Looking for land for sale across the country? Land Investor Magazine features educational articles for anyone interested in buying or selling land from coast-to-coast
and also highlights some of the best properties for sale. Browse all the real estate listings below to see if some are of interest to you.
Ranches of this size are very rare in this part of Colorado. With miles of National Forest border, including two inholdings, numerous ponds, a small reservoir, seasonal creeks, irrigated hay fields, dark timber, aspen groves, Stunning views from everywhere on the ranch offer many opportunities for possible future homesites. The elk and mule deer hunting is superb, with large herds of elk and solitary big bulls and bucks cruising the ranch.
Known as the Land of 10,000 Haystacks, the Upper Big Hole Valley is quietly famous for its quality hay, incredible scenery, and small-town charm. The Arrow Ranch is one of the most productive ranches in the Upper Big Hole Valley both recreationally and agriculturally. This is not just hyperbole. The Upper Big Hole and specifically the Arrow Ranch is where everything is measured in the thousands, as in tons of hay, trout, and elk.
Large acreage ranches near resort communities are rare in Colorado. The ranch has miles of National Forest border, water rights, seasonal creeks, irrigated hay fields, dark timber, aspen groves, and several elegantly restored ranch cabins; there is nothing like this ranch, with this proximity to world-class resort towns. Stunning views of Ragged Mountain and Chair Mountain from everywhere on the ranch offer the opportunity for many possible trophy homesites with existing underground electricity.
This fully functioning Nevada ranch boasts all the efficiencies expected of a high desert outfit with the capacity to run 3,360 AUs± efficiently. Lucky 7 transforms its native grass into a high-quality protein through its reputation calf crop year after year. With decades of careful management, it has been an industry leader and will continue that trend by economically running cows and calves and by capitalizing on the economies of scale offered by its geographical location and size.
LAS NUTRIAS, NEW MEXICO
Nowhere in the Southwestern US will one find a more productive combination of farm & ranch at this kind of price, and with New Mexico’s low property taxes! An incredible amount of water is attached to this farm. An abundance of grazing with large-herd-carrying capacity makes up the range lands, with the price-per-animal-unit being lower thanks to State and BLM leased lands. Both properties are wildlife strongholds with biodiversity that lends itself to activities ranging from trophy big game hunting to some of the finest birdwatching in NM.
This western Montana ranch in the Avon Valley is about 50± miles from Helena. The core of the deeded acres and leased acres are comprised of mountain meadows and timbered hills. The majority of the ranch’s leased acres reach higher elevations in the Garnet Range. Strickland Creek and Davis Creek emerge in the Garnets, watering the ranch’s wildlife and livestock. With a resident elk herd that numbers several hundred during the fall season, Little Valley is a dream ranch for the sportsman.
Fay Ranches is honored to bring this property to market. Nestled at the base of the continental divide in north-central Idaho, this ranch is one of the most scenic and prolific sporting ranches in the Rocky Mountain West. Comprised of 8,163± deeded acres and 65,486± leased acres, totaling 73,649± acres, the ranch is expansive, featuring 9.25± miles of the Lemhi River, a private, wild trout fishery, plus countless miles of spring creeks and mountain streams. This is a true river-to-mountain offering that has more miles of fishable trout water than any ranch we know of on the market today.
This is a complete sportsman’s package with incredible hunting and fishing! Boasting 1.6± miles of Jefferson River frontage to the east, the Tobacco Root Mountains and thousands of acres of contiguous public land make up the western boundary. Forested canyons, rolling hills, and river bottom provide habitat suitable for a variety of wildlife, including moose, elk, mule and white-tailed deer, antelope, upland game birds, and waterfowl. About 400± acres are under center pivot irrigation. Located an hour from Bozeman, Montana, land this size in the Jefferson River valley rarely comes to market.
CHAPPELL HILL, TEXAS
In Chappell Hill, Texas, sits this beautiful equestrian property. The ranch includes a world-class equestrian 60.000 sq. ft. covered riding facility, 24 indoor horse stalls, and some of the finest Haciendas, Casitas, and amenities. A high hilltop overlooks the creek bottom with most of the property’s rolling topography. Headquarters offers Spanish-style architecture, a lodge with a pool, full bar, commercial kitchen, dining room, and wine room. Peach Creek, ponds, and pecan trees are throughout.
Huge development potential combined with exceptional duck hunting and saltwater fishing situated less than 90 miles from Houston’s Galleria is the key component of this extraordinary property. A ranch with a diverse waterfowl habitat and proximity to the big waters of the bay produces excellent duck hunting. This is a working cattle ranch with everything it takes to raise beef: fencing, water wells and troughs, loafing sheds, and a top-notch set of pens. 6 water wells/troughs are spread across the ranch.
The 4LJ3 Ranch is a beautiful ranch with a bit of everything one could ask for on a ranch for entertaining family and friends. This unique property is less than an hour and a half from Houston and an hour and a half from Austin, just south of Columbus, Texas. The ranch includes ¾ mile of frontage on the Colorado River, 3 fabulous homes in a compound area dominated by huge live oaks, a 213 acre lake for skiing and fishing, and great duck and deer hunting.
Located in the protected inlet of Port Graham, Kachemak Bay, 22 nautical miles southwest of the Homer Spit, with scenic views of Cook Inlet, the Aleutian Mountain Range, and Mount Saint Augustine and is just over 44 acres. Accessible by float plane, boat, or helicopter (at low tide), this private island offers a one-of-a-kind Alaska landowner experience. It is suitable for a deep-water dock or moorage.
The Corbly Mountain Ranch offers a wide variety of recreational pursuits from hunting, hiking, biking, horseback riding, and whatever your heart desires. With private and direct access to the forest service, the possibilities are endless. Only 25 minutes from downtown Bozeman and 15 minutes from the airport the location is convenient while being at the end of the road and very private. Along with great views and many building sites, the Ranch is a must-see.
GOLD CREEK, MONTANA
Montana’s beautiful Clark Fork River Valley is now a quiet ranching community and home to a unique Montana ranch. With its diverse and abundant wildlife population and rolling landscape, the property is a rare Montana property in a desirable location. A beautiful 3,000± square-foot off-grid log home rests on an open ridge, maximizing views of the valley below. From well-constructed mountain roads and trails and improvements, the ranch is the ultimate turn-key opportunity.
BELLE FOURCHE, SOUTH DAKOTA
This is an opportunity to invest in a very large production ranch in the heart of cattle country in South Dakota. Offering an exceptional feed base with an above-average water supply, quality fences, and excellent access. The livestock working facilities are strategically positioned for efficiency and the main headquarters and outbuildings are in excellent working condition.
This Colorado mountain ranch for sale offers aspen groves, spruce, fir, and meadows with live water creeks up from Groundhog Reservoir, offering lush grass for grazing cattle. A thoughtful conservation easement protects the property and provides flexibility, allowing commercial hunting, grazing, timbering, and future homesites. The fishery on the ranch is waiting to be developed further. Elk hunting is stupendous, and world record line class rainbow trout have been caught in Groundhog Reservoir.
This legacy property, checks all the boxes on your agricultural, conservation, recreational, and investment property list with a set of working improvements – all within a serene setting rarely available in Montana. The expansive landscape makes it an ideal option for multi-generational families. Its easily-accessible location allows for an authentic Western experience. Grasslands, sub-irrigated meadows, and water rights, make it a highly productive ranch with potential for a conservation easement.
CLYDE PARK, MONTANA
This property is nestled between the Bridger, Absaroka, and Crazy Mountains in the heart of the Shields River Valley. One mile of the Shields River, a guide favorite for fishable trout water, makes up the eastern boundary. Run as a fly fishing lodge for the past 2 years, the 14,000± SF, 9 bed, 11 bath compound looks out on incredible views. Enjoy a cup of coffee on the deck while the wildlife comes alive or a glass of wine as the sun slips below the mountains. Just outside Clyde Park, close to Livingston, and not far from Bozeman’s airport, Shields River Lodge is offered turnkey and is move-in ready for the next owner to begin their Montana adventure.
BIG TIMBER, MONTANA
With over 10 miles of live water and wildlife-rich terrain, the Four Creeks Sporting Ranch creates a private outdoor sanctuary that one can enjoy year-round. Located south of Big Timber, Montana, and adjoining millions of acres of beautiful public land the private ranch offers its new owner wide open spaces on a blank canvas. The property has limited improvements and is not protected by a conservation easement.
This property lies along Montana’s coveted “Beartooth Front” and is contiguous to thousands of acres of National Forest. The property consists of lush meadows, aspens, conifers, and almost 3 miles of streams and springs, along with a 3,392± SF, 3 bed, 3.5 bath main home, 2,970± SF, 4 bed, 3.5 bath guest home, historic cabin, screened-in kitchen/dining building, and outdoor sauna. Enjoy world-class elk hunting on the ranch and contiguous public land. This property feels private yet is only 1.5± hours to Billings-Logan International Airport, 15± minutes to Fishtail, and 45± minutes to Red Lodge.
ROWE, NEW MEXICO
This iconic Pecos River property has almost two miles of the trout-filled Pecos River meanders through the middle of the ranch, dotted by majestic cottonwoods and native willows. Deep river pools flow against stunning canyon wall backdrops, providing habitat for 20-inch rainbows, cutbows, and browns. Wildlife including trophy elk, mule deer, black bear, and mountain lion, roam this property. It adjoins the 224,000± acre Pecos Wilderness on the north, offering endless recreational possibilities.
This 195,000+ acre (deeded and leased) Nevada cattle ranch has grazing for all 12 months; hay is rarely needed, and the summers are spent in the canyons and valleys, providing green feed for the cattle until late summer. As the cattle are moved to the winter range, the calves are weaned using the pen systems set up in 7 locations. The cattle are on the wide-open winter range with 1000s of acres of sage, shad scale, and grass. The cattle can come out of winter gaining condition as they begin to calve.
Located less than 20 miles south of Falfurrias off of Hwy 281 lies the Glick Ranch, a terrific “sand sheet” ranch that has great quail and deer hunting, fantastic groundwater, infrastructure for cattle operations and fine accommodations. This high fenced property also comes with an exotics pasture, two pivot locations (one pivot) and water distribution system all over the property.
This beautiful Montana property consists of five parcels totaling 934± acres and is located in the Trail Creek area, placing it between Bozeman and the Paradise Valley. Amazing views of the Absarokee/Beartooth Mountains to the east and Chimney Rock and the Gallatin Mountains to the south, serenity and privacy radiate throughout the property. Rolling grass hills and pastures give way to aspen and willow-lined draws which lead up to timber-covered mountains. Plentiful wildlife: elk, moose, whitetail and mule deer, turkey, bear, and more!
Ideally situated high in the Black Hills of Wyoming, this ranch offers breathtaking views of Inyan Kara and the Bear Lodge Mountains; on clear days, you can see the Big Horn Mountains! This recreational paradise offers an abundance of opportunities for the great outdoors or to run a smaller agricultural or equestrian operation. A newly constructed timber frame home features Amish precision craftsmanship encompassing over 8,200+ square feet of living space, including an attached heated garage.