Elk Camp at Poso Creek is a 160-acre pure in-holding (surrounded on all sides by Rio Grande National Forest) with cabin located about 20-miles west of US Highway 285 in the San Luis Valley. The cabin provides two-bedrooms, one-and one-half bathrooms and a loft sleeping area able to accommodate a combined 10-14 guests. Cabin amenities include: Fully-appointed kitchen, washer/dryer connections, ample storage, propane-fired heaters and large wood burning stove, satellite TV and WiFi access, large picture windows, and expansive decks for outdoor gatherings. In addition to the cabin, there is a storage/utility shed with an overhead door. The shed partially houses the water storage tank and 48-volt DC to 120-volt AC solar system serving the property, leaving storage space for supplies, tools and ATV parking. The water supply is provided by a developed spring that is State permitted. The spring has provided consistent water flows and continually fills (2) underground cisterns that are then pumped to the 500-gallon storage tank in the shed. With over 300 days of sunshine, the solar system provides more than adequate power to the cabin. The property is home to good numbers of Elk, Mule Deer, and even Moose that wander in from the bottoms of Cave Creek. Black Bear and Grouse are also common inhabitants. From the ranch, there are numerous trails allowing one to hike, ATV or four-wheel for miles. Trout fishing is available from nearby Cave and Carnero Creeks. The ranch is perimeter fenced with a good balance of interior roads. This property has endless uses such as an annual big game hunting retreat, gentleman’s cattle and horse ranch, weekend family gathering spot, ATV basecamp for exploring the surrounding wilderness, you decide!