Nestled amidst the scenic splendor of Southwest Colorado, this 200-acre property offers scenic mountain vistas and unrivaled tranquility. Just 7 miles from Dove Creek, it provides the perfect blend of seclusion and convenience. Serving as an idyllic base camp for hunting enthusiasts. The property qualifies for a coveted unit 711 landowner Mule Deer buck tag application. Many other recreational activities are nearby as well. Land Nestled in the picturesque landscapes of Southwest Colorado, this sprawling 200-acre property boasts stunning mountain views, offering a haven of privacy and tranquility. The property qualifies for a unit 711 mule deer landowner tag and has received one each year.  Located just 7 miles from Dove Creek, it serves as an ideal base camp for hunting excursions, while providing easy access to a plethora of recreational activities. From hiking, biking, atv’s, Jeep trails, boating, skiing and fishing, this area caters to outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. Additionally, its proximity to Moab invites exploration of the nearby desert, promising adventures amidst gorgeous, captivating terrain. Whether seeking solitude or adventure, this property offers a rare opportunity to embrace the natural beauty and diverse landscapes of Colorado’s southwestern region. The property is in the CRP program and currently receives $5,075 annually. Recreation Near Dove Creek, Colorado, an abundance of recreational activities awaits. Explore the stunning landscapes through hiking or mountain biking on scenic trails like the San Juan Skyway. Anglers can cast their lines in the pristine waters of the Dolores River for trout fishing. For adventure enthusiasts, nearby areas offer opportunities for rock climbing and off-road adventures. History buffs can delve into the region’s past at the Anasazi Heritage Center. Additionally, the proximity to national parks like Mesa Verde and Canyonlands provides opportunities for exploration and sightseeing, ensuring there’s something for everyone to enjoy near Dove Creek. Region & Climate Dove Creek, nestled in the heart of Southwest Colorado, boasts a semi-arid climate characterized by sunny days and low humidity. Surrounded by majestic mountains, the region experiences mild winters with occasional snowfall, perfect for outdoor activities like skiing and snowshoeing. Summers are warm and dry, ideal for exploring the vast wilderness and enjoying recreational pursuits such as hiking and fishing in nearby streams and lakes. With its diverse landscape ranging from desert terrain to lush valleys, Dove Creek offers a unique blend of natural beauty and outdoor adventure for visitors and residents alike. History Dove Creek, Colorado, steeped in history, was originally inhabited by Native American tribes such as the Ute and Navajo. In the late 19th century, it served as a trading post for settlers moving westward. The area flourished with the discovery of gold and silver, attracting miners and prospectors. Nearby, Mesa Verde National Park preserves the ancient cliff dwellings of the Ancestral Puebloans, offering a glimpse into the area’s rich indigenous heritage. Additionally, the town’s proximity to the Old Spanish Trail, a historic trade route, further enhances its historical significance, making Dove Creek and its surroundings a captivating destination for history enthusiasts.

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Property Status:
Acreage: 200
Price: $250,000  
MLS/Other ID: 1247
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