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Rimrock Ranch
Rimrock Ranch

​​​​​​​​​​​​County: Las Animas, Baca 

GMU: 130, 140, 143, 147

Ranch Contact:Nearest CPW Office:
Mike Pearce
94500 Road 24
Kim, CO 81049
719-643-5220
Lamar Office
1204 East Olive​
Lamar, CO 81052
719-336-6600 (office)
719-336-6623 (fax)

Location: Ranch is located 70 miles south of La Junta on Hwy 109. Go to Kim, then go approximately 7 miles south.

Acres: 83,850

CPW Maps:

Area Maps: USGS Quads: 

  • ​Kim South, Pintada Creek, Dennis Canyon, Furnish Canyon West

Species Available: Deer, Pronghorn

Elevation: 4,500 to 6,000 ft.

Terrain: Country is comprised of mesas and canyons. Pinyon juniper/cedars cover some of the mesas and canyon sides. Canyons can be very rough and steep.

Access: Ranch roads and county roads provide access to most mesas and some canyons. ATVs are not allowed on the ranch.

Camping: Not allowed on ranch

Game Retrieval Services: Hunter responsibility

Guiding Services: Not provided

Overnight Accommodations: Camping is available in Kim and on the Comanche National Grasslands. The nearest motels are located in La Junta, Springfield or Trinidad. These towns are 60-70 miles away from the ranch.

Season Dates: Check the Ranching for Wildlife​ main page.

There are no antler-point restrictions for any of the ranches. No over-the-counter licenses are offered on these properties. Ranching for Wildlife licenses are open to Colorado residents only. Licenses are only for the season and ranch on the license. For more information on season dates and application deadlines, see the Big Game Hunting Brochure

Ranch Rules: View the 2014 Rimrock Wildlife Ranch Rules​.

Additional Information: Hunters should be aware that the density of deer on the eastern plains is much lower than they might find in mountainous areas of Colorado. However, herd composition is of very good quality with a greater proportion of deer herds made up of mature bucks. Hunters should expect that locating a good quality buck may entail hunting over large geographic areas in rugged canyon country. Likewise, doe hunting, while less rigorous will still require good effort. Due to the lower densities of deer, license numbers are conservative even on very large ranches.