The 560-acre Copper Spur Ranch is an exceptional ranch setting only 45 minutes from Vail and one hour from Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The ranch has year round water in Yarmony Creek, two fishing ponds, water rights, 150+/- acres of irrigated hay meadow and is adjacent to BLM land. The ranch includes several outbuildings such as a small modest home, barns, shop, green house, chicken coop, and a bunkhouse. The Copper Spur Ranch setting is truly a quintessential Colorado ranch setting. There are several buildings on the ranch’s headquarters originating back to the 1930’s and a bunkhouse that was remodeled in 2013 that could be used for overflow during the busy days or a place for the kids.
Authentic Ranch Experience
Operations & Recreation
The setting of the ranch and it's proximity to public lands both on BLM lands and Routt National Forest provide excellent habitat and recreational activities from hunting and fishing to horseback riding and ATVing. There's plenty of hunting opportunities for many of Colorado's big game animals such as elk, mule deer, bear, mountain lions, and even moose. Fishing is also in abundance with 2 ponds on the ranch containing brook and rainbow trout, while the Colorado River is just a short 10 minute ATV drive away.
Depending on the new owner’s interest, the ranch could support its own small herd of cattle and horses or you could continue with the current lease program already in place. There is also a ranch caretaker living on site that would be available for future owners.
Within 50 Miles of 2 Resort Towns
Big Game Hunting
Copper Spur Ranch is located outside the small mountain town of McCoy, Colorado and just is a short 20-mile drive from the I-70 corridor and only 41 miles from Vail, Colorado and the world class Vail Resorts. The internationally known ski resort destination of Steamboat Springs is also just 52 miles away. Both Vail and Steamboat Springs are also well known for their plethora of summertime activities and exceptional weather during the summer months.
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