Ward State Trust Land
Ward State Trust Land
Ward State Trust Land
Ward State Trust Land

Ward State Trust Land

Hunting
Fishing
320 acres

Ward State Trust Land

This property is located ~1mi north of Ward​,​ CO with access from CO HW 7 & adjacent USFS roads & trails. James Basin Road is a private road and should not be used as a hunting access point to the property. The terrain is primarily rolling hills with a riparian corridor along the South Saint Vrain River. There are multiple seasonal ponds (kettle ponds) on the property that hold water late into the season. US Forest Service land borders the northern and eastern boundaries; Boulder County Open Space (not open to public access) borders the southern & western boundaries. Thick stands of lodgepole pine​,​ alpine and Engelmann spruce are the dominant vegetation type​,​ with pockets of aspen stands. Understory includes shrub juniper​,​ Oregon grape​,​ and a variety of grasses. Riparian areas contain willows​,​ serviceberry​,​ chokecherry​,​ sedges & rushes. The property is located within Colorado Parks & Wildlife GMU 20. Species that can be found using this land at any given time are: elk​,​ mule deer​,​ moose​,​ & black bear. There is also trout fishing in the South Saint Vrain river that runs through the property. If you book the property for hunting​,​ you can fish as well for no extra fee. General elk and private land only tags are valid on this property. ____________________ A note on Colorado State Trust Lands: State Trust Lands are not now​,​ nor have they ever been public lands available for public access. The State Trust Lands program was initiated by the federal government which granted these lands to states at statehood for the purpose of monetizing in order to fund public schools. Grazing leases​,​ oil & gas leases​,​ hunting & recreation leases are just a few of the ways these lands are monetized to raise money to fund public schools and in 2018 alone​,​ Colorado State Trust Lands distributed over $122.3M to Colorado public schools. By booking this property and other State Trust Land properties on LandTrust​,​ you can be happy to know you're directly funding public schools through your outdoor adventures.

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Nearest Town:
Ward
Game Management Unit:
20

Land Details

Water
Shelter
Mountains • Woods

Hunting & Fishing Details

Hunting Methods
Firearms
Archery
Game Species
  • Bear
  • Elk
  • Moose
  • Mule Deer
  • Turkey
Fishing Methods
Fly Fishing
Artificial Lure
Fish Species
  • Trout

Details & Ground Rules

  • Campfires: Not allowed
  • Pets: Allowed on property
  • ATV's: Not allowed
  • Parking: No
  • Vehicles: 0 Allowed
  • Drive-in Access: No
  • Walk-in Access: Yes
  • Sportsmen: 4 Allowed

Landowner Rules: - No camping or overnight use. Camping is available on adjacent USFS lands. - No motorized use. Access by foot or horseback only. - No smoking, fires, fireworks, or explosives. - No target shooting; no exploding targets. - Employ Leave No Trace methods and leave the property in the same or better condition. - Property boundary is partially fenced & posted; use of GPS unit recommended. - Property is occasionally used for college level wilderness survival courses through a separate permit from the landowner. Please do not disturb existing improvements.

Cancellation Policy: A Sportsman on LandTrust has 48 hours from the time the Landowner accepts their booking request to cancel their booking and receive a full refund. After 48 hours from the moment the Landowner accepts a booking, there is no refund available to the Sportsman. View Policy.

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Abe M

Hello, I'm Abe M.

Recreation Program Manager for the Colorado State Land Board. We manage land held in trust for the financial benefit of Colorado K-12 public schools.

Questions about species, lodging or amenities?

Recreation Program Manager for the Colorado State Land Board. We manage land held in trust for the financial benefit of Colorado K-12 public schools.