Colorado - Sedgwick County - Ovid
South Platte River Ranch is located near the small town of Ovid near historic Fort Sedgwick, made famous by the film Dances With Wolves. Situated in northeastern Colorado, the ranch is divided by the nineteen mile Pony Express Trail and the Overland/California Trail. In the nineteenth century, the Overland Trail was used by tens of thousands of pioneers heading west lured by the promise of land and freedom. A total of 1,131 acres with approximately one mile of frontage on the South Platte River provides ideal game habitat for ducks, geese, wild turkey, pheasant and trophy whitetail deer along with fishing opportunities on the river. Along the entire stretch of river is heavy cottonwood tree cover, dense under brush, excellent grass and adjoining pasture with over 80 acres of dry land wheat. Some of the best river frontage, year around paved road access makes the South Platte River Ranch a must see for any sportsman.
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South Platte River Ranch – Ovid, CO