179.6 deeded acres in GMU 2 – this property borders several thousand acres of BLM public land and is adjacent to three additional parcels of deeded land that are also for sale. Parcel I (160 acres) and Parcel F (174.8 acres) and Parcel H (160 acres) which would equal approximately 674 contiguous acres.
Maybell Colorado is approximately 30 minutes east of the property. Maybell is an unincorporated rural village in Moffat County. The village, founded in the 1880S, was named after May Bell, the wife of a local cattleman. It is located in the valley of the Yampa River along U.S. Highway 40. Craig is 30 miles east along US 40, and Dinosaur is 57 miles to the west. State Highway 318 leads northwest from Maybell 61 miles to the Utah border, passing Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge.