Nestled just 15 minutes south of the charming town of Mancos, Weber Creek Ranch spans approximately 1,057 acres of diverse terrain and beautiful landscapes. The property has substantial senior water rights allowing for irrigation of up to 180 acres of lush meadows that not only create a picturesque landscape, but also provide habitat for a variety of wildlife species, including elk, mule deer, and turkeys. Adjacent on the west side is thousands of acres of BLM land that is difficult to access other than through the ranch, providing a vast playground for outdoor adventures right out your doorstep. Additionally, the ranch features several ponds which have been traditionally stocked with multiple species of trout and have strong inflows and outflows, allowing for healthy fish populations throughout the year. Weber Creek runs year-round through the length of the property, almost two miles, and has also successfully held stocked trout. There are two barns/storage buildings on the property and there is significant irrigation infrastructure, including wheel lines, gated pipe, ditches and a modern drip irrigation system with ultrasonic flow meter and purification filters. The surrounding area has a rich history of once being the ancestral homeland of various Native American tribes and the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Mesa Verde National Park, is only a short drive from the ranch. Whether you dream of creating a private oasis, embarking on unforgettable recreational pursuits, or embracing the tranquility of southwestern Colorado, this property promises an unforgettable experience deeply rooted in the legacy of the land's original stewards. The majority of the ranch has been placed under a conservation easement with the Montezuma Land Conservancy ensuring the land is protected for future generations. The easement does provide for building envelopes where a future owner would be able to construct a new residence for their enjoyment.