This parcel is a GREAT INVESTMENT PROPERTY!! It has wide open space and room to grow for whatever your desire. Crowley County is on the high plains of eastern Colorado and is comprised of rolling hills and beautiful plains. The landscape is a mixture of farming and ranching, with abundant wildlife, great fishing, beautiful lakes and four of the nicest communities you will find anywhere. Due to the mild climate, easy lifestyle and low cost of living, a number of retirees have recently selected Crowley County as their place of choice. The location is perfect for a vacation and other ranch type activities and recreation--there is a lot of room for various uses of land.
For those who love the sun, water and fun, Crowley County is your kind of place! There are several no-fee lakes providing abundant space for bird watching, boating, water sports, swimming and fishing. Camping at these lakes offers the space necessary for quiet reflection and a hiatus from metropolitan living. Lake Henry is located between Ordway and Sugar City, just two miles north of Highway 96. This large lake is a great place to fish for catfish and bass, and has plenty of room for swimming, power boating, sailing, water-skiing and jet skis. The lake is a favorite among bird watchers, who include this lake in local birding tours.
Just south of Lake Henry lies Lake Meredith. The lake offers great opportunities for power boaters, jet skiers, fishing for bass and catfish, swimming and camping. Lake Meredith features a boat ramp, jet ski ramp, vault toilets and free primitive camping. Crowley County has two stocked reservoirs - Ordway Reservoir and Olney Springs Reservoir - that are sure to please any angler. Both reservoirs are closed to boating and offer great trout fishing in the spring and fall and catfish and bass fishing in the summer. For the hunters, Crowley County is rich in natural resources. The reservoirs and lakes encourage migrations of waterfowl including Canadian Geese, Snow Geese and a wide variety of ducks. Antelope and deer are abundant throughout the county. Small game hunters will find plenty of Quail, Pheasant, Turtle Doves and rabbits in the county.