range!
Vegetation: Pion pine, juniper, oak brush, and sage.
Wildlife: Mule deer, elk, black bear, mountain lion, bobcat, coyote, and small game.
Hunting: Pion Pine Ranch is located in GMU 83. Over-the-counter tags are available for antlerless elk archery, either sex archery, and the second and third season rifle. This ranch is extremely close to unit 851which offers a draw only whitetail tag in unit 851 and 857. Mule deer hunting is draw only, there are private land tags for second and third season, typically taking 4-5 preference points. Private land only over-the-counter archery tags are offered in Unit 83, (except for the state wildlife area).
Recreation: Anglers will find a variety of fish, including northern pike, carp, catfish, walleye, and perch at the Sanchez Stabilizing Reservoir! Sanchez caters to almost every kind of fishing, whether youre baitcasting, fly fishing or spinning, your chances of getting a good afternoon arm workout are high! The closest airport is San Luis Valley Regional Airport. Pion Pine Ranch is located due south of the Great Sand Dunes National Park along with a few national wildlife refuges!
Water: Sellers own all water rights. If seller(s) own any water rights, all of sellers water rights appurtenant to or be used in connection with the land shall pass to buyer with closing. (Ask Mike about this in listing agreement that they signed. Asked Peggy about water rights and she said she thinks she owns all rights?)
Mineral Rights: If seller(s) owns any mineral rights, all of sellers mineral rights shall pass with the land at closing.