Bear Trap Ranch is located in Park County and is a pretty good distance to Woodland Park. Probably too far, just like Cripple Creek Mountain Estates, if you want to work in Colorado Springs. People who live in Bear Trap Ranch can also commute to Canon City. Dues are mandatory and payable at $200/year. There is an annual meeting every August. Make sure if you purchase a property in this subdivision that you provide your contact information as they send out newsletters (P. O. Box 543, Divide, CO 80814).
The above website is full of great information. You'll want to visit it if you're considering living in Bear Trap Ranch.
Great view lot with full southern exposure. Lots of scrub oak, junipers, pinon and ponderosa pines. Power is about 100 yards away. Private roads in this area, must belong...
Listing courtesy of 00001768-High Country Realty.
Are you looking for that mountain getaway or the full time mountain experience? Look no further than this 'cared for with love' home and pristine property nestled on pri...
Listing courtesy of Engel & Volkers Colorado Sprgs.
The real estate listing information and related content displayed on this site is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. This information and related content is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the Pikes Peak REALTOR® Services Corp.