West Creek Ranch is conveniently accessed by nearby Grand Junction Regional Airport and a quick helicopter trip or scenic 55-minute drive through majestic Unaweep Canyon. The ranch headquarters parcel also has a 2,800-foot irrigated grass airstrip for use by small private aircraft.
This listing also includes the Sky Adventures office building and airplane hangar located at Grand Junction Regional Airport, for buyers who may wish to have commercial rental property, a base of operations and the ability to hangar their private jet conveniently near WestStar Aviation’s facility at Grand Junction airport. The building and hangar are used currently as a base for owner and VIP guest transport to West Creek Ranch and Gateway Canyons Resort & Spa (by helicopter, luxury vehicle or Sprinter van).
The Sky Adventures building has 11 offices that may be rented to third parties or recaptured for use by the owner upon expiration of the current leases. The third floor of the building is 5,106 square feet of high-potential unfinished space. Sky Adventure’s ground lease with Grand Junction Regional Airport expires February 28, 2021, with one option to extend for a ten-year period through February 28, 2031, and the ability to enter into a new ground lease with four additional five-year extension options to lease the ground through February 28, 2051. The hangar is large enough to accommodate a small private jet. The Sky Adventures building is conveniently accessed at the airport without control gating.
West Creek Ranch offers a complete range of outdoor adventure and sporting activities. The wilderness areas, canyon land and mesa tops offer the perfect backdrop for nature walks and hikes, horseback riding, ATV off-road adventures, fishing, hunting, sport shooting, archery, and mountain biking.
Equestrian Facilities and Livestock
Equestrian stables, complete with an office and shower facilities, are included as a part of the property. Additionally, the ranch is home to irrigated and wood-post fenced pastures currently containing five American bison, four American quarter horses, one Belgian draft horse and three miniature horses.
There is a stunning, two-level circular stone library complete with a domed roof.
A roughly 400-square-foot observatory with a quality 20″ Meade Telescope and a 12-foot-wide rotating copper dome opens up for gazing at the planets and stars.