Two Rivers Farm
With attractive revenue potential, plentiful water rights, and adjacent to Delta's Confluence Park
- One mile of Gunnison and Uncompahgre River Frontage
- Adjacent to the City of Delta’s Confluence Park
- Permitted for a future large-scale sand and gravel mining operation, as well as cement and asphalt batch plants
- Plentiful senior water rights irrigate prime high-production farm ground
- Excellent waterfowl, turkey, and mule deer hunting, bird watching, and fishing opportunities
- 3 Mule Deer Buck hunting vouchers received in 2022
- Majestic views of the Grand Mesa and West Elk Mountain Range
- Walking distance from great amenities offered in the quaint town of Delta
- Excellent candidate for a conservation easement
At the confluence of the Gunnison and Uncompahgre Rivers, in the shadow of the Grand Mesa, lies the Two Rivers Farm. As one of the most beautiful and highest-producing farms in the Uncompahgre Valley, the Two Rivers Farm is truly one of the most unique properties in western Colorado. Owned and operated by the same family for generations, this farm possesses many desirable attributes that are rarely all found in one property.
The Two Rivers Farm is virtually surrounded by cottonwood-lined rivers on three sides and is adjacent to the City of Delta’s Confluence Park. Majestic views of the Grand Mesa and the West Elk Mountain Range provide an incredibly scenic backdrop for the farm. 11.45 CFS of historic water rights irrigate approximately 200 acres of some of the highest-producing farmland in the state. Mule deer, waterfowl, turkey, and numerous other bird species frequent the farm. There are also two homes, two large equipment shops, and numerous other outbuildings.
Potential Future Sand and Gravel Mining Operations
The Two Rivers Farm is fully permitted by the state of Colorado for a future large-scale sand and gravel mining operation, as well as cement and asphalt batch plants. The estimated tonnage of available material is somewhere between 8 and 10 million tons. The Union Pacific Railroad runs along the boundary of the farm for 1.1 miles with a commercial rail crossing already in place with the potential for a rail spur for efficient transport of materials. There are also plenty of senior water rights available for augmentation and material processing. Three-phase electrical power, a six-inch natural gas line, and a city sewer line are already in place on the property.