Pagosa Springs $-$$$$|
John Henline -
Pagosa Springs is a huge development in Southern Colorado at the intersection of Highways 160 & 84.
Pagosa Springs is surrounded by the San Juan National forest and has numerous unique
developments within it. This is predominately a planned development with deed restrictions on most of the
The Horse Communities in Pagosa Springs are varied and uniquelly different. Their are at least 10 different Horse
Communities surrounding the central town. Below are brief discriptions of some of these varied developments.
Colorado's Timber Ridge:
An upscale newer development located north of town with mostly 3-acre parcels. This was an 1100-acre ranch with a
variety of terrain, from open meadows to heavily forested ridges.
Eagle Peak Ranch:
Located north of town these are excellent horse properties with expansive meadows and easy access to superb riding
in the San Juan National Forest.
Echo Canyon Ranch:
East of town a premier 1,378 acre gated community of 23 parcels, ranging from 38 to 70 acres with over 200 acres of
This large development about 6 miles south of town, down Hwy 84, and terrain ranges from flat to rolling to steep,
with and without trees. Three to five acre parcels predominate, with some larger.
Martinez Mountain Estates 1 & 2:
Located close to town most lots are 3-acre parcels Horses are allowed and some of these parcels border national
forest for great riding opportunities.
Mill Creek Meadows Ranch:
Just nine 35 to 75 acre parcels situated in a 480 acre valley close to town. Irrigated meadows and big mountain
views. Central water and underground utitlities. Popular horse properties.
Alpha is an area of mostly 5-10 acre parcels located south of Hwy 160. The main entrance to the area is 4 miles
west of downtown Pagosa Springs, across from Pinon Lake. Secluded, country feel with a lot of trees.
Four units of the Meadows sprawl over many acres south of Hwy 160. Three and five-acre parcels predominate.
San Juan River Ranch:
An upscale gated ranch of 35+ acre parcels about 8 miles northeast of Pagosa. The San Juan River flows through it
for over a mile. Each parcel borders or has private access to the National Forest.
Tierra del Oro:
A small development of 35-acre parcles very close to town. Covenants, central water, underground utilities and
irrigation available to each parcel. Popular horse properties.
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