Lying 1 hour west of Colorado Springs, The Bohannon Ranch is a secluded sporting ranch wrapped in pristine wilderness.
Park County, Colorado
658 +/- Deeded Acres
Bohannon Ranch Summary
The Bohannon Ranch is an incredibly secluded 658+/- sporting ranch lying just north and west of the unincorporated town of Lake George in Park County, Colorado. The land unfolds over valleys, granite outcroppings and rollings hills with varying timber density. Unlike other properties this size, the ranch features significant elevation changes within its boundaries which offer bountiful view sheds of the interior of the ranch and the land beyond. It's multiple gentle valleys once funneled water from east to west for irrigation purposes. It's timbered hills and surrounding rock cliffs provide shelter and protection for big game including elk, mule deer and bear.
Bordered by Pike National Forrest and the Badger Flats State Land Trust area, the ranch is incredibly secluded. Badger Flats is only open to the public six months per year. Within close proximity to the ranch are many world class trout fishing opportunities including the South Platte River through Eleven Mile Canyon and the South Platte River between Spinney and Eleven Mile reservoirs commonly known as "The Dream Stream". Many world class still water fisheries also exist nearby including those mentioned above.
The ranch features opportunities to add value including the vertical development of a ranch home and horizontal land development opportunities. Because the ranch is unencumbered with any conservation easements and is bordered on three sides by federal and state lands, potential conservation value also exists. The Bohannon Ranch features a 3 CFS senior water right. Big game development, agricultural development and potential live water development are all possible. Please download the brochure for complete details about The Bohannon Ranch.