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Chimapavi Trail, Lake George, CO 80449

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Property Information

Parcel Size

5.08 Acres

State

Colorado

County

Park, CO

Nearest Cities

Lake George

Parcel #

8650

Legal Description

Lot 2985 of Unit 57 of ESTATES OF COLORADO as shown on the Plat of said Subdivsion recorded September 14, 1970 at Reception No. 182387, in Park Colorado

Features

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Acres

5.08

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County

Park, CO

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Access

Dirt Road

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Coordinates

38.852697, -105.763115

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Zoning

Vacant Lot – Residential

Area Information

About Park County, Colorado

Eleven Mile Reservoir in Park County Photo: Sorilea

Park county is considered “the heart of Colorado” as the geographical center of the state lies within the 900 square mile South Park region. With over 300 days of sunshine each year, low humidity, and less than 20,000 residents spread out across nearly 2,200 square miles (over HALF of which is PUBLIC LAND!), you will have plenty of room to escape and take in the great outdoors!

This area is a fishing paradise (trout, pike, salmon…) with four reservoirs fairly close by (Eleven Mile, Spinney, Antero, & Tarryall) as well as the rivers and streams that connect them, including gold medal trout fishing waters!

Hunting – With hundreds of thousands of acres of hunting land available between Pike and San Isabel National Forests and numerous state wildlife areas nearby, you’ll have an opportunity to hunt elk, deer, pronghorn, waterfowl, various small game and even potentially black bear. Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) does a great job of providing information on all of these areas, including detailed online hunting maps.

Trails – There are hundreds of trails in the area to take in all of the beautiful scenery. Whether by foot, by bike, or by horse, you’re sure to find plenty of amazing sights. Would you rather have an engine do the work for you? Try the Wheeler Lake trail if you’re up for a challenge (7 miles long) or if you want something a little bit easier, try the Breakneck Pass trail (10 miles long). Not afraid of extreme adventure and getting a little wet? Then head over to the white water capital of Colorado at Buena Vista. If it’s winter, you can’t beat the skiing available nearby in Breckenridge to the north (Breck Ski Resort) or at Monarch Mountain to the west.

Camping and Building

  • CAMPING & RVs: 
    • Both RV and Tent short-term camping allowed for up to fourteen (14) days a year without a permit. Property owners may be granted a permit to camp for up to thirty (30) consecutive days a year, with one (1) 30-day renewal a year with additional conditions. Tents are OK!
  • Building-Residential
    • 400 square feet minimum. Conventionally constructed homes, as well as Modular Homes, are permitted, Mobile Homes are not.
  • Mobile Homes: 
    • Mobile homes are not allowed. Park County does not allow mobile homes to be used as a primary residence or accessory building in any zone district except for the mobile home park zone districts. Manufactured homes that meet 2012 IRC requirements are allowed.

FAQ about Park County, Colorado

What are the restrictions?

  • HOA/POA FEES
    • None
  • ACCESS
    • This land has legal access and physical access via county-maintained roads. Road access to some areas may be affected by inclement weather such as snow. Access to some rural properties or areas affected by inclement weather may require a vehicle with adequate road capabilities. Counties will typically give preferential maintenance to frequently traveled roads and roads with developed residences in place.  
  • CAMPING & RVs: 
    • Both RV and Tent short-term camping allowed for up to fourteen (14) days a year without a permit. Property owners may be granted a permit to camp for up to thirty (30) consecutive days a year, with one (1) 30-day renewal a year with additional conditions. Tents are OK!
    • Camping rules have changed since 2016, see the official camping guide here – click here
  • Building-Residential
    • This land is zoned for residential construction. There is no requirement that building must commence, however, once building does commence it must be completed within a reasonable timeframe, and must comply with local building codes and restrictions.
    • 400 square feet minimum. Conventionally constructed homes as well as Modular Homes are permitted, Mobile Homes are not.
  • Mobile Homes: 
    • Mobile homes are not allowed. Park County does not allow mobile homes to be used as a primary residence or accessory building in any zone district except for the mobile home park zone districts. Manufactured homes that meet 2012 IRC requirements are allowed.

What are the utilities?

Our selective properties are close to homes or power lines. Most of the property owners in this area choose the following utility options:

  • UTILITIES: Solar or generator best options for electricity. Gas by a propane tank. Phone by cellular.
  • SEWER: Would need a septic system if building.

Closest Towns and attractions?

  • Hartsel: approximately 14 miles
  • Colorado Springs: approximately 53 miles
  • Denver: approximately 117 miles
  • Woodland Park (Walmart & Hospital): approximately 34 miles
  • Hunting/Hiking/Horseback Riding (Pike Forest): approximately 3 miles
  • World Class Fishing (Spinney Reservoir): approximately 9 miles
  • White Water Rafting (Buena Vista): approximately 39 miles
  • ATV/Off Roading (Fairplay): approximately 32 miles
  • Skiing (Breckenridge): approximately 55 miles

Are livestocks allowed?

Most of our properties are zoned residential and are not intended for agricultural use

Can I access the property year-round?

Most of our properties in Park County can be accessed via County Maintained dirt roads. We recommend buyers to visit properties by AWD/4WD vehicles, and off-road vehicles are optimal.

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