Shore Place Ranch is situated at the base of the Williams Fork Mountains in north central Colorado. Comprised of 1,200 deeded acres and a 640 state leased acres, this recreational and working ranch is only three miles south of the Williams Fork Reservoir and famed Colorado River.
Offering expansive views of aspen woodlands, dense forest, grasslands and meadows rich with native grasses and wildflowers, the ranch is home to incredible water resources including two miles of Bull Run Creek, the 10-acre Bull Run Creek Reservoir, numerous stock ponds and springs, as well as senior water rights enabling 300 irrigated acres with additional sub-irrigated acreage.
The ranch provides grazing land, infinite recreation, as well as pristine habitat for big game and other wildlife. Capable of running yearlings or pairs on a year-round basis, Shore Place Ranch has carried 200-250 cows on the deeded and leased lands, and has produced 200 plus tons of high quality hay annually. Big game species seen on the ranch include elk, mule deer, black bear and mountain lion.
The ranch is complemented by a substantial list of improvements including a 3,460 sq. ft. home remodeled and expanded from the original early 1900s homestead, a 2,500 sq. ft. log barn, two outdoor riding arenas, and a restored historic barn and workshop.