The last physical address on CR 2, Coal Mountain Ranch is an easily accessible, yet secluded sporting paradise! 1673 deeded acres are surrounded by thousands of acres of BLM and State Land Board acreage, that is not easily accessible to the public, the ranch is a haven for wildlife. Elk, moose, antelope and phenomenal trophy mule deer take advantage of the abundant water sources the ranch boasts. Antelope Creek majestically meanders for two miles through the property providing a year round water source and Black Creek seasonally flows. A scenic drive along the length of Antelope Creek leads to an extremely functional and comfortable, fully furnished, 1600 square foot cabin. Solar equipped with a 12,000 watt backup generator, water well, septic, wood burning stove and buried 1500 gallon propane tank the cabin sleeps 10 and has all the comforts of home while resting in a picturesque setting. A small lake fed by Antelope Creek provides fishing just below the cabin. A second, more primitive cabin, which was built in the 1800s, rests above a five acre mountain lake on the other side of the ranch. At this site there are unbelievable views of Wolford Mountain Reservoir and the surrounding peaks. Water and septic have been brought to this location and a prime building site has been prepared.
A natural funnel for wildlife moving seasonally between elevations, and prime habitat for resident wildlife populations the ranch offers all a western hunter could ask for! Varied terrain and tremendous topography create a hunting experience that is much larger than most properties this size. Trophy Mule deer in excess of 200 inches have been managed for and harvested by the current ownership. Elk, moose, antelope, bear, mountain lion and various fowl are seen daily from the cabin and around the ranch. In addition, the well maintained rangeland and water sources will support 300 AU of cattle during the grazing season. An additional BLM grazing lease will be transferred with the sale of the property.
**Contrary to the map view CR26 does not cross Coal Mountain Ranch. This is an error on the part of the mapping databases.