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Ocate Trail Ranch

County
Ocate
225.17± Acres
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Phone

(719) 659-7598

Presented By

Brent Hedrick

ZIP Code

87734

County

Ocate

City, State

Ocate, New Mexico

Address

TBD Old Los Hueros Road

Type

Hunting Land, Ranches, Recreational Land, Undeveloped Land

$744

Taxes
Price Per Acre

Acres

225.17± Acres

Price

Status

Sold

ID

43273

Lat/Long

36.18, -105.0838

About This Property

The 225.17-acre Ocate Trail Ranch is positioned in one of the most scenic areas of northern New Mexico, just outside of the town of Ocate in Mora County. It provides a combination of pine and oak brush cover, open meadows, Rockline ridges, internal roads, and is perimeter fenced. Ample forage, a year-round spring, and the presence of Lefebres Creek flowing along the eastern boundary serve to attract area big game and numerous other wildlife species. Two wells were recently drilled on an adjacent ranch to the north that produces 100 to 150-gallon-per-minute flows. Area recreational activities abound. From the ranch, the Angel Fire resort and Enchanted Circle are a short 45-minute drive. There are five ski areas also located within driving distance (Taos, Angel Fire, Sipapu, Red River, and Parajito). Nearby access to the 1.5 million-acre Carson National Forest provides additional camping, hiking, hunting, and ATV opportunities. For the angler, fishing is available via numerous creeks, the Rio Grande and the Cimarron rivers, and Eagle Nest Lake. The ranch is in New Mexico game management unit (GMU 46), which offers over-the-counter landowner tags for mule deer and pronghorn GMU 46 is classified as containing quality elk habitat by the state of New Mexico, and thereby, a special management zone. Owners are issued private land elk authorization permits on an annual basis through New Mexico Game and Fish. Drive times from the ranch: Interstate 25 at wagon mound 30 minutes. Angel Fire 45 minutes. Taos one hour and 20 minutes. Santa Fe one hour and 45 minutes. Albuquerque is two hours and 30 minutes. Amarillo is three hours and 30 minutes.

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IMPROVEMENTS

ATV Trails, Bird Watching, Equestrian Trails, Fishing, Hiking Trails, Hunting

RECREATION

Elk, Mule Deer, Whitetail Deer

WILDLIFE

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION