The ranch includes a mix of deeded irrigated and sub-irrigated pasture as well as tens of thousands of acres of mountainous range for livestock grazing, hunting, and recreation.
Located just outside of Richfield, Utah, Annabella Land & Cattle’s operations are just over 2 hrs. from both downtown Salt Lake City and St George. Richfield is the seat of Sevier County and a popular recreational destination in the heart of Utah’s trail county, easily accessed off highways I-15 and 1-70.
The size of the ranch’s deeded property, strategically interspersed with 80,000 acres of public grazing leases in and around the Fishlake National Forest, makes this one of Utah’s largest hunting and grazing operations.
The ranch contains prime hunting terrain for elk and mule deer. Hunting operations are currently run by a third-party guide and the ranch’s owners are guaranteed 2 bull elk tags as well as +/-12 buck deer tags.
Multiple recreational opportunities are available year-round and include ATV, horseback riding, mountain biking, camping, hiking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ski-touring.
The varied meadow and mountain terrain of Annabella Land & Cattle contains native grasses, numerous plant and tree life and provides habitat for smaller species including coyote, fox, turkey, quail, geese, ducks, pine hens, and a variety of raptors.
The region has become a popular destination for visitors from the Wasatch front as well as other regions of the country. There are opportunities on several sections of the ranch wherein a new owner could develop recreational cabin and/or RV sites.
A 200-acre retreat in Spanish Fork Canyon is accessible year-round and just 20 minutes from “Silicone Slopes”, Utah’s famed technology “corridor”.
1/2 mile of Thistle Creek runs through the ranch and provides opportunities to fish brown & rainbow trout.
The property could operate as a perfect horse ranch and offers plenty of recreational opportunities, including ATV riding, hiking, hunting & sport shooting.
The 9,000 square foot, 8-bedroom/ 5-bathroom home is perched on a hillside and offers dramatic mountain and valley views to the east and south
Additional buildings include a 40’ x 60’ post and beam barn + loft with a solar array in addition to a spacious 6-stall tack room that doubles as a gym.
Complete with a sport shooting range on the upper portions of the ranch.
The home is set up to be entirely self-sufficient based on abundant food storage, existing solar infrastructure, private culinary and irrigation water sources, plus a 2,000-gallon propane storage capacity in addition to wood-burning heat sources.
A 244-acre retreat or working ranch in the spectacular American southwest. Twisted Gulch Ranch is located in scenic Tropic, Utah, and easily accessed from Highway 12.
The ranch is accessible year-round and located just 2 miles from Bryce Canyon National Park, Red Canyon State Park, and adjacent to tens of thousands of acres of adjacent public land (BLM).
A wonderful horse property with access to miles of backcountry riding. Other year-round recreational opportunities include hiking, back county camping, snowshoeing, and cross country skiing.
Potential to run a small, turn-key cattle operation. Ownership of the ranch includes 500 shares in East Fork Irrigation Company with 5 fenced and irrigated pastures (a 35-acre pasture with center pivot plus (4) smaller pastures with wheel line irrigation).
The ranch offers exceptional access to hunt deer, elk, and mountain lion or smaller upland game such as turkey & chukar.
The 1,700 sq ft, 3 bedroom/2.5 bath, home is ideally situated and offers views of the surrounding buttes, mesas, and plateaus in Bryce Canyon including the renowned Shakespear Point. The home is substantiality complete and permitted for occupancy but a new owner has the opportunity to provide finishing touches.
Additional buildings include a utility shed for implements, ATVs, and ranch equipment as well as a hay storage barn. The original homestead, as well as an original cabin from the historic Ruby’s Inn, are also located on the property.
Garfield County RCC Zoning allows for up to 48 dwellings.
A 1,000 + acre ranch with valuable water rights in Morgan County, the Paradise Canyon Ranch provides a wonderful opportunity for a working ranch or family retreat.
Easily accessible from Park City, Utah (60 minutes) and downtown Salt Lake City (70 minutes).
Situated in Croydon, Utah, Paradise Canyon Ranch is located just south of the Lost Creek Park and Reservoir on an “end of the road” setting. Access to the ranch is directly off the newly paved Lost Creek Canyon Road.
Year-round recreational opportunities include camping, hiking, mountain biking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and ski-touring.
The ranch provides incredible fishing on over 1 mile of the trout-rich Lost Creek plus provides habitat for diverse wildlife including coyote, fox, geese, ducks, sandhill cranes, grouse, chukars and cottontail rabbits.
A great hunting ranch for mule deer & elk with opportunities to improve wildlife habitat in conjunction with the haying and grazing operation.
12,740 acres / 20 square miles of pristine alpine terrain within Utah’s famed Wasatch Mountains, featuring elevations ranging from 4,820 to 9,570 feet
Located just 35 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake International Airport, the ranch is also 15 minutes from downtown Ogden and 10 minutes from the world class Snowbasin Resort.
The ranch, combined with the adjacent National Forest, has a continuous ridgeline of 11 miles that includes 24 peaks, 15 bowls and cirques, plus a 4,600 foot vertical rise.
Stunning scenery includes alpine, subalpine, montane forests, gambel oak woodlands, sagebrush, steppe, meadows/pasture and riparian areas.
25 miles of boundary within the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest provides additional recreational opportunities including heli-skiing.
Potential uses include a private year-round club, a destination resort, or alpine retreat.
Eleven creeks weave through the ranch for 35 miles from their alpine origin to the Weber River, 80 miles of hiking, mountain biking, ATV, and equestrian trails.
Average annual snowfall of 400+ inches
Unique geological features include the Deep Creek & Line Creek gorges plus an alpine glacier.
Currently zoned for one residential dwelling per /160 acres, the ranch is also considered a candidate for a master planned development (MPD) under Morgan County’s Forestry and also Multiple Use with options to include within Resort Special District (RSD) ordinance.
A private wildlife preserve provides big game hunting within a Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit (CWMU) with permits for mule deer, elk and moose.