Shared Amenity Ranch Community in Kremmling, Colorado
Mesa Meadow Ranch is situated in northwest Colorado’s high country wonderland between the world-renowned resorts of Vail, Winter Park and Steamboat Springs. Near the rural sportsman’s town of Kremmling, the 835-acre private, shared amenity ranch is located just off US Highway 40 up against the Gore Range. Sheep Creek flows through the property along with water from two ditches and the Jones Reservoir providing plenty of water to irrigate the ranch’s expansive meadows.
Location: Mesa Meadow Ranch is located two miles west of Kremmling off County Road 14, less than a two-hour drive west of Denver. The historic ranching community of Kremmling has a population of 2,000 residents and offers most services including a private jet-accessible airport just minutes from the ranch. Conveniently located, Steamboat Springs is 52 miles northwest of the ranch, Vail is 67 miles south and Winter Park is 46 miles east. The ranch is surrounded by other Grand River Ranches of similar size and borders the shared Equestrian Center, is near the Sporting Clays Shooting Range and is situated north of the Grand River Ranch Lake Fishing Camp.
Surrounding Area: The area around Grand River Ranch has traditionally been a rural ranching community – rich with an authentic western ranch culture and not affected by the ski resort influence. Of equal stature, the area is well known for its gold-medal fishing waters, rafting and water sports along with trophy big game herds. All of the ranches around Mesa Meadow Ranch are controlled and in strong hands providing a vast permanent open landscape that is rare in mountain areas with high scenic and recreational values. Several of the larger ranches in the area are already protected from development by conservation easements and are under stable long-term ownership.
Acreage: Mesa Meadow Ranch is three and one-half miles east to west and approximately one mile wide. Located just west of US Highway 40, the 835-acre ranch is comprised of irrigated hay meadow that graduates from several hundred feet of elevation change to grass and sage covered hillsides that lead to the Grand River Ranch Lake. Sheep Creek flows through the ranch for three miles winding its way to the Colorado River. Spectacular 360-degree views unfold in every direction; north to the Park Range, east to Wolford Mountain, south to the Gore Range and the 133,000-acre Eagles Nest Wilderness and is surrounded by the 19,000 acres that comprise the Grand River Ranches.