The 843-acre Carter Creek Ranch is an exceptional all-around high country ranch 12 miles north of Kremmling, Colorado. The ranch is adjacent to Bureau of Land Management Lands and Colorado State Lands and currently has agricultural leases on both. The ranch produces 200-250 tons of beautiful high-country grass hay without fertilizer on over 120 acres of irrigated meadow. The ranch has a spectacular 2-acre pond that sits below the 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath owner’s home. There is an additional 3-bedroom, 2-bath caretaker home on the ranch as well. Hunting is good on the ranch and adjacent public lands for Elk, Mule Deer and Antelope and there is fishing available in the pond or either of the ranch’s high-country reservoirs.
The ranch currently does not have any conservation easements on it, and has excellent conservation and development potential.
This ranch is a good example of the quintessential Colorado high country ranch with hay production, cattle carrying capacity, hunting, fishing, atving, access to public lands, historic water rights and a beautiful owners home and a caretakers home.
Known as the "Sportsman's Paradise" of Colorado, the town of Kremmling lies at the confluence of Muddy Creek, Blue and Colorado Rivers in Grand County, about 100 miles west of Denver. At an elevation of 7,364 feet, Kremmling is located at the junction of Colorado Highway 9 and US Highway 40 and home to a private airport, hospital and numerous shops and restaurants. Kremmling is about 45 minutes from Silverthorne, Grand Lake & Winter Park, Colorado and is also only about 1 hour from Vail and Steamboat Springs, Colorado.