Hook up and head out to the rolling prairie stretching toward the elevated blue mountains on the horizon! The property is maintained meticulously and ready for building on, parking a camper on, or supporting some livestock. These 80 acres are ideal for bringing your cozy camper and plugging into the 200-amp electrical making your stay comfortable and convenient. Blue skies paint the tranquil atmosphere of your personal getaway or retreat. Bring your horses to explore and let them graze on the luscious grasses that have no record of contaminant or chemical usage. Hunt mule deer, elk, antelope, and game birds while taking in the sights. Chico Creek traverses the property and flows seasonally through the Chico Basin. Sub-irrigation throughout the property provides an excellent bed for a hay crop or grazing. The property is approximately 30 miles from Colorado Springs. Denver's International Airport is approximately 114 miles.
Colorado Springs was established in 1871 by General William Jackson Palmer, a Civil War hero, and railroad magnate. The lush city attracted health seekers hoping that the abundant sunshine and fresh air would cure tuberculosis. The discovery of gold in Cripple Creek in 1891 attracted even more people and wealth to Colorado Springs. Colorado Springs's economy is diverse and wide-ranging in a community that includes art galleries, a college, a military installation, and home to the U.S. Olympic Committee headquarters!
Colorado Springs has several museums to peruse and immerse yourself in the history and information! Visit the Western Museum of Mining and Industry to view over 4,000 artifacts and machines providing insight into Colorado's mining history. The ProRodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy traces the legacy of cowboys and rodeo champions. You'll want to take a day or two and enjoy the fascinating museums in Colorado Springs!
Garden of the Gods
Considered a geological wonder, the Garden of the Gods displays 300 million years of geological history. Here, the grasslands of the Great Plains collide with the woodlands and combine with the forested mountains. Hike, bike, horseback ride, or rock climb for amazing views of the wonders in the Garden of the Gods.
Cheyenne Mountain State Park
Open year-round, visitors can camp and explore the diverse ecosystems with 28 miles of trails. The park also includes an archery range and many educational programs.
Pikes Peak America's Mountain
Enjoy Pikes Peak through the scenic Pikes Peak Highway where you can experience breathtaking scenery on your way to the 14,115-foot summit of Americans most famous mountain! This astonishing peak inspired Katharine Lee Bates to write America the Beautiful.
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