Off-Grid Hunting Lot With National Forest Access

Experience the untamed beauty of this off-grid hunting lot, a sprawling 35-acre vacant parcel located at the base of the Grand Mesa in Game Management Unit (GMU) 411. This pristine piece of Colorado Mountain land offers more than just a property; it’s an invitation to immerse yourself in a landscape teeming with wildlife, where elk, mule deer, black bear, and more roam freely in their natural habitat.

Nestled within the Oak Creek Reserve subdivision, Lot 2 provides a unique opportunity for those seeking a recreational haven with sensible covenants that align with Delta County’s junk ordinances. These covenants preserve the area’s natural beauty, ensuring a pristine environment for current and future generations. Notably, this off-grid hunting lot does not permit single-wide manufactured homes, maintaining the integrity of the surroundings.

Access to big game hunting is a defining feature of this property, given its strategic location at the base of the Grand Mesa. The nearby Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and Grand Mesa National Forest offer an expansive playground for outdoor enthusiasts and hunters alike. Imagine the thrill of exploring these vast lands, where each step brings you closer to the diverse wildlife that populates the region.

Despite being an off-grid hunting lot, Lot 2 is conveniently located just a short drive from Eckert and Delta, Colorado. Embrace the charm of mountain living with views of the surrounding valley and mountain ranges, including the West Elks and the iconic Grand Mesa. With no electricity or phone lines available, this is a canvas for your off-grid dreams – whether you bring your camper for a temporary escape or embark on the journey of building your dream cabin in the heart of Colorado’s wilderness.

Seize the opportunity to make Lot 2 your gateway to wilderness living, where the call of the wild is a daily melody, and the land becomes an integral part of your off-grid lifestyle.

Property Features

  • Off-Grid Capabilities
  • Recreation: BLM Access
  • Recreation: National Forest Access
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