Mountains of wild. Muddy Cougar Ranch is 200 acres of mountain ridges, canyon floors, and everything in between. From Muddy Creek, & Muddy Creek Road, running just of the Western Border, to Cougar Bench sitting near the Southeastern Corner. Deer, Elk, Cougar, Bear, and other wild game are running wild. Whether driving along & dropping off Swains Creek Rd, or coming up Muddy Creek Rd from Mount Carmel Junction, views are breathtaking.
Land: Cedars, Pinions, patches of Quaking Aspens, and tall Conifers cover these 200 mountainous acres. From 8000 ridgelines to 5000 Valley floors, the views are fantastic. Open grass meadows seem strategically placed throughout the forested canyons, draws, and swells. Adjacent BLM land is on the northwest corner, with State Trust Land on the southeast corner. Dixie National Forest, Utah State Trust Land, BLM holdings are abundant in the area, with nearby access. Water: Seasonal runoff is the only water that is on the property at this time. A well can be applied for and drilled. (Utah Division of Water Rights) [link removed] Boundary: BLM property is on the Northwest Corner. State Trust Land is on the Southeast Corner. Private landowners adjoin at remaining perimeter points. Dixie National Forest access is close by, along with acres & acres of State & BLM ground.
Access: Kane County dirt road (Muddy Creek Rd.), leads to property area on the west side. Starting either from Mount Carmel, Utah area, or at the transition junction point of Swains Creek Road. Access is mostly year-round. The unlocked gate is at the junction. Income: Property Hunting-rights can be leased out. Conservation Easements: No easements are in place. HOA: No HOA association Improvements: No improvements to the property. Recreational Opportunities: Property is in an area known for excellent hunting. With dead-end roads on the east side of the property leading to Cougar Bench. The name speaks for itself. Currently, any size Bull Elk Tags are available over the counter. Deer tags are available through the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Draw, with low points having great success. Game Management Hunt Unit is #29, Zion. Fishing & boating are readily available at the stunning Navajo Lake on Hwy #14. Picturesque Panguitch-Lake at an elevation of 8,200 offers boating & fishing for Cutthroat, Brown, Brook, and Rainbow Trout. Campgrounds and fish cleaning stations are available. Nearby, Bryce Canyon & Zion National Parks provide many other opportunities for hiking, site seeing, mountain biking, ATV & UTV riding, horseback riding, and photographing. Brian Head Ski Resort is nearby. Lake Powell is approximately 2 hours away. Cedar City (CDC) & St. George (SGU) Regional Airports are a short distance away. Salt Lake (SLC) & Las Vegas McCarran (LAS) airports are the closest International Airports. History in the area is unique and abundant, from Pioneer & Native American to Kanabs Movie History. Museums are scattered throughout the region, to represent each one of the different times, and types. Summary: This secluded yet accessible property is here for the off-grid or hunting enthusiast. Let these 200 acres prepare you for whichever one matters most. Contact: Kent DUKE Boyington801-710-0623 Mobile / 801-745-0237 Home/Office Duke@[link removed] [link removed]