Camp Rock Ranch
Hunting, Fishing & Recreational Ranch with Excellent Improvements and Colorado Wilderness
The 162±-acre Camp Rock Ranch is surprisingly close to Denver in an alpine wilderness with a trout stream running through it. Snowcapped Mount Evans and wildflower meadows are framed by a picture window in the restored and modernized historic log hunting lodge. A massive native stone fireplace dominates the great room. The ranch is completely surrounded by National Forest and a State Wildlife Preserve. Hunting for trophy elk and deer is exceptional and there is excellent fishing in approximately ½ mile of Bear Creek that meanders through the property. Many more miles of stream and lake fishing is easily accessible only from the ranch. The pristine surroundings belie the fact that the ranch is only 20± road miles from Evergreen Colorado, a suburb of Denver. Denver International Airport is about 1.5 hours away and a jet-capable airport is less than an hour away. The property is served by well and septic with power supplied by a new solar array with a backup generator.
LOCATION AND AREA
Camp Rock Ranch is approximately 20 miles west of Evergreen, Colorado via Upper Bear Creek Road and Camp Rock Road. Evergreen is a picturesque foothills community that offers easy access to downtown Denver plus boutique shopping, restaurants and all services. The ranch is approximately an hour drive from both Denver and major ski areas and is its own nature preserve This “end of the road” gated sanctuary is nestled into wilderness on the flanks of the 14,264’ Mount Evans and is surrounded by National Forest and the Mount Evans Wilderness Area. Access is provided by a forest service road. Elevations on the ranch range from 8,800’ along the creek and meadows to 9,200’.
The 162-acre ranch is completely surrounded by the Mount Evans Wildlife Management Area and national forest. The historic four bedroom, two bath log hunting lodge has been completely restored and updated with modern appliances and fittings. The great room features a stone fireplace and picture windows framing dramatic views of snowcapped mountains and wildflower meadows. The property is off the grid and served by a large new solar array and backup generator, new well and septic system.