280 Acres, 3 cabins and senior water rights adjoining USFS and BLM lands. This extraordinary property, located in the heart of Game Management Unit 67, qualifies the owner to apply for Colorado Parks and Wildlife's Landowner Preference Program. The 280 +/- acre parcel sits in Rock Creek Park on the southwest flank of Sawtooth Mountain, prime for elk and other big game hunting and viewing. The property has three cabins, the historic Rock Creek Cow Camp line shack, a bunk house that was moved to the property from the Howard ranch near Powderhon and a newer cabin built with timber cut and cured on site in 2000. The old cabin, a part of the historic Rock Creek Cow Camp is set up with a good gas cook stove and heater. Plenty of room remains for a table and bunk beds. The old bunk house still serves the same function as it has in the past. The main cabin and bunk house are situated high on the southeastern end of the property with majestic views of Stewart Peak, San Luis Peak and the La Garita Wilderness Area from the large south facing windows or the deck and adjacent fire-pit. The cabin relies on a large wood burning stove for heat but the kitchen is outfitted with a propane stove and oven. A generator supplies power for the cabin. The 13x24 loft is currently used as a bunk room. The cabin sports two decks, one on the sunny south side and the other covers the entry door and wood storage. The cabin, bunk house and storage shed are enclosed by a sturdy log fence. Two senior ditch rights secure irrigation water for the property. Rock Creek runs through the parcel.