County Rd 8, ALMA, CO




About County Rd 8

HISTORIC MINE PROPERTY...PART OF THE PHILLIPS LOAD...THE FIRST MINE LOAD IN ALMA. This absolutely beautiful 7 plus wooded acres in Buckskin Gulch was once an active gold mine. It was first mined by Buckskin Joe himself (Joseph Higginbottom) and his gang of miners. In the day, the Phillips Load produced plenty of ore. You could try your hand at mining too or just make this your family legacy campground (according to County regulations on both). Located alongside Buckskin Gulch allows for year-round access. 4wheel drive is recommended in the winter. Also, a large portion of the property is bordered by Pikes National Forest. Being close to the historic town of Alma provides convenient amenities or take a short drive to Breckenridge for resort fun. Buckskin Gulch Road is also the access to Kite Lake, Mount Lincoln and Mount Democrat. Of mention, the town of Alma has recently been given a $2,000,000 grant for restoration and improvements of Buckskin Gulch. This is a beautiful piece of land and could be part of a wonderful experience for you and yours.

S1048404 is a land property located in Alma Buckskin Creek, Alma, CO. This unimproved land home is located at County Rd 8, 80420. Found in the Park County area, the location is close to a variety of amenities. This property for sale is listed at $154,000.00.

Facts & Features

MLS® # S1048404
Price $154,000
Bathrooms 0.00
Acres 7.54
Type Land
Sub-Type Unimproved Land
Status Active

Community Information

Address County Rd 8
Area Park County
County Park
State CO
Zip Code 80420


Utilities Electricity Available, Phone Available
Features See Remarks
Is Waterfront No
Has Pool No


Fireplace No
Has Basement No


Lot Description See Remarks

Additional Information

Date Listed April 18th, 2024
Short Sale No
RE / Bank Owned No
HOA Fees 0.00
Deed Restricted No

Listing Details

OfficeBristlecone Realty Group
Contact Info(310) 924-2386

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