Description: This ranch is 3 miles east of Elko, Nevada on U.S. Highway 40 (East Idaho Street). Part of the ranch is within the Elko City Limits.
Ranch was homesteaded about 1880. The current owner has lived here since 1963, over 40 years. The property consists of over 2,800 deeded acres.
Capacity: 300 Cattle
Wild hay is grown on the native meadows. Harvest averages 300-400 tons each season.
Hunting: Ranch is located in Northeastern Nevada in the center of trophy Mule Deer, Elk and Antelope country. Sage grouse and ducks are plentiful in the fall.
Fishing: South Fork State Recreation Area is 16 miles southwest of Elko, offering boating, fishing, water skiing, swimming & camping in developed sites. Also offering these activities is Wildhorse State Recreation Area, located 47 miles north of Elko.
Sports: Winter snows afford excellent snowmobiling and skiing. Summer offers swimming, boating and waterskiing. Backpacking and horseback riding are available in some of the prettiest country in Nevada.
Potential: The future potential for this property would make a working cattle operation with a dude ranch. There is great subdivision potential. Part of the ranch is within the Elko City Limits. There is a proposed off-ramp from I- 80 at the ranch.
School: Elko has 4 Elementary Schools, a Junior High School and a High School. Great Basin College is a growing 4 year college. School bus pick-up is at the ranch entrance.
Churches: Over 30 Churches in both Elko and Spring Creek.
Contact Name: Allie Bear
Phone Number: 775-738-8534
Address1: P.O. Box 1856
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